High-Performance Aircraft (HPA)
Purchase this product for 1-month access.
High-Performance Aircraft (HPA) course for Single Pilot (SP) aircraft aims to provide pilots (PPL(A) or CPL(A) holders without ATPL exam passes) with sufficient knowledge to enter a class or type rating course for aircraft defined as High Performance. This includes various aspects of the operation of aircraft capable of operating at high speeds and altitudes, and the aircraft systems necessary for such operation.
You will be emailed account details to access the CBT software within 24 hours of placing the order.
This course covers the HPA theoretical knowledge requirements. Topics are presented in a user-friendly way, with clear and engaging graphics and animations, steady pacing of the content and precise theoretical background. The course also contains a question bank, which can be used for knowledge assessments or self-study purposes.
Benefits of using High-Performance Aircraft online course:
- Next Generation E-Learning experience improves learning progress, student satisfaction rate & training results
- LMS gamification techniques raise students’ motivation, engagement & performance
- Advanced LMS covers all training needs and e-learning courses possessed
- Certified CBT built by pilot experts and designed for easy implementation
- Customization supporting Training Organization’s needs
- Attractive business model for Students & Training Organizations
Features of HPA Training Software:
- 100% compliant with EASA regulatory
- Dark theme preventing eye tiring & allowing longer study
- Intuitive LMS platform for all users
- Working on Tablet, Mobile, and Desktop
- Online & Offline Mobile access
- Gamification techniques
- Communication tool for student & instructor
- Responsive design (Desktop, Tablet)
- Full HD graphics and animations
- Newest technology HTML5
- SCORM standard
Subjects of HPA online training course:
- VFR Operations
- IFR Operations
Regulatory Compliance and References
This CBT complies with Commission Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 and Commission Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 (Part-FCL), with latest amendments.