Ground School Subject & Link Reference

Principles of Flight, Aircraft General Knowledge (Power plant, Electronics and Airframe & Systems), Communication. Link: HMA | Ground School Training-Phase 1 Review, Tips + Notes 2. Mass & Balance, Performance, Human Performance & Limitations, Instrumentation, Meteorology. Link:HMA | Ground School Training -Phase 2 Review, Tips + Notes Air Law (CAAM), Operation, Flight Planning, General Navigation, Radio Navigation. Link: HMA | Ground School Training – Phase 3 Review, Tips + Notes

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HMA | Ground School Training – Phase 3 Review, Tips + Notes

So to give you a little background On ground school & if you have not read any of my previous post about phase 1 & 2 here you go: HMA | Ground School Training-Phase 1 Review | Tips + Notes HMA | Ground School Training -Phase 2 Review | Tips + Notes In HMA the ground school training is divided into 3 phases: phase 1, 2, 3. After going thru this challenging ground school we have finally come to an end. PHASE 3 consists of 5 Subjects: General Navigation Flight Planning & Monitoring Radio Navigation Operation Procedures Air law 1

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HMA | Ground School Training -Phase 2 Review, Tips + Notes

After my previous post reviewing 4 other core subjects in phase 1. Now it’s time for phase 2. A dream doesn’t become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination and hard work Exactly after 12 weeks of sitting in a classroom for 8 hours a day we have finally reached the end of phase 2. EASA Final License examination ended on the 27 December. After passing all the paper in one go its a huge relieve for me that I don’t have to look back at this subjects anymore. Phase 2 Subjects are: Meteorology Instruments Performance Human Performance & Limitations Mass

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HMA | Ground School Training-Phase 1 Review, Tips + Notes

Ground School is not as easy as you think. The subjects are pretty hard and your course period is short which adds up to more stress. To give you some insight; a little explanation on how the theory is structured at HM Aerospace, Langkawi. It takes 9 to 10 and is divided into 3 phases. Phase 1: Principles of Flight, Aircraft General Knowledge (Power plant, Electronics and Airframe & Systems), Communication. Phase 2: Mass & Balance, Performance, Human Performance & Limitations, Instrumentation, Meteorology. Phase 3: Air Law (CAAM), Operation, Flight Planning, General Navigation, Radio Navigation. For Phase 1, we sit

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