Give yourself a distinctive edge and ensure you’re brilliantly prepared for airline selection processes. Our Airline Assessment Preparation sessions are designed to maximise your employment prospects and prepare you for every element of any airline recruitment process.
Our one-day sessions can significantly improve your chances of success when seeking your first position with an airline. With Skyborne, your time with us can be tailored to suit your specific requirements and working from your prospective employer’s simulator briefing pack where possible.
Our highly-qualified instructors have flown with the world’s leading airlines and are passionate about pilot training. With our knowledge of pilot selection, we can provide guidance on how to best prepare for your airline assessment and perform to the standard airlines expect from a newly qualified airline pilot.
Our role is to identify talent and test capability. Our leadership team has a wealth of experience in selecting air crew using competency-based assessment tools. We screen for aptitude, attitude, motivation and resilience.
Combining proven and progressive methods to assess technical ability and non-technical skills creates some of the most accurate and stringent testing in the industry; essential when evaluating suitability for future careers.
Our sessions are competitively priced and include a two-hour assessment preparation workshop, a one-hour brief and post simulator debrief.
You must be 18 years of age at time of course commencement.
Have completed the Theoretical Knowledge exams for the CPL(A) or ATPL(A). Be the holder of a PPL(A), CPL(A) or ATPL(A), including the privileges to fly at night (applicants that do not hold a CPL must hold a Course Completion Certificate for the Basic Instrument Flight Module).
Be fluent in English and non-native English speakers must achieve a minimum of ICAO Level 4 or IELTS 5.5 (academic)
You must hold a current UK CAA Class 1 or 2 Medical Certificate.
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