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Randy Pham

on 16 January 2013

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Images from Shutterstock.com Helicopter Pilot Main Duties Did you know? over 3 million lives have been saved by helicopter pilots since the first rescue in 1999 $20, 000 - $100, 000 Wages Nature of Work communication skills - can be involved in a search and rescue operations, traffic responding, heli-skiiing, expeditions, air ambulance, aerial photography and tourists trips - will always find the safest flight yet the fastest by monitoring the weather, choosing route, altitude, and speed - depending on the job, pilots ensure that the cargo is loaded properly but also, passengers are seated safely and know safety and emergency instructions - always recording flights after landing safely good visions without any contacts or glasses hand-eye coordination physically and mentally healthy can work well alone flexible quick decision maker often away from home willing to take different jobs or shifts Focus Area Construction Service Career Choice 1. Fire Sprinkler System Installer 2. Carpenter 1. Helicopter Pilot 2. Cashier My Career Culminating the fastest helicopter is the West Land Lynx which reaches speeds up to 402 km/h the blades need to be perfectly symmetrical and weighed exactly the same to achieve a flight the largest helicopter is the Russian Mil mi-12 Homer - it can lift 40, 204 kg and up to heights of 2, 255 m average: $50, 000 THE MORE NUMBER OF FLYING HOURS, YOU WILL HAVE MORE EXPERIENCE OF FLYING A HELICOPTER Level 1: Entry Level Helicopter - $20, 000 - $50, 000 Education and Training Requirements Level 2: Chief Helicopter Pilot - $40, 000 - $75, 000 Level 3: Senior Helicopter Pilot/ Company Owner - $60, 000 - $100, 000 must have a commercial helicopter pilots training license issued by Transport Canada must complete helicopter training course The course leading to a commercial helicopter pilot license is approximately 3 to 6 months in length ground school includes aviation regulations, aerodynamics, navigation, and pilot decision making need to complete ground school instruction, 100 hours of flight time, and pass a written exam and flight test pilots who want to fly over night need additional training using flight instruments rules but also, for flight instructors must be at least 18 years of age in order to earn a commercial helicopter license who are able to read and write an English exam and pass a medical exam a high school diploma is recommended even though it is not required for a pilots license Working Conditions helicopters pilots don't have a schedule and have irregular pilot hours being a helicopter pilot can be mentally stressful work on tight schedule constantly alert and always on their feet may work alone or with others depending on the job, you may unload or load cargo's Employment Prospects Helicopter pilots work for the armed forces, flying schools, airlines, airfreight companies, charter services, hospitals, TV stations, the government, and public and private aircraft operators can work in hangars, offices, and helicopters but for military pilots, they may work in aboard aircraft carriers or bases of military around the world flights may be made during the day or at night and in all types of weather conditions and may fly over land for things like hydro line construction, or over water for offshore oil rig support School: Conestoga College Location: Doon, Kitchener Name of Program: Post Secondary Institution/ training location: Aviation - General Arts and Science Required Courses: Grade 12 College or University Mathematics (MCT4C, MHF4U, MCV4U) Grade 12 College or University English Brief Description: English and/or Math skills may be tested Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) 19 years of age or older with mature student status Why I want to learn/train here: not so far away from family Post Secondary Institution/ training location: School: Sault College Location: Sault Ste Marie Name of program: Aviation Technology - Flight post-secondary courses used in the calculation of academic strength will receive a bonus of ten 10 marks minimum academics requirements is 65% Required Average: close to home Required Courses: Grade 12 College English (ENG4C) Grade 12 College or University Mathematics (MCT4C MHF4U or MCV4U) Brief Description: exhilarating career prepares students for flying careers in the field of aviation graduates of the program who meet qualification criteria by Canada Transportation will successfully complete all requirements of the license which is Integrated Commercial Pilot License the license meets all requirements to become a Commercial Pilot Why I want to learn/train here: its offers the course considered one of the BEST FLIGHT SCHOOLS in Canada Education Path 1. Grade 11: Math 2. Grade 11: Physics 3. Grade 11: Phys. Ed 4. Grade 12: English 5. Grade 12: Algebra & Geometry Work Experience/Volunteer Experiences/External Courses 1. Transportation - to learn the functions of every vehicle 2. Exploring Technologies - building with sheet metals 3. Guelph Airport - working around the area to understand how airplanes and staff work Networking 1. Mr. Imre - Teacher - courses recommended 2. Hong Do + George Pham - Parents - support, pay
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