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LAPL (A) Syllabus & Course Guide
LAPL (A) Syllabus & Course Guide
LAPL (A) Syllabus & Course Guide
LAPL (A) Syllabus & Course Guide

LAPL (A) Syllabus & Course Guide

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The LAPL (A) Syllabus & Course Guide from AFE is the only publication to consolidate the various syllabus requirements and guidance for the LAPL (Aeroplanes) into one document which can be used in everyday training by both the student pilot and the Training Organisation.

Designed to assist the pilot through LAPL training, and assist the Training Organisation in meeting syllabus requirements, the LAPL (A) Syllabus & Course Guide includes:

  • Basic information about pre-entry requirements, the LAPL course and the LAPL itself.
  • Detailed guidance for both Flight Exercises and Theoretical Knowledge (TK) subjects.
  • Full integration of the flight and theory elements of the LAPL course.
  • Completion standards for each exercise and stage of the course.
  • A full record keeping system for Flight Exercises to ensure all training elements are completed.
  • A full record keeping system for Theoretical Knowledge (TK) training to ensure all TK elements are completed in accordance with EASA requirements.
  • Additional appendices cover Threat & Error Management (TEM), Language Proficiency requirements, etc.

The LAPL (A) Syllabus & Course Guide is written by Jeremy M Pratt, author of several series of aviation training manuals, in-print since 1992 with over 150,000 copies sold worldwide. The LAPL (A) Syllabus & Course Guide incorporates the latest changes and revisions to the official LAPL Syllabus, in which the author was closely involved.

The new LAPL (A) syllabus addresses industry and safety organisation concerns about the relevance and complexity of the original regulatory document. In the new LAPL syllabus, more emphasis is placed upon:

  • Preventing loss of control in flight (LOCI);
  • Development of Threat and Error Management skills;
  • Use of modern equipment (eg FADEC, GNSS, EFIS);
  • Development of core navigation skills, preventing airspace infringements, ATC liaison.

The Theoretical Knowledge syllabus in particular has been completely re-written and re-focused to remove irrelevant, inappropriate and unnecessary material and instead concentrate on practical knowledge required in the modern flying environment.

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