Becker Helicopters offer accredited, internationally recognised, and fully customisable flight training solutions, including Aviation English, Theory, Simulation, Basic Flight training, Advanced Flight training, Tactical, Night Vision Goggles, Multi-Engine and Instructor training.
The school is currently delivering in excess of 10,000 flight training hours per year, including more than 2,000 Night Vision Goggles flight training hours per year.

Sample Syllabus

A sample syllabus is shown below:

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Sample Pricing – IERW Only

Sample Pricing – IERW and
English Language

  • Theory


    Becker Helicopters provides a range of theory courses, all developed specifically for use by Becker elicopters, including:

    • Aerodynamics
    • Aircraft General Knowledge
    • Meteorology
    • Air Law and Flight Rules
    • Performance, Operations and Loading
    • Navigation
    • Aeromedical
    • Night Visual Flight Rules (NVFR) Theory
    • Instrument (IFR) Theory
    • Night Vision Goggles (NVG) Theory
    • Basic Gas Turbines Theory
    • Type Specific Conversion Theory
    • Instructor Theory

    The instructors who teach our theory are qualified pilots.  We use dedicated ground theory instructors for core theory subjects.  For more advanced theory subjects, the flight instructors will also conduct the theory training.

  • English Language

    English Language

    ICAO and CASA require student pilots to meet an English Language Proficiency standard.  Becker Helicopters partners with TAFE South Australia, an ELICOS approved college, to provide a general English language program.  The student completes the English language program when they successfully pass a CASA General English Language Proficiency (GELP) Assessment.

  • Aviation English

    Aviation English

    Becker Helicopters has developed an Aviation English course designed to transition students between English language and flight training.  It focuses on aviation specific vocabulary, radio communications and standards. It also incorporates a theory preparation phase, where the student becomes familiar with the theory materials, classroom protocols and assessment tools prior to commencing flight operations.