8.1 Successful completion of your training requires certain skills, competencies, motivation, attendance and ability on your part to take, assimilate and host courses. This cannot be assessed in advance. You benefit greatly if you commit to participating in all training days, as shown below, and by studying as often as possible with your classmates to share similar knowledge. Accordingly, you acknowledge and agree that Cat3C makes no assurance, promise, warranty or guarantee as to your ability to complete the course or any part thereof, in whole or within a specified period of time; or to pass a theoretical knowledge test. 7.13 Cat3C assumes no responsibility for any additional accommodation, travel or other costs that cannot be reimbursed by the student. No refunds are made for training and training costs other than those charged by Cat3C. 12.2 Cat3C is not authorised to offer students staying in the UK on a study or tourist visa any training which is not authorised by applicable law, which may change from time to time and which is reviewed at the time of submission of the application to participate in a course. 6.2 Before taking the EASA FCL tests, all cat3C students must follow all administrative training procedures, in accordance with cat3C ASCOT Manual Part 7 – Training Management. Pilot supply and demand as well as longevity are other factors to consider when establishing training contracts, Gibson added. Today`s growing shortage of pilots creates more career opportunities.
Corporate pilots are sometimes invited by their employers to sign pilot training contracts. But is signing an idea a good idea, something business pilots should do? Try to understand your employer`s motivations and perspective. But remember that a training contract can have serious consequences for you as a pilot. Either don`t sign or make sure your lawyer can add a few criteria that will get you out. 10.4 You agree not to post Cat3C material or any other training material provided by Cat3C on social media or other internet platforms. This would be considered a copyright infringement. 5.2 The law requires that all flight crew members of an aircraft participating in international operations be able to communicate effectively in English. .