Canadian Aviation College was designed to fulfill a market shortage of pilots and a growing need for professionals in the aviation industry.
Canadian Aviation College offers diploma and modular aviation programs for all students.
Select the desired program in our drop down menu.
English Proficiency for international students
The International Civil Aviation Organization's Aviation Language Proficiency Standard ensures that pilots and air traffic controllers are competent to perform aviation radio communications in English.
Transport Canada’s Aviation Language Proficiency Demonstration (ALPD) checks aviation language ability in English and/or French. Demonstration and licensing requirements are based on:
the Canadian Aviation Regulations, including:
To learn about the latest standards, read the Advisory Circular – The Conduct of Aviation Language Proficiency Demonstrations.
Please click on this link to read more about it:
Medical Examination for International Students:
Transport Canada requires all aviation personnel, including student pilots, to hold a valid medical certificate issued by an approved Transport Canada medical examiner.
Here you can find a list of all certified medical examiners that can perform the exam:
If there is not an approved doctor near your location, the exam can be done upon arrival in Canada.
To determine whether, or not, you will qualify for the appropriate medical certification, you should consult your physician prior to your journey to Canada.
Here is an examination report upon which your physician may base his/her examination:
Additionally, your doctor can access the Transport Canada Civil Aviation Medicine - FAQs to learn more about how our examiners assess specific medical conditions.