CAREER PILOT TRAINING
YOU CAN BE AN AIRLINE PILOT
There are many career paths for a commercial pilot. The highest demand for pilots is with the airlines. Airlines face one of the most severe pilot shortages ever. In fact, thousands of civilian pilots are needed in the next few years to meet the airlines’ demands for pilots. The industry to looking for people like you that can become successful career pilots.
You don’t need to graduate from a university aviation program to be an airline pilot. In today’s job market, men and women from all educational and professional backgrounds are discovering the fulfillment of doing something they’ve always wanted to do: FLY.
GET THE COMPETITIVE EDGE
The Genesis program starts you from the very first flight using the advanced equipment found on today’s airlines. The consistency of the G1000 flight deck from single engine to multi-engine and simulator allow you to graduate with expert-level proficiency using advanced flight managements systems.
Management and staff include Seneca graduates, Brampton graduates, Diamond Flight Centre graduates, military fighter pilots, and many other backgrounds. We have methodically compiled the best material from our collective experience to develop a detailed syllabus for each module.
OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU
Genesis is a relatively small private college and the environment is highly collaborative and social. You will get to know many of your fellow students and enjoy an open-door policy with the entire staff. We measure our success by your personal success, and we take that seriously. We value dedication and commitment from our students, and nurture a culture of exploring the business of aviation beyond the textbooks. This commitment to providing a broader experience gives our graduates a further competitive edge when they enter the workforce.
WHAT IS A GLASS COCKPIT?
With rectangular computer displays replacing the familiar round flight instruments, and data presentation that differs considerably from the analog format, it’s no surprise that new airline crews feel lost, even uncomfortable, flying glass. This issue has been identified as a major weakness in the current flight training industry.
WHAT’S NEW ABOUT GLASS?
Other than the information they portray, pretty much everything is new: how they work, what drives them, how they share software and display failure modes, and, most significantly, how they actually look.
WHY IS GENESIS BETTER?
Genesis has completely embraced glass training. 100% of our fleet is glass, incorporating one of the most advanced electronic flight information systems (EFIS) available. Students get exposure to these systems starting on the first flight, and learn deeper functions in each training module.