Below you will find some of the more common questions (and answers) received by Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre.
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PCC stands for Private Career College and WWFC is registered as a PCC under the Private Career College Act of 2005.
When you begin training as a student of Conestoga College or the University of Waterloo you fall under PCC. As well as when you start working on your CPL you become PCC. All PCC students need to meet with our Program Coordinator and sign a PCC contract before they begin their training.
If you drop out of our college or university program, you can continue flight training as ‘self paced.’ If you get deferred, we will work with you to find a suitable solution for your flight training, or help get you back in the program the following year.
Flight training is calculated by hours, so the time-frame for each licence is determined by how many hours required for that specific licence. Depending on your schedule and how often you can fly will greatly impact the amount of time it takes to complete your CPL.
The possibilities are vast. Pilots find work as flight instructors, float-plane pilots, corporate pilots, airline pilots. For a look at how a pilot’s path unfolds, please visit our Aviation Career Path page.