Requirements

GLIDER PILOT SCHOLARSHIP

Cadets who successfully complete the national course application process, meet the prerequisites, and get selected for the scholarship will then be put onto a 6-week summer course held near CFB Trenton or in another province.On the course, cadets will undergo an intensive flight and ground school program in order to safely operate the SGS 2-33 glider. Cadets must successfully complete a written and flight test.

By the end of the course, successful students will receive a Transport Canada Glider Pilot Licence and the Air Cadet Glider Pilot wings.

Prerequisites:
  • Must be completed Level 3 by June
  • Must complete the 142 Mimico Squadron Flying Scholarship Ground School
  • Must be selected by the Squadron to apply for the scholarship
  • Must not have any Transport Canada pilot licence
  • Must be at least 16 years old by 1 Sep of the course year
  • Must be able to get a Transport Canada Category 3 Medical Certificate
  • Must get at least 50% on the qualifying exam
  • Must complete the National Course Interview Board
  • Height Limits: 155 cm min, 190 cm max
  • Weight Limits: 40 kg min, 90 kg max

POWER PILOT SCHOLARSHIP

Cadets who successfully complete the national course application process, meet the prerequisites, and get selected for the scholarship will then be put onto a 7-week summer course held at various flight training centres around Ontario.On the course, cadets will undergo an intensive flight and ground school program in order to safely operate a single-engine airplane. Cadets must successfully complete a written and flight test.

By the end of the course, successful students will receive a Transport Canada Private Pilot Licence and the Air Cadet Power Pilot wings.

Prerequisites:
  • Must be completed Level 4 by June
  • Must complete the 142 Mimico Squadron Flying Scholarship Ground School
  • Must be selected by the Squadron to apply for the scholarship
  • Must be at least 17 years old by 1 Sep of the course year
  • Must be able to get a Transport Canada Category 3 Medical Certificate
  • Must get at least 50% on the qualifying exam
  • Must complete the National Course Interview Board
  • Weight Limit: 110 kg max

Category III Medical

All Flying Scholarship Summer Training Applicants:

Everyone is required to pass a Category III Aviation medical before the end of March to complete your summer training application.

For cadets that already hold one, it remains valid for 5 years after completion so you should not need to get another.

The following is a link to locate the closest CAME (Civil Aviation Medical Examiner) to you:

http://wwwapps.tc.gc.ca/saf-sec-sur/2/came-meac/s.aspx?lang=eng&l=124