ATPL(A) to ATPL(H) conversion


This course is designed for UK CAA or EASA ATPL(A) holders who wish to apply for an EASA ATPL(H).  To be eligible to apply for the licence after completion of this course, your UK CAA or EASA ATPL(A) must be current.  If you meet the eligibility requirements, you’ll need to sit 5 helicopter-specific examinations: 021 Aircraft General Knowledge; 022 Instrumentation; 034 Performance; 070 Operational Procedures; and 080 Principles of Flight.

The course includes ATPdigital CBT software, available on Mac, iPad or PC. You can find the software requirements here. 12 months subscription to our question bank – BGSonline (please note your subscription starts from the date of course enrolment), 16 hours of online ground school and the EASA Helicopter Examination Manual (CAP758).

Printed training materials

We can supply you with a set of printed training manuals in ring binders as an optional extra. The content of the manuals is broken down by subject and chapter, with thousands of diagrams supplementing the text, and highlighted call-outs emphasising important facts. If you would like to combine your online learning with manuals you can purchase them at this link here


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  • A-H or H-A Conversion Manuals (purchased with a course)


    A discounted set of printed manuals for the subjects in the ATPL(H) to ATPL(H)/IR, ATPL(H) to ATPL(A) or CPL(A) to CPL(H) conversion courses. The manuals come on high quality paper in full colour, with Bristol Groundschool ring binders. If you are not purchasing these manuals at the same time as a course, please purchase from here instead.

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