Student Code of Conduct
Students are required to make safety their #1 priority by:
- Continually seeking excellence in airmanship
- Developing and exercising good judgement and learning to recognize and manage risks effectively.
- Acting with responsibility and courtesy.
- Making personal wellness a pre-requisite to flying.
- Adhering to all NNA rules and regulations at all times, as well as CARS and other applicable Federal and Provincial laws.
- Approach flying with a high level of diligence, recognizing that your life and the life of others depends on you.
- Report any defects or incidents immediately – if you see something, say something.
Respect and Aviation Citizenship
At all times, student’s are expected to:
- Seek to maintain, directly or indirectly, the security of all information, persons, and equipment associated with their aviation activities.
- Conduct themselves with honesty and integrity.
- Treat other students, flight instructors, staff, and anyone around you with dignity and respect at all times during ALL aviation activities – even if there is a disagreement.
- Treat all equipment with care respect at all times.
Self-responsibility needs to be paramount in the aviation learning environment. Students demonstrate this by:
- Coming to lessons ready to learn, on time, and prepared.
- Developing good preparation and study routines for their flights.
- Managing their own flight schedule in a way that is fair and courteous of others.
- Acting as their own point of contact for flight training if 17 years old or older (legal age to obtain a PPL).
- Ensuring that they communicate effectively and respectfully with flight instructors and all staff.
- Keeping on top of their account, base/airport updates, NOTAMS, expirations, or other issues that may impede or delay their training.
- Developing and adhering to their own set of personal wellness minimums for flying.