Accreditation

The goal of accreditation is to ensure that education provided by institutions of higher education meets acceptable levels of quality.  Accreditation is a voluntary process that identifies and acknowledges educational programs and/or institutions for achieving and maintaining a level of quality, performance and integrity that meets meaningful standards. A school that decides to become accredited completes a comprehensive, in-depth study of the quality of its education, administrative practices, curriculum, student affairs, faculty competence and relationships with employers. Only after an on-site visit and a commission review to verify that the school meets the standards may the program and/or institution be accredited.

Graduation and Employment rates are reported annually to ACCSC.  The most recent percentages by program are listed below.

Professional Pilot Program – percentages based on report date July 2016; reporting period of June 2013 through May 2014
Population base: 56 Students
Graduates with 150% Program Length: 49%
Graduates Employed in the Field: 70%

China Pilot Training Program – percentages based on report date July 2016; reporting period of October 2013 through September 2014
Population base: 101 Students
Graduates with 150% Program Length: 78%
Graduates Employed in the Field: 100%

Taiwan Pilot Training Program – percentages based on report date July 2016; reporting period of January 2014 through December 2014
Population base: 101 Students
Graduates with 150% Program Length: 78%
Graduates Employed in the Field: 100%

Aerosim Flight Academy is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC).  Contact info: 2101 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 302, Arlington, Virginia 22201; www.accsc.org

 Aerosim Flight Academy is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration to operate as a Part 141 Pilot School.