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Old 03-12-2006, 05:40 AM   #21  
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You can do what is called the 10 month self paced program for $44,995. That is what all of my career students are. One of my students is 19 and goes to college full time. You make your own schedule with your instructor. The program was designed around people like yourself and others who want to continue to work or go to college as they attend flight school. I already had my degree and quit my job to pursue this one so I attended the 90 day program. Both programs have the same end result. The only prerequisite is that you have your Private SE and 85 total hours and 25 PIC cross country. If you don't have your Pvt, you can do their program in Jacksonville or Dallas and that takes 60 days, provides housing, and costs $8995.00, or you can do what is called the nationwide private. It takes 4 months, and was designed so you can continue to work or attend school. One of my other students did that. You have 55 hours to get your pvt, then the rest is all XC time in one of ATP's cessnas at one of their locations. The pvt program is only offered for people who are going to attend a 90 day or 10 month program. Once you are completed with your program, you will walk out with about 150 hours multi time, both ME CFIs, SE CFII, complex rating, high performance rating, and high altitude rating. You get 3 hours in one of ATP's Citations. You really can't beat the programs they offer, and after it is all over, you can turn your resume in and get an instructing job with them. ATP also helps out in getting you approved for a loan, or you can pay out of pocket.
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Thanks. That does sound really good, I am going to definitly look into that now.
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If you have any other questions just post them. You can also call
1-800-ALL-ATPS and ask those guys.
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