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CPL (H) Course Theory Books

Unread post by newbie » Wed May 30, 2018 12:35 pm

Hi
I have very recently decided to take the plunge and to start my CPL-H, my question is the following:

The Avex Notes are very "limited" in their explanations and in the Avex Notes they assume that you have most of the background on the subject. While I was doing my PPL for fixed wing I found the Pooleys range of books to be extremely helpful and I want to know if there are similar books/study materials that I could use in conjunction with the Avex notes for my CPL-H?
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Re: CPL (H) Course Theory Books

Unread post by cage » Wed May 30, 2018 1:04 pm

There isn't a single reference set.
It is based on jepp JAA ATP books and some others.
General radio you can use the radio handbook or the talking radio guide.
It really is a mix.
Law is a pain for all these reasons.
Expect lots of fixed wing procedures.
No helo mock exams use aviation exams.com with some questionbank (some exams common with fixed wing).
Good luck.
The syllabus and recommended material is on the CAA site under my exam section.
I'm finishing mine so if you need tips PM me.
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Re: CPL (H) Course Theory Books

Unread post by newbie » Wed May 30, 2018 1:30 pm

Thanks Cage - I will definitely give you a shout thanks.
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