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Quantum Helicopters does not require students to enroll in a college program in order to graduate from the flight training courses offered through Quantum. Successful completion of the Professional Pilot Instrument Program fully qualifies graduates for employment in the helicopter industry.
However, for those who do wish to earn a college degree, Quantum Helicopters has joined forces with Chandler Gilbert Community College and Embry Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide. Veterans wishing to utilize the Post 9/11 GI Bill® funding for flight training must select the Chandler Gilbert program.
Students who choose to participate in a college program may be eligible for federal assistance, student grants, and low-interest college loans.
Associate of Applied Science in Airway Science Technology - Helicopter (65 credits total)
Ground school classes will be completed at the Williams Campus of Chandler Gilbert Community College. Flight lab classes will be conducted at Quantum Helicopters, located at the Chandler Municipal Airport. Please contact Quantum Helicopters with any questions about this program.
Class Start Dates:
Orientation Dates Available for Helicopter Students:
Please click on the link below to identify upcoming orientation dates.
Attendance at an orientation is mandatory prior to enrollment however we are happy to work with out-of-state students as necessary. Orientations are conducted at the Chandler Gilbert Community College, Williams Campus, Bluford Hall, usually beginning 10-12 weeks prior to the class start date. The meetings will begin at 2:00 pm and are expected to last for approximately 1-2 hours. Click here to register for an orientation.
WE STRONGLY URGE POTENTIAL STUDENTS TO SELECT ONE OF THE EARLY ORIENTATION DATES AS CLASSES TEND TO FILL UP QUICKLY.
WORLD WIDE CAMPUSES ONLY
Classes through Embry-Riddle Worldwide may be completed on-line or by attending one of the local campuses (Chandler, Sky Harbor Center, or Luke Airforce Base). Certificates and ratings completed at Quantum Helicopters may be applied toward the credit requirements for graduation from Embry-Riddle.
For more information about enrolling at one of Embry-Riddle’s campuses, please visit their website at worldwide.erau.edu.
You may also call (480) 279-1150 to speak to a university representative.
The Flight Instructor Pilot program is a two-year, Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree program. This program is made possible by a contract between Dodge City Community College (DC3) and Quantum Helicopters. The Private Pilot Helicopter Certification course is an “in-house” DC3 course taught by DC3 adjunct flight instructors and the equipment is leased from Quantum. All other flight courses are taught by Quantum flight instructors.