ATPL Overseas Conversion (AOSH)
AOSH is a subject made from the combination of 3 units: CPL Met (CMET), ATPL Law (AALW) and CPL Law (CWLA).
AOSH is a 3 hour exam requiring an 80% pass mark. In 2018 the pass rate was 66%.
Be forewarned CASA wording of questions is ridiculous and they often pick tiny obscure little details to ask you about. The Australian regulator is very adversarial, so don't expect easy or even tough exams. These will by far be the most difficult exams you have ever sat for aviation, so make sure you over-study.
CWLA CPL Law Practice Exams
Please use both the helicopter and aeroplane CPL Law exams. Ignoring any questions that are aeroplane specific. The aeroplane exams have about 50-100 times the volume of people usig them, so they are far more refined on the volume of feedback. In addition the aeroplane exams contain both aerolpane questions and the sommon cateory questions, which are shared by aeroplane and helicopter.
CPL Law Helicopter Specific Unit Practice Exams
CWLA CLWH Common Unit Practice Exams
ATPL Law (AALW)
CASA Nominated Reference Material:
CASR, CAR, CAO, AIP complete, CAAPs*
Flight Rules and Air Law for the Air Transport Pilot
by Aviation Theory Centre
ATPL Law Helicopter Syllabus (tiny)
CPL Met (CMET)
Our Suggested Reading
- B.O.M. Manual of Meteorology Vols 1 and 2*
- AIP Book* with particular emphasis on GEN 3.5
- Several Tabs On This Page http://www.bom.gov.au/aviation/knowledge-centre/