Upper Limit Aviation Receives ACCSC ‘School of Distinction’ Award

Upper Limit Aviation Receives ACCSC ‘School of Distinction’ Award

8-Nov-2010 Source: Upper Limit Aviation, via Vertical

The Accrediting Commission for Career Schools and Colleges has recognized Upper Limit Aviation (ULA) and its helicopter flight training program as a School of Distinction. The award “is intended to recognize ACCSC- accredited institutions that have demonstrated a commitment to the expectations and rigors of accreditation as well as a commitment to delivering quality educational programs” says Michael McComis, Executive Director of ACCSC. Upper Limit Aviation was honored at the 2010 Professional Development Conference Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C. this Fall.

Upper Limit Aviation is a Part 141 / Part 61 helicopter flight school located at Salt Lake International Airport in Utah. ULA is recognized in partnership with Salt Lake Community College (SLCC), as a military friendly school offering VA approved courses with up to 100% benefit coverage under Chapter 33, depending upon eligibility. Students can choose to enroll in either the Associate of Science Degree or Commercial Certificate of Completion in the Professional Pilot program through SLCC in addition to flight ratings, or may enroll in Upper Limitʼs training program to earn pilotʼs ratings from Private – CFII. According to Lois Reid, co-founder and school director, “It is our mission to create a solid program that is unlike anything in the flight training community.”

Currently, ULA offers 13 flight training courses approved under U.S. Federal Aviation Regulation Part 141, and is also a Part 135 on demand Air Carrier equipped to carry out various contract and utility work.

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