Student Wellbeing and Support
At Leading Edge you’ll join a positive, caring community, and receive exceptional support as you push yourself towards achieving your dreams. But that’s not all.
Our student pilots have access to bespoke wellbeing services delivered in-house and tailored to your needs. Specifically designed to offer students comprehensive support with regular workshops, a dedicated confidential helpline and internal wellbeing assistance.
Preparation for life as a pilot starts on day one of training.
During your time with us you’ll receive dedicated ground and flight instruction that will see you graduate on time and flight deck-ready, but alongside that, you’ll also have personal and professional development training. Our aim is to give you the support mechanism to stand on your own two feet, helping you to transition from young adult to an independent, professional future captain.
Our academy is one that places you at the heart of everything. Not only with training but also with wellbeing, we have a friendly internal support network with staff on hand to speak to on a one-to-one basis and external confidential support from our individual assistance programme. Whether you have questions regarding your training, progression or just need someone to talk to, our approachable team is here to help.
A professional flying career is exhilarating, with the best office views of any profession, but it’s also demanding.
Pilots face challenges such as jet-lag, intense working conditions, time away from home and variable shift patterns. For a pilot to be ‘fit to fly’, they must have the ability and self-awareness to be able to manage these challenges successfully.
Our programme prepares you for life on the flight deck throughout training. By the time you graduate, you’ll have a toolkit of healthy habits and skills that’ll make managing the high workload and demanding rosters that come with an airline career.
“Student wellbeing is a huge priority for us, as is our commitment to offering a training course that develops the pilot as a whole.”