All flight crew training requires a basic understanding of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). To become an airline pilot you are not required to hold a science degree, or even further education certificates, but you will need a level of knowledge approximately equivalent to that expected of a high school graduate.
knowledge gained will underpin all of your future aviation theoretical knowledge studies
The Padpilot STEM-A course provides the STEM subject knowledge needed for the beginning of commercial pilot training and meets the requirements of theoretical knowledge training organisations.
STEM-A is not a mandatory part of your training; however, a solid grounding in these important subjects cannot be overstated. The knowledge gained will underpin all your future aviation theory education and help you to understand the more complex areas of study.