Accelerated Instructor Ground School – Starting June 2018

As a Certified Flight Instructor,  you will be responsible for helping people to realize their dream of flight!  The rewards are countless. It is a wonderful way to build time and experience that will serve you both personally and professionally in all of your future endeavours.

The flight instructors involved in teaching the program are excellent teachers with years of experience and they look forward to sharing their knowledge with you.

For more information please contact: [email protected]

Cost: $1,800 per person

Taught by: Class 1 Instructors

Dates: TBD

Location: In the Commercial Classroom

Time: TBD

Total Hours: 90 hrs

Format: Instructional Lecture, Video, Peer evaluations in Individual style presentations and Power Point Presentations

Materials:

Objective:

Instructor Rating 2018: Sharper Edge To give all class members the required knowledge in all aspects of the Flight Instructor Rating and the experience of presenting and critiquing PGI’s (Preparatory Ground Instruction) plus pre and post flight debriefing. In addition each student upon passing a Brampton Flight Center qualifying exam, a written letter of admission to attempt the Transport Canada Flight Instructor Class IV exam (AIRAF). (Based on acquiring at least 15 hours of flight instruction and all of the ground school requirements)
Flight Instructor Guide
Flight Training Manual
Flight Test Guides Private and Commercial
Pilot Training Record
AIM, VNC and VTA Charts POH (Cessna 172), Aircraft model (indestructible)
Personal Flash Drive (Stick) for Power Point Presentations

Course Outline

These subjects will be addressed and presented in a classroom atmosphere, (the order of presentation may be subject to change)
Air Law and Rating Requirements
Human Factors and the Learning Process
7 Factors of Learning
Lesson Plans: PGI (Preparatory Ground Instruction) and Ground school
Grading (Marking Scale for Flight Tests)
Handling Questions and Answers
Aerodynamics, Aircraft Performance
Teaching Instrument Flying (Private, Night, Commercial, IFR)
Teaching Multi Engine
Navigation Cross country Private and Commercial
General Knowledge
Flight School Administration (Student PTR’s), IATPL Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Licence)
SMS (Safety Management Systems)
PGI Presentations (3‐4 presentations in an evening with critique)
Preparing for the Flight Test
Supervision as a Class IV Instructor

Posted on April 6, 2018