Course studies consist of a combination of flight and ground time emphasizing instruction skills, evaluating students’ performance in maneuvers and operations required to earn an Instrument Rating certificate. The course will also include knowledge review in the regulatory responsibilities of the Certified Flight Instructor as it relates to the Instrument rated pilot and methods of how to imparting the knowledge to students. Preparation for the FAA Written Test, Practical and Oral Examinations. Part 141 students will undergo several stage checks as listed in the 141 syllabus.
1) Must hold an Commercial Pilot Certificate or Airline Transport Pilot and
2) Instrument Rating, both in category and Class as appropriate
3) A 3rd Class Medical or Higher (VA must be a 2nd Class Medical)
4) Certified Flight Instructor License
FAR PART 141 PROGRAM
- 15 Hours Ground Training
- 15 Hours Flight (Dual) Training
- Pass Written and Practical Test
FAR PART 61 PROGRAM
- No Minimum Ground Training
- No Minimum Flight Training
1. Hours listed are based FAA minimum requirements. 2. All courses are trained to proficiency and additional hours may be needed to satisfy completion of the course.