FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR COURSE

There is nothing better than passing on your knowledge to others. Therefore, Flight Instructor programme is the opportunity to demonstrate outstanding performance and teach young pilots to fly. We understand the importance of learning and continued education. Professional pilots are required to learn over the course of their entire aviation career.

Whether you are brand new to teaching and flight instruction or are very experienced, you are always welcome to enrol into this course.

Minimum Entry Requirement

- Be at least 21 years of age

- Hold at least a CPL issued under Regulation 59 of MCAR

- Completed at least 200 hours of flight time on aeroplanes of which 150 hours as PIC

- Hold or have held an instrument rating (IR) of an aeroplane

- Give proof of their competency by giving a test mass brief based on material they

  have developed for the applicable subject

- Demonstrate competency of airborne instructional technique. Assessment to be   

  done by Head of Training or Chief Flight Instructor or designated Flight Instructor

TRAINING PROGRAMME OUTLINE

- Instructional Technique (30 Hours)

- Theoretical Knowledge (70 Hours)

- Flying Training (35 Hours)

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUE TRAINING

Phase 1 (30 Hours)

- Human Behaviour

- Learning Process

- Effective Communication

- Teaching Process

- Assessment

- Planning Instructional Activity

- Instructor Responsibilities & Profesionalism

- Techniques of Flight Instruction

- Risk Management

- Mass Brief & Pre-Flight Brief

THEORETICAL KNOWLEDGE TRAINING

Phase 1 (70 Hours)

- AIP & NOTAMS

- MCAR & Related Articles

- Rules of The Air & Air Traffic Control

- Navigation

- Meteorology

- Airframes & Engines

- Instruments & Radio Aids

- Basic Aerodynamics

- Drag

- Stalling

- Level Flight

- Manoeuvres

- Stability

- Spinning

- The Propeller

- Weight & Balance / Performance

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FLYING TRAINING

Phase 1 (35 Hours)

- Effects of Control

- Straight & Level

- Climb & Descend

- Medium Turns

- Stall

- Circuit & Landing

- Practical Force Landing

- Instrument Flying

- Navigation

- General Handling

- Final Handling Test