The next Private Ground Class
begins on September 20, 2016
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NEW ARRIVALS !!
CFS et CAP - All the data for terminal et enroute phases VFR et IFR - New Edition
Don't take off without making sure your charts are up-to-date!!
trusted gear for the bush pilot... and others too
the best value for the price in the industry
Becoming a flight instructor means above all being able to communicate your passion for flying to the student.
It requires some skills in communications but like everithing else you'll get them by gaining experience and if you're convinced this is a job for you.
Certified Flight Instructors (CFI) are classified in 4 categories:
- >Class 4,is the beginner instructor working under supervision of a Class 2 or Class1 CFI,he learns his new job and improves his knowledge with his supervisor's insights and advice.
- Class 3, the CFI has improved his skills and gained some autonomy, supervision is no longer mandatory but proves sometimes to be necessary
- Class 2, the CFI may become a chief-instructor and supervise class 4 youngsters. He's also entitled to make in-flght pre-tests for private and professional pilots
- Class 1, trains the class 4 ans has the Class 2 priviledges
- Be a professional pilot with a valid licence
- Follow a groung course on pedagogy and deepen his Aeronautical level of general knowledge and proficiency, minimum 40h
- Take the 100-questions AIRAF theoretical exam, with a passing mark of 70%
- a 30h flight training with a Class1 CFI to leran in-flight techniques and pedagogy
- In-flight test with a Transport Canada inspector