Flight Instructor Course
The FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR course will start on OCTOBER the 18th 2021!
The aim of the course is to train the candidate to achieve the highest degree of "Proficiency" necessary to be able to instruct, in full safety and competence and as a "Flying Instructor" in the appropriate courses (ex. PPL).
The course therefore includes:
• review and refresh of the theoretical knowledge of the instructor candidate;
• teach the didactic methodology on theoretical and flight subjects;
• train the candidate in flight, in the duties of instructor, allowing the achievement of high standards;
• teach the instructor candidate, the basic and advanced principles to be applied in a PPL (A) course.
The duration of the course, which will be programmed continuously, and will be scheduled for a duration of approximately 3-5 months, includes:
|Total hours of theoretical instruction:||125|
|Total hours of practical instruction (excluding practical exam):||30|
The theory is carried out from Monday to Friday with times to be defined, while the flight part will begin after having carried out about 70% of the theory, according to the individual availability of the students (operational open from Monday to Sunday included).
FINAL EXAMS: Once deemed suitable for the exam, the student will have to take the practical exam in flight with ENAC Inspector.
REQUIREMENTS TO ACCESS THE FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR COURSE:
- hold a CPL (A) license;
- have at least 200 total flight hours;
- have passed the theoretical knowledge exams CPL (A) as prescribed by the PART-FCL;
- have completed at least 30 flight hours on SEP class aircraft, of which 5 hours in the last 6 months;
- have received 10 hours of basic IFR instruction of which no more than 5 on FNPT or approved Simulator;
- have completed at least 20 hours of "Cross Country" as a PIC, including a flight of no less than 540 Km (300 NM), during which at least 2 landings must have been made and ended up at 2 airports different from the one of departure.
- have passed an in-flight "Pre-Entry" check with a qualified Cantor Air instructor in the six months prior to the course, to ascertain the suitability of the candidate.
NB: If the candidate possesses the above qualifications, they will have to undergo an initial FLIGHT ENTRY CHECK for admission to the course, which will assess the basic skills of the candidate.
Only once you have passed the CHECK, which is held with the Head of Training or its delegate, will you be able to start the course.
Registrations open until October 14, 2021