Eligibility :

  • Be at least 18 years of age;
  • Hold a valid Commercial Pilot License and Instrument Rating;
  • Be able to read, speak, and understand the English language, or have such operating limitations placed on his pilot license as are necessary for safety, to be removed when he shows that he can read, speak, and understand the English language;
  • Hold at least a valid first-class medical certificate issued under Part 67 of the CASRs,
  • Pass a written examination appropriate to the aircraft rating

 

Flight Instructor (initial) course consist of Ground course and Flight class.

The ground course consist of :

CODE

GROUND LESSON

HOURS

DAY

INDOC

BASIC INDOCTRINATION

24

03

GT 01

THE LEARNING PROCESS

6

07

GT 02

HUMAN BEHAVIOR

2

GT 03

EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION

2

GT 04

THE TEACHING PROCESS

2

GT 05

TEACHING METHODS

4

GT 06

THE INSTRUCTOR AS A CRITIC

2

GT 07

EVALUATION

4

GT 08

INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS

2

GT 09

FI CHARACTER AND RESPONSIBILITIES

8

01

GT 10

METHOD / TECHNIQUE OF FLIGHT INSTRUCTION

10

02

GT 11

FLIGHT TRAINING SYLLABUS

16

05

GT 12

AERODYNAMICS USEFUL TO FLIGHT INSTRUCTION

20

03

GT 13

AERO-MEDICAL / HUMAN FACTOR

6

01

GT 14

EXAMINATION

12

04

 TOTAL

124

26

The flight class will be held as soon as the completion of the ground course and consist of :

STAGE

CODE

FLIGHT

DUAL

P1/US

TOTAL

NUMBERS

HOURS

HOURS

HOURS

FIC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

General Handling

GH

9

03:00

05:00

08:00

Basic Instrument

BI

8

02:00

05:00

07:00

Radio Instrument

RI

4

00:00

03:00

03:00

Cross Country

XC

1

00:00

02:00

02:00

Night Flight

NF

2

01:00

01:00

02:00

Check Ride

CX

1

00:00

03:00

03:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOTAL

25

06:00

19:00

25:00