Flight instructors develop curricula, instruct students in a classroom setting, conduct training flights, determine student proficiency, report on student progress and develop new teaching methods. Flight Instructors are responsible for training students in subjects such as single-pilot resource management, task management, risk management, situational management aeronautical decision making, controlled flight into terrain awareness,aircraft systems, operating procedures, aircraft navigation, radio operation and aerodynamics.
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Minimum Qualifications: Applicant must hold the following FAA issued certificates or ratings:FAA issued Commercial Certificate, Certified Flight Instructor Rating (CFI & CFII), Certified Ground Instructor Certificate,500 hours of dual flight instruction given in fixed wing aircraft, A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree (BA or BS) from a four-year accredited college or university in an aviation related field.Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree from a four-year accredited college or university in an aviation related field.Experience teaching at a Part 141 pilot school, instructional time in an approved FAA simulator/flight training device. Multi Engine Instructor, MEI, rating. ... Continue Reading
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