Provide ground instruction in classroom, at aircraft site for pre‐flight and post‐flight
training, and on computer‐based training program(s) as needed.Provide direct instruction in aircraft for each non‐solo student flight, up to 65 hours per assigned student per term for Private Pilot Rating.
Perform flight instructor duties authorized by the Federal Aviation Regulations inaccordance with the approved Training Course Outline.
Schedule aircraft operations for flight training. ... Continue Reading
To be eligible for the position of Flight Instructor the incumbent must hold at a minimum an
FAA issued Flight Instructor Certificate, Airplane; in addition, the applicant must meet the
A. Hold a commercial pilot certificate or an airline transport pilot certificate. Thecertificate must contain the appropriate aircraft category and class ratings for airplane single engine land and instrument rating; and
B. Meet the pilot‐in‐command flight experience requirements of 14 CFR §61 for recent flight experience under 61.57., and
C. Be proficient on instructional skills and ability to train students on the flightprocedures and maneuvers appropriate to the program; and
D. Hold a current Class 1, 2, or 3 Medical; or self‐certify under Basic Medical rules.
E. Maintain CFI credentials and medical certificates appropriate for airplane, single
engine instruction that may result in student completion of private pilot ratings.F. Maintain proficiency as PIC in several make/models aircraft used in flight instruction.
Associate of Arts/Science degree in any major emphasis and industry experience with flight and
ground instruction experience. CFI – Instrument; and CFI – Glider are also desirable for this program of instruction. ... Continue Reading
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