Training Course Syllabus

  1. Ground Training
    1. Discussion - (5) Hours
      1. General
      2. Hydraulic System
      3. Flight Control System
      4. Electrical System
      5. Fuel System
      6. Engine and Propeller
      7. Environmental System
      8. Supplemental System - (Autopilot)
      9. Emergency Procedures
      10. Weight and Balance
      11. Performance
    2. Supplementary Videos - (Optional)
      1. Wind Shear Training
      2. Garmin 530 / 430 GPS Operation
      3. S-Tec 55 Autopilot System
    3. Written Test - (55) Questions Pertaining to V Speeds Performance Including Weight and Balance
  2. Flight Training
    1. Pre-Flight Check - (.5) Hours
    2. Ground Operations - (.5) Hours
    3. Maneuvers - (1.5) Hours
      1. Turns / Climbs / Descents
      2. Steep Turns
      3. Stall Series Minimum Controllable Airspeed
      4. Climb, Cruse, Decent Leaning, and Power Settings
    4. Pattern Work - (2) Hours
      1. Normal Takeoffs and Landings
      2. Short, Soft, Obstacle Takeoff and Landings
      3. Crosswind, Balked Takeoff and Landings
      4. Emergency (No flap and power off Landings)
    5. Optional Equipment Operation - (2.5) Hours
      1. Autopilot
      2. Flight Director
      3. Radios, GPS, Weather Avoidance
      4. Remaining Avionics Equipment
    6. Instrument Procedures - (Competency Check)
      1. Unusual Attitudes
      2. VOR, ILS, LOC, BC, GPS Approaches
      3. Missed and Circle Approaches
      4. Holding
      5. Area Arrivals and Departures
      6. Autopilot Coupled Approaches
    7. Emergency Procedures - (1) Hour
      1. Emergency Decent
      2. Emergency Landing Gear Extension
      3. Instrument System Malfunctions
  3. Check Ride
    The content of check ride is left to check pilot discretion. The check ride will include a random sampling of the covered areas to test knowledge and proficiency. If the pilot demonstrates lack of knowledge and deficiency during the check ride, additional training would be required to ensure the Pilot is competent.
Time Summary

All times mentioned are approximate. Times may be adjusted according to the Client's previous experience, understanding, and proficiency levels.

  • Ground Training - (10) Hours
  • Flight Training - (11) Hours
  • Flight Check - (1.5) Hours