AVTN262G - Certified Flight & Instrument Instructor

Credits: 7

This course provides the student pilot with the ground instruction necessary to instruct helicopter operations and maneuvers up to and including at the commercial level. The Student will also create and assemble a complete lesson plan curriculum notebook for Private, Instrument and Commercial certification which will serve as an instruction tool once they begin work as a flight instructor. In Stage 2, the student will create lesson plans and present them in an instructor’s role. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have successfully passed the FAA written knowledge exam for the CFI Rotorcraft/Helicopter Rating. This course provides the student pilot with the ground instruction necessary to instruct helicopter operations and maneuvers up to and including at the commercial and instrument level. The Student will also complete the creation of a complete lesson plan curriculum notebook for Private, Instrument and Commercial certification which will serve as an instruction tool once they begin work as a flight instructor. The student will create lesson plans and present them in an instructor’s role. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have successfully passed the FAA written knowledge exam for the CFII Rotorcraft/Helicopter Rating. This course provides the student pilot with a review of helicopter maneuvers required of a commercial level pilot, precision hovering, precision autorotations, simulated emergencies, cross-country flight and night flight. The course then teaches the students methods of teaching these skills and allows the student to demonstrate their ability to control the aircraft while teaching students to master these skills. This course provides the student pilot with a review of helicopter maneuvers required of an instrument rated pilot to include attitude flying, approach procedures and techniques, holding patterns, IFR cross country and inflight emergencies. The course then teaches the students methods of teaching these skills and allows the student to demonstrate their ability to control the aircraft while teaching students to master these skills. Prerequisites: C+ or better in AVTN250G and AVTN251G.

Prerequisites

Co-requisite: AVTN261G.

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