The instructor rating is unlike any other flight training course. The student is not being taught to fly, he or she is being taught to instruct and educate others with a desire to fly.
This course is a rewarding course providing the student enhanced skills and knowledge,adding to your existing skill base, and is an excellent initial step towards the exciting career path as a flight instructor. Becoming an experienced flight instructor is a positive alternative entry into the industry to that of a charter pilot and one that can also enhance your chances of becoming a check and training officer in an airline environment should your career take that direction.Flight Instructors in our organisation,both trainee and existing, develop excellent human factors skills which are recognised,sought after and used extensively in airline flight-deck operations.
There are many more, however the most measureable benefits below are what AIAC offer to course candidates in their entirely different approach to instructor training.
The total experience required to obtain a grade III Instructor Rating is 50 hours, of which 30 hours must be dual training with a grade 1 instructor, and the remaining 20 hours can be mutual training with another instructor, other than the person conducting the dual component, or mutual with another trainee flight instructor.
Price includes accommodation in Port Macquarie for the duration of the course.
The time required to obtain an Instructor Rating is approximately 6-7 weeks, weather permitting.
Course consists of the following;
Please contact us for more information about this course, including upgrades and renewals.