After receiving your pilot licenses and ratings, you will need to build flight experience. One constructive way is to obtain a Certified Flight Instructor certificate. This will allow you to use your new skills to train other pilots, which should enhance your own skills and knowledge while building your flight experience and earning some money. Other options for building single-engine flight time include flying for local radio traffic stations, small cargo operators, crop dusting operators, pipeline inspecting operators, etc.
FAA Flight Instructor Training Package
If you are looking to launch your Professional Pilot Career as a Certified Flight Instructor, then Aviator has the Instructor Course that's right for you. You will receive up to 120 hours of ground instruction under the supervision of a Gold Seal Flight Instructor. In addition, you will receive the highest quality flight instruction necessary to become a superior flight instructor.
Requirements: FAA Single and Multi-engine Commercial Ratings with a minimum of 15 hours Multi-Engine PIC time.
Our FAA-approved training curriculum for the Certified Flight Instructor ratings includes:
- Multi-Engine Flight Instructor
- Single Engine Flight Instructor
- Instrument Flight Instructor
- Up to 120 Hours of Ground Training
- 21 Hours of Flight Training
- Spin Training
- Course Duration: two months
- Job opportunities for those who qualify
The Aviator Flight Training Academy offers a full line of flight training courses
to meet your individual needs.
- Multi, Instrument, & Commercial
- Multi_Engine Rating
- Multi-Engine Instructor Rating
- ATP Multi-Engine Rating
- Multi-Engine & Initial Instrument Rating
For complete information and details on all individual flight training courses, please contact Aviator college
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