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Flight Instructor Training Courses

Is aviation your passion and does the thought of sharing that passion excite you? Are you eager to become a commercial pilot but you’re wondering how you’ll ever manage to acquire the vast amount of flying experience to be considered for a job?

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Becoming a flight instructor might be the ideal solution for you.

Accumulate the flying hours you require while getting paid to teach aspiring pilots about flying. Educating others is a productive way to refine your own skills as a pilot. During your course of study, you’ll cover ground and flight training. Learn how to conduct lecture presentations and deliver superior instructions with effective communication techniques. You’ll understand how to conduct flight briefings and debriefings, and you’ll be required to perform flight demonstrations in the air. As a flight instructor you’ll work for an educational institution or you can initiate your own flight program. The latter option is ideal for entrepreneurial types who like seeing a business venture flourish. One of the advantages of working for yourself is that you can adapt the job around your schedule and your needs. If you enjoy a challenge and desire a career that is highly in demand with great job prospects, then consider pursuing flight instructor training.

Career options and possible career trajectory

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Recommended Competencies

  • Liability and Discipline
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Agility and quick thinking
  • Good psychological health

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Becoming a flight instructor might be the ideal solution for you.

Accumulate the flying hours you require while getting paid to teach aspiring pilots about flying. Educating others is a productive way to refine your own skills as a pilot. During your course of study, you’ll cover ground and flight training. Learn how to conduct lecture presentations and deliver superior instructions with effective communication techniques. You’ll understand how to conduct flight briefings and debriefings, and you’ll be required to perform flight demonstrations in the air. As a flight instructor you’ll work for an educational institution or you can initiate your own flight program. The latter option is ideal for entrepreneurial types who like seeing a business venture flourish. One of the advantages of working for yourself is that you can adapt the job around your schedule and your needs. If you enjoy a challenge and desire a career that is highly in demand with great job prospects, then consider pursuing flight instructor training.