Taking a job of Flight Instructor at a Flight School is one of the best ways possible to build hours while training other pilots, and consolidate your flying skills in an entry job into aviation that will, at the same time, allow you to stay connected to the Airline Pilot job market.
The course consists of 70 hours of ground school, during which the student works on topics such as learning processes, pedagogy, instructional methods, and teaching processes in order to convey aeronautics expertise in theory and practice while adhering to the required safety standards and regulations for the various learning processes. Meanwhile the Flight Training consist of at least 25 hours of flight taking place in two phases:
- 22 hours of real flight
- 3 hours in the simulator
The Multi-Engine Add-on Rating Course is designed to help pilots pass the practical exam for a multi-engine add-on rating for their private or commercial pilot certificate. The course consists of :
- 17 hours of ground school
- 10 hours of simulator
- 10 hours of real flight hours
- Hold a CPL-IR license with an adequate Medical Certificate.
- Minimum age of 18 years old
- Able to read, speak and understand English
The course will take approximately 1 month (30 days) enabling the student to complete both ground school and flight training at the same time. The course schedule will be determined based on the presence of at least three students per course.