- 10 to 12 weeks full-time
- Classroom teaching
- Pre and Post-flight briefing
- Practical Flight Instruction in aircraft and classroom
- Role-play of simulated flight and ground instructional sequences
- Ground school: 12 hours on the Principles and Methods of Instruction (PMI).
- 80 hours of flight mass brief instruction.
- 33.2 hours of dual flight instruction and 12 hours of instructional practice (6.0 hours PIC) covering flight instructional techniques and principles.
- Additionally, there are 32 hours of pre-flight and post-flight briefings associated with the dual flight instruction sequences.
- 5 hours of pre-licence briefing.
- 2 flight tests of 4.0 hours ground theory and 1.5 hours flying each.
Note: participants will require their own maps and charts, headsets and other equipment required to plan and prepare for a flight.
For more information on the Flight Instructor Rating course delivery under the Part 61 CASA Regulations please visit the link below:
- Flight Instructor Rating
- Pilot Instructor Rating Common Examination (PIRC)