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With every purchase of a KING Ground School & Test Prep Course made by your students, you'll receive your choice of one of the following...
Takeoffs and Landings Made Easy online course Students tell us all the time that they learned to land from this course. Sometimes video can help people learn things in a way that no other medium can.
Any other KING single subject course of your choice These courses are designed to help your students over hurdles—things like communications, navigation, cross-country flying and many more.
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Use a KING Syllabus for a Complete Flight & Ground Training Program
KING flight training syllabi are available to you and your clients at no cost. They include guidance to create a comprehensive and easy-to-follow roadmap to success. Each syllabus is not only suitable for Part 61 training, but is also Part 141 approvable.
Putting It All Together to Increase Learning Effectiveness
The KING syllabi increase learning effectiveness by ensuring that you and your clients have clearly defined common goals for each flight lesson, and know where the lesson fits into the big picture. Plus, the syllabi provide clear standards so your clients will know when they have done a good job.
Your Clients Will Show Up Fully Prepared
Because these syllabi incorporate the KING Ground School & Test Prep Courses, Practical Test (Oral Exam & Flight Test) Courses and single subject Take-Off Video Courses, your clients will have the opportunity to get ahead of things by starting to learn new concepts at home so they will be prepared for every flight lesson. This will increase client satisfaction by helping them excel at each new task. Most significantly, these syllabi incorporate concepts of risk management and support scenario-based training, ensuring that your graduates are truly prepared to be PIC.
Free Pilot Training Syllabi
Your overview for integrating the King Schools flight training syllabi and King Schools courses into the programs you offer your flight training customers. You will find recommendations for incorporating the concepts of Scenario Based Training (SBT), Single Pilot Resource Management (SRM), and Learner Centered Grading. You will also see suggestions in the appendices for preparing your learners for solo, solo cross-country, knowledge tests and practical tests.
Private Pilot Training Syllabus
Your free flight training and ground study roadmap to prepare Private Pilot customers for their written and flight tests. This syllabus should be followed to ensure all requirements are met and tasks mastered to the required level of proficiency.
FAA Review of Private Pilot Syllabus
Your copy of the FAA letter noting that they have reviewed the King Schools Private Pilot Syllabus and found that the content meets the training standards for use in a Part 141 flight school. This letter should accompany your application to your local FSDO for approval of a Part 141 Training Course Outline (TCO).
Instrument Rating Training Syllabus
Your free flight training and ground study roadmap to prepare customers for their Instrument Rating. Included is a sequence of flight lessons that build on basic instrument skills while adding the whole new environment of Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) operations. This syllabus should be followed to ensure all requirements are met and tasks mastered to the required level of proficiency. (The FAA is currently reviewing this syllabus for conformance with Part 141 regulations for an Instrument Rating course.)
FAA Review of Instrument Rating Syllabus
Your copy of the FAA letter noting that they have reviewed the King Schools Instrument Rating Syllabus and found that the content meets the training standards for use in a Part 141 flight school. This letter should accompany your application to your local FSDO for approval of a Part 141 Training Course Outline (TCO).
So You Want to Learn How to Fly...your guide to make it happen is a unblemished accounting of how your students can go from dreaming about becoming a pilot to making it a reality. Glenn Daly's years of experience as both a Certificated Flight Instructor and Course Developer for King Schools will help guide your students with clear, step-by-step explanations outlining the necessary steps involved in getting their private pilot certificate (private pilot license). Glenn shares his valuable expertise that will ensure your students make well informed decisions about their pilot training, and get them started on the right path to becoming a pilot.
FAA Practical Test Standards Documents
When students take a Checkride (Practical Test) for a new Pilot Certificate or Rating, the examiner does not randomly select the tasks they are asked to perform. The tasks are clearly defined in the appropriate FAA Practical Test Standards (PTS) book. The PTS is an agreement between the student, their examiner and the FAA on exactly what they can be tested on and the criteria the examiner will use to determine if they meet the standard. At the linked page you will find the current PTS books for the most common Certificates and Ratings.
Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) - Rules prescribed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) governing all aviation activities in the United States. The FARs are part of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). A wide variety of activities are regulated, such as aircraft design and maintenance, typical airline flights, pilot training activities, hot-air ballooning, lighter-than-air aircraft, man-made structure heights, obstruction lighting and marking, and even model rocket launches, model aircraft operation, and kite flying. The rules are designed to promote safe aviation, protecting pilots, flight attendants, passengers and the general public from unnecessary risk.
Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) - This manual contains the fundamentals required in order to fly legally in the country of origin. It also contains items of interest to pilots concerning health and medical facts, factors affecting flight safety, a pilot/controller glossary of terms used in the ATC System, and information on safety, accident, and hazard reporting. Although the AIM is not regulatory in nature, parts of it re-state and amplify federal regulations.
NTSB Part 830 - Notification and Reporting of Aircraft Accidents or Incidents and Overdue Aircraft, and Preservation or Aircraft Wreckage, Mail, Cargo, and Records. This part gives you the rules to follow if you are involved in an aircraft accident or incident.
Flight Instructor Enrichment
Look here for resources you´ll want to use to develop and maintain your skills as an instructor.