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ATF 2530L - Certified Flight Instructor Instrument


1 Credit Hour
(Offered as needed)

This course provides a study of the aeronautical skills and abilities required for the Certified Flight Instructor Airplane Certificate. Students apply skills from prior classes to explain, demonstrate, and analyze flight maneuvers and resource management skills involved with Private Pilot, Commercial Pilot, and Flight Instructor Certificates. The course also provides practical flight instruction experiences. Students must complete the appropriate flight lessons and pass the Federal Aviation Administration’s Flight Instructor Airplane Single Engine Practical Exam to satisfactorily complete the course. Flight training fees (in addition to the cost of tuition) are required and must be paid in advance of the course start date. Flight training fees for this course are based on 25 hours of flight training, which is the minimum number of flight hours allowed by the FAA for completion of the Flight Instructor - Airplane Certification. Any additional training required beyond the FAA minimum is the financial responsibility of the student. This course also has special requirements, which students must meet prior to enrolling

1. students must hold a Private Pilot, Airplane Single-Engine Land certificate

2. students must hold a minimum of an FAA third-class medical certificate (current second class for GI Bill students)

3. students must be U.S. citizens or have TSA authorization to start flight training

4. students must meet with the Program Manager to verify documentation and review course requirements and flight training costs. Northwest Florida State College provides the flight instruction through a College-contracted flight school. NWFSC does not waive the course fees for this program for active duty military students using Tuition Assistance.

Prerequisite(s): ATF 2500L   and ATF 2305L  



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