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Part 141, Pilot Flight School Certification Course 22101

DESCRIPTION

This seven day course provides the fundamental knowledge inspectors need to evaluate an operatorís flight training activities as part of both certification and continued operational oversight.

OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to:
  • Explain the certification process as related to 14 CFR 141
  • Explain the use of Subparts A-M in 14 CFR 141 in the certification process and continued oversight
  • Review a Training Course Outline and insure it meets the requirements of 14 CFR 141 and current FAA guidance
  • Conduct a Chief Instructor and Assistant Chief Instructor practical test
  • Ensure that a Chief Instructor and Assistant Chief Instructor meets the requirements of 14 CFR 141 and current FAA guidance
  • Conduct surveillance of a 14 CFR 141 pilot flight school
  • Understand the use of and approval of flight training simulation devices as used in 14 CFR 141

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is for Aviation Safety Inspectors (Operations) tasked with certification and surveillance responsibilities of 14 CFR 141 pilot flight schools. Industry would benefit if they are involved in flight training activities and seek further understanding of the certification process and FAA oversight responsibilities after certification.

Prerequisites: None

COURSE OUTLINE

This course covers the following topics: the certification process; Subparts A-M, FITS; Training Course Outlines; Appendices; Conducting stage checks, a facility inspection and Chief and Assistant Chief Instructor qualifications and practical test; the use of flight simulation training devices.

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