GROUND SCHOOL

Many of our students are enrolled in our computer based Cessna or Jeppesen training programs. These ‘work at your own pace’ programs allow you to prepare for your flight lessons when the time is favorable for you. For those of you who would like a more structured classroom training program, we now offer a 24 hour ground school program for the Private and an 18 hour program for the Instrument Rating. These classes will be offered twice a week in the evenings. Classes are given by one of our FAA certified flight instructors at our ISP location.

INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL

APRIL 2012
CLASS STARTS APR 3RD, and ends APR 29TH, 24 hours of ground

Hi Everyone,
We are holding a Spring instrument ground school next month for a total of 24 hours of training – 4 weeks, 2 nights a week, for 3 hours each night. To enroll, or if you have questions, please give Jim or Don a call. Also, if you know anyone else that you think would benefit from this 4-week IFR ground school, please contact us or inform them of our class.

INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL IS OPEN!!!

Many of our students are enrolled in our computer based Cessna or Jeppesen training programs, which allow you to prepare for your flight lessons at your own pace. For those of you who would like a more structured classroom training program, we offer a 24-hour ground school. Classes will be twice a week for four weeks and are given by one of our FAA certified ground instructors. Class will be held at our ISP location.

WEEKDAY CLASSES FOR INSTRUMENT PILOT – $350.00*
FOUR WEEK COURSE: Start Date: Tue, April 3rd
TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM at ISP

This ground course is based on the Jeppesen Instrument Flying Handbook. A copy will be required before starting the course. Students will obtain a full 24 hours of ground from our Certified Flight and Ground Instructor using various power-point presentations. Students will learn a variety of subjects from airplane instruments, attitude flying, navigation, regs, ATC, approaches, aeromedical factors, weather, IFR flights, etc. Stage quizzes and a final exam will be given during the course. A sign off for the FAA knowledge exam will be given by your instructor upon attaining a grade of 90% or more on two exams.

Note: Minimum of 3 students required.
*$400 for non-MIAS enrolled students