Submit A Training Practice
The phrase “pilot training best practices” is used globally yet, until now, there has been no neutral database for reference and evaluation. The implications of this are significant — unless a specific training practice is known to be widely used and is documented to be effective, it really should not be described as a “best practice.” It is simply a training practice or technique, nothing more.
There are as many ways to teach flying as there are good instructors. And, each good instructor has developed special ways to guide students toward becoming safe and competent pilots instead of simply accumulating hours to a minimum standard.
What IAFTP is seeking to have posted are those few unique gems of wisdom that every good instructor tries to impart upon his or her students to make them better pilots – at all levels of pilot training.
How do you do this? Will you share an example of a training practice or technique that you use?
Submitting this form is the first step towards possible recognition of your training practice or technique as a “pilot training best practice.” If you are already registered for site access and logged-in (upper right corner of this page), your personal details will be automatically displayed to avoid re-typing.
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