One size doesn’t fit all when it comes to training
- March 30, 2016
- Posted by: ffcadmin
- Category: Training
At Florida Flight Center we get asked a lot of questions, both technical and operational as students begin their training for certification. To help you understand what to expect during your flight training(s) we have created this series of blogs addressing our most common questions. We hope the information is helpful and if you have any additional questions please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do You Offer Personalized Training?
Florida Flight Center prides ourselves on personalized training and therefore offers all students one-on-one personalized instruction, unless students request to join a group class. Recent evidence based research by the Regional Aviation Safety Group, a division of ICAO, shows that training is not always effective in a “cookie-cutter” style approach. With the constant evolution of technology, there have been 3 clear generations of pilots that can be classified:
- Manual pilots – your “old school” pilots that have a good feel of the aircraft, but may not used to the new glass avionics and automation
- Automated pilots – your newer pilots learning to fly fully automated with glass avionics like the Garmin 1000 system
- Blended pilots – adaptable to both styles
Thus, we have pilots come to us with all different kinds of experience and some having just graduated with their Commercial and Multi-Engine. At FFC, we find the best approach to training is to adjust to your particular skill set. Even the most skilled pilots still get a little nervous before the checkride and can use a refresher.
Whether conducted individually, or as part of group class, FFC ensures all students build knowledge and confidence through personalized training.
Flight training doesn’t have to be intimidating, with Florida Flight Center you will
find your training and Flight Exam a fun and exciting experience!
Upcoming blog topics include: Additional Flight Training Reading Materials.