Assistant Flying Instructor course

The course requires that you complete a minimum of 15 hours flying and a minimum of 40 hours ground school. This normally takes between 15 and 20 days. You can work five days a week or you can give yourself more time for the homework by attending two or three days a week.



The course is a demanding one with the aim of teaching you to be able to teach. You will practice pre-flight briefings, teaching in the air, preparing lectures and answering student questions. There are pre-entry requirements which include a written exam and a flight test; both can be taken with us.