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Training Videos For Students

Unlike written test prep videos, these videos are designed with the student in mind, simplifying things to make them easier to understand for easier recall.

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Videos are Separated by Subject and Linked to Associated Lesson

FAA Regulations
Pilot Certification & Training

Principles of Flight
Pressure and Density Altitude
How an Airplane Flies

Aerodynamics of Flight
Forces on an Aircraft in Flight
Lift & Angle of Attack
Parasite Drag / Induced Drag
Wake Turbulence
Ground Effect
Axes of Rotation
Stability
Left Turning Tendencies

Aircraft and Aircraft Systems
Aircraft Construction
Primary & Secondary Flight Controls & Trim
Leading Edge Devices
Propeller, Landing Gear & Brakes
The Powerplant
The Fuel System
Intake, Oil & Cooling
Heat and Exhaust
The Electrical System
Placards & Instrument Markings

Airspace
A, B, C & D Airspace
E & G Airspace
TRSA Airspace
Weather Minimums & Special VFR Temporary Flight Restrictions
Special Use Airspace & SFRA

Airport Operations
Airport and Weather Information
Traffic Pattern Procedures
Airport Signs, Lights & Markings Transponder Requirements

Radio Communication
Description of Radios and Use Communication & Lost Comm Communication with FSS
Special VFR Clearance

Weather Reports and Forecasts Weather Briefing & Zulu Time
Radar & Convective Activity
Surface Analysis & Surface Prog
Icing Forecast
AIRMETs

VOR and GPS Use
Description of a VOR
Description of the VOR Indicator Triangulation / Lost Procedures Intercepting & Tracking a Radial
Flying To & Passing Over a VOR
Basic GPS Functions & Use

Weather Theory
Atmospheric Composition & Stability Wind, Pressure & Temperature Precipitation and Clouds
Air Masses and Fronts

Systems and Equipment Malfunctions and Emergencies
The Engine & How it Works
The Carburetor, Carb Ice & Heat
Fuel System, Mixture & Throttle
The Oil System
Problem Solving Power Loss Issues
The Electrical System
Vacuum System & Gyro Instruments
The Pitot Static System & EFD
Gear, Flaps & Other Malfunctions Problem Solving Equipment Issues

Night Operations
Night and Civil Twilight
Requirements and Precautions

Aeromedical Factors
Hypoxia and Other Issues
Drugs and Alcohol
Scuba Diving and Flying
Hazardous Attitudes & Optical Illusions

Risk Management
The Pave Checklist
Aeronautical Decision Making
Situational Awareness & CFIT

Performance Charts
Pressure / Density Altitude
Takeoff / Climb Performance
Cruise Performance
Landing / Crosswind Component
Weight and Balance

Flight Planning
Destination, Course & Checkpoints
Wind / Groundspeed Calculations Variation & Deviation Corrections
Time and Fuel to Checkpoints
ICAO Flight Plan

FAA Subjects Are Organized Into Lessons That Are Easy to Find

Everything in the ACS is Organized Into a Related Ground and Flight Lesson and References Included FAA Material

Organize Training Subjects Into Lessons That Are Easy to Find

EACH LESSON IS FLEXIBLE BUT FOLLOWS A NATURAL BUILDING BLOCK APPROACH TO TRAINING

Click Below to See All Lessons – The Actual Version Will Link to Each Lesson

LESSONS 1 - 16

Day 1 – Basic Aircraft Control

Day 2 – Climbing & Descending Turns, Traffic Pattern & Radio Communication Procedures

Day 3 – Aircraft Systems and System Malfunctions (Ground Lesson)

Day 4 – Steep Turns and Slow Flight

Day 5 – Ground Reference Maneuvers

Day 6 – Weather Charts (Ground Lesson)

Day 7 – Stalls and Spin Awareness

Day 8 – Emergency Procedures

Day 9 – Airspace, Review of Aviation Charts and Chart Supplement Information (Ground Lesson)

Day 10 – Abnormal Engine Start Procedures, Taxiing and Normal Takeoffs and Landings

Day 11 – Aborted Takeoffs & Landings and Forward Slips to Landing

Day 12 – Diversions & a Flight to Another Airport for a Review of Pattern Work and Communication

Day 13 – VOR’s, Navigation Aids, Radar Services & Lost Procedures

Day 14 – Basic Instrument Maneuvers / Power off Landings With and Without Flaps

Day 15 – Student Supervised Solo

Day 16 – Constant Airspeed Climbs & Descents, and Unusual Attitudes (Instrument Maneuvers)

LESSONS 17 - 35

Day 17 – Short Field Takeoffs & Landings

Day 18 – Human Factors (Ground Lesson)

Day 19 – Soft Field Takeoffs & Landings

Day 20 – Instrument Maneuvers – Radio Communication, Navigation Systems & Facilities, and Radar Services

Day 21 – Cross Country Flight Planning / Performance Charts (Ground Lesson)

Day 22 – Dual Cross Country

Day 23 – Night Takeoffs and Landings

Day 24 – Night Cross Country

Day 25 – First Solo Cross Country

Day 26 – Second Solo Cross Country

Day 27 – Review Maneuvers

Day 28 – Begin Oral Exam Preparation

Day 29 – Continue Oral Exam Review

Day 30 – Continue Oral Exam Review

Day 31 – Checkride Prep (Flight Portion)

Day 32 – Continue Oral Exam Review

Day 33 – Continue Oral Exam Review

Day 34 – Checkride Prep (Flight Portion)

Day 35 – Logbook Review & Endorsements

References to Suggested Study Material Are Added to Each Lesson

Sample Below Shows the Student What They Need to Study to Prepare for Each Lesson Referencing FAA and Other Material

Sample Lesson: Day 22 – Dual Cross Country

This will be a dual cross country flight with the student. It is recommended to choose a destination of around 60 miles or more away. Instruction will be given during the flight, only as needed. The student should attempt to do everything on their own, keeping track of position, times and checkpoints at all times. The student should follow the flight plan, making adjustments as needed while making all radio calls, including activating and closing flight plans. If the student is struggling and it appears that they would get lost if they were alone, then this lesson should be repeated.

Time Needed For This Lesson – 3:15

View Suggested Study Material For This Lesson Here

Video Training
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Performance Charts
Flight Planning    

Pilot Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge (PHAK)
Chapter 10 – Weight and Balance
Chapter 11 – Aircraft Performance
Chapter 16 – Navigation

Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) – Pilot Operating Handbook (POH)
Section 5 – Performance Charts (Specific to Your Airplane)
Section 6 – Weight and Balance Charts (Specific to Your Aircraft)

Day 22 – Knowledge Lesson

 

Knowledge Lesson (Estimated Lesson Time)

1 hour

 

75 – Review Flight Plans

a. Instructor will review the students weather notes

b. Instructor will review the flight plans and correct mistakes

c. Answer last minute questions and begin trip

d. The student will file the flight plans before walking out the door to fly

 

Ability to identify, assess and mitigate risks associated with the following:

e. Poor cockpit management

f. Lack of awareness of the direction for the nearest VMC in case a diversion is needed

g. Failure to recognize deteriorating weather

Day 22 – Flight Lesson & Associated Ground Instruction

 

Flight and Associated Ground Instruction Lesson (Estimated Lesson Time)

Flight time – 1.6 hours
Ground time – 10 minutes
Pre-flight / Post-flight – 30 minutes

 

76 – Dual Cross Country Flight

a. Compare flight to planned fuel consumption and times over waypoints while dead reckoning

b. Follow the preplanned course by reference to landmarks

c. Identify landmarks by relating surface features to chart symbols

d. Navigate by means of pre-computed headings, groundspeeds, and elapsed time

e. Demonstrate use of the magnetic direction indicator in navigation, to include turns to headings

f. Correct for and record the differences between preflight groundspeed, fuel consumption, and heading calculations and those determined enroute.

g. Verify the airplane’s position within 3 nautical miles of the flight-planned route

h. Arrive at the enroute checkpoints within 5 minutes of the initial or revised estimated time of arrival and provide a destination estimate

i. Maintain the selected altitude, ±200 feet and headings, ±15°

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