The practical training consists of at least 30 hours of flight instruction and is divided into 2 stages:
You will obtain the foundation for all future instructor training.
You will become familiar with the training airplane and learn how the airplane controls are used to establish and maintain specific flight attitudes and ground tracks from the instructor’s side of the airplane.
You will also gain the proficiency to train a student to fly solo in the training airplane in the traffic pattern.
You will obtain the foundation for all future instructor training related to advanced training with the main focus on cross-country operations.
You will gain the proficiency to train a student to fly solo in the training airplane on cross-country flights. Furthermore, the student will do some flight training at night time to review night flying procedures.
After the successful completion of the required flight hours, students will have their final check-ride with a certified examiner by the local aviation authority.
The CFI (Certified Flight Instructor) License and CFII (Certified Flight Instructor – Instrument) The license will allow you to train future aspiring pilots. With a CFI license, you will be able to teach students from their PPL (Private Pilot License) all the way up to their CPL (Commercial Pilot License).
10 hours of flight with an instructor
When you get your CFII rating you will then also, be able to teach your students Instrument flight to obtain their IR (Instrument Rating). Instructing is an excellent experience and big the first step as a professional pilot.