Additional Event Information & Acknowledgement of Industry Sponsor(s):
This is a Nationally Scheduled, FAA Approved, Industry Conducted Flight Instructor Refresher Course (FIRC).
The course will be taught by Scott Johnson, the 2011 Great Lakes Region FAA Safety Team Representative of the year and Tyra Cerny, the 2012 Minnesota FAASTeam Representative of the year. It may include other instructors, CFI Interns, and guest speakers who work as professional pilots or designated pilot examiners.
There is a fee to attend this event, which is due on, or before, the first night of class, and also textbook fees upon ordering. Please contact Scott Johnson, or see the web link below, for details. Register and pay your course fees in advance and receive a 20% discount. See website for details.
Individual instruction will be available outside of class, for an additional fee, if needed. The course materials are the 2013 Gleim CFI course and syllabi, FAR AIM and the new FAA Handbooks on Flight Instructing and Risk Management. Textbooks ordered through Stick-n-Rudder Flight Training receive free shipping.
Additional information is available on-line at http://www.sticknrudder.com/schedules.html
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WINGS credit is available for this program. If you wish to receive WINGS credit for attending this seminar please pre-register at this site. When you pre-register for seminars, you insure that credit is correctly applied to you. When you attend the program a WINGS credit sheet will be available at the registration desk. The WINGS credit sheet is what actually gets you WINGS credit for attending the event. Make sure you initial it next to your name. You may also obtain WINGS credit by adding your name and email address to the WINGS credit sheet at the seminar, but if you do this, please make sure that the email address you use is registered on www.faasafety.gov. You must have an email address to receive WINGS credit.
For more information on the new WINGS program, click on WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program on the www.faasafety.gov site, or ask a FAASTeam Representative for assistance with the program.