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CFI Forum - Issues and Best Practices
CFI Forum - Issues and Best Practices
Date and Time:
Thursday, February 22, 2018, starting at 16:00 Eastern Standard Time Download Calendar File
Paul Palmisciano, DPE, FAASTeam Rep
Brief Description:

This presentation will review: 

The 4th Quarter FY 2017 Forum asked more than 350 CFIs in 38 venues for input on topics of concern to flight instructors.  They were asked to collaborate on site to select best instructional practices associated with each of 5 Topics:

  • Airman Certification Standards
  • Best instructional practices for avoiding Loss of Control events.
  • Best instructional practices for safe operations in the National Airspace System
  • Ranking of common General Aviation accident precursors in order of importance to CFIs
    • Best instructional practices for mitigating each identified precursor
  • General thoughts and observations on current CFI issues.



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Location of Seminar:
Gordon K. Bush Ohio University Airport
747 Columbia Rd.
Albany, OH 45710
Directions to Venue:

The FBO is located on the right as you come into the airport entrance.


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Yes  UNI
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Sponsoring Division:
Columbus FAASTeam
Contact Information:
Phone: (614) 255-3120 ext. 3014
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Sponsor: Gordon K. Bush Ohio University Airport

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Credit Applicability:
1 Credit for Basic Knowledge Topic 3
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