Instructor courses are designed for a pilot who holds at least one commercial pilot license and wants to become a flight instructor.

Eligibility Requirements FAA CFI
  Holding a commercial or superior pilot certificate.
  Instrumental FAA (for CFII course).
  Keep an ongoing medical check-up of Class II FAA
  Pass the theory tests
  Pass an oral and flight test with an FAA Examiner

Duration and Course Overview
CFI (consider 3-4 weeks for this course)

This course teaches you the basics of teaching and learning principles. You learn to refine your skills and do one of the toughest things in an airplane besides talking and explaining while flying. Our program offers you the training to become a good flight instructor and teach you the need to become a great flight instructor. Of course this course is conducted by our most experienced flight instructors.

The course includes:
  1 hour knowing
  5 hours under instruction in a Piper Warrior
  8 hours under instruction in a Piper Arrow
  25 hours of ground lesson for the theory and principles of learning
  2 Test Theory

CFII (consider 10 days for this course)
An additional certification.

You will be taught the theory and the methods to follow to teach people to fly under the rules of IFR flight. This course provides the knowledge to develop students' skills and knowledge for instrument flight requirements.

The course includes:
  10 hours of instruction on Cessna 152
  8 hours of fundamentally grounded education and IFR flight instruction techniques
  1 Test Theory

CFI MEI (consider 7 days for this course)
The Multi Engine Instructor needs both to teach and to learn the theory and skills to teach a student how to drive a multi-engine plane.
For this course we provide the most experienced instructors in multi-engine flying.

The course includes:
  14 hours in a Piper Seminole (PA44)
  14 hours flight instruction
  10 hours of theoretical teaching on the ground

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