For those that want to build teaching experience, a Flight Instructor Instrument Certificate is the next step so that you may teach Instrument Students.
To enroll in the Instrument flight instructor course, you must hold a commercial pilot certificate and an instrument rating or airline transport pilot certificate with an aircraft category and class for which the course applies.
|15 hours – Cessna 172R|
|10 hours – Flight Instruction|
|11 hours – Ground Instruction|
|8 hours – Stage Check|
Each lesson is fully described within the syllabus, including the objectives, standards, and measurable units of accomplishment and learning for each lesson.
The objectives and standards for each stage are described within the Syllabus.
* The actual training cost depends on the rate of learning of each student.
** In each of the above examples, the cost of study materials, charts and examiner’s fee are in addition to the flight training expense.