The question often asked is: What do I do once
I have completed my Commercial Pilot Licence?
Who is going to employ me? This is never an easy
answer. Flying is like any other work activity;
in the sense that the better qualified you are
the better your chances of finding work.
An instructor's rating will give you the edge
over a pilot who does not have the rating,
providing you with one more avenue that you can
gain hours and experience. It also adds experience
and value to your CV and career in aviation.
The instructor's rating consists of two basic
- Theory and examinations
- Practical flying.
You need to complete 20 hours of ground
preparation in which you cover all the ground
You will prepare and present these lessons
they are of a satisfactory standard.
Once you have completed this phase you will
the SACAA exams.
The second phase of the training will
be to complete 20 hours of flight training
Once you have completed the above you
will be a qualified Gr III flight
Rating (GR III) Quotation
Instructor's briefing & course Instructor's
practical ground preparation and air exercise
hours of dual flight instructor's patter
Instructor Test SA CAA certified DE
of Flight Instructor's Rating
Payment Terms: At enrolment students are required to contact Accounts to make payment.