The purpose of this lesson is to:
· provide the pilot-in-training with an overview of flight training, the Private Pilot Airplane Course, scenario-based training, learner centered grading, and single pilot resource management.
· discuss the privileges and limitations of the Private Pilot Certificate and the use of the Private Pilot Airplane Airmen Certification Standards, policies and procedures, additional certificates and ratings, and human factors.
Introduce the pilot-in-training to pre-flighting and
post-flighting the training aircraft.
You are a student pilot beginning your training to become a private pilot.
Study these chapters in the Jeppesen Private Pilot Textbook and answer the end-of-section review questions.
|Describe||Flight training process|
|Describe||Flight training providers|
|Describe||The instructor and student relationship|
|Describe||The role of the FAA|
|Describe||Private Pilot Certificate Eligibility Requirements|
|Describe||Private Pilot Privileges and Limitations|
|Describe||Phases of Training Program|
|Describe||Ground and Flight Lesson Structure|
|Describe||Completion standards lessons, stages, course|
|Describe||Exam and preparation|
|Describe||Use of Aviation Training Device|
|Describe||Student Pilot Kit Materials|
|Describe||Role of the ACS during training|
|Describe||Use of the ACS during preparation for the knowledge test and practical test|
|Describe||ACS Integration with Jeppesen Private Pilot Maneuver Guide|
|Describe||Preflight procedures using the checklist|
|Describe||Post-flight procedures using the checklist|
|Describe||Noise Abatement Procedure|
|NotObserved||Risk Management and Safety Procedures|