Train Like You Fly: A Flight Instructor's Guide to Scenario-Based Training

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Aviation Supplies & Academics, Nov 1, 2007 - Transportation - 219 pages
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The first comprehensive guide to scenario-based instruction, this flight instructor's manual combines years of research with the latest studies and proven practices. The concrete guidelines and tips help flight instructors expand their practices to go beyond the FAA practical test standards and numerous topics are covered such as systematic risk reduction, critical thinking, effective grading and evaluation, including past accidents, and tailoring programs to reach specific and individualized goals. Flight instructors will learn how to build effective, creative scenarios for IFR training, advanced training, instrument proficiency checks, and much more.

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About the author (2007)

Arlynn McMahon has worked for 22 years at Aero-Tech flight school where she specializes in aeronautical decision making and risk management. Arlynn has been honored as the 2009 national Flight Instructor of the Year, and she is a NAFI Master Flight Instructor and a Sport Pilot Examiner who holds an Airline Transport Pilot certificate and an FAA Gold Seal. The author of 14 accredited flight courses, she has also written articles for NAFI Mentor, Women in Aviation, and AOPA Flight Training magazine. She lives in Versailles, Kentucky.

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