Are You Ready To Get In The Sky?
What You Will Learn
Learn about the FAA requirements to becoming a pilot.
Understand the 3 stages of training.
Learn how to find a flight school and instructor.
Learn about different training aircraft.
How to get your FAA medical and FAA Student Pilot License
Learn tips and tricks on how to save time and money on your flight training.
No experience required to attend this free course
Becoming a pilot is a dream for many; unfortunately, most people don’t know where to begin. Our free class is designed to help anyone understand the path ahead, become familiar with the jargon and requirements and gain clarity on their aviation dreams! Join our FREE class today to gain a comprehensive overview of the pilot journey.
• Free Class
• Professional and proven lead instructor
• Learn the path to becoming a pilot and the expenses
• Discover what licenses there are and the requirements
• Understand the difference between an FAA Part 61 & FAA Part 141 School
• Gain an understanding of common aircraft and their capabilities
Comprehensive Aviation Overview
There is a lot to take in when you enter the world of aviation. It can be very intimidating and even scare people away. At Checkride Prep, we provide a simple, easy-to-understand and informative overview of the aviation journey.
By the end of this free class, you will have an excellent understanding of what you need to do and how to achieve it. We will break everything down into digestible steps to provide clarity and a path forward. Hit the ground running and start your journey with confidence with Checkride Prep.
What License Is Right For You?
Learn the difference between private, instrument, commercial licenses etc. We will go over what each license is for, what privileges it provides and how to achieve it. By the end of the webinar, you will be able to make an informed decision on what license you want and the best path forward.
FAA Medical Requirements
There is more to flying than simply handling aircraft. You also have to ensure you are in proper medical condition to fly. There are three types of FAA Medical Classes we will discuss, including what they are for and which one you will need.
Who this course is for:
- This course is open to all students, regardless of age or background who have an interest in becoming a pilot.
Difference Between FAA Pilot Certificates
How to Become a Pilot Lecture
Private Pilot Checklist