PSF trains student pilots to the AOPA syllabus for JAR-FCL requirements. The training and flying requirements of this are as follows:-
Total flying experience - minimum 45 hours.
The total of 45 hours shall include:
Not less than 10 hours supervised solo flight time.
Not less than 25 hours dual flight instruction under a qualified instructor in an aeroplane fitted with dual controls.
The flying training shall include not less than:
(a) 2 hours stall awareness and spin avoidance training;
(b) Sufficient dual instruction in instrument flying to enable the student to maintain control of the aeroplane if inadvertently encountering instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) and return to visual meteorological conditions (VMC);
(c) 5 hours solo cross-country flight time with at least one cross-country flight of 270km (15Onm), during which full stop landings at two aerodromes different from the aerodrome of departure shall be made.
SUMMARY OF AIR EXERCISES
2. Preparation for and action after flight
4. Effects of controls
6. Straight and level flight
9. Medium turns
10A. Slow flight
12. Take-off and climb
13. Approach and landing
11. Spin avoidance
14. First solo
12/13 Short field take-off and landing, soft field procedures
Glide approaches, powered approaches
12/13E. Emergency procedures (as appropriate)
14B. Circuit departure procedures, local area orientation,
RTF procedures, use of magnetic compass, map
reading, use of radio aids for homing, circuit rejoining.
15. Advanced turning
16 Forced landings without power
17. Precautionary landings
18A. Pilot navigation
18B. Navigation at lower levels
18C. Radio navigation
19. Basic instrument flight
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