PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
In this course you will learn the basics of aviation and the FAA required subjects for the PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE. We will cover the most confusing and challenging subjects, explain aviation terminology and introduce you to the aviation world.
This course was designed by our team of experts to help you as a student pilot to pass your AIRPLANE SINGLE ENGINE LAND PRIVATE PILOT knowledge test, and to prepare you for the final ORAL EXAM.
NOTE: It is very important to follow the steps recommended by PILOT IN TRAINING in order to save time, money and get the most out of this course.
Ground Lesson 1: AIRPLANE AERODYNAMICS
Ground Lesson 2: AIRPLANE SYSTEMS
Ground Lesson 3: THE FLIGHT ENVIRONMENT
Ground Lesson 4: FAR/AIM
Ground Lesson 5: W&B AND PERFORMANCE
Ground Lesson 6: AEROMEDICAL FACTORS, HUMAN FACTORS AND AERONAUTICAL DECISION MAKING
Ground Lesson 7: AVIATION WEATHER
Ground Lesson 8: NAVIGATION, FLIGHT PLANNING.
FAA RECOMMENDATION FOR A STUDENT PILOT
You should recognize the advantages of planning a definite study program and following it as closely as possible. Haphazard or disorganized study habits usually result in an unsatisfactory score on the knowledge test. The ideal study program would be to enroll in a formal ground school course. This offers the advantages of a professional instructor as well as facilities and training aids designed for pilot instruction. Many of these schools use audiovisual aids or programmed instruction materials to supplement classroom instruction.
Experience has shown that the knowledge test is more meaningful, and is more likely to result in a satisfactory grade, if it is taken after beginning the flight portion of the training. For optimum benefit, it is recommended that the knowledge test be taken after the student has completed a solo cross-country flight. The operational knowledge gained by this experience can be used to advantage in the knowledge test.
Computer testing centers have been certified to administer FAA knowledge tests. You will be charged a reasonable fee for the administration of FAA knowledge tests. You can locate a computer testing center Online, or contact the local FSDO for more information.
GL2 Airplane Systems
Power Plant (Piston Engine)
Fuel System (Carburetor)
Fuel System (Injected)
Flight Instruments (Steam gauges)