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The Complete, Private Pilot, Syllabus Fourth Edition. Flight and Ground Training, Private Pilot Certification Course Airplane. Meets 14 CFR Part 141 and Part 61 Requirements, Includes Sport Pilot Certification Course Airplane. Aviation Supplies and Academics Inc, 7005 132nd Place SE. Newcastle WA 98059 3153, The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus.
Fourth Edition, 1994 2011 Aviation Supplies Academics Inc. All rights reserved Published 2011, This syllabus is designed to be used with the textbook. The Complete Private Pilot by Bob Gardner, Aviation Supplies Academics Inc. 7005 132nd Place SE, Newcastle Washington 98059 3153. Email asa asa2fly com, Visit the ASA website often as any updates due to FAA regulatory.
and procedural changes will be posted there www asa2fly com. Printed in the United States of America, 2014 2013 2012 2011 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1. ASA PPT S4, ISBN 1 56027 866 8, 978 1 56027 866 5, ii The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus. Student Information v, Introduction vii, Private Pilot Course Hours viii. Stage 1 Solo Flight 1, Flight Lesson 1 2, Ground Lesson 1 3. Flight Lesson 2 4, Flight Lesson 3 6, Ground Lesson 2 8.
Flight Lesson 4 9, Flight Lesson 5 11, Ground Lesson 3 12. Flight Lesson 6 13, Flight Lesson 7 Pre Solo Exam 14. Ground Lesson 4 Stage 1 Exam 15, Flight Lesson 8 16. Solo Endorsements 17, Flight Lesson 9 Stage 1 Check 18. Stage 2 Cross Country 19, Ground Lesson 5 20, Flight Lesson 10 21.
Flight Lesson 11 23, Ground Lesson 6 24, Flight Lesson 12 25. Alternate Airport Endorsement 26, Flight Lesson 13 26. Ground Lesson 7 27, Flight Lesson 14 28, Flight Lesson 15 29. Ground Lesson 8 30, The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus iii. Flight Lesson 16 31, Flight Lesson 17 32, Ground Lesson 9 Stage 2 Exam 34.
Flight Lesson 18 35, Cross Country Endorsements 36. Flight Lesson 19 Stage 2 Check 37, Stage 3 Pilot Operations 39. Ground Lesson 10 40, Flight Lesson 20 41, Flight Lesson 21 42. Ground Lesson 11 43, Flight Lesson 22 43, Flight Lesson 23 44. Ground Lesson 12 Stage 3 Exam and Final Exam 45, Flight Lesson 24 Stage 3 Check 45.
Flight Lesson 25 46, Private Pilot Endorsements 47. Checkride Checklist 47, Pre Solo Exam 49, Stage Exams 53. Stage 1 Exam 53, Stage 2 Exam 65, Stage 3 Exam 79, Final Exam 85. Appendix Appendix 1, Sport Pilot Addendum Appendix 2. Answers to Exam Questions Appendix 5, Enrollment Certificate Appendix 7.
Graduation Certificate Appendix 7, Private Pilot Certificate Application FAA Form 8710 1 Appendix 8. iv The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus, Student Information. Last First Middle, Street If mailing address is P O Box please list both. City State Zip Country, Home Business Other, Emergency Contact. Name Phone, Private Pilot course enrollment Sport Pilot course enrollment.
Enrollment notice to FAA Part 141, Student Pilot Medical Certificate Issue Date Class. Previous School, Training credit transfer, Flight Ground. Record of Aircraft Checkouts, Date Make Model Instructor Signature. Record of Course Completion, Private Pilot Sport Pilot FAA Knowledge Examination. Date Score, Graduation Certificate, Date Issued, Private Pilot Sport Pilot FAA Practical Test.
Date Results, The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus v. vi The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus, Introduction. The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus is designed to work with The Complete Private Pilot Eleventh Edition by. Bob Gardner This textbook can be used in the ground training sessions outlined in Stages 1 3 In addition recom. mended readings from ASA s Private Pilot Test Prep are given for the ground training sessions. Enrollment Prerequisites, The student must be able to read speak write and understand the English language and meet the physical stan. dards for a third class medical certificate prior to enrollment and must possess a valid student pilot certificate and. a third class medical certificate or higher prior to completion of Flight Lesson 8 Stage 1 Students must be 16. years old to solo and 17 years old to earn a private pilot certificate. Training Course Objectives, The student will obtain the aeronautical skill and experience necessary to meet the requirements of a private pilot. certificate with an airplane category and single engine land class rating and the aeronautical knowledge neces. sary to pass the FAA Knowledge Exam, Course Completion Standards.
The student will demonstrate through flight tests written tests and school records the necessary aeronautical skill. knowledge and experience to pass the FAA Private Pilot Knowledge Exam and obtain a private pilot certificate. with an airplane category and a single engine land class rating Each Task under each Area of Operation in the. Private Pilot Practical Test Standards will have been accomplished by the student. The instructor will not sign off any Task until the student is able to explain and or demonstrate the elements of. the procedure or maneuver as required by the Practical Test Standards. Training Syllabus, The 35 0 hours of flight training and 35 0 hours of ground training as required by 14 CFR Part 141 40 0 hours of. flight training and no minimum time for ground training is specified for Part 61 programs will be accomplished. in three stages Each of these instructional units is described in the following pages The aeronautical experience. must include 35 0 hours in an airplane however a ground training device acceptable to the Administrator of. the Federal Aviation Administration may be substituted for 20 percent of the required time if the ground trainer. complies with 14 CFR Part 141 41 a and may be substituted for 15 percent of the required time if the ground. trainer complies with 14 CFR Part 141 41 b A Basic Aviation Training Device Basic ATD may be used for 2 5. hours of the required time, Hours shown for each lesson for flight training preflight briefing and post flight critique are offered as a. guide to the instructor Specified minimum times for an entire stage must be complied with but time used for an. individual lesson may be adjusted to the student s needs The instructor is responsible for ensuring all require. ments are met, At points where normal student progress should meet the requirements of the Practical Test Standards for a. Task included in an Area of Operation the Area of Operation and Task are listed under Completion Standards. however it is not mandatory that the instructor sign off the Task in order for the lesson to be considered complete. The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus vii, Private Pilot Course Hours. This syllabus complies with 14 CFR Part 141 requirements To follow a Part 61 curriculum add 5 hours of solo flight. time for a total of 40 hours Part 61 requires 10 hours of solo time including 5 hours of solo cross country with. the long cross country being 150 NM, Ground instruction for Flight Lessons include preflight briefings and post flight critiques.
14 CFR Part 141 requires 20 hours of dual flight 5 hours of solo flight and a total of 35 hours flight time for the Private Pilot Certificate. Those flights tagged with an asterisk indicate the flights which may be conducted either Dual or Solo at the instructor s discretion. Flight Dual Solo Dual X C Solo X C Dual Night Solo Night Instrument Ground. Flight Flight Instruction Instruction, Flight 1 1 0 1 0. Ground 1 1 5, Flight 2 1 0 0 5, Flight 3 1 0 0 25 0 5. Ground 2 1 5, Flight 4 1 0 0 25 0 5, Flight 5 1 0 0 25 0 5. Ground 3 1 5, Flight 6 1 0 0 5, Flight 7 1 0 0 25 0 5 Pre. Ground 4 1 5, Stage 1 Exam, Flight 8 0 5 0 5 0 5, Stage Check 1 0 0 25 0 5.
Ground 5 1 5, Flight 10 1 5 0 25 0 5, Flight 11 0 5 0 5 0 5. Ground 6 1 5, Flight 12 1 0 0 5, Flight 13 1 5 0 5. Ground 7 1 5, Flight 14 1 0 0 5, Flight 15 1 0 0 25 0 5. viii The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus, Flight Dual Solo Dual X C Solo X C Dual Night Solo Night Instrument Ground. Flight Flight Instruction Instruction, Stage 2 cont.
Ground 8 1 5, Flight 16 1 0 1 0 0 25 1 0, Flight 17 2 0 2 0 2 0. Ground 9 1 5, Flight 18 2 5 2 5, airport 1 0, Stage Check 1 0 1 0. 5 TOL 0 25 0 5, Ground 10 1 5, Flight 20 3 0 3 0 1 0. Flight 21 4 0 4 0 1 0, Ground 11 1 5, Flight 22 1 5 0 25 0 5. Flight 23 1 0 1 0, Ground 12 1 5 Stage 3, Final Exam.
Stage Check 1 5 0 25 1 0, Flight 25 1 5 0 25 1 0, Totals 20 0 5 0 3 0 2 5 3 0 3 0 35 0. 40 hrs Part 61 10 10, 35 hrs Part 141 optional optional. Includes 3 hours prep for checkride, Part 61 programs require 10 hours of solo flight. Including 1 X C more than 100 NM 3 points for Part 141 programs Part 61 programs require. 5 0 hours solo X C with the long flight being 150 NM. Including 1 X C of more than 100 NM and 10 takeoffs and landings TOL. The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus ix, x The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus. Stage 1 Solo Flight, Flight Training, 8 5 Hours Dual 1 25 Hours Instrument.
0 5 Hour Solo, Objectives, The student will be instructed in all the basic flying procedures and skills necessary for the first solo flight. Completion Standards, The Stage will be completed when the student satisfactorily passes the Stage 1 check and is able to conduct solo. Ground Training, 11 0 Hours, Pre Solo Exam, Stage 1 Exam. In Stage 1 the student will be introduced to a typical general aviation airplane learn the airplane s parts and how it. is constructed The student will learn the basics of aerodynamics will be introduced to airplane engines and instru. ments will learn how to perform weight and balance calculations and how to use handbook information to predict. aircraft performance, Completion Standards, Stage 1 will be complete when the student has taken the Stage 1 written examination and has achieved a minimum. passing score of 80 percent The instructor will discuss and resolve all incorrect answers with the student before. going on to Stage 2, Stage 1 Solo Flight 1, Flight Lesson 1.
Dual 1 0 Hour, Pre Postflight 1 0 Hour, Objectives. The student will be familiarized with the aircraft its operating characteristics cabin controls instruments systems. preflight procedures use of checklists and safety precautions The student will practice climbs straight and level. flight turns and descents, 1 Preflight discussion, 2 Preflight inspection. a Aircraft status maintenance writeups etc, b Aircraft and engine logbooks inspection status. c External inspection, d Servicing procedures fuel grade oil type and quantity. e Ground handling and safety propeller cautions, f Required documents AROW.
g Placards and limitation markings, h Seat adjustment and check of locking mechanism. i Hobbs meter tachometer entries, j Stowage of tow bar etc. k All doors and hatches secured, 3 Introduction, a Special Emphasis Areas discussion positive aircraft control positive exchange of flight controls stall spin. awareness collision avoidance wake turbulence avoidance LAHSO runway incursion avoidance con. trolled flight into terrain aeronautical decision making checklist usage. b Starting and taxiing, c Runup significance of items checked. d Takeoff pattern departure and initial climb, e Level off straight and level flight trim.
f Medium banked turns, g Descents, h Traffic pattern entry approach and landing. i Radio communication microphone use, j Climbing turns VR and IR. 1 Left turning tendency torque factors, 2 Relate 10 bank IR to natural horizon. 3 Rudder use for entry and recovery from banked flight. 4 Fill out enrollment certificate See Page Appendix 5. 5 Postflight critique and preview of next lesson, 2 The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus. Completion Standards, The student will be able to maintain straight and level flight with a tolerance of 200 feet in altitude and 20 in.
heading to perform climbs descents turn entries and turn recoveries with proper rudder use 1 2 ball width and. to explain proper control use for straight and level flight turns climbs and descents The student will understand. and be able to explain pitch bank and airspeed limits. Date of completion Time flown, Instructor signature Student initials. Ground Lesson 1, Reading Assignment, The Complete Private Pilot Lesson 1. Lesson Content, Fuselage construction, Airplane components. Lift development components of the lift equation, Lift thrust and drag. Axes of rotation center of lift vs center of gravity. Control effects, Stability longitudinal and lateral.
Turn dynamics, Stalls and spins, Date of completion Lesson time. Instructor signature Student initials, Recommended Reading Private Pilot Test Prep Chapter 1. Stage 1 Solo Flight 3, Flight Lesson 2, Dual 1 0 Hour. Pre Postflight 0 5 Hour, Objectives, The student will review the maneuvers covered in Lesson 1 The instructor will introduce climbing turns slow flight. power off stalls and steep turns as exercises in coordination. 1 Preflight discussion, 2 Starting and taxiing, a Use of checklist.
b Engine start discuss priming and flooded starts, c Runup and pre takeoff checklist Student explains each action. 3 Takeoff and departure initial climb, a Application of power rudder use. b Takeoff trim elevator use and takeoff attitude, c Clearing turns while climbing. Email asa asa2 y com Visit the ASA website often The Complete Private Pilot Syllabus is designed to work with The Complete Private Pilot Eleventh Edition by

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