FLY200 - Flight Training

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Subject Title
Flight Training

Subject Description
This course prepares the student for: solo flight to the practice area, cross country navigation, introductory instrument flying, basic Pilot Decision Making (PDM) and skills development required for the successful completion of the Transport Canada Private Pilot Flight Test.

Credit Status
One Credit

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Anticipate possible problems during flight well in advance in order to avoid difficult or dangerous situations.

2. Make effective use of all available resources in flight and on the ground.

3. Actively monitor weather, aircraft systems, instruments and ATC communications during flight.

4. Organize cockpit resources well during flight.

5. Eliminate distractions during high workload situations in flight.

6. Maintain proper control of the aircraft by eliminating drift during take-offs and landings.

7. Fly the aircraft with an increasing degree of competence consistent the requirements of the aircraft POH and the Seneca College Training Manual.

8. Perform normal, short field and soft field take-offs and landings.

9. Perform forced approaches according the standards listed in the Seneca College Training Manual.

10. Fly an accurate circuit maintaining correct position and separation from other aircraft

11. Comply with circuit entry and departure procedures.

12. Comply with established circuit patterns.

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