Flight Simulator Training – Part 4

Writing lesson plans

Professional pilots, and many who own an aircraft, train on a regularly scheduled basis. This training is done using simulators at an authorised training centre/provider. Such training includes ground school lessons about the aircraft systems and performance. The simulator training is mostly in IFR conditions. Pilots will experience various system failures in each lesson/scenario. The pilot, or crew, must demonstrate flying ability to high standards in order to pass the training. Practising risk management is one of the major benefits of simulator training. You can also benefit from this training.

If you would like to experience this type of training to improve your abilities flying a PC aircraft, you can learn to write your own lesson plans. Here are some suggested lessons.

First, set up a schedule of how often you will conduct training. Secondly, write a list of what subjects you will study before the simulator training begins. Then thirdly, write a lesson plan.

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