Instructors

Do you like to teach instrument flying? PlC, the industry leader in Instrument Flight Training, is always looking to add experienced and safety-conscious CFII’s, to teach our 10-Day IFR course, IFR Finish Up course, and IFR Refresher course at client locations.

PIC contracts with individual clients, who are private pilots, to provide training for the instrument rating at the client’s location. The job involves 10-day assignments, shorter finish up assignments at locations throughout the United States.  You may live in any part of the country. You travel to the client’s home with an FAA approved portable simulator and work with the client eight hours per day. You conduct the training on the simulator and the flight instruction in the client’s airplane.

Our clients are generally busy, gifted people who have succeeded in their careers and many have achieved an unusual level of affluence. They expect and demand expertise, dedication, and professionalism. Their airplanes are usually high performance and well equipped with state-of-the-art avionics. Meeting and working with people of this caliber is one of the attractive benefits of being a PIC instructor.

Some other benefits of being a PIC instructor:

  • Schedule flexibility. Take time off whenever you want.
  • Technically advanced simulators.
  • Do only advanced training. No student pilots.
  • Seven-day-a-week technical support from PIC Operations.
  • PIC’s custom instrument curriculum.

Plus, as an aviation educator, you like to see your student progress and achieve their goal. The PIC course enhances this as you train full time, so there is little or no learning loss between sessions. The student finishes the rating in 10 days rather than dragging it out over many months or years. As a PIC instructor you finish the student and move on, rather than experiencing the frustration of getting bogged down in the, “two steps forward, one back” pace of training in your local area.

To qualify as a PIC instructor, you must possess CFI Airplane and CFI Instrument, and a third class medical or have completed the BasicMed requirements. You must have experience flying or teaching IFR with any of the Garmin GNS or GTN model units and the G1000 system. You should also have at least 3,000 hours of flight time and sufficient CFII and actual IFR experience.

Call us at 1-888-886-6671, Monday to Friday 9 AM to 5 PM Eastern.

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