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  • Specialized Helicopters 150 Aviation Way Watsonville, CA, 95076 United States (map)


Class schedule:
July 9th. 2018 - August 17th, 2018 (6 weeks)

M,W,F 6:00PM-8:00PM

35 hours of Classroom training

This is a complete FAA part 141 program for learning all that you need to pass the FAA written exam. Our FAA authorized course gives you the ground training needed to learn to fly airplanes and get ready for the practical and written exams.
- You will be required to take the FAA written and /or flight exams separately

- No guarantees of passing are expressed or implied.
- We are an FAA authorized Written exam center so you can take your written test at our facility if you choose.

Cost per person - $499
Price includes:
35 classroom hours ($1,225 Value)
Books and Materials ($203.70 Value)


Course Objective:
The objective of this syllabus is for the student to gain the necessary aeronautical knowledge to meet the requirements for taking the FAA Airplane Private Pilot Written Exam.

The student must be able to read, write speak, and understand the English language.
Experience Requirements for a Private Pilot Certificate Include:
35 hours of Ground Training (No minimum time is specified for Part 61 programs.)

Private Pilot Ground Course:
The Private Pilot Certificate is made up of 2 requirements: Aeronautical Skill and Aeronautical Knowledge. This syllabus is written to satisfy the ground training requirements under 14 CFR Part 141 but is equally effective for 14 CFR Part 61  programs. The syllabus is in four Stages. Each stage must be completed in 30 days, not to be more than 90 days.

Testing Procedures:
Each Lesson contains a reading assignment associated with the Ground Training program. The review questions following each chapter will test the student’s understanding of the material covered throughout the ground lesson and must be answered prior to moving on to the next Lesson. A Stage Exam is included with each stage, testing the student
on the ground Training material covered throughout the stage. This exam must be passed with a minimum score of 80%, and reconciled to 100%, in order to proceed to the next Stage.