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Part 141 Pilot Schools Subpart A General. 141.3 Certificate Required To operate as a certified pilot school –Pilot school certificate, or –Provisional.

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1 Part 141 Pilot Schools Subpart A General

2 141.3 Certificate Required To operate as a certified pilot school –Pilot school certificate, or –Provisional pilot school certificate must be issued

3 141.5 Requirements Pilot school certificate issued with associated ratings –Complete application –Hold provisional pilot school certificate for at least 24 calendar month –Meet requirements of ratings sought –Established 80 percent or higher pass rate on knowledge test (first attempt) At least 10 different students graduate from approved training courses

4 141.7 Provisional Pilot School Brand-new pilot school must start with a “provisional pilot school certificate” –Does not meet recent training activity requirements

5 141.11 Pilot School Ratings Certification and ratings courses –Private pilot course –Commercial pilot course –Instrument pilot course –Airline transport pilot course –Flight instructor course –Flight instructor instrument course –Ground instructor course –Additional aircraft category or class rating course –Aircraft type rating course

6 141.11 Pilot School Ratings Special preparation course –Pilot refresher course –Flight instructor refresher course –Ground instructor refresher course –Agricultural aircraft operations course –Special operations course –Test pilot course

7 141.17 Duration of certificate Unless surrendered, suspended, or revoked –Last day of the 24 th calendar month from the month issued –Date of any change in the facilities upon which certificate is based –School has failed for more than 60 days to maintain facilities, aircraft, or personnel required for any approved training courses Change of ownership –Does not terminate if within 30 days after change Application is made for amendment No change in facilities, personnel, or approved training courses

8 141.18 Drugs Any operation involving aircraft –Basis for suspending or revoking certificate

9 141.21 Inspections Inspections may occur –Initial certification –Certificate renewal –Transfer of ownership –Change of main base –Application for additional rating(s) –When FSDO deems inspection necessary

10 141.21 Inspections FAA Inspections may include –Practical tests to chief instructor and assistant chief instructors –Inspect record keeping for compliance with FARs –Aircraft conformity inspection –Base inspection –Satellite bases –Ground trainers, training aids, and other equipment

11 141.23 Advertising May not make any statement relating to its certification and ratings that is false or misleading May not advertise unless clearly differentiates between approved courses and unapproved courses Must promptly remove –From vacated premises, all signs indicating school was certified –All indications (including signs) that school is certificated if Certificate has expired, been surrendered, suspended, or revoked

12 141.25 Business Office Facilities and equipment to maintain required files and records May not be shared with, or used by, another pilot school Before changing location of business office –Submit in writing at least 30 days before change of location –Accompanied by amendments for approved training outline May conduct training operations at other than specified location if –Inspected and approved by FAA –Training and amendments have been approved

13 141.27 Certificate/Rating Renewal Pilot school –May apply within 30 days preceding month certificate expires Must meet minimum requirements earlier (slide 3) –Renewed for additional 24 months –Does not meet renewal requirements May apply for provisional pilot school certificate if meet 141.7 Provisional pilot school –May not have certificate or ratings renewed –May apply for pilot school certificate if requirements of 141.5 are met –Former provisional pilot school may reapply after 180 days since certificate expired

14 Part 141 Pilot Schools Subpart B Personnel, Aircraft, and Facilities Requirements

15 141.33 Personnel Must have adequate personnel –Certified flight instructors –Certified ground instructors –Chief instructor for each approved course Ratings associated with approved course ATP certification program –Hold ATP rating – multiengine class rating –At least 2 years PIC May designate check instructor if student enrollment if at least 10 students

16 141.35 Chief Instructor Commercial pilot certificate or ATP certificate –Current flight instructor certificate –Instrument rating, if required for enrollment PIC recent experience of 61.57 Pass knowledge test on –Teaching methods –Applicable provisions of “Aeronautical Information Manual” –Applicable provisions of Parts 61, 91, and 141 –Objectives and approved course completion standards of the course

17 141.35 Chief Instructor Pass proficiency test on instructional skills and ability to train students on –Flight procedures –Maneuvers appropriate to course Training for recreational/private pilot –At least 1,000 hours PIC –Primary flight training experience Certified flight instructor, or Instructor in a military pilot flight training program –2 years and a total of 500 flight hours, or –1,000 flight hours

18 141.35 Chief Instructor Training for issuance of an instrument rating –At least 100 hours flight time (actual or simulated conditions) –1,000 hours PIC –Instrument flight instructor experience Certified flight instructor, or Instructor in a military pilot flight training program –2 years and a total of 250 flight hours, or –400 flight hours

19 141.35 Chief Instructor Training for issuance other than leading to a recreational/private pilot certificate –2,000 hours PIC –Flight training experience Certified flight instructor, or Instructor in a military pilot flight training program –3 years and a total of 1,000 flight hours, or –1,500 flight hours Eligibility as chief instructor for ground school course –1 year experience as ground instructor at certificated pilot school

20 141.36 Asst Chief Instructor Commercial pilot certificate or ATP certificate –Current flight instructor certificate –Instrument rating, if required for enrollment PIC recent experience of 61.57 Pass knowledge test on –Teaching methods –Applicable provisions of “Aeronautical Information Manual” –Applicable provisions of Parts 61, 91, and 141 –Objectives and approved course completion standards of the course

21 141.36 Asst Chief Instructor Pass proficiency test on –Flight procedures –Maneuvers appropriate to course Training for recreational/private pilot –At least 500 hours PIC –Primary flight training experience Certified flight instructor, or Instructor in a military pilot flight training program –1 year and a total of 250 flight hours, or –500 flight hours

22 141.36 Asst Chief Instructor Training for issuance of an instrument rating –At least 50 hours flight time (actual or simulated conditions) –500 hours PIC –Instrument flight instructor experience Certified flight instructor, or Instructor in a military pilot flight training program –1 year and a total of 125 flight hours, or –200 flight hours

23 141.36 Asst Chief Instructor Training for issuance other than leading to a recreational/private pilot certificate –1,000 hours PIC –Flight training experience Certified flight instructor, or Instructor in a military pilot flight training program –1 1/2 years and a total of 500 flight hours, or –750 flight hours Eligibility as asst chief instructor for ground school course –6 months experience as ground instructor at certificated pilot school

24 141.37 Check Instructor To give checks for either flight or ground training –Pass test given by chief instructor on Teaching methods Applicable provisions of “Aeronautical Information Manual” Applicable provisions of Parts 61, 91, and 141 Objectives and approved course completion standards of the course Checks for relate to flight training course –Pass test given by chief instructor

25 141.37 Check Instructor Checks for flight training course –Hold commercial pilot or ATP certificate –Meet PIC recent flight experience in 61.57 –Pass proficiency test on Flight procedures Maneuvers appropriate to course Checks for ground training course –Hold current flight instructor or ground instructor certificate

26 141.37 Check Instructor Be designated, in writing, by chief instructor to conduct –Student stage checks –End-of-course test –Instructor proficiency checks –Be approved by the FSDO May not check student if –Served as the principal instructor –Recommended for a stage check or end-of course test

27 141.38 Airports Show school has continuous use of each airport where training flight originate At least one runway which allows takeoff or landing (see part 141 page 22) Wind direction indicator visible from each end of the runway Traffic direction indicator if –No operating tower –UNICOM advisories not available

28 141.39 Aircraft Registered as civil aircraft in U.S. Standard airworthiness certificate Maintained/inspected with requirements of Part 91 Must have at least 2 pilot stations –Engine-powered control easily reached and operated by both pilot stations Aircraft involving IFR operations must be equipped and maintained

29 141.41 Training Devices Flight Simulators –Full-size aircraft replica of specific type aircraft –Hardware/software necessary to represent ground and flight operations –Force cueing system –Visual system –Approved by FAA Flight training device –Full-size aircraft replica instruments, equipment panels, and controls of aircraft –Approved by FAA Training aids/equipment –Accurate and appropriate for course

30 141.43 Pilot Briefing Areas Adequate to shelter students waiting to engage in their training flights Arranged/equipped to conduct briefings Private landline/telephone communication if –School has instrument rating or commercial pilot course –Not required if briefing area and flight service station are located at the same airport 141.45 Ground training facilities –Heated, lighted, and ventilated to local codes –Students not distracted by training conducted in other rooms or flight/maintenance operations on the airport

31 Part 141 Pilot Schools Subpart C Training Course Outline

32 141.53 Approval Procedures Submitted to FAA FSDO At least 30 days before training Amending a course requires 2 copies

33 141.55 Course Contents Meet minimums of appropriate appendix Meet minimum ground and flight training time requirements Course request must contain: –Description of each room used for ground training –Description of special training aids used –Description of each flight simulator or FTD used –List of airports used and description of facilities –Type aircraft used –Minimum qualifications/ratings for each instructor assigned

34 141.55 Course Contents Training syllabus must contain: –Prerequisites for enrolling in ground and flight portion of course –Detailed description of each lesson (objectives, standards, and planned completion time) –What course is expected to accomplish –Expected accomplishments/standards for each stage of training –Description of checks and tests to measure student’s accomplishments

35 141.57 Special Curricula Must submit: –Original and 2 copies of proposed special curriculum –Cover letter requesting approval at least 60 days before training to begin FAA approval/denial should be accomplished within 30 days –Allows school to develop training course

36 Part 141 Pilot Schools Subpart D Examining Authority

37 141.63 Examiners Qualifications Following prerequisites: –School completes application –School holds pilot school certificate and rating –School must hold rating for at least 24 consecutive calendar months –Training course must meet minimum ground and flight training time requirements –Within preceding 24 calendar months, school Trained at least 10 students in course At least 90 percent of students passed required practical or knowledge test and test given by –FAA inspector, or –Examiner who is not employee of school

38 141.63 Examiners Qualifications To retain approval –School completes renewal application –School holds pilot school certificate and rating –School must hold rating for at least 24 calendar months –Training course must meet minimum ground and flight training time requirements

39 141.65 Privileges Graduates may be recommended for appropriate pilot, flight instructor, or ground instructor certificate –Pilot ground school course valid for 24 months from date of graduation –Student must apply within 90 days after graduation for certificate or rating

40 Part 141 Pilot Schools Subpart F Records

41 141.101 Training Records School must maintain current & accurate record of each student enrolled in approved course –Date student enrolled –Chronological log of Attendance Subjects Flight operations Names/grades of tests taken –Date student graduated, terminated training or transferred –Student logbook not suffice for records –Chief instructor certifies records –Retain records for at least 1 year


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