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Secure your claim as a professional pilot and hone your skills in this recurrent pilot training program. Here’s your opportunity to gain an enhanced skill set in the fields of study you’ve already undertaken. In the Recurrent Flight Training Certificate program, you’ll satisfy FAA requirements for a 24-month flight review. When you complete the recurrent pilot training course, you’ll receive a log book sign-off for your 24-month flight review.
What you’ll learn through the Recurrent Flight Training Certificate program
- Spanning maneuvering
- Emergency protocols
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Recurrent flight training curriculum
Students of this pilot training program must complete the following course:
AVM 120 Primary Flight Theory and Training, Solo - 3 credits: Learn both the theory and the practical skills you need to fly solo in a single-engine, land-class plane.
Prerequisite: valid pilot license.
In addition, requirements for the Recurrent Flight Training Certificate include:
- Obtaining a visa if you are an international student
- Passing a medical exam
- Being at least 17 years old when you complete the certification
Pilot careers and opportunities
With the additional flight training you’ll gain with your recurrent pilot training certificate, you can pursue a career in a number of rewarding categories, including:
- Charter pilot
- Commercial airline copilot
You may also be interested in earning your B.S. in Aviation Management to pursue a career in one of the following categories:
- Air traffic controller
- Private or commercial pilot
- Information or HR specialist
- Corporate manager
- Airport manager