CAA Private Pilot One-on-One for Adults
"The absolute best flight training - Excellent value and lots of fun!" -Brian L. (Private Pilot Graduate - March 2016)
This is a personalized flight training course geared towards helping you become a safe, proficient and competent pilot.
CAA One-on-One for Adults offers a unique, scenario-based approach to flight training for working adults. Instructors typically meet one on one with students and work out of a specially designed syllabus with definitive, time based goals. The entire training course (working on a "leisurely timeline" - taking work and family into consideration) involves flying one to three times a week and will typically take anywhere from four to eight months to complete (depending on weather and your schedule). This more relaxed approach allows you to experience flying in different seasonal weather conditions while under the guidance of our experienced instructors.
CAA's training program is currently at capacity. If you would like to sign up, please submit our training request form to obtain a start date.
In the meantime, we encourage all prospective students to take a Discovery Flight if they have not already done so. If you have any questions, we would be glad to help you get started down the right path. Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Classes are scheduled on an individual basis using our convenient online scheduling system. We require a scheduling commitment minimum of 3 lessons per week.
Our courses include a series of exams called "stage checks." These are quizzes that are designed to help both the student and instructors alike by checking students' understanding of the course material. The safety of our students and staff is our number one priority, and stage checks allow instructors to swiftly identify any lapses in a student's understanding of the content.
Your continuation in the course past stage checks is contingent upon successful passing of these exams. We reserve the right to terminate any student for any reason including failure of one or more of these exams.