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The prerequisites for this rating are that you must be the holder of a Commercial Pilot Licence and hold a valid Category I medical. A total of 30 Dual hours must be obtained, of which 5 hours must be instrument time. A maximum of 5 hours of the 30 may be accumulated by the use of the simulator. During this time you will gain extensive knowledge in giving in-flight instructions. This rating will allow you to teach students how to fly for the purpose of obtaining a permit, licence or rating.
A total of 25 hours of ground instruction must be received. During this time you will gain experience in the procedures for planning and presenting preparatory ground instruction, pre-flight briefings as well as post-flight briefings. You will also become proficient in the practical application of the basic principles of learning and techniques of instruction, preparation and use of lesson plans, the theory of flight required to teach the exercises, aircraft flight manuals and aircraft operating limits as well as presentation of pilot decision making concepts. You will also become proficient with the Transport Canada Flight Instructor Guide, Flight Training Manual, Canadian Aviation Regulations and Flight Test Standards. Upon completion of the ground and flight time requirements you must also complete the Instructor Rating Transport Canada Written exam as well as a Flight Instructor flight test conducted by an approved Transport Canada Inspector.