Piedmont Flight Training

FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR

Private

A Private Pilot Certificate is the first step to becoming a pilot. The certificate provides the foundational knowledge and skills for all future aircraft pilot training.

Instrument

Learn the fundamental steps for flying in adverse weather conditions. 

Commercial

Learn to master the airplane and achieve the necessary rating to fly for hire.

Flight Instructor

Teaching is the highest form of understanding.  Help shape the next generation of pilots.  At the same time, build your flight time towards your career pilot goal.  

As a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), you will gain the qualifications to teach Private Pilot and Commercial Single-Engine students.  The flight school also hires motivated CFIs, providing a pathway to get their goal hours, and earn an income at the same time.

Since there is no minimum hours requirement, part-time students working or enrolled in school may find that their CFI takes 12 weeks to  finish based on an estimated three activities per week. 

CFI Certification Prerequisites

  • A medical certificate from an Aviation Medical Examiner (AME)

  • Hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate with an Instrument Rating

Checkride Completion Requirements

  • Demonstrate proficiency in all subject areas

  • Demonstrate proficiency in course development and lesson planning

  • Pass the Fundamentals of Instruction written exam

Average Cost: $7,500
VA Benefits, Block Hour Discounts & Pay-As-You-Go Options

Our School Will Remain Open With Enhanced Health Precautions and Procedures

Piedmont Flight Training takes concerns about COVID-19 very seriously. Our number one priority is the safety of all students and staff. We have been proactive in educating our students and staff in reference to healthy protective measures and will expend every effort to continue to do our part in the protection of public health and follow appropriate guidance as necessary from the CDC and NC government authorities.

Critical Infrastructure Sectors
There are 16 critical infrastructure sectors whose assets, systems, and networks, whether physical or virtual, are considered so vital to the United States that their incapacitation or destruction would have a debilitating effect on security, national economic security, national public health or safety, or any combination thereof. Presidential Policy Directive 21 (PPD-21): Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience advances a national policy to strengthen and maintain secure, functioning and resilient critical infrastructure. This directive supersedes Homeland Security Presidential Directive 7.
 
Aviation is Part of Our Critical Infrastructure Sectors
Aviation includes aircraft, air traffic control systems, and about 19,700 airports, heliports and landing strips. Approximately 500 provide commercial aviation services at civil and joint-use military airports, heliports, and sea plane bases.  In addition, the aviation mode includes commercial and recreational aircraft (manned and unmanned) and a wide-variety of support services, such as aircraft repair stations, fueling facilities, navigation aids, and flight schools. Source Link