There is a lot to learn and get familiar with when choosing to be a pilot. The Student Hub is meant to be a central location that provides our students guidance, helpful information and resources they will need to successfully accomplish their flight training goals.
Managing expectations from the beginning provides a strong foundation for what’s to come.
A committed student works hard and is loyal to their aviation goal. Consistently and positively give your time, focus and energy to your flight training.
Be on time for your lessons. Show up prepared. Be consistent. Maintain your schedule as timely and accurately as possible. Everyone’s time is valuable.
Flight Training is not just about going up. Ground knowledge is as important to your success.
Pay Attention and Ask Questions as Much as Possible
Everyone brings a different perspective, knowledge, experience and wisdom to the school.
Don’t Be Shy
Engage with other students and instructors. Everyone now has a lot in common.
Treat everyone with courtesy, respect and dignity.
With your CFI. With our Chief Flight Instructor. With our Front Desk Manager. With our General Manager. Ideas, questions, concerns. We want to hear it.
Piedmont Flight Training has instituted an orientation for incoming students to ease the transition into flight training.
Every student is expected to complete the Orientation prior to beginning their flight training. The time is meant to educate, familiarize and help the student to feel comfortable and confident about their training at PFT. Each student can expect to cover the following:
The flight school uses Flight Circle as its Scheduling system. You can create your user profile and have the flexibility to schedule your lessons according to you and your instructors availability.
There’s plenty of information that’s helpful for the student to know from the beginning.
A student’s first solo is a pivotal time in their flight training.
One of the most common questions students ask is “WHEN CAN I SOLO?”
Flight training is not just about flying. Ground training is an integral part of pilot certification courses. Reading, studying and reviewing the student materials, in addition to classroom ground lessons is essential to your success.
Your Private Pilot Textbook is your primary source for your initial study and review. The textbook chapters are references for each ground lesson. The text contains complete and concise explanations of the fundamental concepts and ideas that every pilot needs to know.
Part of your Private Pilot Certification requires passing an FAA written exam. Think of ground training as a home study course as well.
Open Forum for Students
Students are encouraged to bring and concerns, questions or comments to the Chief
Flight Instructor at Piedmont Flight Training.
Piedmont Flight Training students who are graduating are invited to participate in
commencement at Liberty in Lynchburg, Virginia.
Enrollment & Academic Class Selection Questions
All General Academic Advising questions are directed to Liberty University
Online Admission Specialist and Academic Advisors.
Liberty University Online
Toll Free: 800-424-9595
Online Academic Advising
Toll Free: 855-466-9218
All Veteran Benefits questions are directed to Liberty University’s Office of Military Affairs (MAO)