Indian Flight School is looking for a Chief Ground Instructor
Asia Pacific Flight Training Academy based in Hyderabad, India is looking for a CGI (Chief Ground Instructor).
Role & Responsibilities
- Chief Ground Instructor (CGI) is responsible to the Accountable Manager (AM) for all aspects of Ground School training, as per DGCA guidelines.
- CGI in addition to conducting classes shall be responsible for the supervision of all Ground Instructors.
- CGI shall be responsible for standardization of all ground training in coordination with the Ground Instructors.
- Continuous development of Training standards.
- Planning and implementing the scheduled program of Ground Training.
- Ensure all instructors prepare the lesson plan and follow accordingly.
- Supervision of ground classes conducted by GIs from time to time.
- Maintenance of training records
- Programming of student for ground examinations in coordination with Ground Instructors.
- Monitoring of students’ progress.
- Held or Holder of CPL or ATPL
- Or, QFI/QNI/Pilot/Navigator from Defense/Paramilitary Services
- Or, Air Navigation Instructors from Defense Services
- Or, Holder of Flight Navigator’s License
- Or, Degree or equivalent in Aeronautical, Mechanical Engineering or Electrical/Electronics/Communication Engineering
- Or, Qualified Air Traffic Controller
Preferably has undergone an Instructor Techniques Course.
- A Ground Instructor having a minimum TWO YEARS teaching experience with a Flight Training Organization (FTO)/ Defence Aviation Training Organisation/ Airports Authority of India (AAI) Aviation Training Organization, within the last 10 years.
The approval of CGI shall be subject to DGCA approval, for a particular FTO till she/he is medically fit.
For more information, kindly check out the Asia Pacific Flight Training Academy job post.
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