Leading European Flight School planning to host Chief Flight Instructor Online Meeting

21st Feb 2022

FlyBy, Spain’s most active Flight School in 2021 (by number of Aircraft movements), is planning to host an online meeting for Chief Flight Instructors on the 5th of March, 2022.

Please see the below from FlyBy;

“Dear CFI Network!

Are you a CFI willing to share your experiences with others colleagues as you?

Do you want to discuss with other colleagues about our daily concers or issues?

Would you like to know how other colleagues carry out their activity and attend their responsibilities?

If your answers are YES…FlyBy’s Chief Flight Instructor, Oier, would like to invite you to his next online CFIs meeting.

It will be a good meeting moment for all of us who carry out CFI duties in any ATO.

We will discuss about following topics:

  • Flight training evolution
  • IT Software for ATO management
  • Students progress monitoring
  • FI KPI and evaluation methods
  • FI and Operation Standardization/SOP
  • FI upgrade system
  • Training records
  • FI recruitment
  • CAA Audits

Please note that this is a meeting for Chief Flight Instructors or Head’s of Training of approved ATOs only.”

For more information about the event kindly visit the LinkedIn Event Page or if interested fill out this form.

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