Instrument Pilot Online Ground School
Prepare for the FAA Knowledge Exam and the cockpit, online with this on-demand solution from ASA. From the cloud, to you. Anytime. Anywhere. On any internet-connected device. Gain the aeronautical knowledge required to become a safe and competent instrument-rated pilot with this on-demand solution from ASA.
With ASA’s time-tested and trusted content, this convenient on-demand solution is effective for self-study and the organization makes it an easy addition to any classroom-style ground school. The comprehensive curriculum consists of lessons featuring internet-based evaluation, resources, and course tracking, supported with professional multi-media presentations from the leaders in aviation training.
Read: ASA's Instrument Rating Test Prep (online) and The Pilot's Manual: Instrument Flying (online)
Watch: ASA Instrument Pilot Virtual Test Prep…Nearly 10 hours of video presentations
Study and Prepare: Study FAA questions with answers, explanations, and review modes from Prepware and take practice tests to obtain your FAA Knowledge Exam endorsement
Course Contents: Introduction, Weather, Weather Services, Flight Instruments, Navigation, Regulations & Procedures, Departure, En Route, Arrival & Approach, and Test Tips. Also included: on-screen CX-3® Flight Computer, fully-searchable FAR/AIM and Instrument Rating Airman Certification Standards (FAA-S-ACS-8).
An internet connection is required to access this course. Complete the Instrument Pilot Online Ground School on all your internet-connected devices for the ultimate in flexibility. Log in from your desktop, laptop, smart phone, iPad or other tablet computer&emdash;the course knows where you left off regardless of which device you last used. Upon completion of the course and practice tests you'll receive your Endorsement letter and Graduation Certificate. Review all lesson components even after completion of the course to also serve as a refresher, with access available for 24 months (after course registration date).
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