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  • Private Pilot Flight Notes Private Pilot Flight Syllabus

    Copyright 2005 Robert French www.balearntofly.com 11/20/2005 9:12 PM Page 1 of 28

    Private Pilot Flight Training Syllabus and Training Log

    Version 3.0 Training Overview

    Student: _______________________________________________________________________________ Instructor: ______________________________________________________________________________ Date training started: __________________ AIRPORTS VISITED

    q 1Q4 q C83 q CCR q E14 q HAF q HWD q LVK q OAK q PAO q RHV q SCK q SJC q SQL q TCY q WVI q _____ q _____ q _____ q _____ q _____ q _____ q _____ q _____ q _____ q _____ q _____

    Progress Checklist

    q Medical/student pilot certificate q Member regulations quiz q Ground review form q Solo phase check written exam q First solo q Solo phase check q Unsupervised solo signoff q Cross-country phase check written exam q Cross-country phase check q Long solo cross-country q Checkride written exam q FAA knowledge test score: __________ q Private phase check written exam q Private phase check q FAA checkride Minimum FAA Requirements Met

    q Night landings to full stop: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 q Night dual cross-country q 3 hours instrument reference training q 5 hours solo cross-country q Long solo cross-country

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    Document References AFH FAA Airplane Flying Handbook, FAA-H-8083-3 PHAK FAA Pilots Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge, FAA-H-8083-25 FAR FAA Federal Aviation Regulations AIM FAA Aeronautical Information Manual POH Appropriate aircraft Pilots Operating Handbook Machado Rod Machados Private Pilot Handbook PTS Private Pilot Single-Engine Land Practical Test Standards A/FD Airport/Facility Directory ASF Course AOPA Air Safety Foundation on-line course: www.aopa.org/asf

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    Approximate Training Order q SG1 Joining the flying club q SG2 Buying supplies q SF1 Preflight, start, taxi, runup, after landing,

    and securing q SF2 Introduction to pitch, power, and airspeed q SG3 AOPA membership q SF3 Turns and coordination q SG4 Airport operations q SF4 Normal takeoff and climb q SF5 Crosswind takeoff and climb q SF6 Steep turns q SG5 Local radio communications q SG6 Traffic pattern q SF7 Slow flight q SG7 Charts and airspace introduction q SF8 Power-off stalls q SF9 Power-on stalls q SG8 Systems: engine q SF10 Go arounds q SG9 Weather briefings and TFRs q SF11 Ground reference maneuvers q SF12 Landings q SF13 Touch and go landings q SG10 Uncontrolled airport operations q SF14 Slips q SF15 Crosswind landings q SG11 Systems: electrical q SG12 Systems: pitot-static q SG13 Systems: gyroscopic q SG14 Systems: compass and OAT q SF16 Engine failure emergency procedures q SG15 Performance q SG16 Weight and balance q SF17 Other emergencies q SG17 Ground review form q SG18 Wake turbulence and windshear q SG19 Maintenance, airworthiness, and

    inoperative equipment q SG20 Solo flight regulations q SG21 Pre-solo written quizzes q SF18 First supervised solo q SF19 Solo phase check complete and reviewed q SF20 First unsupervised solo

    q XF1 Radio navigation q XF2 Flight by reference to instruments q XG1 Cross-country flight planning q XF3 Soft field takeoffs q XF4 Short field takeoffs q XG2 Flight plans, flight following, and

    survival supplies q XF5 Soft field landings q XF6 Short field landings q XG3 Aeromedical factors q XG4 Bigger airports, linemen and intercept

    procedures q XG5 Weather theory q XG6 Weather services q XG7 Airspace q XG8 Aeronautical decision making q XF7 Dual day cross-countries q XF8 Lost procedures and diversions q XF9 Night training q XF10 Night dual cross-country q XG9 Cross-country phase check written exam q XF11 Cross-country phase check complete and

    reviewed q XF12 Solo cross-countries q CG1 More maintenance q CG2 Passenger briefing q CG3 Accident reporting q CG4 Private pilot privileges and limitations q CG5 Private phase check written exam q CF1 Private phase check complete and

    reviewed q CF2 Checkride!

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    Ground Training Solo Phase CheckLESSON SG1 Joining the Flying Club

    q Completed: ____________________

    HANDOUTS

    q Introduction to the Private Pilot License q Membership packet q Member regulations q Member regulations quiz q List of AMEs q Student purchase list q Syllabus q Logbook

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q Membership regulations quiz

    GROUND

    q Private pilot certificate requirements q Medical certification q Student purchase list q Flying club intro and policies q Scheduling airplanes and instructor q Syllabus q Ground school q Review membership regulations quiz q Copying logbook q Electronic logbooks

    LESSON SG2 Buying Supplies

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q Buy: q AFH q PHAK q Machado q PTS q FAR/AIM q Sectional chart q Terminal chart q A/FD q POH q Kneeboard

    LESSON SG3 AOPA Membership

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q Send in free subscription for Flight Training

    magazine q Join AOPA

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    LESSON SG4 Airport Operations

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q PHAK 12 (Airport Operation) q AIM 2-1-2 (Visual Glideslope Indicators) q AIM 2-3 (Airport Marking Aids and Signs) q AIM 4-3-23 (Use of Aircraft Lights) q Machado G (Airport Operations)

    GROUND

    q Review basic airport markings

    LESSON SG5 Local Radio Communication

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q AIM 4-1-13 (ATIS) q AIM 4-2 (Radio Communications Phraseology

    and Techniques) q AIM 4-3-18 (Taxiing) q AIM 4-3-20 (Exiting the Runway) q Machado H (Radio Operations beginning thru

    Control Tower Communications) q Call ATIS several times and copy

    HANDOUTS

    q Radio script q ATIS copy sheet

    GROUND

    q ATIS q Ground q Tower q Radio script

    LESSON SG6 Traffic Pattern

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q AFH 7 (Airport Traffic Patterns, Approaches,

    and Landings beginning thru Final Approach) q AIM 4-3-1 to 4-3-6 (Traffic Patterns)

    GROUND

    q Traffic pattern elements q Pattern entry and departure controlled airport q Pattern radio communications controlled

    airport

    LESSON SG7 Charts and Airspace Introduction

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q PHAK 13 (Airspace) q Machdao I (Airspace) q Machado J (Aviation Maps) q Look at charts and A/FD

    GROUND

    q Chart introduction q Practice areas and airspace avoidance

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    LESSON SG8 Systems: Engine

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q PHAK 5 (Aircraft Systems beginning thru

    Exhaust Systems) q POH Section 7 (Airplane and Systems

    Descriptions section Engine) q Machado C (Engines) q ASF Course: Engine and Propeller

    GROUND

    q Magneto principle of operation q Ignition switch and P-leads q Failed mag check and demo q In-flight leaning and demo

    LESSON SG9 Weather Briefings and TFRs

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q Browse Machado L (Understanding Weather) q Machado M (Weather Charts and Briefings

    beginning thru The Telephone Briefing) q AIM 5-1-3 (Notice to Airmen System) q AIM 7-1-4 (Preflight Briefing)

    HANDOUTS

    q TFR handout

    GROUND

    q TFRs q NOTAMs q Dual weather briefing q DUATS

    LESSON SG10 Uncontrolled Airport Operations

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q AIM 4-1-9 (Traffic Advisory Practices at

    Airports Without Operating Control Towers) q AIM 4-1-11 (Designated UNICOM/MULTICOM

    Frequencies)

    GROUND

    q Pattern entry and exit q Radio communications

    LESSON SG11 Systems: Electrical

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q PHAK 5 (Aircraft Systems section Electrical

    System) q POH Section 7 (Airplane and Systems

    Descriptions section Electrical System) q Machado D (Electrical Systems)

    GROUND

    q Review electrical system

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    LESSON SG12 Systems: Pitot-Static

    q Completed: ____________________

    HOMEWORK

    q Assigned: ____________________ q PHAK 6 (Flight Instruments beginning thru

    Blocked Static System) q POH Section 7 (Airplane and Systems

    Descriptions section Pitot-Static System) q Machado E (Flight Instructions beginning thru

    Alternate Static Source)

    GROUND

    q Review pitot-static sys