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ERIC Number: ED028318
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968-Mar
Pages: 254
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Civilian Pilot Training Skills, Curricula, and Costs; Defense and Commercial Pilot Procurement, Training and Career Systems. Interim Report. Volume I and Volume II, March 1968.
Logistics Management Inst., Washington, DC.
The Federal Aviation Administration of the Department of Transportation controls civilian pilot training. Through its regulations and testing and licensing procedures, the FAA sets minimum criteria for course content and knowledge and skill acquisition. Since few training organizations have the economic resources required to do original research in training methods and techniques, the curriculums used and skills imparted in civilian flight training schools may be discovered by study of the appropriate FAA regulations. The FAA certificates and ratings shown below and the types of training given by various schools and organizations are discussed in this report. Information on each includes the knowledge required, the demonstrable skills needed, and the approximate average cost or price. The costs/prices listed below the airline transport certificates (ATR) are additive to the basic certificates listed above the ATR. The costs/prices above the ATR are not additive to each other. (USRDR/jf)
Clearinghouse for Federal Scientific and Technical Information, Springfield, Va. 22151 (AD-830-166, MF $.65, HC $3.00; AD-830-167, MF $.65, HC $3.00).
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Authoring Institution: Logistics Management Inst., Washington, DC.