ASA Train Like You Fly
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Scenario Based Training (SBT) has become an industry standard. Unlike maneuver based training where individual maneuvers are relatively isolated and learned virtually out of context, SBT is about the big picture and the integration of all the elements necessary for successful flight. By following structured scripts, SBT teaches students to consider all aspects of a flight–every flight–from beginning to end. Although SBT has been well received, unfortunately there aren’t many guidebooks for pilots and instructors in its usage and day-to-day application, until now.
ASA’s new Train Like You Fly by Arlynn McMahon explores scenario-based training extensively. In this book the author provides the key ingredients for making a good pilot and shares practical techniques to bring it all into the cockpit. It is packed with guidelines and tips that will help flight instructors reach well beyond the FAA Practical Test Standards to help students to train like they fly so they fly like they train. In addition, instructors will learn how to:
Create effective scenarios of their own
Teach systematic risk reduction, aeronautical decision making (ADM) and develop critical thinking skills in their students
Employ effective grading and evaluation using the latest FAA/Industry (FITS) practices
Help new CFIs gain from the most effective habits of experienced instructors
Arlynn McMahon is an accomplished aviator with over 7,000 hours of dual given (nearly 11,000 hours total). A flight instructor since 1980, she is an active Airline Transport Pilot as well as an active FAA Gold Seal CFI, NAFI Master Instructor, Cessna Factory FITS Authorized Instructor (CFAI), active FAA Accident Prevention Counselor, and was the 1991 FAA Regional Flight Instructor of the Year. Arlynn specializes in teaching Aeronautical Decision Making and Cockpit-Risk Management to the aircraft owner/non-professional pilot.
This comprehensive guidebook shows flight instructors how to implement scenario-based training into their teaching methods, providing superior instructional tools to general aviation pilots who, in light of today’s technologies, fly farther, faster, and higher than ever before. Includes illustrations throughout, glossary and index. Softcover, 7-1/4″ x 9″, 232 pages.
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