Cessna Aircraft Co. has released its new Cessna Sport/Private Pilot Course to its Cessna Pilot Center network.
The training program meets acceptable training standards for private pilot certification under Part 141 by the FAA, according to Cessna officials.
“The new training program is a key component of Cessna’s effort to make flying more accessible and to re-energize pilot training,” said Tom Aniello, Cessna’s vice president of marketing. “This new training program, coupled with the anticipated deliveries of Cessna’s new light sport aircraft, the 162 Skycatcher, later this year, makes this the complete package for anyone who wants to learn to fly.”
The course is web-based for maximum customer flexibility, and it incorporates customizable scenarios for maximum instructor flexibility, Cessna officials add.
The web-based system keeps track of every aspect of customer training. Customers can access training materials from any location where they have access to the Internet. And since the program is Web-based, changes and updates can be made instantly, with no replacement materials to distribute, company officials note.
The Cessna Flight Training System also allows instructors to customize the program to meet the requirements of the local training environment while not compromising the integrity of the training system.
For more information: CessnaFlightTraining.com.