WINGsReality EDU has added a blended learning environment to its online Flight Review Ground School.
For several years, WINGsReality EDU has offered pilots the opportunity to complete the ground portion of their flight reviews from their own homes or offices through its self-paced online Flight Review Ground School.
Pilots now have the choice to join WINGsReality EDU in the live classroom or via the internet in real time. This allows local and distance students the opportunity to participate together in a common space with a live instructor.
Students may participate in the discussion and ask questions, officials noted.
Five modules of training discuss a host of general aviation learning areas, as well as reviews of the Federal Aviation Regulations. Other specific subjects include runway safety and training on runway incursion avoidance, aeronautical decision making, risk management, and conclusions that set the student’s course for safe flying in the future. Brief quizzes keep the student aware of their learning outcome in the program.
The blended Flight Review Ground School will be webcast from the WINGsReality EDU campus in Orono, Maine, once a month. Students are welcome to attend live in the classroom or join the group via internet in real time.
The course satisfies the ground portion of a flight review required by the Federal Aviation Regulations (61.56). Upon completion of the course, students receive a logbook endorsement for the ground portion of the flight review and four WINGs credits.
To complete the flight review, the pilot meets their CFI at their local airport to complete the flight portion of the review.
The inaugural presentation of the WINGsReality EDU blended Flight Review Ground School will take place Oct. 15, 2016. Continuing monthly dates will be posted on the website. Cost is $39.95.