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Presented to: The FAASTeam CFI Workshops
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Date: October 2010
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WINGS – PILOT PROFICIENCY PROGRAM
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Now – about that topic of accidents – especially on...
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What could have made a difference in outcomes?
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A recurrent, personalized training program?
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The WINGS Program is here to support YOUR
efforts ...
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• An on-going pilot proficiency
program for genera...
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How do I sign up?
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http://faasafety.govregister
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OK. I registered on FAASafety.gov.
Am I enrolled i...
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Almost!
Three more steps and you’re in WINGS.
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Pilots tab…
…WINGS drop tab
enter flight review da...
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1. Register on FAASafety.gov
2. Pilot tab / WINGS ...
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That’s it. You’re enrolled in WINGS.
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quick start your WINGS program with the
online cou...
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Basic WINGS
WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF WINGS?
Advanced...
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Contains Knowledge and Flight
“Activities”
Progres...
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On line courses and seminars
available on FAASafet...
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Flight Activities are available on
FAASafety.gov i...
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CFIs, FAASTeam Reps, and
FAASTeam Managers may giv...
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Here’s how easy it is to issue WINGS credit
to ...
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Step 1: input your CFI information…
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123456
RITESTUFFRITESTUFF
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ALDO
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…Step 2: input your student’s email
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…And Step 3 - the final step:
input flight acti...
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That’s it. Your student now has WINGS credit!
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1. Input your CFI information
2. Input your studen...
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Straightforward, simple, and quick.
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Must complete 3 knowledge
activities (within 12 mo...
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The goal of the WINGS program
is for the participa...
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Completion of any phase in
WINGS satisfies require...
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Participants are not required to
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A ...
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First and Foremost: SIGN UP!
Take the online cours...
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Sign up a new student – before
his/her first pilot...
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• Discuss their personal flight
program. Find thei...
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Let’s work together to break the accident chain.
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Participate in WINGS and make a difference.
YOUR s...
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YOUR FAASTeam Program Manager will help you
with W...
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QUIZ
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6. THE PURPOSE OF THE WINGS – PILOT
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7. KNOWLEDGE AND FLIGHT CREDITS IN
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8. IF A PILOT DOES NOT OWN A
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9. THE WINGS PROGRAM MEETS THE
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10. TRUE OR FALSE:
The levels of WINGS are:
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NOW THE
ANSWERS
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6. THE PURPOSE OF THE WINGS – PILOT
PROFICIENCY PR...
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7. KNOWLEDGE AND FLIGHT CREDITS IN
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8. IF A PILOT DOES NOT OWN A
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9. THE WINGS PROGRAM MEETS THE
REQUIREMENTS OF A F...
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10. TRUE OR FALSE:
The levels of WINGS are:
Basic ...
END OF CFI WORKSHOP MODULE #1
Core Topic #2: The WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program
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  • Explanation slate. Please hide – or just advance to the next slide for the presentation beginning.
  • The following accident photos show take off, landing (and approach) mishaps – none were fatalities. These show all different airframes – all different types of flying and pilots – and also show takeoff and landing accidents are more than under/over shoots.
  • SR20 night VMC flight impacted terrain. No engine failure. No fuel exhaustion. Parachute wasn’t deployed.NTSB: While maneuvering in night visual meteorological conditions, the airplane impacted mountainous terrain and was destroyed by impact forces. Prior to departure, the pilot obtained a weather briefing which reported thunderstorms and moderate to severe precipitation along the intended route of flight. During the flight, the pilot inquired to air traffic control on several occasions that he thought about diverting; however, he elected to continue along the route of flight until the weather conditions deteriorated to a point that he decided to divert. After diverting to an alternate airport, the pilot attempted a non-precision approach. During the approach, the pilot failed to turn on the runway lights, which were to be activated by the pilot through the UNICOM frequency. A witness observed the airplane over fly the runway and the runway lights were not illuminated. Because the pilot could not see the runway during the approach, he executed a missed approach; however, he did not fly the published missed approach procedure resulting in an impact with mountainous terrain. Rescue personnel reported that the pilot stated he was "flying last night in bad weather, it was a stupid thing to do and he should not have been flying." The accident site was located on rock and sagebrush covered terrain at an elevation of 8,350 feet approximately 4 miles west from the runway threshold. At the time of the accident, the weather conditions at the airport were reported as visibility 10 statute miles, rain, scattered clouds at 3,300 feet, and density altitude of approximately 9,500 feet. The pilot had accumulated approximately 20 hours in the accident airplane make and model, 11 night flight hours, and no actual instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) flight experience as a single pilot. No anomalies were noted with the airframe and engine.
  • Sr20 that impacted terrain – the panel. Fully functional MFD. Note standby altimeter reading of 8200’.
  • Diamond da-40 cross wind landing went into ditch. Note the entire tail section.
  • American champion – go around went bad; impacted ditch.
  • 310 on approach - glideslope lost power due to fuel exhaustion
  • Alarus lost its main landing gear; 2 more photos follow. Note this is a fixed landing gear aircraft.
  • Belly of Alarus where mains were.
  • Alarus landing gear. How did this happen? The gear were torn off when Alarus hit a runway sign.
  • 182 porpoised on landing; nose gear collapse, among other damage.
  • Seneca gear up. Note gear and doors are not torn up from landing with a gear failure. It was failure to lower the gear. (Sadly, this N number was registered on an Arrow that was involved with 2 accidents; the latter destroying the aircraft and killing the 73 hour pilot/passenger.)
  • Give Time for people to think about this to themselves or get some verbal feedback.
  • Would you consider this a possible solution? Do you know other professions with recurrent personalized training? Nurses? Physicians? Accountants?
  • WINGS is for every airman and is of particular help to CFIs in promoting ongoing knowledge and flight activities for everyone.
  • Specifically we are targeting the general aviation accident rates – looking to reduce their number and severity.
  • We use the web for information, communication and simply to keep up with the world. The internet is the logical place for airmen to work their WINGS program.
  • Because WINGS is an interactive program, allowing input from the airman to the system and from the system to the airman, it’s necessary to establish a link. That link is the airman’s registration. And its not difficult.
  • Once registered, an airman goes to Pilots, WINGS, and enters information to set up his/her program. Note the pilots Tab at the top of the page. With the drop down menu, click on WINGS.
  • We check off pilot ratings and certificates so that FAASafety.gov can link the airman directly to the kinds of activities applicable to those ratings. For instance, an ASES pilot will have different activities suggested than a helicopter pilots or AMEL pilot. If you are a multiengine pilot but choose only to fly single engine now, you can simply put the ratings and certificates you use. AND – you can always search all of the knowledge and flying credits in the entire system for any particular needs.
  • Enrolled means you can start accumulating activity credits toward WINGS. The system will maintain a record for you of your activities. It’s one you can print out at any time for your logbook, flying club, flight school or insurance company. NOTE: Before the next slide, orally review with the attendees the steps to starting WINGS for themselves – Run through the steps: Register, Open WINGS, input your flying ratings and certificates. A very good way to start is to being with the WINGS online training. Now show slide 26.
  • Screen captures show that the online training has a simple interface – and is easy to complete. Animation breezes through a few of the screens, just to give the idea.
  • There are three levels of WINGS and as many phases of WINGS as you want. So, you may fly as a private pilot all the time and want to complete Basic WINGS, you accomplish your WINGS in January of 2009 and receive a Basic WINGS, Phase 1 and your Flight Review is valid for two years from the date of completion. Then, between February and July of 2009 you complete another set of activities that qualify you for Basic WINGS again. Then, you would receive a Basic WINGS, Phase 2 and your flight review date would be automatically moved forward to two years from the date of completion of phase 2. If you keep going that way, you can add Basic WINGS, Phase whatever as long as you wish. Briefly describe each level and how it relates to the type of flying a pilot is involved in. Here we can note that a CFI or DPE participant should strive for advanced or master level. All activities are tied to the practical test standards, roughly Basic to the private level, Advanced to the commercial level and Master to the ATP level.
  • You can find all you need at FAASafety.gov, courses, seminars, flight activities. You can elect to do online learning one month, flying the next and so forth. Your currency stays more up to day and your pocketbook doesn’t take a big hit all at once.
  • You DO NOT have to be a registered user on FAASafety.gov to give WINGS credit as a CFI. If you are a CFI then you can go directly through the CFI Portal, put in your certificate number just as you would in a logbook entry.
  • Note no logging into the system was required! Next, enter your student’s information.
  • Picking up from the last “Next Step” button – input airman’s email address and hit ‘search’ (email address must be the one airman used to register on FAASafety.gov and WINGS program.
  • Use the CFI Portal. Input your information, student’s information, credit information and GIVE Credit. Remember, in order to complete an Advanced or Master WINGS, you must first have complete a BASIC WINGS.
  • Note, if you are completing Advanced WINGS, after having completed Basic WINGS, the activities you accomplish must be on the Advanced level. This is noted on the course and flying activities.
  • Your FAASafety.gov keeps a record of ALL your learning activities. However, for WINGS purposes, an activity is valid toward WINGS for one year only. It goes into your record but drops from your WINGS currency log. This does not affect your Fight Review date.
  • This is good way to stay in touch with students, have regular contact and fly a little more often then you might otherwise.
  • 15 minute Q&A, then on to a Quiz.
  • CFI Workshop - Module 1 The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) and the WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program

    1. 1. ABOUT THIS SLIDE PRESENTATION Each slide may or may not have an animation embedded. To help you cue – at the completion of each slide, a silver arrow will appear. This is your cue to advance to the next slide using your right arrow key. Please do NOT ADVANCE to the next slide until you see the silver arrow! If there is a plus sign rather than the arrow, it means there is more to the animation – and your cue to click the ENTER key. When the entire animation on that slide is complete, the silver arrow will appear – and your cue to advance to the next slide. The title workshop slate, break slate, quiz, and answer sections do not have either arrow or plus symbols. No animations are associated with these slides.
    2. 2. Presented to: The FAASTeam CFI Workshops By: The FAASTeam Date: October 2010 Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop MODULE #1 Core Topic #1: The FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) Core Topic #2: The WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program
    3. 3. 3Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 WINGS – PILOT PROFICIENCY PROGRAM
    4. 4. 4Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Now – about that topic of accidents – especially on takeoff and landing… reducing
    5. 5. 5Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    6. 6. 6Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    7. 7. 7Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    8. 8. 8Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    9. 9. 9Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    10. 10. 10Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    11. 11. 11Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    12. 12. 12Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    13. 13. 13Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    14. 14. 14Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    15. 15. 15Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 What could have made a difference in outcomes?
    16. 16. 16Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 A recurrent, personalized training program?
    17. 17. 17Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 The WINGS Program is here to support YOUR efforts to help reduce those accidents.
    18. 18. 18Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 • An on-going pilot proficiency program for general aviation • Designed to keep pilots knowledge and skills at PTS level • Administered on FAASafety.gov • Intended to reduce general aviation accidents WHAT IS THE WINGS PROGRAM?
    19. 19. 19Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 How do I sign up?
    20. 20. 20Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 http://faasafety.govregister
    21. 21. 21Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 OK. I registered on FAASafety.gov. Am I enrolled in WINGS?
    22. 22. 22Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Almost! Three more steps and you’re in WINGS.
    23. 23. 23Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Pilots tab… …WINGS drop tab enter flight review date check your ratings
    24. 24. 24Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 1. Register on FAASafety.gov 2. Pilot tab / WINGS drop down tab 3. Enter your flight review date 4. Check off pilot ratings and certificates TO REVIEW:
    25. 25. 25Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 That’s it. You’re enrolled in WINGS.
    26. 26. 26Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 quick start your WINGS program with the online courseInformative, simple, and quick.
    27. 27. 27Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Basic WINGS WHAT ARE THE LEVELS OF WINGS? Advanced WINGS Master WINGS
    28. 28. 28Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Contains Knowledge and Flight “Activities” Progress is tracked by the FAASafety.gov web application FAASafety.gov maintains records of activities Tailored to the participant Can be accomplished on an individual pace WINGS PROGRAM COMPONENTS
    29. 29. 29Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 On line courses and seminars available on FAASafety.gov in WINGS Participant controls suggested courses through the pilot profile Course content is based directly on accident causal data Participant must select appropriate required and elective elements KNOWLEDGE ACTIVITIES
    30. 30. 30Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Flight Activities are available on FAASafety.gov in WINGS The Activities are areas of operation from the practical test standards Participants may choose an appropriate pilot level Flight Activities must be completed with a CFI FLIGHT ACTIVITIES
    31. 31. 31Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 CFIs, FAASTeam Reps, and FAASTeam Managers may give credit A participant may request credit through FAASafety.gov Credit is granted through FAASafety.gov Credits are tracked on FAASafety.gov using green check marks OBTAINING / GIVING WINGS CREDIT
    32. 32. 32Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 32 Here’s how easy it is to issue WINGS credit to your students…
    33. 33. 33Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 33 Step 1: input your CFI information…
    34. 34. 34Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 123456 RITESTUFFRITESTUFF 123456 ALDO 90210 800 867 5309 love-wings@faa.gov
    35. 35. 35Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 35 …Step 2: input your student’s email and verify information…
    36. 36. 36Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 RITESTUFF 123456 ALDO 90210 800 867 5309 love-wings@faa.gov
    37. 37. 37Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 37 …And Step 3 - the final step: input flight activity for WINGS credit!
    38. 38. 38Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010
    39. 39. 39Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 That’s it. Your student now has WINGS credit!
    40. 40. 40Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 1. Input your CFI information 2. Input your student email address / verify info 3. Input flight activity for WINGS credit 4. Verify the activity – and click “Give Credit” TO REVIEW:
    41. 41. 41Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 41 Straightforward, simple, and quick.
    42. 42. 42Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Must complete 3 knowledge activities (within 12 months) Must complete 3 flight activities (within 12 months) The activities must be appropriate to the phase being sought Participant will receive completion certificate Participant can also apply for lapel pin upon completion ACHIEVING A PHASE IN WINGS
    43. 43. 43Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 The goal of the WINGS program is for the participant to be involved on a regular basis This will help keep important information and skills current The time commitment for participants is not excessive The rewards in increased safety are worth the efforts WHY DO COURSE CREDITS DROP OFF AFTER 12 MONTHS?
    44. 44. 44Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Completion of any phase in WINGS satisfies requirements for a flight review (14 CFR 61.56) Participants can print a certificate from My WINGS page to show evidence of 14 CFR 61.56 Your flight review date on My WINGS is updated to 24 months from completion of WINGS phase CFIs can assign a course and give credit for some of the ground portion of the flight review CREDIT FOR A FLIGHT REVIEW
    45. 45. 45Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Participants are not required to own a computer A CFI (and others) can set up a special account for a participant Access to a computer will be required to complete the on line courses WINGS records are maintained on FAASafety.gov MUST A PARTICIPANT HAVE A COMPUTER?
    46. 46. 46Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 First and Foremost: SIGN UP! Take the online course titled WINGS – Pilot Proficiency Program found on FAASafety.gov, home page under Featured Courses Use WINGS as your personal proficiency program Partner with a fellow CFI HOW TO GET INVOLVED IN WINGS?
    47. 47. 47Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Sign up a new student – before his/her first pilot rating; assign online courses to enhance their training and decision making skills By the time your new student has earned his/her rating, they are eligible for a phase in WINGS! Help them design a program that meets their needs Emphasize that participation will keep skills at the PTS level Offer to help get them started GET YOUR STUDENTS AND CLIENTS INTERESTED!
    48. 48. 48Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 • Discuss their personal flight program. Find their interests! • Find out their typical flying style – and what they want to practice • Set up a simple lesson plan that accomplishes the PTS requirements (and their regular type of flying) • Maintain an interest in your student’s flying YOU AS A CFI CAN HELP A PARTICIPANT MANAGE THE FLIGHT ACTIVITIES
    49. 49. 49Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Let’s work together to break the accident chain.
    50. 50. 50Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 Participate in WINGS and make a difference. YOUR students. YOUR friends. YOUR family.
    51. 51. 51Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 YOUR FAASTeam Program Manager will help you with WINGS!
    52. 52. 52Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 QUIZ
    53. 53. 53Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 6. THE PURPOSE OF THE WINGS – PILOT PROFICIENCY PROGRAM IS: a. To assist general aviation pilots in maintaining aeronautical knowledge and skills. b. To encourage general aviation pilots to continue their aviation education. c. To encourage general aviation pilots to maintain contact with flight instructors. d. All of the above.
    54. 54. 54Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 7. KNOWLEDGE AND FLIGHT CREDITS IN THE WINGS PROGRAM ARE VALID FOR: a. 24 months. b. 12 calendar months. c. Indefinitely. d. No specified timeframe.
    55. 55. 55Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 8. IF A PILOT DOES NOT OWN A COMPUTER, CAN HE OR SHE PARTICIPATE IN WINGS? a. No. b. Yes. A CFI or FAASTeam Representative (or anyone with a computer!) can set up a Special account for that pilot. c. Only with permission of the National Outreach Manager. d. No, but a coupon will be provided to get a discount when buying a computer.
    56. 56. 56Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 9. THE WINGS PROGRAM MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS OF A FLIGHT REVIEW: a. If the pilot signs up and agrees to participate. b. If a CFI signs a pilot’s logbook attesting he or she is enrolled in WINGS. c. When a pilot completes a Phase of WINGS. d. The pilot receives a completion certificate from the FAASTeam Program Manager.
    57. 57. 57Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 10. TRUE OR FALSE: The levels of WINGS are: Basic WINGS, Advanced WINGS, and Master WINGS.
    58. 58. 58Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 NOW THE ANSWERS
    59. 59. 59Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 6. THE PURPOSE OF THE WINGS – PILOT PROFICIENCY PROGRAM IS: a. To assist general aviation pilots in maintaining aeronautical knowledge and skills. b. To encourage general aviation pilots to continue their aviation education. c. To encourage general aviation pilots to maintain contact with flight instructors. d. All of the above.
    60. 60. 60Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 7. KNOWLEDGE AND FLIGHT CREDITS IN THE WINGS PROGRAM ARE VALID FOR: a. 24 months. b. 12 calendar months. c. Indefinitely. d. No specified timeframe.
    61. 61. 61Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 8. IF A PILOT DOES NOT OWN A COMPUTER, CAN HE OR SHE PARTICIPATE IN WINGS? a. No. b. Yes. A CFI or FAASTeam Representative (or anyone with a computer!) can set up a Special account for that pilot. c. Only with permission of the National Outreach Manager. d. No, but a coupon will be provided to get a discount when buying a computer.
    62. 62. 62Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 9. THE WINGS PROGRAM MEETS THE REQUIREMENTS OF A FLIGHT REVIEW: a. If the pilot signs up and agrees to participate. b. If a CFI signs a pilot’s logbook attesting he or she is enrolled in WINGS. c. When a pilot completes a Phase of WINGS. d. The pilot receives a completion certificate from the FAASTeam Program Manager.
    63. 63. 63Federal Aviation Administration FAASTeam CFI Workshop #2 October 2010 10. TRUE OR FALSE: The levels of WINGS are: Basic WINGS, Advanced WINGS, and Master WINGS.
    64. 64. END OF CFI WORKSHOP MODULE #1 Core Topic #2: The WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program

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