The Master Preflight Weather Course

The Master Preflight Weather Course

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$439.79

Master Preflight Weather Course
Length: 12-weeks
Purpose: To train pilots to accurately assess the potential for the SIX aviation weather hazards in a Preflight brief in about 30 minutes (or less).
PART I – PREFLIGHT BRIEFER:
Weeks 1-4
This first section is the most vital as it provides the basic sites and skills required for the rest of the course. For this reason, it includes TWO of the FOUR coaching sessions.

Here, we focus on the tools of the Preflight Brief as well as basic interpretation of all elements of a Preflight Weather Brief:
. Surface Analysis
. Sattelie
. Radar
. ICAO decode of METARS/TAFS
. Full understanding of various Adverse Condition forecasts
. Graphical Forecast for Aviation
. Winds Aloft

At the conclusion of this 4-week course, students will be able to conduct a Preflight Weather Brief using all the tools presented, Identify all forecast weather hazards, and decide if a flight can be conducted within a pre-set minimum in about 30 minutes or less

WINGS CREDITS: Basic, Advanced and Master

PART II – ADVANCED BRIEFER:
Weeks 5-8
In this 4-week session, students advance their skills and are able to identify potential hazards from each step of a briefing. Students will also learn more advanced-level skills on satellite and radar interpretation, as well as an understanding of how to anticipate smaller scale phenomenon. This portion of the course includes one coaching call More importantly here, you will learn the best and some little-known tools to identify potential hozords in each area:
. FR/Mountain Obscuration
. Turbulence/LLWS, Mountain Wave/Mechanical Turbulence
. Thunderstorms
. icing

WINGS CREDITS: Basic, Advanced and Master

PART III – MASTER BRIEFER:
Weeks 9-12
This is where you become a MASTER of preflight weather! You will learn to use the weather Risk Assessment chart to identify actual and potential hazards (and have a good idea on the likelihood of each). Included in these lessons are two coaching calls You will learn which master tools/opps con confirm hazards and which forecast hazards and you will be able to use these to quickly in about 15-20 minutes) be able to accurately assess the actual hazards from the forecast hazards and create a plan to avoid these hazards We will also discuss local weather across the country If you are a pilot, making go-no go decisions-this is the level of expertise you need to achieve. WINGS CREDITS: Basic, Advanced and Master

Master Preflight Weather Course
Length: 12-weeks
Purpose: To train pilots to accurately assess the potential for the SIX aviation weather hazards in a Preflight brief in about 30 minutes (or less).
PART I - PREFLIGHT BRIEFER:
Weeks 1-4
This first section is the most vital as it provides the basic sites and skills required for the rest of the course. For this reason, it includes TWO of the FOUR coaching sessions.

Here, we focus on the tools of the Preflight Brief as well as basic interpretation of all elements of a Preflight Weather Brief:
. Surface Analysis
. Sattelie
. Radar
. ICAO decode of METARS/TAFS
. Full understanding of various Adverse Condition forecasts
. Graphical Forecast for Aviation
. Winds Aloft

At the conclusion of this 4-week course, students will be able to conduct a Preflight Weather Brief using all the tools presented, Identify all forecast weather hazards, and decide if a flight can be conducted within a pre-set minimum in about 30 minutes or less

WINGS CREDITS: Basic, Advanced and Master

PART II - ADVANCED BRIEFER:
Weeks 5-8
In this 4-week session, students advance their skills and are able to identify potential hazards from each step of a briefing. Students will also learn more advanced-level skills on satellite and radar interpretation, as well as an understanding of how to anticipate smaller scale phenomenon. This portion of the course includes one coaching call More importantly here, you will learn the best and some little-known tools to identify potential hozords in each area:
. FR/Mountain Obscuration
. Turbulence/LLWS, Mountain Wave/Mechanical Turbulence
. Thunderstorms
. icing

WINGS CREDITS: Basic, Advanced and Master

PART III - MASTER BRIEFER:
Weeks 9-12
This is where you become a MASTER of preflight weather! You will learn to use the weather Risk Assessment chart to identify actual and potential hazards (and have a good idea on the likelihood of each). Included in these lessons are two coaching calls You will learn which master tools/opps con confirm hazards and which forecast hazards and you will be able to use these to quickly in about 15-20 minutes) be able to accurately assess the actual hazards from the forecast hazards and create a plan to avoid these hazards We will also discuss local weather across the country If you are a pilot, making go-no go decisions-this is the level of expertise you need to achieve. WINGS CREDITS: Basic, Advanced and Master

1 review for The Master Preflight Weather Course

  1. Brink, IFR Pilot

    “Delia, you have a wealth of invaluable knowledge and your passion for it has made a breakthrough for me. I have always hated preflight weather information. Too cryptic and confusing…
    I am now happy to report that I actually enjoy doing a full preflight briefing (without being decoded)! I had no idea how much information was on a Satellite or Surface Analysis until your detailed explanations! Another huge factor for my enjoyment is the roadmap you have given me through the overwhelming amount of weather information!
    In the past, if I flew more than 50 miles I would call a briefer, listen to the blah blah blah and if I didn’t hear “VFR not recommend” I was good to go.
    .. I will be recommending your course to other pilots…”

    Brink
    IFR Pilot

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