To become a qualified flight instructor for the TCRCM club, please contact, the club president.
Below is the list of instructor expectations.
Instructor Skills Expectations
Besides being a qualified pilot, there are other important attributes that need to be considered.
In 1998 the AMA held three Introductory Pilot Program meetings at different trade shows. One of the main subjects discussed was the definition of a good instructor. The following lists the various traits that are important in choosing an individual:
Patience and even temperament
Good teaching skills
Good team player
Thorough knowledge of equipment
Thorough understanding of safety issues
Good preflight skills
Good piloting skills
Ability to judge piloting skills
Good at balanced praise and criticism