AVS - Aviation Science Instructor Qualifications

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS BY COURSE OFFERING:

 

For all classes:

  • Willing to commit to full term.
  • Fewer years of experience may be considered for part time instructors if their experience coordinates with the subjects to be taught.

 

AVS-107 Flight Lab: Level I
AVS-207 Flight Lab: Level II

  • One year experience teaching in the Aviation Science program.

 

AVS-120 Airplane: Private Pilot Ground
AVS-130 Instrument Ground

  • Current FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate; Airplane Single-Engine Land and Instrument Instructor Ratings (CFII SEL) and 200 hours dual instruction given; OR
  • Current FAA Certified Advanced Ground Instructor Certificate with classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.
  • Current TSA Flight Instructor security training.

 

AVS-140 Airplane: Comm Pilot Ground

  • Current FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate with Single- and Multi-engine Airplane and Instrument Instructor Ratings (CFII SEL MEL) and 200 hours dual instruction given; OR
  • Current FAA Certified Advanced Ground Instructor Certificate with classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.
  • Current TSA Flight Instructor security training.

 

AVS-230 Airplane: Flight Instructor Grd

  • Current FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate with Single- and Multi-engine Airplane and Instrument Instructor Ratings (CFII SEL MEL) held for at least 24 calendar months, and 400 hours dual instruction given; OR
  • Current FAA Certified Advanced Ground Instructor Certificate with classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.
  • Current TSA Flight Instructor security training.

 

AVS-110 Helicopter: Private Ground
AVS-150 Helicopter: Commercial Ground

  • Current FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate; Helicopter and Instrument Instructor Ratings (CFII RH) and 200 hours dual instruction given; OR
  • Current FAA Certified Advanced Ground Instructor Certificate with classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.
  • Current TSA Flight Instructor security training.

 

AVS-260 Helicopter: CFI Ground

  • Current FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate with Helicopter and Instrument Instructor Ratings (CFII RH) held for at least 24 calendar months, and 400 hours dual instruction given; OR
  • Current FAA Certified Advanced Ground Instructor Certificate with classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.
  • Current TSA Flight Instructor security training.

 

AVS-127 Intro to Aviation

  • Five years as a commercial pilot;
  • Experience teaching pilot judgment and decision-making
  • Classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.

 

AVS-137 Applied Aerodynamics

  • Current FAA Certified Flight Instructor Certificate, Helicopter or Airplane Rating;
  • 400 hours dual instruction given;
  • Classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.

 

AVS-157 Aircraft Systems & Structures: Airframe
AVS-167 Aircraft Systems & Structures: Powerplant

  • FAA A&P Certificate, or two years as an active commercial pilot;
  • Commercial Pilot Certificate, Airplane or Helicopter rating;
  • Two years field experience as pilot, mechanic or flight instructor.
  • Classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.

 

AVS-227 Aviation Careers

  • Experience teaching 100-level Aviation Science classes; OR
  • Ten years of industry experience working as a commercial pilot.
  • Classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.

 

AVS-237 Aviation Law and Regulations

  • Experience teaching 100-level Aviation Science classes; OR
  • Experience in an FAA-designated management position (such as chief instructor, chief pilot, or chief of maintenance).
  • Classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.

 

AVS-267 Economics of Flight Operations

  • Experience teaching 100-level Aviation Science classes;
  • Aviation management background.
  • Classroom teaching experience in these areas with student evaluations / references.

 

PREFERRED QUALFICATIONS:

For all classes:

  • Experience with online course management system
  • AAS in PCC's Aviation Science Program
  • Classroom teaching experience with student evaluations
  • Active CFI currently engaged in Part 141 flight instruction
  • Listed as flight instructor for Hillsboro Aviation.

 

AVS-157 Aircraft Systems & Structures: Airframe
AVS-167 Aircraft Systems & Structures: Powerplant

Preferred Qualifications (in addition to above):

  • FAA IA Certificate
  • Flight Instructor Certificate.

 

Revised Date 11/6/2009

 

Instructor Qualifications for AVS prior to November 2009