CFI RULES AND PROCEDURES
Updated Dec. 17, 2022 by Richard Garnett
- Any CFI wanting to teach at Long Beach Flying Club, must be approved by the LBFC Management Committee.
- Preference will be given to CFI’s who have completed all of their training (Private Pilot, Instrument, Commercial and CFI) at Long Beach Flying Club.
- All CFI’s providing flight or ground instruction using LBFC aircraft or facilities, must complete a CFI checkout with the Chief CFI.
- Each course a CFI wants to teach ( Private, Instrument, Commercial, and Part 141 courses) require a separate checkout with the Chief CFI. Other than the initial aircraft checkout with the Chief CFI, additional aircraft checkouts may be completed with any LBFC CFI.
- All CFI’s must complete an “Annual Flight Review”. The AFR will consist of a review of the CFI rules and a review of selected flight maneuvers. The AFR is conducted by the Chief CFI, Assistant Chief CFI, or a Designated Check Airman.
- A LBFC CFI who has been absent and not provided flight instruction for more than 60 days, must do a ground review with the Chief CFI, prior to giving flight instruction.
- Except for “One-Time” Demo flights, all people receiving flight or ground instruction at LBFC, must be current members of LBFC.
- Private Pilot training – All students in Private Pilot training must a pass “Pre-Solo”, “Pre- Cross Country” and “End of Course” stage checks. Note: Prior to the “Pre-Solo” stage check,(and all other stage checks) the student must have – Student Pilot certificate, Current Medical certificate, Current Photo ID, and Current Long Beach Airport AOA badge.
- Long Beach Flying Club has no obligation to provide students to LBFC CFI’s. It is the responsibility of each CFI to obtain their own students.