ASG 100 – 2.5 Credits
Private Pilot Single Ground School
The course is designed to provide students basic aeronautical knowledge for training towards an FAA Private Pilot certificate. This course provides instruction in aeromedical; aircraft structure, systems, and instruments; aerodynamics; regulations and pre-flight requirements; airports/airspace; aircraft operations; emergency procedures; night operations; weather theory and services; VFR navigation, and aeronautical decision making. At the completion of this course, the student will have completed the ground training necessary to meet the endorsement requirements to take the Private Pilot Airmen Knowledge Test (AKT).

ASF 101 – 4 Credits
Private Pilot Single Flight Lab
This course consists of flight instruction given by an appropriately rated instructor as well as solo practice. Flight instruction is received in the following subjects: pre-flight operations, weight and balance determination, line inspection, aircraft start-up and run-ups, airplane servicing, airport and traffic pattern operations at controlled and uncontrolled airports, radio communications, and collision avoidance precautions flight maneuvering by reference to ground objects flight at slow airspeeds with realistic distractions, recognition of and recovery from stalls entered from straight flight and from turns, and how to execute proper takeoffs and landings. Additionally, the course will cover how to properly control and maneuver an airplane solely by reference to instruments, including emergency descents and climbs using radio aids or radar directives; and the skill of cross-country flying using pilotage, dead reckoning, and radio aids.

ASG 120 – 2.5 Credits
Instrument Airplane Ground School
The course is designed to provide students basic aeronautical knowledge for training towards an FAA Instrument rating. This course provides instruction in human factors; instruments; aerodynamics; regulations; airspace; ATC; IFR navigation; aircraft control; emergency operations; IFR operations; and accident analysis. At the completion of this course, the student will have completed the ground training necessary to meet the endorsement requirements to take the Instrument Airmen Knowledge Test (AKT).

Prerequisite: ASG 100 or Private Pilot Certificate

ASF 121 – 4 Credits
Instrument Airplane Flight Lab
This course covers the control and accurate maneuvering of an airplane solely by reference to flight instruments, IFR navigation by the use of VOR and GPS systems (including time, speed and distance computations), and compliance with air traffic control instructions and procedures. The course will also cover flying instrument approaches to published minimums using the VOR, GPS,LOC, and ILS systems and cross-country flying in simulated or actual IFR conditions, on Federal airways or as routed by ATC, are covered in detail.

Prerequisite: ASG 120 and Private Pilot Certificate

ASG 200 – 2.5 Credits
Commercial Pilot Multi Ground School
The course is designed to provide students basic aeronautical knowledge for training towards an FAA Commercial Pilot certificate with multi engine rating. This course provides instruction in aeromedical; CRM; multi engine systems/aerodynamics; regulations and pre-flight requirements; multi engine operations; emergency operations; airspace; meteorology; IFR operations; cross-country planning; and aeronautical decision making. At the completion of this course, the student will have completed the ground training necessary to meet the endorsement requirements to take the Commercial Pilot Airmen Knowledge Test (AKT).

Prerequisite: ASG 120 or Instrument Pilot Certificate or Private with Instrument Pilot Certificate

ASF 201 – 3.5 Credits
Commercial Pilot Multi Flight Lab (55e)
This course consists of flight instruction given by an appropriately rated instructor. Flight instruction is received in an airplane with retractable gear, flaps, a controllable propeller, and powered by multiple engines. Night flying, including a cross-country night flight with a landing at a point more than 100 miles from the point of departure is accomplished. Each student learns normal and maximum performance takeoffs, and landings using precision approaches and prescribed airplane performance speeds, including operation at maximum authorized takeoff weights. The course also covers emergency procedures appropriate to VFR and IFR flight and to the operation of complex airplane systems.

Prerequisite: ASG 201 and Private with Instrument Pilot Certificate

ASF 221 – .5 Credits
Commercial Pilot Single Additional Rating Flight Lab
During this course, in flight operations, the student will develop an in-depth knowledge of single engine aircraft components, functions, systems, aerodynamics and performance at the commercial pilot level. The student will also gain necessary knowledge on en route flight to include weather, navigation, and regulations.

Prerequisite: ASG 210; ASF 211 or ASF 212

ASG 300 – 2 Credits
Flight Instructor Single Ground School
The course is designed to provide students basic aeronautical knowledge for training towards an FAA Flight Instructor Certificate. This course provides instruction in the fundamentals of instruction; regulations; aeromedical; systems; aerodynamics; pre-flight requirements; airspace; safe operation of aircraft; night/high altitude operations; meteorology; navigation; and flight planning. At the completion of this course, the student will have completed the ground training necessary to meet the endorsement requirements to take the Flight Instructor Fundamentals of Instructing and Flight Instructor Airplane Airmen Knowledge Tests (AKT).

Prerequisite: ASG 210

ASF 301 – 1.5 Credits
Flight Instructor Single Ground Briefs
During this course the student will obtain the instructional knowledge, necessary to meet the requirements of a Flight Instructor Certificate with an Airplane Category and Single-Engine Class Rating.

Prerequisite: ASG 210

ASF 302 – 2.5 Credits
Flight Instructor Single Flight Lab
During this course the student will obtain the aeronautical skill and experience necessary to meet the requirements of a Flight Instructor Certificate with an Airplane Category and Single-Engine Class Rating.

Prerequisite: ASG 300

Course prerequisites may be met by transfer students as determined by the Chief Ground and Flight Instructors.

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