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Old 13th Nov 2017, 16:30   #1 (permalink)
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Standardisation FE PPL/CPL & IRE

Hallo everyone.

I am going to need to attend the following initial standardisation courses, in the very near future for my CAA UK license:

1-FE PPL/CPL
2-IRE

I am thinking about this two options:

a) Booker Aviation
b) Flight Examiner Training

Any of you gents are able to provide with some recommendations and...gotcha for the above courses and training providers?

thanks for help.

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You won’t go wrong with OnTrack either
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Old 14th Nov 2017, 09:20   #4 (permalink)


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They will all be equally boring! Just go for the cheapest course.
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They will all be equally boring!
There have been a lot of changes in the past 2 years and a lot of mistakes have been made. The CAA has given up communicating with its Examiners, so these seminars are the only means of informing and standardising Examiners. If its boring, then I suggest you are not a suitable person to be an Examiner!
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