Cirrus Training and Services 

Arwyn Jones is a Cirrus Standardised Instructor Pilot (CSIP)  allowing us to provide high quality Cirrus Training and pilot and examiner services. CSIP’s undergo extensive ground and flight training in Cirrus aircraft, with a Cirrus Factory instructor at the Cirrus factory in Duluth to distinguish themselves as an expert in Cirrus flight training. All CSIPs use standardised flight operations manuals, syllabus suites, and procedures to ensure that your flight training is consistent with other Cirrus pilots’ training and with that of the factory training at Cirrus Headquarters.

CSIPs can accomodate almost any flight training request or requirement, and they are the preferred training providers by leading insurance companies. Cirrus Aircraft strongly recommends that all initial and recurrent Cirrus training be conducted by a CSIP.

Cirrus training and services offered:

  • Cirrus Transition Training(VFR Emphasis)
  • Cirrus Advanced Transition (IFR Emphasis)
  • Perspective upgrade (VFR Emphasis)
  • Perspective upgrade (IFR Emphasis)
  • Airframe/Powerplant upgrade
  • Cirrus Recurrency Training
  • FAA Flight Review(BFR)
  • FAA Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC)
  • EASA Instrument Rating Proficiency Check
  • EASA Licence  Proficiency Check
  • Customised programs tailored to your needs

Cirrus Transition Training

If your buying a brand new or a second hand Cirrus and need transition training our Factory Standardised course will provide with knowledge and skill to fly your Cirrus. Arwyn is an expert in aircraft fitted with all possible Cirrus configuration: Avidyne (including R9), Garmin Perspective, Garmin GTN, Aspen or Sandel. He can also help with differences training if you’re already a Cirrus pilot and moving to an aircraft with new capabilities like Turbo, FIKI or Avionics. Arwyn has the Knowledge and Expertise to build you Confidence and Proficiency in your Cirrus.

To purchase training materials click here. If you would like to talk to us about which training materials package, send us an email or give us a call +44(0)7876567474

The Cirrus Transition courses are designed for licensed pilots who wish to fly a Cirrus aircraft or who wishes to make a significant upgrade from one Cirrus model to another. The courses focuses on mastering aircraft control, engine management, use of avionics, use of autopilot, and important emergency/abnormal situations in VFR conditions.

Training Packages

Transition(VFR Emphasis)

The three day Cirrus Transition course is designed for licensed pilots who wish to fly a Cirrus aircraft. The course focuses on mastering aircraft control, engine management, use of avionics, use of autopilot, and important emergency/abnormal situations in VFR conditions. Completing the Transition Training course satisfies most insurance requirements or aircraft checkout procedures for pilots new to Cirrus aircraft. This package is 3 days of one-on-one instruction.

Advanced Transition(IFR Emphasis)

Maximise the aircraft’s utility by completing the Advanced Transition Training course. The advanced version of the Transition Training course develops your proficiency in the IFR environment and culminates with an EASA Instrument Rating or IR(Restricted) proficiency  or FAA Instrument Proficiency Check.This package is 5 days of one-on-one instruction or 2 days if you have already completed the Transition course (VFR Emphasis).

The Airframe and Powerplant Differences

Designed for qualified Cirrus pilots who want to learn to fly an SR20 to the SR22 or vice versa. The minimum transition time is 2 hours of airborne time plus ground school and home study with a course average of 5 hours.

The Avionics Differences

Designed for qualified Cirrus pilots who wish to fly a different avionics package to another. Cirrus offers avionics packages from either Avidyne or Garmin. The minimum transition time is 2 hours of airborne time plus ground school and home study with a course average of 5 hours.

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Cirrus SR20 Transition Training

This transition course is designed for licensed/certificated pilots who wish to fly a Cirrus SR20 aircraft. Cirrus training materials should be purchased in order to complete Transition, Advanced Transition or Differences Training in an SR20.

Cirrus SR22 Transition Training

This transition course is designed for licensed/certificated pilots who wish to fly a Cirrus SR22 aircraft. Cirrus training materials should be purchased in order to complete Transition, Advanced Transition or Differences Training in an SR22.

TRAINING RESOURCES

Cirrus SR22T Transition Training

This transition course is designed for licensed/certificated pilots who wish to fly a Cirrus SR22T aircraft. Cirrus training materials should be purchased in order to complete Transition, Advanced Transition or Differences Training in an SR22T.

Cirrus Recurrent Training

The Cirrus Perspective Recurrent Training courses are designed for licensed/certificated Cirrus pilots who wish “brush up” on their skills, maintain currency, or expand their knowledge of Cirrus Aircraft.

AIRMANSHIP REFRESHER
Many general aviation accidents occur during the landing phase of flight. These accidents are typically the result of poor airmanship or aircraft control capabilities, which may degrade over time or periods of inactivity. Complete the Airmanship Refresher course if you are interested in honing your aircraft control skills. Completing the takeoff and landing challenge along with the slow flight and stall series will boost your confidence and expand your pilot capabilities. Rehearse emergency procedures in the flight training device and know that you will be better prepared to handle situations that can arise in flight.

IFR REFRESHER
Real life IMC approaches actually occur surprisingly infrequently, as does holding, circling approaches, or missed approaches. IFR pilots are strongly encouraged to complete the IFR Refresher course to help remove some rust but also to build confidence and increase aircraft utility. Pilots wishing to get back into IFR flying or looking to expand their IFR capabilities will find this course both challenging and rewarding.

 

CUSTOMISED FLIGHT TRAINING OR SERVICES
We also customise a training event that meets your needs. Contact us us at 7876567474 or click here to customise a training plan for you.

Skill Refresher

90 Day Skill Refresher

Qualified Cirrus pilots should complete this course 90 days after transition training to review and fine tune the skills learned during the transition training. its built around the pilot and can incorporate a wide range of skills included in other courses. The 90 Day skill refresher will typically take half day and will mainly concentrate on:

  • Landing accuracy
  • Review of normal procedures
  • Basic aircraft handling

Skill Refresher

Six Month Recurrent Check

A Cirrus Pilot should complete recurrent training every six months. It’s built around the pilot and can incorporate a wide range of skills included in other courses. The six monthly recurrent check will typically take one day and will mainly concentrate on:

  • Landing accuracy
  • Scenario based training
  • CFIT avoidance
  • Re-establishing personal minimums

Landing Standardisation

This short course focuses on improving the skills required to perform safe approaches and landings. This training is will give you the opportunity to develop and hone landing skills. An estimated 1.0 – 1.5 flight hours will be required for completion of this syllabus.

 

 

IFR Recurrent Training

A Cirrus Pilot should complete recurrent training every six months. This course will increase your proficiency and comfort level when operating your Cirrus Aircraft in the IMC/IFR environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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