Cirrus Training Course
Transition Training (VFR )
Camflight’s factory approved transition course is designed for qualified pilots who wish to fly a Cirrus aircraft. The course focuses on mastering aircraft control, engine management, use of avionics, use of autopilot, and emergency/abnormal situations in VFR conditions. This course is a three day one to one instruction.
Advanced Transition (IFR)
Maximise the aircraft’s capability by completing the Advanced Transition Training course. The advanced version of the Transition Training course develops your proficiency in the IFR environment and culminates in either an FAA instrument proficiency check or EASA IR-SPA-SE Revalidation.
The Perspective Upgrade course, designed for experienced Cirrus pilots moving into a Cirrus Perspective. The course focuses on the skills and knowledge to operate the Cirrus Perspective avionics suite and upgraded electrical system. We utilise an simulator avionics procedure trainer before mastering tasks in the aircraft. The focal points of the course are VFR flight planning, communication controls, PFD setup and controls, MFD page navigation and controls, autopilot usage, reversionary mode control. This is a one day course with a Cirrus Standardised Instructor Pilot.
Advanced Perspective (IFR )
The Advanced Perspective course focuses heavily on instrument procedures in Cirrus aircraft with Perspective avionics. The course is designed for pilots that have prior Cirrus experience who desire to become instrument proficient at the Cirrus Perspective avionics system. . This course is a three day course with a Cirrus Standardised Instructor Pilot.
Camflight’s Cirrus Training courses’s are geared around proficiency, not time, so if you get proficient sooner, you’ll get signed off sooner!.
Cirrus Recurrent Training
Camflight highly encourages Cirrus pilots to follow Cirrus’ Recurrent Training program. It will help you be the best Cirrus pilot possible.
Cirrus’ Recurrent Training program is one of the industry’s best. There are three aspects to the program: The 90 Day Initial Recurrent Training, the 6 Month Schedule A Recurrent Training, and the 6 Month Schedule B Recurrent Training. The 90 Day Initial involves meeting with a Cirrus instructor to review the basics in the airplane and to answer any questions you have.
Schedule A and Schedule B are a bit more in depth. Schedule A visits all the IFR aspects of the Cirrus aircraft leading to an IPC at the end of the day. Schedule B is geared toward VFR flight and leads to a Flight Review sign off.
Cirrus Upgrade Training
Already a Cirrus owner, but you’re upgrading to different avionics or a turbo? No problem! Cirrus has the course for you. With the Avionics Differences and Airframe Differences courses, Cirrus has outlined the best way to move up to a different avionics or airframe package. CAMFLIGHT will guide you through the new operating systems in your aircraft and get you proficient and confident.
Cirrus Training In Your Aircraft
Arwyn our CSIP is qualified to give Cirrus Training in the following Cirrus models:
- Cirrus SR20
- Cirrus SR22
- Cirrus SR22 Turbo normalized
- Cirrus SR22 Turbo
- Cirrus SR22 G5
- Cirrus SR22 G5 Turbo
To purchase transition training materials, click here and be sure to select the correct aircraft and avionics combination