Flight Instructor Endorsements

A.41 Fundamentals of instructing knowledge test: § 61.183(d). I certify that [First name, MI, Last name] has received the required fundamentals of instruction training of § 61.185(a)(1). I have determined that [he or she] is prepared for the Fundamentals of Instructing knowledge test.

A.42 Flight instructor aeronautical knowledge test: § 61.183(f). I certify that [First name, MI, Last name] has received the required training of § 61.185(a)[(2) or (3) (as appropriate to the flight instructor rating sought)]. I have determined that [he or she] is prepared for the [name of] knowledge test.

A.43 Flight instructor ground and flight proficiency/practical test: § 61.183(g). I certify that [First name, MI, Last name] has received the required training of § 61.187(b). I have determined that [he or she] is prepared for the CFI – [aircraft category and class] practical test. Note: The endorsement for a practical test is required in addition to the § 61.39 endorsements provided in endorsements 1 and 2 (see paragraphs A.1 and A.2).

A.1 Prerequisites for practical test: Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 61, § 61.39(a)(6)(i) and (ii). I certify that [First name, MI, Last name] has received and logged training time within 2 calendar-months preceding the month of application in preparation for the practical test and [he or she] is prepared for the required practical test for the issuance of [applicable] certificate.

A.2 Review of deficiencies identified on airman knowledge test: § 61.39(a)(6)(iii), as required. I certify that [First name, MI, Last name] has demonstrated satisfactory knowledge of the subject areas in which [he or she] was deficient on the [applicable] airman knowledge test.

A.45 Spin training: § 61.183(i)(1). The spin training endorsement is only required of flight instructor airplane and flight instructor glider applicants. I certify that [First name, MI, Last name] has received the required training of § 61.183(i) in [an airplane, a glider]. I have determined that [he or she] is competent and possesses instructional proficiency in stall awareness, spin entry, spins, and spin recovery procedures.

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