FAA WINGS Program - Long Version

Report
The WINGS
Pilot Proficiency
Program
What it Is
and
How it Works
Presented to: Pilots
By: The FAA Safety Team
Date: FY13
Federal Aviation
Administration
Is the WINGS Program
Easy or Hard?
• It is as easy as 1-2-3; let me show you
1. Create an account on FAASafety.gov
2. Go to your account on FAASafety.gov
3. Click on the Quick WINGS Link
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Presentation Outline
• What is the WINGS Program?
• Why does the FAA offer the WINGS
Program?
• Why should you participate?
• Is WINGS Effective?
• How does it work for Pilots
• How does it work for Instructors
• Summary / Conclusion / Q&A
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Section 1
• What is the WINGS Program?
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What is the WINGS Program?
• Pilots who maintain currency and
proficiency in the basics of flight will enjoy
a safe and stress-free flying experience
• Requirements for each aircraft category and
class include subjects and flight maneuvers
specific to that category and class
– To ensure pilots receive a well-rounded learning
experience, only certain flight activities fulfill specific
flight credit requirements
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What is the WINGS Program?
• The objective is to address primary accident
causal factors
– Especially those that continue to plague the general
aviation community year after year
• By focusing on this objective, we expect to
reduce the number of accidents we see
each year
• It is not a simple “Award” program, but is a
true proficiency program
– designed to help improve our skills and knowledge
as pilots
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Why?
• 30 ft. of airplane is
now just 3 ft!
• What would lead a
VFR pilot into IMC
conditions?
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Procedural Errors
• Slips, lapses, and
mistakes in the
execution of
procedures
– Skipping items on a
checklist
– A distraction that
causes the pilot to fail
to extend the landing
gear, or not to extend
it in this case
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ch?v=pucmWr55cgw
• Pre-established
habits?
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General Aviation Accidents
• The reasons pilots have accidents have
remained largely unchanged over the years
– Human error remains
the greatest factor in
aircraft accidents and
incidents
– These mistakes are
made by all types and
experience levels
of pilots,
• Including Instructors
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Why Land Off Airport?
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Section 2
• Why does the FAA have a WINGS Program?
• Does the WINGS Program Really Work?
– Will I be a safer pilot if I participate?
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Accident Rates
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Fatal Accident Rates
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3-Year Accident Data
Accident
Type
Part 91
Accidents
Reported
Part 91
Accidents
used in
Analysis
Percent of
Part 91
Accidents
used in
Analysis
Part
103
Part
133
Part
137
Part
141
800
712
89.0%
2
6
15
2
Non-Fatal
3,291
2,942
89.4%
4
13
184
38
Total
4,091
3,654
89.3%
6
19
199
40
Fatal
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Pilots who have earned a Basic
Phase in the WINGS Program
18,000
16,136
16,000
14,000
12,599
12,000
10,000
8,914
8,000
6,000
5,290
4,000
2,881
2,000
444
2007
2008
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2010
2011
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Phases of WINGS Earned
Calendar
Year
Basic Level
Phases Ever
Earned
Phases
“Current” at
End of Year
Total Phases Ever
Earned (Basic,
Advanced, Master)
2008
2,881
2,563
4,811
2009
5,290
3,118
8,884
2010
8,914
5,072
14,235
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WINGS Pilots with Accidents
Calendar Year
Number of
Part 91
Accidents
Number of Pilots
who earned a
Phase of WINGS
before the accident
Percentage of Pilots
who earned a
Phase of WINGS
before the accident
2008
1,289
5
0.39%
2009
1,173
7
0.60%
2010
1,192
13
1.09%
Total
3,654
25
0.68%
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WINGS Pilots Who Had an Accident
Number of Pilots
Percentage of Pilots
who earned a
who earned a
Phase of WINGS
Phase of WINGS and
and Had an Accident
Had an accident
At the End
of the
Calendar
Year
Pilots who
Earned a
Basic Level
Phase Ever
2008
2,881
5
0.17%
2009
5,290
12
0.23%
2010
8,914
25
0.28%
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WINGS Pilots with Accidents
Calendar
Year
Number Number of Pilots
Percentage of
Percentage of
of Part 91
who had an
Pilots who had
Pilots who
Accidents
accident who
an accident who
earned a
had a “Current” had a “Current” Phase of WINGS
Phase of WINGS Phase of WINGS
before the
before the
before the
accident
accident
accident
2008
1,289
5
0.39%
0.39%
2009
1,173
4
0.34%
0.60%
2010
1,192
3
0.25%
1.09%
Total
3,654
12
0.33%
0.68%
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WINGS Pilots
Who Had a Fatal Accident
Calendar Number of
Year
Fatal Part
91
Accidents
2008
239
0
0.00%
Number of
Pilots who
had a
“Current”
Phase of
WINGS
before the
accident
0
2009
238
2
0.84%
1
0.42%
2010
235
2
0.85%
0
0.00%
712
4
0.56%
1
0.14%
Total
Number of
Percentage
Pilots who
of Pilots who
earned a
earned a
Phase of
Phase of
WINGS before
WINGS
the accident
before the
accident
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of Pilots
who had a
“Current”
Phase of
WINGS
before the
accident
0.00%
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WINGS Accident Summary
• Loss of Control – 10
– On Landing – 4
• 3 tail wheel
– Water Landing - 3
– Takeoff – 2
– At night in pattern - 1
• Engine Failure – 5
– Fuel Exhaustion – 3
– Carb Icing – 1
– Water in fuel – 1
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• Other
– Helicopter Loss of
Control – 2
– VFR into IMC – 2
– Hit Deer – 1
– Landed long at night –
too fast – 1
– Pipe Line Patrol – 1
– Glider takeoff – 1
– Forgot landing gear – 1
– Heavy/High density
altitude takeoff - 1
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Summary
• We encourage flight and ground instructors
to give more attention in two major areas
1. Proper preflight planning, with an emphasis on
performance and limitations, and
2. Transition training
• In addition, designated pilot examiners
should test the 1st area more thoroughly
– which will further emphasize that topic’s importance
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Summary
• Do pilots who participate in the WINGS
Program have better safety records because
of the additional training they receive?
• Is their safety record a result of their
intrinsic interest in aviation safety?
– Their subsequent participation in the WINGS
Program is then a natural result of that interest
• Does the WINGS Program help make
already safe pilots safer?
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Summary
• Pilots who participate in the WINGS
Program are, as a group, involved in
substantially fewer accidents than their
peers
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Section 3
• How is the WINGS Program structured?
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Levels and Phases
• There are three Levels
– Basic, Advanced, and Master
• A Phase within a Level consists of six tasks
or activities
– Three Knowledge Activities, and
– Three Flight Activities
• A pilot may earn as many phases in each
level as he or she desires
– Each phase requires the completion of an additional
six tasks or activities
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Basic Level
• A recurrent training program
– Provides pilots a higher level of proficiency than
merely preparing for a typical Flight Review
• Because the Basic Level addresses primary
accident causal factors, every pilot is
required to complete a phase at the Basic
Level at least once every 12 calendar months
– This ensures pilots are aware of current accident
causal factors and possible mitigation strategies
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Basic Level Standards
• The Basic Level requires use of the Private
Pilot Practical Test Standards (PTS)
– or the PTS for the pilot certificate held, whichever is
lower
• This includes Sport and Recreational Pilot Certificates
• Pilots in the WINGS Program must
demonstrate proficiency to the same
standards required at the certification level
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Accident Causal Factors
• Aeronautical Decision Making
– Including Runway Safety Issues
• Performance and Limitations
– Including Loss of Control Issues
• Preflight Planning, Risk Management, and
Fuel Management
• Takeoffs and Landings
• Positive Aircraft Control
– Including Loss of Control Issues
• Basic Flying Skills
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Seminar Topics
• ADM and Risk
Management
• Single-Pilot Resource
Management
• Human Factors
• Basic Flying Skills
• Takeoffs, Launches,
Landings, & GoArounds
• Weather, including
VFR into IMC
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Aerial Application
Aeromedical Factors
Aviation Security
Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT)
Checklist Usage
Collision Avoidance
Cross Country Flight Planning, including Pilotage,
Dead Reckoning, Navigation Systems, or Charts
Density Altitude Operations
Emergency Training, including Egress Training and
Land & Water Survival
Exchange of Flight Controls
High Altitude Operations
Land and Hold Short Operations
Maintenance and/or Airworthiness Related Issues
Positive Aircraft Control
Regulations
Runway Incursion Avoidance
Special Use Airspace
Stall/Spin Awareness
Temporary Flight Restrictions
Wake Turbulence Avoidance
Wire Strike Avoidance
Other Aviation Safety-Related Subjects, with
approval
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Advanced and Master Levels
• For pilots who want a training and
proficiency program that take them a step
above the Basic Level
– Higher proficiency standards are required
• These Levels afford the pilot an opportunity,
in concert with an instructor, to tailor the
training to fit more specific needs
– To complete a phase of WINGS at the Advanced or
Master levels, a pilot must simultaneously complete
or already hold the level just below
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Advanced Level Standards
• The Advanced level requires using the
Commercial PTS
– or the Private PTS when there is not a
Commercial PTS,
– or if the pilot completed the Basic level by using
the Sport or Recreational PTS, then the Private
PTS is used for this level.
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Master Level Standards
• The Master level requires using the
Commercial and Instrument Rating PTS or
the ATP PTS
– if one is available for the category and class of
aircraft used
• In addition, some activities refer to tasks
from the Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI)
PTS
• A Light Sport Aircraft (LSA) cannot be used
at this level
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How Are WINGS Credits Assigned?
• Professional judgment is used in determining
whether an activity meets the requirements for
WINGS Credit, and
– a few straightforward requirements are indispensable
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How Are WINGS Credits Assigned?
• The major topic of the activity must
normally fall into one of the topics we
discussed above
– They cover primary accident causal factors
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Accident Causal Factors
• Aeronautical Decision Making
– Including Runway Safety Issues
• Performance and Limitations
– Including Loss of Control Issues
• Preflight Planning, Risk Management, and
Fuel Management
• Takeoffs and Landings
• Positive Aircraft Control
– Including Loss of Control Issues
• Basic Flying Skills
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Seminar Topics
• ADM and Risk
Management
• Single-Pilot Resource
Management
• Human Factors
• Basic Flying Skills
• Takeoffs, Launches,
Landings, & GoArounds
• Weather, including
VFR into IMC
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Aerial Application
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Aviation Security
Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT)
Checklist Usage
Collision Avoidance
Cross Country Flight Planning, including Pilotage,
Dead Reckoning, Navigation Systems, or Charts
Density Altitude Operations
Emergency Training, including Egress Training and
Land & Water Survival
Exchange of Flight Controls
High Altitude Operations
Land and Hold Short Operations
Maintenance and/or Airworthiness Related Issues
Positive Aircraft Control
Regulations
Runway Incursion Avoidance
Special Use Airspace
Stall/Spin Awareness
Temporary Flight Restrictions
Wake Turbulence Avoidance
Wire Strike Avoidance
Other Aviation Safety-Related Subjects, with
approval
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How Are WINGS Credits Assigned?
• The major topic of the activity must normally fall into one of
the topics discussed above
– inasmuch as they cover primary accident causal factors
• The length of the presentation or activity will be considered
– generally, an activity consisting of at least 60 minutes of instruction earns one
credit
• Educational value, such as accuracy and the depth of
discussion or demonstration, will be reviewed
– Generally, material must be presented to a level of understanding consistent
with that of at least a Private Pilot (or Recreational or Sport Pilot, as
appropriate for the intended audience), and
• The activity or presentation must cover the material in
sufficient detail
– so that by incorporating a renewed understanding of the subject matter into
their flying habits, or using a reacquired aeronautical skill, pilots can be
assumed to have lessened the possibility of a potential accident
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How Are WINGS Credits Assigned?
• Pilots who demonstrate a specified level of
knowledge and/or proficiency
• Incorporate such skills and knowledge into
their flying habits
• Will mitigate these topics as accident causal
factors
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Section 4
• What are the benefits of participation?
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Benefits of Participation
• Completion of any Phase of WINGS
satisfies the requirement for a flight
review
– 14 CFR 61.56(e)
• Some insurance companies offer a
premium discount for participation
– As much as a 10% discount
• Participating pilots really are safer pilots
– As demonstrated by a study comparing
accidents by WINGS pilots vs. non-WINGS pilots
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Certificates and Transcript
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Flight Review Expiration Date
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WINGS Pins
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Why do pilots participate?
• Safety oriented
– Because you want to be a safe as possible
• New
– To maintain your skills
• Experienced
– To refresh your skills
• You want to join the ranks of the
knowledgeable and proficient pilots!
– How many pilots participate?
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Why Should You Participate?
• Every pilot must participate in some kind of
recurrent training program
– Especially General Aviation Pilots!
• Feel more confident
• Increase your safety margins
• Develop an ongoing relationship with a CFI
or training facility
• Increase safety margins
– Prevent the cost of aircraft repairs, medical costs,
increased insurance premiums, and personal
embarrassment following an aircraft accident
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Can All Pilots Participate?
• All pilots with a US-issued certificate
• Student Pilots
• Pilots with US certificates based on Foreign
certificates
– They have to fly with a US-certificated CFI
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Take a Break!
• Be back in 15 minutes
• We will be demonstrating how the program
works after the break
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Section 5
• How Does the WINGS Program Work
– For Pilots
– For Instructors
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The Role of the CFI in the
WINGS Program?
• Instructors play a vital role
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Teaching
Confirming correct knowledge
Demonstrating flight maneuvers
Validating WINGS credits
• Benefits for Instructors
– Renewing your CFI certificate based on WINGS
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The Log In and Preferences Portal
• Not Logged In
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Email Changed
Forgot Password
Create an Account
About the FAASTeam
• Logged In
– My Preferences and
Profile
– Change Email
Address or Password
– FAQs
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How Does the WINGS Program
Work for Pilots?
• Introduction to www.FAASafety.gov
– Account Creation
– Account Management
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Email Address
Password
Security Questions
WINGS Profile
– Home Page
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Create an Account
• Go to
www.FAASafety.gov
• In the log in Portal,
click on the link,
Create an Account
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Create an
Account
• Enter the email
address you will
use for the
WINGS Program
• Enter it Again!
• Click on the
“Yes” button
• If you hold a
pilot certificate
• Click “Continue”
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Create an Account
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Create an Account
Registration Summary
Go to
www.FAASafety.gov
Click on the Create
an Account link
Enter you email
address: twice!
Select “Yes” if you
have an airman
certificate
Enter your
Last Name &
Certificate Number
Select and Answer
your
Security Questions
Go to your email
box and retrieve
your temporary
password
Go back to
www.FAASafety.gov
Log in and Change
your password
Go to your
Home Page
Click on
Quick WINGS
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User Account Status
Name
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Account Status Update
• On your My Preferences page, click on the
Airman Registry tab to change your account
status from “User” to “Airman”
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WINGS Made Easy!
• Click on the link that says, “Click here to
return to Preferences” if you want to make
other changes, or
• At the top of the page, click on the link to
the Home page
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Quick WINGS
• WINGS Portal with the Quick WINGS link
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Quick WINGS
User Not Logged In
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WINGS Made Easy!
• Print the checklist and discuss the WINGS
requirements with your instructor
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Activity Selection
• Activities are pre-selected for you
• Sometimes, the system makes a wrong
choice
• You can use the Search feature to make a
different choice of activity.
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Some “Rules” of the
WINGS Program
• Three Knowledge credits
– Online Courses –
• Review any time, but only once every 90 days for credit
– Seminars
– 3rd Party Activities , Seminars, and Webinars
• Three Flight credits
– Not necessarily three flights
– Not necessarily three hours
• All credits must be earned within a 12
calendar month period
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Some “Rules” of the
WINGS Program
• What does Current mean?
– A phase earned within the previous 12 calendar
months
• Credits only fill certain slots
– For example, a Knowledge Topic 1 credit cannot fill
a Knowledge Topic 2 credit requirement
• Plan to get your WINGS and keep them for
your entire pilot career
– This is ongoing - not just a one time event like a
certificate or rating
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WINGS Profile
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Is a Medical Certificate Required?
• No medical certificate is required
– Unless the instructor with whom you are flying
cannot act as PIC
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How to Get WINGS Credits
• Online Courses give automatic credit
• Seminars give credit when the presenter
“Closes” the event
• 3rd Party activities are also automated
• Flight Activities get credit in one of several
ways
– Immediate credit by CFI
– Credit validated by another Instructor
– The pilot requests credit and a “Validator” validates
that credit request
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How to Get WINGS Credits
• Flight Activities get
credit in one of
several ways
– Immediate credit by
CFI
– Credit validated by
another Instructor
– The pilot requests
credit and a
“Validator” validates
that credit request
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How to Get WINGS Credits
• Flight Activities get credit in one of several
ways
– Immediate credit by CFI
– Credit validated by another Instructor
– The pilot requests credit and a “Validator” validates
that credit request
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How to Get WINGS Credits
• Flight Activities get credit in one of several
ways
– Immediate credit by CFI
– Credit validated by another Instructor
– The pilot requests credit and a “Validator” validates
that credit request
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How to Get WINGS Credits
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How to Get WINGS Credits
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Summary
• Quick WINGS is the key for pilots who want
the simplest solution to WINGS
participation.
– Meets the needs of over 95% of WINGS users
• User suggestions for improvement are
welcome!
– Email suggestions to [email protected]
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Section 6
• How does the WINGS Program work for
CFIs?
• Instructors play a vital role
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Teaching
Confirming correct knowledge
Demonstrating flight maneuvers
Validating WINGS credits
• Benefits for Instructors
– Renewing your CFI certificate based on WINGS
– Limiting your liability by using the FAA Practical Test
Standards to accomplish the Flight Review
requirement!
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How Does the WINGS Program
Work for CFIs?
• Several levels of CFI participation
– Don’t Give credit
– Give Immediate Credit
• Logged In or Not logged in to your account
– Validate a Credit Request from a pilot
• You can print a pilot’s Checklist
– All you need is their WINGS email address
• Renew your CFI Certificate
– by participating in the WINGS Program
• both as a pilot and as an instructor
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The WINGS Checklist
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Give Immediate Credit
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Give Immediate Credit
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Give Immediate Credit
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Give Immediate Credit
Give Immediate Credit
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Give Immediate Credit
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WINGS Checklist for Instructors
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WINGS Checklist for Instructors
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WINGS Checklist for Instructors
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Checkpoint
• Any questions?
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CFI Renewal Based on WINGS
1. Hold a flight instructor certificate that has not expired,
2. Hold a current phase of WINGS (at any level) at the time of
application,
3. Have evaluated at least 15 WINGS-accredited flight activities (any
level) during which the CFI evaluates at least five different pilots,
and make appropriate endorsements in the logbook of each pilot
for each activity,
4. Present a record to an aviation safety inspector (ASI) showing that
the CFI has met the requirements of subparagraph 6e(3) above
within the preceding 24 calendar-months before the month of
application for renewal of his or her flight instructor certificate, and
5. Present a completed FAA Form 8710-1, Airman Certificate and/or
Rating Application Supplemental Information and Instructions, to
an authorized person for renewal of his or her flight instructor
certificate
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CFI Renewal Based on WINGS
• Go to your account on FAASafety.gov
• In the Instructor Portal
– Click on Enter Instructor Portal
• On the Instructor Tools tab
– Click on List of Credits Validated
• The default report shows your activity as a
flight instructor in the WINGS program
– Just export that to PDF using the icon provided and
print the report
• Note that if there are “Yes/No” boxes shown for an entry,
you have to check the appropriate choice before presenting
the report to the FSDO
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Summary
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What is WINGS?
Why does the FAA offer WINGS?
Is WINGS Effective?
How a pilot uses WINGS on FAASafety.gov
How a CFI uses WINGS on FAASafety.gov
You are cordially invited to participate in the
WINGS – Pilot Proficiency Program!
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WINGS Made Easy!
• If you do not already have an account at
www.FAASafety.gov, create one now!
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Q&A
• What questions do you have?
• If you have a question later, send an email
to [email protected]
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