NAFI PDC: How and Why to Incorporate WINGS into Your Flight Training Curric...

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EAA AirVenture NAFI Professional Development Center

National Association of Flight Instructors Tent 419-420

Celebration Way

Oshkosh, WI 54902

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Gain a clear understanding of how the FAA WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program fits into your flight training plans. This session will help you understand the process, how to use the resource to encourage your students to seek structured proficiency and guide them to recognize the broader benefits of using WINGS as a standard for life-long learning. We will discuss why introducing your students to WINGS, not only will potentially lead to a safer pilot, but, how it benefits the instructor and student/former student if the FAA calls.

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Heather Metzler holds a CFII, MEI, ATP, Commercial SEL/SES and AMES. She has flown over 100 aircraft types, including the PA-17, Citation X, the North American T-6, 450 Stearman and Cessna 195 to name a few. Heather has over 1000 hours of dual given, and has flown corporate, Air Taxi, and Air Carrier. She is currently FAASTeam Program Manager for the Little Rock Flight Standards District Office.

Karen Kalishek is a CFI, CFII, MEI, CFI-G, AGI, IGI, NAFI Master Instructor, FAA Gold Seal flight instructor and the 2019 National FAASTeam Representative of the Year. She holds an ATP certificate and has ASES and Glider Commercial privileges. She has held officer positions in and is actively involved with several aviation organizations, currently as member of the NAFI Board of Directors. She is also a captain in the Civil Air Patrol, serving as a CAP volunteer flight instructor, check pilot, mission pilot and cadet orientation pilot.

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EAA AirVenture NAFI Professional Development Center

National Association of Flight Instructors Tent 419-420

Celebration Way

Oshkosh, WI 54902

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