Summary of Instructor Training
Becoming an instructor is so much more than just teaching people how to fly; it’s a way of life. One of the best ways to become more skilled and safer as a pilot is to become an instructor. The best reward is helping others unlock the dream of flight and guiding them along with fundamentals and building blocks so that they, too, can run into the sky.
We are always looking for instructors. Many of our current instructors are not just paramotor pilots but also love to travel, so having a large well-rounded instructor staff allows us to continue growing and accepting more students.
Just as our students grow throughout the 14-day classes, our instructor opportunities promise much the same. We believe it takes time and effort to learn all of the skills required to become a well-rounded instructor, so we have multiple tiers to work towards, with the ultimate goal of being able to lead all objectives.
We ask you to complete one full class of 14 days as an unpaid intern, to make sure that this is a good fit. You will be learning and help teaching some fundamental skills, especially with kiting initially. Just like students learning to fly, we understand everyone learns differently, so many opportunities will be had to get you up to speed as quickly as possible.
*We follow USPPA guidelines for instructors and expect all interns to be current in ratings and working towards instructor rating. *
- FAR part 103
- Maintenance and repair
- … and many more
- Wing clip-in
- Landing Tow students
- Launching tow students
- Tow machine operation
- Inflight tandem instruction
- Trike transition
- Tandem instruction
- PPG3 Objectives
This is where it all pays off! Sharing a first flight with a student is an emotional journey that culminates with them running into the sky under your watchful eye.
Where Do We Teach?
Our full time paramotor schools are located in central Florida, Lake Wales (airport code X07). We offer a beautiful training environment, generally excellent weather, and full service training.
We have the original “Red Barn” schoolhouse, and our North Complex hangar the home of our shipping and fulfillment center, second schoolhouse, and access hundreds of acres of flying fields.