Become a Type Rating Instructor (SFI/TRI) in this EASA-compliant Teaching and Learning course.
NaviMinds offer a 3-day instructor training course designed for pilots who wish to obtain an instructor rating.
Our SFI/TRI course is completed over 25 hours.
NB. Secure your seat on this course, pay 10% upfront, or contact us for other payment options.
The course is highly interactive and fun and creates powerful learning experiences with lots of tools that you can take with you in your future role as a Type Rating Instructor or Synthetic Flight Instructor.
The course highlights the importance of human factors and the role of CRM in relation to safety awareness and threat and error management.
By the end of the course, you will be able to:
The SFI/TRI course is inclusive of the following:
We work under the philosophy:
“Training for pilots – by pilots.”
This means that you will be guided through the EASA-required topics in an exciting and motivating manner by one of our current or former SFIs or TRIs.
We mix theoretical and practical elements. The course will give you the know-how to understand and effectively apply teaching and learning strategies in the classroom and various aviation environments, including flight simulation devices and other training venues.
1,399 EUR per person (no VAT will be added to this price)
Our Teaching and Learning courses are held in our training facility in Copenhagen, Denmark or conducted as virtual classroom training.
Want the training at your in-house training facility? Contact us to find a solution.
To comply with EASA regulations as stated in (FCL.905.TRI), an applicant for an initial TRI certificate shall:
(a) hold a CPL, MPL or ATPL for the applicable aircraft category in which flight instruction is to be given
To become a TRI or SFI, you must gain adequate training in teaching and learning processes, flight and synthetic flight instruction.
A TRI training course shall include:
(1) At least 25 hours of teaching and learning;
(2) 10 hours of technical training related to the applicable aircraft type, including revision of technical knowledge, the preparation of lesson plans and the development of classroom/simulator instructional skills;
(3) 5 hours of flight instruction for single-pilot aircraft or 10 hours for multi-pilot aircraft on the applicable aircraft type or an FFS representing that type.
(4) Additional training when instructional privileges are sought in accordance with FCL.905.TRI (b)(4), (c)(1) or (c)(2).
NaviMinds does not offer the simulator training needed for issuing SFI/TRI licenses – we only run the theoretical part. The teaching and learning part of the course shall be completed first and may be completed separately from the other parts of the course at a different ATO.
“Training should be both theoretical and practical. Practical elements should include the development of specific instructor skills, particularly in the area of teaching and assessing threat and error management and CRM.”
– EASA AMC1.FCL.920
The requirement for a TRI (or SFI) is a 25-hour course in Teaching and Learning
To qualify as an SFI/TRI, you must complete at least 25 hours of teaching and learning. Our Teaching and Learning course for SFI/TRI courses fully complies with all EASA requirements, and a certificate reflecting the EASA syllabus will be issued upon completion.
We operate under the ATO of Copenhagen AirTaxi A/S.
Option 1: Reserve your seat by paying a 10% deposit upon booking. We will send an invoice for the remaining balance approximately two weeks before the course begins.
Option 2: Secure your spot by paying the full amount upfront using Visa, Visa Electron, Maestro, or Mastercard.
Option 3: If you prefer to pay via invoice, please contact us to reserve your seat.
Let us know your preferred payment method, and we make sure to find a solution.
Anne’s career began as a Cabin Attendant in 1987. She became a Flight Instructor in 1994 and later served as a First Officer at Maersk Air and Sterling Airlines. Anne also served as a Simulator Flight Instructor and was Captain on the 737 fleet at Primera Air A/S. She also held the positions of Deputy Safety Officer and Chief of Human Factors Training.