Federal Aviation Regulations for Pilots - Interactive eLearning Course

Rod Machado

$ 29.95 

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NEW! Federal Aviation Regulations for Pilots - $29.95 (4.0 Hrs.)
All products meet new ACS standards. Copyright 2019/Updated to 2019

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Having trouble keeping those eyelids open when studying the federal aviation regulations? Do the subject titles "FAR 61" and "FAR 91" represent the number of times you nod off reading about seat belts, airworthiness certificates and legal definitions? If so, then let me help you learn or review the FARs in a unique, fun and interactive way. This course contains four hours of videos and animations that teach you what you need to know to be a competent, safe and knowledgeable pilot (check out video sample below). In the process, you'll laugh and learn while understanding why the FARs read the way they do.

This interactive eLearning course covers FAR Definitions, FAR Part 61, FAR Part 91 and NTSB Part 830. You'll learn (or review) all the regulations you need to pass your private pilot knowledge exam and your Flight Review (regulations specific to instrument flying not covered in this course). If you're a rusty pilot who wants to refresh his or her general FAR knowledge, then this is also the course for you. Each major section of this course is accompanied by interactive questions to help reinforce the material you've just covered. In addition, this course contains many hard-to-find FAA legal interpretations on certain "frequently debated and often confusing" aspects of the FARs. You'll be an FAR expert in no time!

Rod Machado makes learning fun with his educational and enjoyable interactive eLearning courses. You're sure to enjoy this program and learn a lot in the process.

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The first thing I want you to do is to set up an account (if you haven't already done so) on my web site at (www.rodmachado.com) using the email address you used to order the course. In the top right hand column of my web site you’ll see the “Log in or sign up” link:

 
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Input your email address, first and last name and select a password. When done, log into your account and you’ll see the links to your eLearning course. You can view this course on any browser. If you want to download the course to your iPad or your Android tablet for permanent off-line use, then you’ll have to follow the directions shown below (or watch the video below) for complete instructions:

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  1. If you already have an account on Rod Machado’s site, then log in using the “Log-in or sign up” link at the top right hand side of Rod Machado’s home page. You’ll find your link to the course in your account window.
  2. If you’ve purchased the course but don’t have an account, then click the “Log-in or sign up” link at the top right hand side of Rod Machado’s home page and, under the “New Customers” box, click the red “Register now” button. MAKE SURE YOU REGISTER USING THE EMAIL ADDRESS YOU USED WHEN YOU PURCHASED THE COURSE. (If you don’t do this you won’t see your course!)
  3. If you’d like to have the course permanently downloaded onto your iPad or Android tablet device, then download the FREE Articulate Mobile Player App or the FREE Android Articulate Mobile Player App onto your iPad or Tablet device. Then visit www.rodmachado.com USING your iPad or Android tablet, log into your account and click the link to your course (please make sure you log into your account using the email address used when purchasing this course, otherwise your course(s) won't be present). You’ll be asked if you want to “Launch” the course in the Articulate player. Click “Launch” and the course will open in the player. When you visit the player’s library and click the course icon, you’ll be asked if you want to permanently download the course to your iPad/Tablet device. Click “Yes” and the course will downloaded. If you don't have room on your tablet device for the course, just unclick this button and you'll be able to stream the course at your leisure in a Wi-Fi area or via your device's data plan. Please make sure you have a strong Wi-Fi signal when attempting to download the course permanently to your device.

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