Through our time as Instructors, we have always found deficiencies that can be improved in pilot training. Ground schools often left students feeling overwhelmed and underprepared for real life flying. Other online ground schools are lengthy, boring and lack a real connection with the realities we face as pilots.
After seeing where the industry could improve, our team set off to fill the gap between theoretical aspects of aviation and the practical application of skills taught. Our ground school will give you the tools to understand what you need to know to be the pilot that you desire to be. Our courses won’t just be something you learn and tuck away forever.
At Canadian Flight Trainers, we are aware that simply having ground-based knowledge isn’t sufficient for Canadian pilots. Our focus takes this knowledge and enables you to safely apply it to your practical flying. The knowledge learned is a combination of experience from our instructors, and structured material used by Transport Canada to create their tests. This way you can get the best of both worlds and fill the gap where all other ground schools fail.
Daniel is a husband to his wonderful wife and father to one daughter. He has been flying for over 15 years and is one of fifty Class 1 Aerobatic Instructors in Canada. He also holds a Class 1 Instructor Rating on his ICAO ATPL. Full time, Daniel works as a Second in Command for a major Canadian airline and also teaches on the A330 as a Simulator Instructor. He is also a graduate student at an Ontario University studying education.
Daniel is the founder of Canadian Flight Trainers.
All course content meets Transport Canada regulations regarding pilot training. Courses were designed based on the Study and Reference guides applicable to each specific course. A record of ground school training is available to all students who complete a course.
Canadian Flight Trainers is recognized as an educational institution by Employment and Social Development Canada. Any students who purchase a course for the purpose of professional career development are eligible to have their course fees deducted as an educational expense on their annual tax return. In order to complete this, Canadian Flight Trainers requires the student’s Social Insurance Number. Students can contact us to schedule a phone call for this information exchange. Do NOT e-mail us your Social Insurance Numbers.