Training toward a pilot certificate is done in two (2) steps.
Private Pilot Ground School will complete Step 1 of this process and cover all aeronautical knowledge items required of a Private pilot. This course will cover the basic knowledge required of a private pilot to pass the Private Pilot Airplane written exam, and will prepare you for your flight training in an actual aircraft with a flight instructor.
This course is a study of:
Step 2 is receiving the hands-on flight training to gain proficiency in the piloting skills required of a
Private pilot. These skills are then tested by an examiner in the airplane (the practical test) and your
pilot certificate is issued. You will need to attend flight school or learn from an independent instructor
for this step.
CCC&TI does not offer these options.
The average salary for an Airline Pilot is about $36.00-$68.00 per hour in North Carolina, while recreational flyers do not get paid.
Overall employment of airline and commercial pilots is projected to grow 6 percent from 2018 to 2028, about as fast as the
average for all occupations.
For more information, please contact Continuing Education at 828-726-2242.