The Instrument & Class Rating Instructor (IRI/CRI) is a certification that allows an instructor to teach instrument and class rating courses. This certification is required for any instructor who wishes to teach instrument and class rating courses. The IRI/CRI certification is issued by the EASA and is valid for two years.
The IRI/CRI certification requires the instructor to have a minimum of 500 hours of flight time, including at least 200 hours of instrument flight time. The instructor must also have a valid EASA medical certificate and must pass a written and practical exam.
The written exam covers topics such as air traffic control procedures, navigation, instrument flight rules, and aircraft systems. The practical exam consists of a flight test in which the instructor must demonstrate proficiency in instrument flight. The IRI/CRI certification is an important part of the aviation industry and is necessary for any instructor who wishes to teach instrument and class rating courses.
The certification ensures that instructors are knowledgeable and experienced in the areas they are teaching. It also helps to ensure that students receive the highest quality of instruction.
The training facilities are located in Stockholm Västerås and Stockholm Arlanda.
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Scandinavian Aerospace Academy is an international flight training organization. We accept students from all over the world, currently we have over 30 different nationalities studying at Scandinavian Aerospace Academy.
Scandinavian Aerospace Academy assists our students in finding suitable accommodation in the vicinity of the airport and the training centre. During your initial contact with us, let us know that you’re requesting assistance in finding accommodation.
Scandinavian Aerospace Academy provides a range of training courses to support airlines and training organizations requirements for instructors. The Instrument & Class Rating Instructor (IRI/CRI) course is conducted using a mix of classroom and aircraft training.
The next career step for a Flight Instructor is to expand their instructor ratings to include Instrument Rating Instructor (IRI) and Class Rating Instructor (CRI) and to be able to teach more advanced flight training.
By obtaining Instrument- & Class Rating Instructor (IRI/CRI) ratings will allow you to teach students their Instrument Rating (IR) and Multi-Engine (ME) ratings.
During the 1 month course program, you will learn how to prepare briefings and conduct practical sessions for both simulator and flight training. The course will prepare you in explaining theoretical concepts and describing instrument and multi-engine flying in a variety of ways.
Length – 25 hrs classroom course
During the theoretical parts of the instrument rating instructor course, we will cover aspects of the instructional techniques and theory, psychology, human performance, limitation during instructions and the structure, presentation and lecture technique.
As well technical knowledge, refresher of instruments and practical application of teaching techniques in classroom, simulator and aircraft.
Length – 10 hours of flight instruction and training includes;
During the practical parts of the instrument rating- and class rating instructor course, we will cover both instructional theory and flight training to enhance, demonstrate and instruct the student during all phases of flight both in simulator and aircraft.
The flight training is in total 10hrs minimum and 5 of them will be conducted in an Alsim DA42 simulator.
Below is a table showing the different phases of training and duration expected to complete each phase.
|Theoretical training||3 days|
|Flight training IRI||4 days|
|Flight training CRI||3 days|
|Total estimated||7-10 days|
Valid Medical Class 1 is required prior to starting your IRI/CRI training. Medical Class 1 will be accepted from any EASA country. Do you need more information about obtaining an EASA Medical Class 1? Contact us.
Prior to starting the IRI/CRI training course, the applicant shall have:
With a valid EASA FI(A) rating;
Without a valid EASA FI(A) rating;
In order to issue an any EASA rating you will need to obtain a language proficiency level which follows the ICAO standard. The minimum level required to start your training is English level 4 (4 out of 6).
✔ Theoretical training
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✔ 5h DA42 training
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✔ Theoretical training
✔ CBT study portal
✔ 5h DA42 training
✔ Course literature
✔ Private accommodation
✔ Nearby training center
* Aircraft rental, Assessment of Competence and CAA examiner fee of 1300 EUR will be added.
The prices listed above are the only fees associated with your training, what you see is what you get, simple as that. We don’t have any hidden fees or extra costs that will be added during the course, you pay for your training as you get it.
Pilot training is an expensive investment, we know that since most of the staff in our organization has at some point, experienced the same journey. Therefore we understand the investment you are about to make and we respect that investment. Our goal is to deliver the best possible training at a reasonable cost.
Financial student loans are available for Swedish citizens and can be arranged through our partnerships with Swedish banks.
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Note: We offer our programs throughout the year to help aspiring pilots reach their goals, kindly connect with us for your requirement.
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Career Opportunities – Scandinavian Aerospace Academy is collaborating with airlines
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