Designed to save you time and money, our Introductory Pilot Career Counseling covers the what, where, when and how of learning to fly, completing your training and acquiring the experience necessary to succeed as a professional pilot. Our service is much like talking to your own accountant or attorney before you undertake an expensive course of action that may have far-reaching implication. We have your interests in mind and will recommend alternatives to help you achieve your goal quickly, with the minimum investment necessary.
You Should Consider:
- Who is
getting hired - do you fit the profile?
resume - does it present you in the best light?
- Job search
action plan - is yours an aggressive one?
- Total Time
- how much is enough...or do you have "too much?"
education - do you need more? How to accelerate the process.
We recommend you read
"Flight Guide for Success: Tips and Tactics for the Aspiring Airline Pilot" before your counseling session. You may find all the answers to your questions and can save yourself the cost of the counseling session. If not, you'll gain a strong foundation in the basics of our industry and we can then concentrate on your personal situation during your counseling session. This eliminates the need take up valuable counseling time to familiarize you with the "how it goes in the flying world" information which you can read in the book.