The PSTAR is a written examination that a student studying for their Private Pilot Licence in Canada must pass (with 90%) before being awarded their Student Pilot Permit. Studying for this exam can be an onerous task, as there are 192 questions that a student must research as part of their study. This one day course is designed for those who want to get this done: study during the day, and take the exam at the end.
- Organizer: Chris Ricci
- Activity organizer: Administration Coordinator
- Chief flight instructor: Chris Ricci
Marshalling is one-on-one visual communication and a part of aircraft ground handling. It may be as an alternative to, or additional to, radio communications between the aircraft and air traffic control. The usual equipment of a marshaller is a reflecting safety vest, a helmet with acoustic earmuffs, and gloves or marshaling wands–handheld illuminated beacons. This training course provides you with the skills to marshal aircraft.
- Activity organizer: John Burroughs
This is a collection of useful ground school resources freely available on the internet.