Tom Gorski | Private Pilot Airman Certification Standards (ASEL)

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Private Pilot Airman Certification Standards (ASEL)

by Tom Gorski

Aeronautical knowledge, flight proficiency, and risk management standards for the private pilot certification in the airplane category, single-engine land class. This supersedes the previous Practical Test Standards.
Genre: Spoken Word: Instructional
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1. Introduction
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2. Pilot Qualifications
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3. Airworthiness Requirements
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4. Weather Information
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5. Cross-Country Flight Planning
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6. National Airspace System
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7. Performance and Limitations
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8. Operation of Systems
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9. Human Factors
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10. Preflight Assessment
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11. Cockpit Management
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12. Engine Starting
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13. Taxiing
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14. Before Takeoff Check
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15. Communications and Light Gun Signals
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16. Traffic Patterns
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17. Normal Takeoff and Climb
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18. Normal Approach and Landing
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19. Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb
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20. Soft-Field Approach and Landing
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21. Short-Field Takeoff and Maximum Performance Climb
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22. Short-Field Approach and Landing
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23. Forward Slip to a Landing
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24. Go-Around / Rejected Landing
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25. Steep Turns
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26. Ground Reference Maneuvers
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27. Pilotage and Dead Reckoning
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28. Navigation Systems and Radar Services
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29. Diversion
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30. Lost Procedures
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31. Maneuvering During Slow Flight
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32. Power-off Stalls
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33. Power-on Stalls
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34. Spin Awareness
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35. Straight-and-Level Flight
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36. Constant Airspeed Climbs
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37. Constant Airspeed Descents
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38. Turns to Headings
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39. Recovery from Unusual Flight Attitudes
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40. Radio Communications, Navigation Systems / Facilities, And Radar Services
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41. Emergency Descent
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42. Emergency Approach and Landing (Simulated)
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43. Systems and Equipment Malfunction
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44. Emergency Equipment and Survival Gear
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45. Night Preparation
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46. After Landing, Parking and Securing
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47. Conclusion
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Album Notes
An integrated and systematic approach to airman certification. The Airman Certification Standards incorporates and supersedes the Practical Test Standards. ACS is part of the safety management system framework that is used to mitigate risks associated with airman certification training and testing. Components of the airman certification system are constructed around the four functional components of a Safety Management System:
• Safety Policy that defines and describes aeronautical knowledge, flight proficiency, and risk management as integrated components of the airman certification system;
• Safety Risk Management processes through which internal and external stakeholders identify and evaluate regulatory changes, safety recommendations, or other factors that require modification of airman testing and training materials;
• Safety Assurance processes to ensure the prompt and appropriate incorporation of changes arising from new regulations and safety recommendations; and
• Safety Promotion in the form of ongoing engagement with both external stakeholders (e.g., the aviation training industry) and FAA policy divisions.

Historically, these materials have included several components. The FAA knowledge test measures mastery of the aeronautical knowledge areas listed in Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 61. The Practical Test Standards (PTS) defined the acceptable parameters of flight proficiency in the Areas of Operation listed in 14 CFR part 61. FAA handbooks (FAA H-8083-XX series), computer testing supplements (FAA-CT-8080-XX series), and other materials provide guidance to applicants, instructors, and evaluators on aeronautical knowledge, flight proficiency, and risk management.

Safe operations require a more systematic integration of aeronautical knowledge, flight proficiency standards, and risk management.

Based on aeronautical knowledge and flight proficiency standards specified in 14 CFR part 61, the ACS integrates the knowledge, skills, and risk management abilities necessary for the safe conduct of each Task. In keeping with this integrated and systematic approach, the knowledge, skills, and risk management sections of each Task stipulate that the applicant must demonstrate understanding of each specific item. The applicant demonstrates this understanding by passing the knowledge exam and practical test.

Throughout this process, evaluators assess the applicant's mastery of the topic in accordance with the level of learning (i.e., rote, understanding, application, or correlation) most appropriate for the specified Task.

The evaluator will assess the applicant's understanding by providing a scenario that requires the applicant to appropriately apply and/or correlate knowledge, experience, and information to the circumstances of the given scenario.

The evaluator must assess at least one Knowledge element and one Risk Management element in each Task, focusing on any task element(s) the applicant missed on the knowledge exam.

Student pilots and instructors to use the ACS to measure progress during training, and as a reference to ensure the applicant is adequately prepared for the knowledge and practical tests.

The ACS consists of Areas of Operation, arranged in a logical sequence, that begin with Preflight Preparation and end with Postflight Procedures. Each Area of Operation includes Tasks appropriate to that Area of Operation. Each Task begins with an Objective stating what the applicant should know and/or do. The ACS then lists the aeronautical knowledge, skills, and risk management elements relevant to the specific Task, along with the conditions and standards for acceptable performance.

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