It's been over a year since I've been flying and in the aviation loop. What's the best approach in terms of studying aeronautical knowledge to prepare for CFI training?
Ive been slowly chipping away at my ratings the past 4 years. Private, Instrument, Multi, Commercial. However in between each rating I would have months where I wouldn't fly or be around aviation folk. Slowly over time I think my general aviation related knowledge is not where to should be. Are there any good home courses that are actually worth the money or would it be better to use a variety of texts, manuals, etc. I just want to be at the top of my game when it comes to the knowledge portion for the CFI ticket.
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