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Unsatisfactory Task During IPC

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Flight Instructor, Instrument Rating

Let's say a pilot does an IPC and meets all ACS/PTS requirements except he exceeds a tolerance on the precision approach.

If he comes back a week later, and satisfactorily demonstrate just the precision approach task, can I sign him off for the complete IPC?  

Or is the intent that all the requirements be demonstrated in the same day/flight?  Or that it work the same was as a checkride given by an examiner?

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  1. Wes Beard on Jul 03, 2016

    Sign him off. It doesn’t need to be the same day. In fact, I would just shoot another approach the same flight after talking about why the previous was outside tolerances. If you are happy with his performance give him the endorsement.

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