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Sat, Jan 29

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https://us06web.zoom.us/j/7654046214

My Experience w/ IFR6 Accelerated Flight Training w/ Chief Pilot, Kirk Bray

I became a private pilot in 2011. After about 4 years, I decided I wanted to obtain my Instrument Rating as many pilots do. I started training in 2015, which went very well, but then "life happened" and even though I had my 40 hour minimum and a few other requirements, I never took my check ride.

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My Experience w/ IFR6 Accelerated Flight Training w/ Chief Pilot, Kirk Bray
My Experience w/ IFR6 Accelerated Flight Training w/ Chief Pilot, Kirk Bray

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Jan 29, 2022, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/7654046214

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About the Event

I started training in 2015, which went very well, but then "life happened" and even though I had my 40 hour minimum and a few other requirements, I never took my check ride. I even had my written exam passed. However, as "life" happened, my training was essentially non existent and my written exam expired.

In 2021, I vowed to myself that I would revisit this challenging rating and make it happen...however, I new I needed a different approach.

Enter, IFR6 Accelerated Flight Training Program down in Charleston South Carolina. I was referred to this program by a friend (and fellow member of Smokehouse Pilots), named Mike Bullock. I looked into the program, and realized it was exactly what I needed... a week of condensed training followed immediately by a check ride.

In September of 2021, I took my IR check ride on 9/1 and passed.

From there, I have had MANY inquires about this experience and how it worked for me, and instead of making a YouTube video about this experience, I contacted my instructor (and Chief Pilot), Kirk Bray and asked if we could do a virtual session together - where we share details about IFR6, my experience, how the training went and answer any and all questions you have!

So, here we are! This will be designed much like a fireside chat, but I will also have a few visuals to show along the way. I imagine we will chat for about 2 hours, and hopefully this is helpful for all of you. Based on the feedback, I hope you are able to learn something from it to inform you how to approach your IFR training as well!

If you want to participate, I encourage you to join via the Zoom link. However, we will be streaming via Facebook live as well.

Thank you - and Thanks to Kirk for being open to this idea! You can learn more about IFR6 here: https://ifr6.com

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