Specialized Training Programs

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ATM offers a number of specialized training programs, each suited to a unique set of requirements and customized for your specific needs.

Before training begins, we request that you complete a self-assessment for us to use in customizing the syllabus to your skill level. You will identify your preferences for specific subject mater, and specify the level at which would like to be instructed. This ensures that your training program meets your exact requirements without wasted time.

To learn more about the details of our training programs, please select a program from the list at left. If you have any questions, or specific training needs that you'd like to discuss, please contact us at info@flyatm.com. We will work with you to come up with high-quality training program that precisely addresses your goals.

PA46-500TP Meridian Training Courses

For the Meridian Turboprop Training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule (772) 778-7815!

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PA46-310P Malibu Training Courses

For the Malibu Piston Training course, we offer a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. We also have a 4-day course training option. Call us now to schedule (772) 778-7815!

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PA46-560 JetProp Training Courses

For the JetProp Turboprop Training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule (772) 778-7815!

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PA46-350P Mirage Training Courses

For the Mirage Piston Training course, we offer a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. We also have a 4-day course training option. Call us now to schedule (772) 778-7815!

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PA46-350T Matrix Training Courses

For the Matrix Piston Training course, we offer a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. We also have a 4-day course training option. Call us now to schedule (772) 778-7815!

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King Air Training Courses

For the Beechcraft King Air turboprop training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: (772) 778-7815

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Pilatus PC-12 Training Courses

For the Pilatus PC-12 Turboprop training course, offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: 772-778-7815

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Conquest Training Courses

For the Conquest Turboprop training course, offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: 772-778-7815

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Cheyenne Training Courses

For the Cheyenne Turboprop training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: (772) 778-7815

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TBM Turboprop Training Courses

For the TBM Turboprop training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: (772) 778-7815

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Turbo Commander Training Courses

For the Turbo Commander 690 A & B training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: (772)778-7815

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Merlin Training Courses

For the Merlin III/Metro II training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: (772) 778-7815

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Cessna Training Courses

For the Cessna training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: (772) 778-7815

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Baron 55/58 & 58P / 58TC Training Courses

For the Baron 55/58 & 58P / 58TC training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: (772) 778-7815

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Aerostar Training Courses

For the Aerostar training course, we offer a 3-day initial training course that consists of around 22 hours of total training. We also have a 2-day recurrent course consisting of about 16 hours depending on individual requirements. Call us now to schedule: (772) 778-7815

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Initial Baseline Ground Training Syllabus

This is a sample syllabus each individual's requirements will vary. ATM's baseline syllabus is established as a starting point. Each individual's requirements will dictate modifications to the baseline syllabus.

Aircraft General 1 Hour
General Description
Airframe and Engines
Limitations 1 Hour
Airspeed
Engine
Weight
Maneuver Limits
Flight Load Limits
Fuel Limitations
Engine Fuel System
Kinds of Equipment List
Operating Limitations
Engines 2.5 Hours
Overview
Fuel Injection / Fuel Control System
Ignition System
Engine Top / Piston Powered
Engine Turbine Sections / Turbine powered
Engine Oil System
Induction Air
Propeller / Propellar Control
Propeller / First flight of the day checks
Powerplant Instrumentation
Limitations
Fire Detection & Extinguishing System (optional)
Preflight & Normal Procedures 2 Hours
Preflight
Before Starting Engines
Starting Engines
Before Taxiing
Taxiing
First Flight of the Day Checks
Before Takeoff
Takeoff
After Takeoff
Climb
Cruise
Descent
Before Landing
After Landing
Shutdown
Landing Gear & Brakes 1.5 Hours
Landing Gear Hydraulic or Electrical System
Landing Gear
Brake System
Fuel System 2 Hours
Tanks
Indicating System
Pumps
Normal & Crossfeed Operation
Cold Weather Operation
Electrical System 2 Hours
Battery
Alternators
Normal Operations
External Power
Monitoring Systems
Avionics Busses
Emergency Power Alternator Controls
Lighting
Environmental Systems 1 Hour
Air Distribution, Heating & Ventilation Systems
Pressurization System
High Altitude Physiological Operation
Air Conditioning
Oxygen System
Emergency Procedures 1 Hour
Loss of Power
Electrical System
Fuel System
Avionics Bus Failure
Flight Instrument Failure
Landing Gear Failure
Pressurization System Emergency Procedures
Split Flaps
Spin recovery discussion
Static System Obstructions
Flight Controls 1 Hour
Ailerons
Aileron Trim
Elevators
Elevator Trim
Rudder
Rudder Trim
Flap System
Nosewheel Steering
Stall Warning
Limitations
Flight Instruments 1 Hour
Pitot/Static System
Vacuum/Pressure System
Engine
Flight
Anti-Ice/Deice Systems 1 Hour
Anti-ice
Deice
Icing conditions forcasts / Airmets Sigmets
Weight & Balance/Performance 2 Hours
Weight & Balance Effects, Determination & Sample Problems
Performance Tables, Charts & Practical Exercise
FAR Review 1 Hour
Review of Part 91 and Part 61
Review of Instrument Practical Test Standards
Airmanship Development / Mishap Review 2 Hours
Review of model pertinant mishap lessons learned
Review of self assessment
Review of ethics standard model
Decision processes

Recurrent Baseline Ground Training Syllabus

This is a sample syllabus each individual's requirements will vary. ATM's baseline syllabus is established as a starting point. Each individual's requirements will dictate modifications to the baseline syllabus.

Aircraft General 1 Hour
General Description
Airframe and Engines
Engines 1 Hour
Engine Description Overview
Engine Controls
Engine Instruments
Starting Procedures and Limitations
Engine Operating Margins)
Ignition System
Air Induction System
Engine Fuel System
Engine Oil System
Fire Detection & Extinguishing System
Propellers 1 Hours
Propellers and Synchronizers
Primary Propeller Governors
Propeller Over speed Governor
Fuel Topping Governor
Propellers Auto Feathering System
First Flight of the Day System Checks
Preflight & Normal Procedures 1.5 Hours
Preflight
Before Starting Engines
Starting Engines
Before Taxiing
Taxiing
Engine Run-up and Systems Testing
Before Takeoff
Line-up and Takeoff
After Takeoff
Climb Power Set Limitations
Cruise Power Set
Descent Checklist
Before Landing Checklist
After Landing
Shutdown Checklist
Landing Gear & Brakes 0.5 Hours
Landing Gear Hydraulic or Electrical System
Brake System
Fuel System 1 Hours
Tanks
Indicating System
Pumps
Electrical System 1 Hours
Battery
Starter / Generators
Normal Operations
Emergency Operations
External Power Procedures
Monitoring System
Avionics Emergency Busses
Lighting
Environmental Systems 1 Hour
Air Distribution, Heating & Ventilation Systems
Pressurization System
Emergency Procedures 1 Hour
Loss of Power Procedures
Electrical System Malfunctions
Fuel System Control and Crossfeed Procedures
Avionics Bus Failure
Flight Instrument Failure and Procedure
Landing Gear System Failure
Pressurization System Emergency Procedures
Split Flap Systems and Checks
Spins Prevention Discussion
Alternate Static System Operations and Procedures
Flight Controls 1 Hour
Ailerons
Aileron Trim
Elevator and Elevator Trim (Emergency)
Rudder and Rudder Trim
Flap System and Limitations
Nosewheel Steering
Stall Warning System
Limitations
Flight Instruments 1 Hour
Pitot / Static System
Vacuum / Pressure System
Engine Instruments
Flight
Anti-Ice/Deice Systems 1 Hour
Anti-ice
Deice
Icing conditions forcasts / Airmets Sigmets
Weight & Balance / Performance 1 Hours
Weight & Balance
Performance
Autopilot/EFIS/GPS 1 Hour
Autopilot
EFIS
GPS
FAR Review 1 Hours
Review of Part 91 and Part 61
Review of Instrument Practical Test Standards
Airmanship Development / Mishap Review 1 Hours
Review of model pertinant mishap lessons learned
Review of self assessment
Review of ethics standard model
Decision processes

Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental instruction is training provided outside of ATM Initial or ATM Recurrent training courses to accommodate the request of the customer and or the requirements set forth from insurance underwriting.

Often insurance requirements are above and beyond the scope of the initial training course 10 hours of dual instruction and 5 hours of dual instruction for recurrent training course. In such a case, ATM can accommodate this requirement on a daily rate basis. Call our office (772) 778-7815 or email info@flyatm.com for questions or details.

Advanced Avionics Training

In today's world of advance avionics the complexities are wide and deep. The information readily available in most any standard avionics suite can be daunting. Whether you have an Avidyne EXP 5000, or a Sandel 3308 in conjunction with Garmin 430 or 530 WAAS capable, many systems can seem overwhelming and leave you with not much more than a Direct To option. You need our advanced avionics course. Allow ATM to walk you through the many complexities regarding the many features of a wide variety of avionics systems. Call our office at (772) 778-7815 for more details or email info@flyatm.com and we can get you where you need to be with YOUR avionics suite, daily rates apply.

Operations and Aviation Safety

Aviation safety is an operations function. The institutional organizations of the military and commercial aviation have established sound, standardized operating procedures to mitigate the risk. It is incumbent upon General Aviation, therefore the individual pilot, to develop his own standardization, which is where training and Airmanship Education provides a medium for individual Airmanship development. ATM has developed over years of training experience, and is developing with the assistance of the Airmanship Education Research Initiative, more refined education principals to assist our customers in developing their own standardization to help mitigate the loss while operating General Aviation airplanes.

Aviation safety is an often over-used and misunderstood concept. First we need to define just what exactly aviation safety really is. Safe, a noun, it is defined by Webster; free from harm or risk, cautious trustworthy reliable. Safety, a noun and a transitive verb such as safety belt or safety glasses and is defined as; the condition of being safe from undergoing or causing hurt or injury or loss. Essentially that is what we are attempting to accomplish through the training and education process as our end product; keeping ourselves, those that fly with us and our airplane free from injury hurt or loss. We are attempting to mitigate the loss, the very thing for which insurance provides us coverage.

Let ATM evaluate your operation and standardization starting with an AERI driven and aviation safety driven Initial, Recurrent, Advanced Avionics, Supplemental Training Course or an ATM Signature Aviation Safety Survey to help you develop your operation setting the proper conditions for keeping you, your passengers and your airplane free from injury hurt or loss.

Aircraft We Train In

Turboprop and Jet Aircraft

  • PA31T Cheyenne I, II, IIXL, III, IV
  • Conquest I, II
  • Turbo Commander 690 A & B
  • BE-90 King Air 90
  • BE-100 King Air 100
  • BE-200 King Air 200
  • BE-300 King Air 300
  • BE-350 King Air 350
  • Beech 1900
  • PC-12/45
  • PC-12/47
  • TBM 700
  • TBM 850
  • PA46-500TP Meridian
  • PA46-560 Jet Prop
  • SA226 Metro II
  • SA226 Merlin I, II, IIIA, IIIB
  • Citation I, II, III
  • Beechjet

Piston Aircraft

  • SR20 SR 22 Cirrus
  • Beech Bonanza
  • BE55 Baron
  • BE58 Baron
  • BE58P Baron
  • CE210
  • CE310
  • CE340
  • CE414
  • CE421
  • PA32 Saratoga
  • PA31-310 Navajo
  • PA31-325 Navajo CR
  • PA31-350 Navajo Chieftain
  • PA31-350P Mojave P-Navajo
  • PA46-350T Matrix
  • PA46-310P Malibu
  • PA46-350P Mirage

Pricing

We customize our pricing and duration of training depending on your requirements; initial, recurrent, or supplemental training, prior experience and level of certificate held. Our instructors have operational experience in make and model aircraft to train in that aircraft.

To discuss your training needs with us and obtain a quote for training, please call us at (772) 778-7815 or email info@flyatm.com.

Turboprop Training

Aircraft Recurrent Initial
Cheyenne I, II, IIXL $ 2,200 $ 3,600
Cheyenne III, IV $ 2,200 $ 3,600
Citation Mustang $ 3,800 $ 7,900
Conquest I, II $ 2,200 $ 3,600
Turbo Commander 690 A & B $ 2,200 $ 3,600
King Air A/B/C90 $ 2,200 $ 3,600
King Air E/F90 $ 2,200 $ 3,600
King Air 100/200 $ 2,200 $ 3,600
Beechcraft 300/350 $ 2,500 $ 3,600
Beechcraft 1900 $ 2,500 $ 3,600
Honda Jet $ 5,900 $ 7,900
Phenom 100 $ 5,900 $ 7,900
Phenom 300 $ 5,900 $ 7,900
Pilatus PC-12 $ 2,200 $ 3,600
TBM 700/850 $ 2,200 $ 3,600
Meridian/JetProp DLX $ 2,200 $ 3,600
Merlin III/Metro II $ 2,200 $ 3,600
* Additional Training Turboprop $900 per day | Turbojet $ 1,000 per day

Piston Training

Aircraft Recurrent Initial
2 days 2 days 3 days 4 days
Cirrus SR20 SR22 $ 1,800 $ 2,600
Bonanza $ 1,800 $ 2,600
PA-32 $ 1,800 $ 2,600
C-310 $ 1,800 $ 2,600
Seneca $ 1,800 $ 2,600
Baron 55 / 58 $ 1,800 $ 2,600
P-210 $ 1,800 $ 2,600
P-337 $ 1,800 $ 2,600
Aerostar $ 1,800 $ 2,600
Baron 58P / 58TC $ 1,800 $ 2,600
C-340 $ 1,800 $ 2,600
PA-31 Navajo, P-Navajo, Mojave $ 1,800 $ 2,600
C-414 $ 1,800 $ 2,600
C-421 $ 1,800 $ 2,600
Duke $ 1,800 $ 2,600
Mojave $ 1,800 $ 2,600
Malibu/Mirage/Matrix $ 1,800 $ 3,200
Additional Training $ 800.00 per day *

Prices do not include travel premium and are subject to change without notice.