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The Certified Flight Instructor Instrument course provides specialized training tailored to equip instructors with the expertise needed to teach instrument flying, ensuring comprehensive preparation for a successful career in aviation instruction.


Elevate your aviation career with our Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII) course at Colorado Flight Center! Designed for aspiring flight instructors seeking to specialize in instrument flying, our comprehensive program offers the perfect blend of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience to prepare you for the challenges of teaching in the dynamic world of aviation.


Led by seasoned instructors with years of experience in both flight instruction and instrument flying, our CFII course covers a wide range of topics essential for mastering instrument flight instruction. From advanced flight theory and navigation procedures to in-depth understanding of instrument approaches and regulations, you'll gain the expertise needed to confidently guide future pilots through the complexities of instrument flight.


Our CFII course goes beyond traditional classroom learning, providing ample opportunities for practical application and real-world scenario-based training. You'll have access to state-of-the-art flight simulators and modern aircraft equipped with advanced avionics, allowing you to hone your skills in a safe and controlled environment.


At Colorado Flight Center, we understand the importance of personalized instruction and individualized attention. That's why our CFII course is designed to cater to your specific learning needs, ensuring that you receive the guidance and support necessary to succeed. Whether you're looking to advance your career as a flight instructor or expand your knowledge and skillset in instrument flying, our Part 61 Certified Flight Instructor Instrument course will set you on the path to success.



The Certified Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII) course offers a comprehensive training curriculum designed to equip aspiring instructors with the specialized knowledge and skills required to teach instrument flying effectively. Here's an overview of our training program:


Advanced Instrument Theory:

  • In-depth study of instrument flight principles and concepts

  • Understanding of navigation systems and instrument approaches

  • Interpretation of flight instruments and avionics systems

  • Weather analysis and its impact on instrument flying


Instrument Flight Procedures:

  • Comprehensive training in instrument flight procedures, including departures, en-route navigation, and arrivals

  • Proficiency in precision and non-precision instrument approaches

  • Understanding of holding patterns and procedure turns

  • Simulation of various instrument flight scenarios and emergency procedures


Teaching Techniques:

  • Instructional methods tailored for instrument flight training

  • Effective communication and demonstration skills for teaching instrument procedures

  • Utilization of flight simulators and training aids for practical instruction

  • Classroom management techniques for conducting ground instruction


Practical Flight Training:

  • Hands-on experience in conducting instrument flight lessons with simulated and actual students

  • Practice in teaching instrument procedures both in the cockpit and through ground instruction

  • Application of teaching techniques for instrument flight maneuvers and procedures

  • Emphasis on safety, risk management, and decision-making in instrument flight scenarios


Regulatory Compliance:

  • Understanding of FAA regulations and requirements related to instrument flight instruction

  • Compliance with Part 61 training standards for CFII certification

  • Preparation for FAA written and practical examinations for CFII certification


Throughout the CFII course, students will receive personalized guidance and instruction from our experienced CFII-rated instructors. Our curriculum is dynamic and adaptable, ensuring that students are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to excel as instrument flight instructors in today's aviation industry.


Join us at Colorado Flight Center and embark on a rewarding journey to becoming a proficient and sought-after Certified Flight Instructor Instrument. Our comprehensive training program will prepare you to inspire and mentor future pilots with confidence and expertise.



  • Valid Driver’s License 

  • Proof of Citizenship (or approved FTSP application) 

  • FAA Medical Certificate

  • Current Commercial Pilot Certificate, Instrument Rating, and CFI Certificate

  • Most recent 2-4 pages of your logbook

Est. Completion Time: 1 - 2 months (3-5 Lessons/wk)

Est. Cost: $2,000 - $4,000

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If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us. We will respond as soon as we can. Thank you for contacting Colorado Flight Center!



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