Over the last 20 years it has been my passion to develop training systems that help pilots achieve their absolute best. This effort has resulted in a 97% completion rate and a 95% first time checkride pass rate for students and advanced pilots. More importantly, these pilots are safe, efficient, and flying to professional standards.
We accomplish this by applying a student/coach strategy. You are the star athlete and will ultimately have to run the race, my job is to make sure you bring your best game. Some days we “go to the gym” and work on aerial exercises or instrument skills. Other days are “scrimmages” where we fly real world scenarios, VFR and IFR. The simulator can be used to time your reaction to various failures and immerse you in situations we could never experience in the airplane.
It doesn’t matter what make and model you fly. From pistons to jets, these systems will make you a better and safer pilot. Much of what I teach is conceptual and we can work together in the real world or through Google Hangouts; certain lessons are effective either way. My time is valuable and I will do everything I can to make your training efficient. I will give you exercises and skill building drills for you to practice on your own. There is nothing that makes me happier than helping you achieve your goals.
— Jason Miller, ATP CFII
If you are in Northern California or would like to make plans to visit, we can schedule a flight lesson. There is a hotel right at KSQL and we’re a short drive from SFO. If you’d like to set up regular lessons, I fly Wednesday–Friday 7:00am – 4:00pm. The schedule is usually pretty full but we’re always finishing students so please give us a shout and we can discuss your schedule and timing.
Through our video office hours program you can get a ground lesson from myself or Geoff Rapoport, CFII. We can give you advice on training, buying airplanes, and leave you with exercises to practice at home or with your regular instructor. Sign up is easy and the whole thing is done from the comfort of wherever you’re online.