SLA's Instrument Rating INRAT Seminar is run continually throughout the year for those wanting to add an Instrument Flight Rating to their pilot's license. Our classroom is equipped with state-of-the-art computer and sound systems plus an overhead projector for quality presentation of class materials. As with our other courses, we encourage students to interact in a multimedia environment and facilitate dynamic class discussions to enhance the learning. Collectively our IFR instructors are experienced in both the training environment and real-world IFR, thereby adding valuable insight to flying the IFR system.
According to Transport Canada's licensing knowledge requirements, the Instrument Rating candidate must pass the INRAT written test with a score of 70% or greater. The INRAT written test covers the following subjects:
- Canadian Aviation Regulations
- Instrument Flight Rules and Procedures
- Radio and Radar systems and