These booklets are available free to New Zealand aviation participants, just contact us.
|How to be a Chief Flying Instructor (PDF 763 KB)
Supervision, mentoring, money nous, time management: just some of the possible obligations a Chief Flying Instructor may have to their flight training organisation, its instructors and students. This guide outlines the basic responsibilities associated with – and the personal and professional qualities needed for – what is a complex, busy, and highly skilled job. It is designed to help aspiring CFIs, and those newly appointed to the job with what is expected of them, by the CAA, and their flight training employers.Published May 2017
| How to Report Occurrences (PDF 1 MB)
Ever since the Wright brothers – and Richard Pearce – flew, aviators have looked at flying accidents and near misses to find out what went wrong, and how they can stop it happening again. How to Report Occurrences with easy to follow, step-by-step instructions on how to report, what to report, and who should report, will help you do your bit to keep New Zealand skies safer.
Published May 2018
| How to Deal with an Aircraft Accident Scene (PDF 491 KB)
This booklet has been prepared to provide guidance to the police, emergency services personnel, and others in relation to aircraft accidents. It provides information on the actions to be taken should they witness, or be required to attend, an aircraft accident.
Revised Apr 16
How to Establish a Small Aerodrome (This is only on the web site, not a printed booklet)