Online I.R. Pilot Mentoring Course

How To Pass Your I.R Theory Exam In 60 Days Or Less, Without Failing Once

Online I.R. Pilot Mentoring Course

Level 3 Professional Pilot

How to pass all your Private Pilot License exams within 60 days or less, without failing a single subject.

Course Details

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Get clarity & laser focus

Understand the I.R exam structure

Build a proper exam & studying plan

Online explanations of I.R content

Get questions & answers to practice

Join an interactive IR Community

Live weekly Q&A's with Januss

Pass your I.R exam first time

Level 3

Professional Pilot

The Goal

First Attempt Passes

Course Length

8 Weeks

Course Format

Online & Physical

What is it?

The I.R Pilot Mentoring course is an 8-week online course which has in-depth video explanations for all the I.R content. You also get downloadable materials, live weekly Q&A calls and can be part of a community of driven professional pilots.

Who is it for?

The I.R Pilot Mentoring course is for pilots who already have a Private License and who wants to complete their Instrument Rating. Part of the instrument rating is a theory exam which you have to pass, which our course will cover in the finest of detail.

Where does it happen?

Our I.R Pilot Mentoring course is online and consists of training videos, tools, live Q&A calls and a Facebook community. You complete it online, on your own time and at your own pace.

How does it work?

You watch the videos, complete the questions we supply, use the provided tools and mentorship we provide. Ask questions in the Facebook group or on the live Q&A calls, follow the process and get results.

When does it start?

The I.R Pilot Mentoring course is an online course and it starts the moment you enroll. You can complete it in your own time and work through it as fast or slow as you wish. You have access to all the training materials until you have completed your Instrument Rating theory exam.

Why does it exist?

We created the I.R Pilot Mentoring course because there was nothing that showed a private pilot how to predictably pass the Instrument Rating exam in a really short amount of time without failing once.