May 11

CFI/Author/Aero-Advocate Bridgette Doremire

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Bridgette Doremire
Bridgette Doremire

Aero-TV meets up with CFI/Author/Aero-Advocate Bridgette Doremire at the WAI 2009 Conference.

Bridgette a Master CFI, CFII, MEI, and Airframe & Powerplant Mechanic. is an FAA Safety Team (FAAST) Volunteer and a Proficiency Instructor for both Cessna and Cirrus Pilot Associations. She has delivered lectures on GPS and Advanced Avionics at locations throughout California. As an avionics technician, she has conducted several IFR certification test flights for GPS, MFD, TCAD, Autopilot, FMS, and other avionics installations.

She is the author of over 30 Qref Avionics & GPS Checklists and has published book, “Flight Instructor Notebook”, a lesson plan guide for upcoming flight instructors plus sage advice on day-to-day flight instruction. Bridgette’s articles have appeared in numerous magazines and she is active on many online aviation forums. Bridgette became a Master CFI in 2004 and a Cirrus Standardized Instructor in June 2005. She is also a FAA Remedial Training Program Instructor for the Van Nuys FSDO.

Bridgette specializes in GPS and Advanced Avionics Instruction. More than just learning the knob twists and button presses, Bridgette teaches integration of the GPS into the flying process. A member of the FAA/Industry Training Standards Program (FITS), she has authored two FAA-Accepted courses with several more pending FAA review. These courses integrate scenario-based training with advanced avionics and GPS, real training for today’s flying.

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