Vico wrote:Well I'm teaching to military guys right now (RCAF phase 1 training). But let's say PPL and CPL yes.
Ok to teach CPL you need to convert licence/rating at CPL level (to teach CPL and PPL) so you need a UK class 1 medical, your Canadian paperwork to be current, pass all the UK Commercial ground exams (CPL or ATPL) and fly an abbreviated CPL course (often just 5 hours) and pass the commercial flight test. You'll need the UK radio licence as well, see my http://www.higherplane.co.uk/rt.html
for help, foreign pilots enjoy it as it covers UK airspace oddities as well as radio).
Then you need the instructor conversion. On that, this is the 'start from scratch' requirement, BUT I can never remember what credit you get for a non UK instructor rating, someone else will probably know before I get a chance to look it up: https://www.ontrackaviation.com/fi-aeroplane.html
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