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Eighth APS Master CFI-Aerobatic

Eighth APS Instructor Designated Master CFI-Aerobatic


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Scott Dieringer, a 1st-time Master as well as a member of IAC and SAFE, recently earned his Master CFI-Aerobatic accreditation. A veteran US Air Force F-16 pilot, aerobatic instructor pilot, and previous airline pilot, Scott specializes in upset prevention, recovery, spin, and aerobatic training at Aviation Performance Solutions (APS) in Arizona USA.

Mesa, Arizona – December 3, 2014 – Aviation Performance Solutions LLC (APS), a USA-based flight school in Arizona with four global training centers, along with Master Instructors LLC and the International Aerobatic Club (IAC) take great pride in announcing a significant aviation accomplishment on the part of Scott Dieringer, an instructor pilot with APS and resident of Queen Creek, Arizona.

APS Instructor MCFI-A Scott 'Bonsai' Dieringer

MCFI-A Scott ‘Bonsai’ Dieringer

Recently, Scott was accredited as a Master CFI-Aerobatic (Certificated Flight Instructor-Aerobatic) by Master Instructors LLC, the international accrediting authority for the Master Instructor designation as well as the FAA-approved Master Instructor Programä. Additionally, he is one of eight (8) MCFI-As at APS Training to earn this accreditation.

A graduate of the University of Texas [BS 2001] and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University [MAS 2014], Scott is an advanced instructor pilot with Aviation Performance Solutions [APS] Emergency Maneuver Training (www.APSTraining.com), a Part 141 flight school at Phoenix/Mesa Gateway Airport (IWA) with additional training centers in Texas, Europe and the Middle East. Currently, 8 of the 15 [53%] active MCFI-As worldwide are employed by APS. A veteran Air Force fighter pilot, former forward air controller embedded with the U.S. Army, aerobatic instructor pilot, and airline pilot, Scott specializes in upset recovery, spin, and aerobatic training. Having deployed as a pilot and Air Liaison Officer with the Air Force, Scott is a decorated former fighter pilot with over 15 years in the aviation industry and 800+ hours of all-attitude upset prevention and recovery instruction given.

To help put these achievements in their proper perspective, there are approximately 98,000 CFIs in the United States. Fewer than 800 of those aviation educators have achieved that professional distinction thus far. The last 19 National Flight Instructors of the Year or National FAASTeam Representatives of the Year were Master CFIs (see: http://www.GeneralAviationAwards.org/).

In the words of former FAA Administrator Marion Blakey, “The Master Instructor accreditation singles out the best that the right seat has to offer.”

The Master Instructor designation is a national accreditation recognized by the FAA. Candidates must demonstrate an ongoing commitment to excellence, professional growth, and service to the aviation community, and must pass a rigorous evaluation by a peer Board of Review. The process parallels the continuing education regimen used by other professionals to enhance their knowledge base while increasing their professionalism. Designees are recognized as outstanding aviation educators for not only their excellence in teaching, but for their engagement in the continuous process of learning — both their own, and their students’. The designation must be renewed biennially and significantly surpasses the FAA requirements for renewal of the candidate’s flight instructor certificate. Learn why the Master Certified Flight Instructor program matters to APS.

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