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Master Instructor Program Finds A New Home Base

The Highly-Respected Organization Is Now Officially Part Of SAFE

The original and highly regarded Master Instructor program, which arguably set the standard of excellence in aviation education when first introduced in 1997, has settled comfortably in the SAFE nest as the Master Instructor Continuing Education Program (MICEP) for all aviation educators.

The original Master Instructor Program, written and introduced by professional educators Sandy and JoAnn Hill of Colorado, celebrates its 24th year representing what then-FAA Administrator Marion Blakey called "the best the right seat has to offer" in aviation.

In 2009, though, Sandy and JoAnn expanded their iconic Master Instructor program, adding Master CFI accreditations for two specialty instructional areas, aerobatic (MCFI-A) and helicopter (MCFI-H). 

FAA certificated ground instructors may now earn a Master Ground Instructor (MGI) designation, while aviation educators in schools and colleges are eligible to earn the Master Aviation Educator (MAE) designation.

The Master Instructor Emeritus (MIE) was also created to honor individuals with a substantial lifetime of professional aviation education and flight instruction achievements.

Studies show that earning Master Certificated Flight Instructor credentials adds to aviation community recognition, respect and business.

According to SAFE Executive Director David St George (12 time Master CFI), annual savings on aircraft insurance for MCFIs more than pays the Master Instructor application fee.

Although SAFE membership is not a requirement for MICEP certification, most Master Instructors are SAFE members.

FMI: http://masterinstructors.org/

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