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NAFI Seeks Abstracts for October Conference

CFI Summit to Focus on Professional Polish and Quality Flight Instruction

The National Association of Flight Instructors (NAFI) will convene its first flight instruction safety and business summit next October in Lakeland, Florida.

The group will hold the summit at the SUN 'n FUN campus at the Lakeland Linder International Airport from October 24-26. The event is open to current and prospective Certified Flight Instructors, aviation leaders, industry advocates, government representatives, and the media at large.    

The event will hopefully assist many of NAFI's members to further hone their business acumen and add an additional touch of professionalism to their day to day operations.

"The NAFI Summit will bring stakeholders in the flight instruction community together to share CFI tips, techniques and best practices, relevant business skills, and networking opportunities," said NAFI President Paul Preidecker. "We will focus on the important topics of professionalism, proficiency and pilot well-being along with changes to FAA regulations and rules," he added.

Of course, CFI's will find it quite advantageous to their student's pass rate, too. "The NAFI Summit will present information designed to improve the industry's pass rates for initial pilot examinations," added Preidecker.

The summit will feature keynote speakers addressing the vital role of flight instructors, with an emphasis on continuous improvement in safety and customer service. In the next few months, NAFI will provide updates as registration and hotel arrangements are made.

For those interested, a series of 30-minute presentations will be given across a range of flight instruction topics. The NAFI is accepting abstracts, anywhere from 200-250 words relating to areas of professional development. The deadline for submissions is June 1.

FMI: www.nafi.org

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