FSANA (www.FSANA.com) is hosting the first annual symposium for the flight examiner community in Nashville, Tennessee, on Tuesday and Wednesday, October 26-27, 2021. Tuesday includes sessions beginning at 2:00 and an evening reception. Wednesday is packed with a full day of sessions. The symposium will bring together designated pilot examiners and those interested in becoming DPEs to share and exchange information which will lead to improvements in the examiner segment. FAA officials are planning to attend and participate.
The event warms up on Tuesday, October 26 at 2:00 pm with a session for those wanting to become DPEs in the future plus three general sessions. The following day is comprised of a series of general sessions along with a workshop where attendees will break into smaller groups.
Topics of importance to the work of DPEs and how the flight training community will include:
- Tips and tricks of DMS and IACRA for DPEs
- Delivering good customer service as a DPE while also providing quality testing
- Plans of action details and management
- How flight schools and DPEs integrate for success
- and many other topics
Designated pilot examiners (DPEs) form the backbone of the airman practical testing system in America. There are over 800 DPEs in the designee system and they are responsible for providing over 40,000 airman practical tests each year.
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