Flying skills practice

You learn a number of skills when learning to fly, from different ways to land to emergency procedures, and you are tested on these during your practical skills test.

However, once you pass your practical skills test, you leave your instructor behind and start flying as pilot in command, and before you know it you have forgotten these important skills.

Martin’s Skills Revision Tracker

The Skills Revision Tracker lists all the key skills and tracks when they were last practiced. Each skill is given a Red, Amber or Green (RAG) status depending on when it was last practiced:

  • Red – Not practiced in over 12 months
  • Amber – Practiced in the last 6 to 12 months
  • Green – Practiced in the last 6 months

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You can download a copy of Martin’s Skills Revision Tracker for your own use here.