Student’s Progress Report for Flight Instructors

Progress Report

Student's Progress Report

This progress report spreadsheet automates all the calculations and ensures accurate and tidy recording of your student’s progress. Simply enter the date to activate each sector, and then enter the flight time in the appropriate column. All headings are replicated on each printed page, so you can just keep logging flights without having to worry about which page you are on or how many you have used. Just go to print preview and select which page you would like to print, then file it away in your student’s permanent folder. No more tippex!

Please feel free to leave any comments or suggestions on how the Progress Report spreadsheet could be improved.

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Posted in Rotorcraft.

Steven Hale leads the operation and development of the international Birmingham Solar Oscillations Network (BiSON), a global network of automated robotic solar telescope run by the University of Birmingham in the UK. His research interests are instrumentation and electronics, and high-resolution optical spectroscopy techniques. In his spare time he has many interests including photography and aviation, and has a private helicopter license rated on the Robinson R22 and R44 aircraft.

This is a private blog and in no way represents opinions or endorsements from the University of Birmingham.

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