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Sport Pilot Training Task Log

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Product Description


The Hamilton Pilot Training System (HPTS) Sport Pilot Training Task log is a great tool for the Instructor to plan and evaluate a Sport Pilot applicant's progress.

Knowing where the student is in the overall pilot training program is very important. With the HPTS Training Task Log, you are able to see your students progression toward their goal of learning how to fly. You and your student agree and document their competency and performance of each flight task listed on the task log.

This can be used by you or your student through the steps of learning to solo, getting their pilot certificate, and becoming an instructor.

How It Works

The Training Task Log lists the flight maneuvers generally from easiest to more difficult. Your flight lesson plans will normally cover a number of these tasks working from left to right. Using one line for each session, you move down a line for each new session. A group of tasks are normally covered during each flight. An additional line can be used for comments.

As you introduce each task, you and your student agree on your score for each task they perform. During your training to solo, you score from 1 to 10, 1 being introduced to the maneuver, and 10 on completing the task and being ready to solo. A similar progressive scoring system of 11 to 20, is used in the process of getting your student ready for the pilot certificate. And, if your student decides to go on to be an instructor, the scoring from 21 to 30 is used.

This is a tool for planning your student's flights, debriefing and evaluating flight tasks with your student after each flight. You both discuss each task, agree on your student's competency number for the task, and initial at the far right showing you're in agreement.

The same procedure is used for the Ground School subjects on the back page of the Task Log.

Paul's Recommendation

Paul Hamilton, CFI, DPE

Paul Hamilton
Filmmaker, Flight Instructor, Author


The task log is used by the flight instructor and shared with the student pilot or CFI applicant.


This training task log is a matrix of every maneuver and flight task required for the checkride and is used by the instructor to track a student pilot's progress throughout the training process.


The instructor starts tracking the students progress at the beginning of ground school and/or the beginning of flight training.


This is kept by the instructor and is included with the student records such as drivers license, passport or birth certificate for TSA required documentation of US citizenship.


The task log is useful to both instructor and student. Each are well aware of the progress made in ground school and on every maneuver during flight training. At a glance, each knows what has been completed and what the students needs more work on to be proficient.

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