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    PRA's Group insurance is moving forward

    I'm so please to announce that Ron Menzie has stepped up to create a PRA proficiency check ride form = (Insurance pilot evaluation form) allowing the insurance companies to calculate risk and reduce risk to the pilot by getting an evaluation and hopefully more training in maneuver.

    Falcon Insurance said if PRA will setup a testing program with PRA CFI's they will present the idea of having everyone in PRA group insurance program tested and provide this from, Ron is creating, to the underwriters.

    Having the form will allow us to move forward and see what if any discounts will be offered to PRA members by two different underwriters according to Falcon.

    Then we can send the from and concept to all the underwriters and hopefully they will compete for the group.

    Stay tuned to PRA's forum and RWF forum for up to date progress.
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    Here is the first draft any comments for improvement most welcome.

    PRA Proficiency Check Ride

    Maneuvers allowable variations
    1. Airspeed Tolerance +/- 10 mph
    2. Altitude Tolerance +/- 100 ft
    3. Heading Tolerance +/- 10 degrees

    Pre Flight Procedures
    1. Correct Pre Flight Inspection (0 to 10) 0 = Fail

    Navigation
    1. Fly to first cross county check point (0 to 10)
    2. Demonstrate missed check point procedures (0 to 10)

    Take off, Landing, and Go-Arounds
    1. Radio Communication (0 to 10)
    2. Normal take off and climb (0 to 10)
    3. Crosswind take-off and climb. If no crosswind pilot should describe orally. (0 to 10)
    4. Normal approach and landing to a full stop and taxi (0 to 10)
    5. Crosswind approach and landing to a full stop and taxi (0 to 10)
    6. Soft field take off and climb. (0 to 10)
    7. Soft field approach and landing. (0 to 10)
    8. Go-Around/Rejected landing. (0 to 10)
    9. Emergency zero thrust approach and accuracy landing. (0 to 10)
    10. Straight-and-Level flight (0 to 10)
    11. Climbs (0 to 10)
    12. Turns (0 to 10)
    13. Descents at slow airspeeds. (0 to 10)
    14. Vertical descents - High rates of descents and recovery. (0 to 10)
    a. Only demonstrated in reach of runway.
    b. Recovery altitude 500 Ft.
    15. Short field take-off and climb. (0 to 10)
    16. Short field approach and landing. (0 to 10)
    17. Lift-off at low airspeed and high angle of attack. (0 to 10)

    Maneuvers
    1. Rectangular course (0 to 10)
    2. “S” turns (0 to 10)
    3. Turns around a point (0 to 10)

    Post Flight Procedures
    1. After landing inspection (0 to 10)
    2. Parking and securing (0 to 10)
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