Cirrus Currency Courses

Cirrus has a complete set of short courses to keep you current and safe in your Cirrus. After you have taken the Cirrus Transition Course (or Advanced Transition Course for IFR operation), continue with the following schedule of training:

90 Day Refresher Course (1/2 Day typically)

  • Normal Operations (Preflight, Engine Start, Before Taxi, Taxi, Before Takeoff, Climb, Cruise, Descent, Traffic Pattern, Normal & Crosswind Landings, After Landing, Shutdown
  • Maneuvers (Power-off Stall, Power-on Stall, Autopilot Stall Recognition, Slow Flight, Steep Turns
  • Special Procedures (Short-Field Takeoff, Short-Field Landing, Reduced Flap Landing – 50% & 0%, Power-off Landing, Go Around)

Six Month Recurrency Checks (1 Full Day typically)

There are two version of the course that you can alternate every six months (The “versions” are called Schedules A and B by Cirrus).

Six Month Recurrency Check (Schedule A)

  • Normal Operations (Preflight, Engine Start, Before Taxi, Taxi, Before Takeoff, Climb, Cruise, Descent, Traffic Pattern, Normal & Crosswind Landings, After Landing, Shutdown
  • Instrument Procedures (Basic Attitudes, Unusual Attitudes)
  • Abnormal Operations (Electrical Malfunctions, PDF Malfunctions, Engine Malfunctions, Open Door, Simulated CAPS Deployment, TAWS Escape, Inadvertent Icing & IMC)
  • Single Pilot Recourse Management (SRM)

Six Month Rercurrency Check (Schedule B)

  • Normal Operations (Preflight, Engine Start, Before Taxi, Taxi, Before Takeoff, Climb, Cruise, Descent, Traffic Pattern, Normal & Crosswind Landings, After Landing, Shutdown
  • Maneuvers (Power-off Stall, Power-on Stall, Autopilot Stall Recognition, Slow Flight, Steep Turns
  • Special Procedures (Short-Field Takeoff, Short-Field Landing, Reduced Flap Landing – 50% & 0%, Power-off Landing, Go Around)
  •  Single Pilot Resource Management (SRM)