I thought I lost mine but thankfully found them today... Does anyone keep records of endorsements they give other than for solos, writtens, and checkrides? In talking with other CFIs at my school, they all seem to be keeping records of TSA endorsements and all. Anyone else do this for some reason? I just have a small notebook and write in, by hand, the name, date, what the endorsement was for, and the results for a written or checkride. We use stickers for endorsements and I have seen some people fill out two stickers, giving one to the student and putting the other in the records. What method do you use for keeping the record? § 61.189 Flight instructor records. (a) A flight instructor must sign the logbook of each person to whom that instructor has given flight training or ground training. (b) A flight instructor must maintain a record in a logbook or a separate document that contains the following: (1) The name of each person whose logbook or student pilot certificate that instructor has endorsed for solo flight privileges, and the date of the endorsement; and (2) The name of each person that instructor has endorsed for a knowledge test or practical test, and the record shall also indicate the kind of test, the date, and the results. (c) Each flight instructor must retain the records required by this section for at least 3 years.