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Flight Instructor - China

Discussion in 'Expatriate Aviation' started by cadbury, Nov 6, 2012.

  1. cadbury

    cadbury Well-Known Member

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    A company is looking for qualified flight instructors to take on the instructor role.

    Here are the basic requirements:
    1. Must possess a current US FAA Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) license, higher license ratings will also be considered but not necessary;
    2. No less than 250 flight hours;
    3. Proven track record in providing flight training;
    4. Must be able to speak and understand Phutonghua (bluff abit; nobody cares)
    5. Willing to travel and relocate to China. (you pay for air-ticket!)

    Remuneration: Negotiable.

    License Conversion: License conversion is required in order to operate as a Flight Instructor in China, the clients would make necessary arrangements to assist the candidates for successfully converting the FAA into CAA Licenses.

    Email -> To: (1) & CC: (2) (keep sending until you received reply)
     
  2. cadbury

    cadbury Well-Known Member

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    As for the above post.

    It is a scam. DO NOT apply. If you have applied, reject any offer!

    Moderator, please lock this thread.
     
  3. MikeD

    MikeD Administrator Staff Member

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    Why are you asking that an advertisement you posted, be locked? Im not getting it.
     
  4. cadbury

    cadbury Well-Known Member

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    I just found out the company doing recruitment is a scam! In another words, fake recruitment!

    I do not wish anybody to fall into the trap.

    Once the thread is locked, no more discussion.
     
  5. drunkenbeagle

    drunkenbeagle Gang Member

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    Any details? You know, the type that would help someone spot such a scam?
     
  6. cadbury

    cadbury Well-Known Member

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    No. 1
    I have a Chinese friend working with CAAC. The school in China is NOT approved by CAAC at all!

    No.2
    Advertisement specially looking for Flight Instructors but the fake school make applicants to teach in the ground, no flight instruction at all. Obviously, it is not a CAAC approved school.
     
  7. popaviator

    popaviator Well-Known Member

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    What's the name of the flight school?
     
  8. mf_eli92

    mf_eli92 Don't call me Shirley

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    can you name some flight schools in china that are looking for cfis for me? from my understanding china doesn't have general aviation though
     
  9. cadbury

    cadbury Well-Known Member

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    That post was more than 3 years ago.

    China has quite a few flight schools. I am lazy to list them down.
     

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