This section contains information you need during academics. This will cover your first four weeks of training and include T-6B systems, checklist procedures, the basics of emergency procedures (EPs), and Contact. All of this will incorporate Course Rules knowledge and procedures. During the academic period, the "fire hose effect" is in play and you will have an enormous amount of information coming at you with little time to look forward. It will be very overwhelming.
The schedule is broken down by week to help show you how the days will line up for major study areas. It also will recommend what else you should be studying (additional training) to stay ahead of the game. The schedules will not show the various CAI times. Your class calendar, given to you on check-in, will spell out the exact times allotted to be in the CAI lab accomplishing the computer modules. Realize that these schedules are generic due to the fact that holidays/days off may shift your times a small bit.
To help out, each of the major study areas has a section assigned to it. Each of these sections contain information (briefings, videos, gouge, etc.) on the various topics you will cover. It should be used to help supplement your learning and understanding in the given areas.
Test Objectives (Systems & Contact)
You will have two academic tests covering the aircraft's systems and two tests covering Contact flying procedures. You can download the objectives for all of the tests to prepare yourself.
Below is a site map of the academic ground school area to help you find classes.