I have a question regarding LOGBOOK entries...
The question is from an Instructors point of view the following:
when you are getting ready to SOLO a Student pilot 61.87© pripr to conducting a solo flight, a student pilot must have:
(1) received and logged FLIGHT TRAINING for the maneuvers and procedures of this section that are appropriate to the make and model of aircraft to be flown: and
(2) demonstrate satisfactory proficiency and safety, as judged by an authorised instructor, on the maneuvers and procedures rquired by this section in the make and model of aircraft or similar make and model of aircraft to be flown:
(d) maneuvers and procedures for pre-solo flight training for the following maneuvers and procedures:
(7) collision avoidance, whindear avoidance and wake turbulence avoidance:
do you have to log this in a flight lesson under the remarks section of the flight??? how do you teach that in the airplane other than the obvious (that G5 on final stay above his glide path) (make clearing turns before you do maneuvers etc etc....
also (10) stall entries from varoius flight attitudes and power combinations wth recvoery initiated at the first indication of a stall, and recovery from a full stall
SO do i have to write number 10 out exactly like that in the remarks section because it does exactly say power off and power on stalls,
(11) states EMERGENCY procedures and equipment malfunctions,
the point I'm getting at is this, I'm driving myself nuts trying to make sure I protect my **I have a dirty mouth** and make sure I write everything exactly as it is, for example number (11) emergency procedures?? just write it? or list everything I do as an emergency procedure and malfunction, ie, engine/failure eq. simulated radio malfunctions etc etc..
or do I have to write anything at all in the remarks?? or does the ENDORSEMENT at the back of thier logbook basically mean I've given all the training and that's it?? or do I also have to log during each flight absolately everything.??
PS. do I have to log ground school before their solo?? or just adminter a pre solo written test?? because it doesn't say anything about giving them ground school