It’s Arrived

Well, after a month and one day, the e-mail arrived from the CAA.
Thanks to all those that offered explanations and advice, have really enjoyed the PfCO journey so far.
Anyone need their roof or chimney inspecting?

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Very well done Mick ;o)

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Cheers Chris, gotta be worth a celebration breakfast :fried_egg:

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Well done…:cut_of_meat:

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Cheers Lance, appreciated

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Well done buddy.

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Thanks Steve

Congratulations :+1::+1::+1:

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Cheers John

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Congrats mate

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Thanks Callum mate.
Go there at last, need to recover some of my expenditure now

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Congrats Mick
You start as I have stopped
Left my update late so am wondering whether to renew will take the weekend to decide

Well done though

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Thanks for your help Jeff @sparkman999
Get it completed this weekend, did you find out if they have a grace period for renewals?

No I don’t want the pressure…

Pressure?
You’re too busy on that bloody PlayStation thingy

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Congratulations Mick, no holding you now !

Thanks for that Chris.
To be honest, don’t know if I will ever use it, just wanted to do the course.
I really enjoyed it, found it really interesting

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I’m still sitting on the fence MICK, like you, I want to do it for my own peace of mind. When, is yet to be decided!.

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Awesome… Well done chap :+1::+1::+1:. I want to do mine but still trying to justify. I’m a hobbyist with no desire to try and sell material any time soon. Why did you do the exam?

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Thanks for that @Lozzer
To be honest, same here, a hobbyist, but been interested in doing the PfCO course for last 18 months. I contacted a few companies to ask questions prior to deciding who to go with, I was genuinely appalled at the lack of response.
Some, didn’t reply at all, others thought they were doing me a favour taking my money.
I checked online reviews and eventually found a really good offer. The price included online study, 2 days classroom training, night permissions course, flight evaluation and unlimited help with the Ops Manual preparation. The only extra to pay was insurance and submission fees to the CAA.
I really enjoyed the online learning and the classroom based training/scenarios. I probably won’t use the PfCO for commercial work, at least I can keep a copy of the PfCO in my bag and tell all the so called experts that try to tell me where and when I can fly to PISS OFF.

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