I''ve thought a lot about this, and like many I also questioned the logic of having a 230 hour instructor training student pilots.
But I came around a bit. The Canadian aviation industry appears to place greater weight on experience rather than training, no? While we might be slowly moving away from that and towards a European style of training and pilot selection, wouldn''t most agree that it doesn''t matter where you did your training, who your instructor was, what a/c you flew...just that you got your license.
After that, you slug it out somewhere...on the ramp, in the bush, what