[Almost] All weather flying.
So you have gotten your Private Pilots License and are now looking to travel at lower than VFR conditions, want to travel for business, or just want to be able to control your airplane with bat-like precision! Bring on the Instrument Rating!
An Instrument Rating is a great thing. It can give you a tremendous amount of flexibility in your flying, and it will increase your normal VFR piloting skills substantially. Many pilots who obtain their instrument rating don't necessarily do it in order to fly in the "hard stuff", they do it for the overall increase in knowledge and skill that come's with it.
My instrument training course has been something that I have developed over the past half decade. I apply real world experience into my program that will make sure when you will not only earn your rating, but the confidence to use it when we are done training.
I have thousands of hours in T.A.A (Technically Advanced Airplanes) and am very familiar with the use of modern day glass cockpits (Garmin, Avidyne, Aspen) and the use of GPS's and GPS approaches.
Just like all flying having an experienced instructor is key. I am available for instruction anywhere in the country. I will be glad to field any questions you may have about instrument training. Please contact me via my contact page in the way most practical to you!