A concentrated ‘Professional' course works well for instrument training because it keeps everything fresh, unlike dragging it out over months as so often happens. But please understand; this is NOT the bare minimums ‘pass the ride' course taught by most instructors. What you don't know in IFR operations can get you killed.
The Complete IFR Curriculum covers all the material and training needed using my ‘simplified techniques and procedures for single pilot IFR operations' to pass your Instrument Check Ride, PLUS a lot of valuable information and training needed to be safe and confident using your new rating. The training is a balance of classroom, simulator, and airplane, designed around your airplane and the equipment you will be using. By using a PCATD, most pilots can finish in 40 hours total, (30 in the airplane). Plan on doing some review and memorization before coming. Also plan on studying at night while you are here. In most cases you can use the text you used to study for the written, plus the material I provide. Also, you can use the PCATD for extra practice as needed, as part of the course.
It's my observation that to make the course work to your best advantage, you need to be totally focused on the training. That's very hard to do with the distractions of everyday life and work, and that's why I think you need to come to me, with time scheduled to get the training completed.
If you need flexibility in scheduling your training, I can usually accommodate you, understanding that my program is designed to cover the material rapidly but thoroughly, with the goal being to finish in a short time frame.
Schedule: Either 10 days straight through or, two 5-day sessions.