CFI Finisher Help!

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Steppenwolf 's Comment
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Yes the trainers were short for female trainees so if you got called to go train, do it...put a wrap on that foot or something. This is my 4th week solo at CFI...I didn't go home after orientation been out here 7 weeks. Don't let that license go stale and if you don't go now will it be another month or more wait... Good luck girl...

Amelia M.'s Comment
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From the medical end of the spectrum, talk to your podiatrist. Find out what difficulties you can expect if you put off the surgery and what you can do to minimize the damage. Poorly healed breaks or muscle damage in the feet can have serious complications later on and weight on the damage isn't the only concern - improperly healed bone and muscle damage are prone to worsening repetitive stress injuries. That said, being aware of it and using the right support devices and physical therapy exercises can mitigate a lot of the concern. So definitely talk to your podiatrist and explain the situation.

Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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Cece, I think you contacted me a while back. Once you finish with your trainer and go solo, contact me and I will give you the number for my friend who is a CFI driver and trainer. He's a great resource if you need an extra person to help. Good luck.

Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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How long were you home before they emailed about a trainer? I'm heading there the 23rd. I dont want to be sent home with no money earned.

Hillman.... keep in mind she went right before Thanksgiving and most trainers go home for both thanksgiving and christmas. therefore wait times for trainers are longer than usual. its probabky better now which is why she got a trainer now.

Cece's Comment
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Big Scott I sent you another email 😁

Cece, I think you contacted me a while back. Once you finish with your trainer and go solo, contact me and I will give you the number for my friend who is a CFI driver and trainer. He's a great resource if you need an extra person to help. Good luck.

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