Nigel is the users champion, and hence is responsible for the user journey experience of the site; usability and understandability (he assures us that is a real word) are key, so Nigel designs and writes the user interface to our Ground School System here.
Nigel learnt to fly in 1985 with Horizon Flying at Ipswich Airport. He is a flight instructor/examiner and ground instructor/examiner for initial licences and advanced ratings. He also holds Instrument, Night and Aerobatic Instructor ratings, and teaches on all types of aircraft from open-cockpit tail-draggers to glass-cockpit rocket-ships.
Also being the designer and author of all of our courses, Nigel produces these to a high professional standard that emphasises best practice, and great tips and techniques, as well as the required theoretical knowledge. Similarly, he produces and instructs his own additional flight training at Easy PPL Flight Training such as the Advanced PPL, Formation, and Short Strip courses as well as others. He is also an active aerobatic display pilot (Yak Display) and air display organiser (Great British Airshows), so you may well see him on the air show scene.
He has over 5000 hours on a wide variety of aircraft including Tiger Moths, all of the major manufacturer families of aircraft (nose-wheel and tail-wheel), and some rare types that include Wassmer, Air Coupe, Staggerwing, Navion, Spitfire, ME108 and Yak52. Many of these are also displayed by Nigel.
The technology wizard behind Easy PPL Ground School, Lee has over 20 years' experience building dynamic system solutions on the internet.
He learnt to fly with John Pickering at Earls Colne in 2000 and has since flown extensively throughout the UK and Europe in his own PA28 Cherokee. He studied ATPL theoretical knowledge in-house at CAE Oxford Aviation Academy in Oxford and holds a Commercial Pilot's License. Lee is a full time professional flight instructor, night instructor and Instrument Rating instructor, and holds both single and multi-engine piston ratings, IR(R) rating, FI(A) rating, CRI rating, IRI rating, EASA aerobatics qualification and night qualification. When instructing, Lee always emphases the need for all pilots to develop a high degree of situational awareness with an acute attitude towards safety from the very first lesson in the cockpit.
In his spare time, Lee enjoys solving puzzles and is interested in all things mathematical and musical.
Marketing genius behind not only her own business, but also EasyPPLGroundSchool.com as well. Zoe's flair for her role is the envy of many in her business community. And to top it all, she's a pilot as well!
When not airborne, you'll find her in the driving seat of her horse - saddle or carriage, enjoying the countryside.