I Preflight Preparation
A. Pilot Qualifications
References: 14 CFR §61, §69; §91; FAA-H-9093-25B; AC 68-1
Objective To determine that the applicant exhibits satisfactory knowledge, risk management and skills associated with airman and medical certificates, including privileges, limitations, currency and operating as pilot-in-command(PIC) as private pilot
The applicant demonstrates understanding of
K1 Certification Requirements §61.103 Eligibility, age, english knowledge, training, endorsements etc.
§61.105 Aeronautical knowledge areas;
§61.107 Flight Proficiency
§61.109 Aeronautical experience
K1 Recent Flight Experience §61.57 Recency of experience
K1 Recordkeeping §61.51 Logbooks
§61.51(d) Logging solo time as student
§61.1(b)(iii) "Cross-country time means --"
K2 Privileges & Limitations §61.113 Private Pilot privileges and limitations: Pilot in command
K3 Medical Certificates

§61.23 Medical Certificates: Requirement and duration & privileges

§67 Medical Certification
§67.101 First Class Certificate;
§67.21 Second Class Certificate
§67.301 Third Class Certificate

§61.53 Prohibition on operations during medical deficiency

8083-2 (3-3)(6-12) "IMSAFE" Checklist

§61.3 Requirements for certificates, ratings and authorizations

K4 Documents Required  
K5 §68 Basic Med §68Requirements for operating certain small aircraft without a medical certificate

AC 68-1 Basic Med
The Applicant demonstrates the ability to identify, assess and mitigate risks encompassing:
R1 Failure to distinguish proficiency vs currency FAA Proficiency
R2 Flying unfamiliar Airplanes or operating with unfamiliar flight display systems and avionics FAA-H-8083-2

AC-90-109A - Transition to unfamilar aircraft
The applicant demonstrates the ability to:
S1 Apply all of this in a SCENARIO Scenarios: FAA-H-8083-2 (B-1,2)