While you get your tailwheel endorsement, you can also easily fulfill the flight review requirement through the Wings program. Make sure you read the Wings Program overview first before getting started here.
1. Create a Wings login on faasafety.gov.
2. Do your tailwheel training at Carneros Aviation. During your training, you’ll fulfill all the requirements for Flight Topic 1, 2, and 3. Your instructor will give you credit as you do them.
3. Sign up to access the Air Safety Institute’s online courses. You can either sign up with them directly for free, or join the Airplane Owner and Pilot’s Association. They’re a great organization that supports general aviation. Membership is $45 a year and includes a subscription to AOPA Pilot or Flight Training magazine, and all of their online flight planning resources, including TFR emails.
4. Complete the free online course: Do the Right Thing: Decision Making for Pilots. This will fulfill Knowledge Topic 1.
5. Complete Knowledge Topics 2 and 3. You can do this by taking more online courses, getting ground instruction or attending a safety seminar. Ask your instructor for more info, or search for them on the faasafety.gov.
6. Once you apply the credits, your flight review is now current!
7. To keep current, keep completing the phases. You can do it every two years like a Flight Review, every year if you want to keep your Wings Basic phase current, or even every six months. Just a short flight with a CFI, another online course, a safety seminar or some advanced airplane training every few months is all you need to stay completely on top of it.