In 1980, Dr. Gleim began self-publishing pilot training books. The dozens of titles, as well as Test Prep, audios, and Gleim Online courses, are widely used by pilots to pass FAA pilot knowledge tests and FAA practical (flight) tests.
Gleim Publications develops and distributes study and reference materials to help you learn and understand Aviation.
We help you attain higher levels of knowledge (analysis, synthesis, and evaluation) while you learn concepts and problem-solving techniques. Our mission is to maximize knowledge transfer while minimizing your time, frustration, and cost.
We invite you to explore this site and learn more about our company and the products and services we provide. Read about our company history. Find out what it takes to become a pilot. Explore job opportunities with Gleim Publications. Meet our Sales/Customer Service Team.
Irvin N. Gleim, Ph.D., CIA, CMA, CFM, CPA, CFII, is a Professor Emeritus at the Fisher School of Accounting, University of Florida. He has been active in both pilot and accountant training for over 45 years. His Knowledge Transfer Systems make learning and understanding an intuitively appealing process.
Gleim is an environmentally friendly company. See how our solar panel energy and recycling programs are making a difference.
Excellence in Pilot Training Award
This award recognizes an individual or organization for outstanding contributions in safety, professionalism, leadership, and excellence in the field of pilot training.
|Excellence in Pilot
|Dr. Irvin N. Gleim|
Dr. Irvin Gleim has been associated with excellence in flight training for over 30 years. He is the President of Gleim Publications, a leading provider of training guides and practical test prep/flight maneuver books for every level of flight student: private/recreational, instrument, commercial, flight/ground instructor, airline transport pilot, and flight engineer; and flight maneuver books for flight instructors and private, instrument, and commercial pilots. Three additional pilot training books are Pilot Handbook, Aviation Weather and Weather Services, and FAR/AIM.
Dr. Gleim earned his private pilot certificate in 1965 from the Institute of Aviation at the University of Illinois, where he subsequently earned his Ph.D. He is a commercial pilot, flight instructor (instrument), and FAA Aviation Safety Counselor. He is a member of NATA's Flight Training Committee, AOPA, EAA, American Bonanza Society, and the Civil Air Patrol.
Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award
Gleim Solar Power
In December of 2008, Gleim had a solar electricity generating system installed on the rooftop of its main building at 4201 N.W. 95th Blvd. in Gainesville, FL. Things have been sunny ever since.
The system, which was the largest in Gainesville when it was first activated, remains one of the largest of its kind. In addition, it is one of the few systems that is actually producing almost as much electricity as the business is using.
The Gleim system was the first feed-in tariff commercial system in the United States. Feed-in tariff systems were first promoted in Germany, which is now the world's largest solar market. Launched for the first time in the U.S. in March of 2009 by Gainesville Regional Utilities, a city-owned utility, the feed-in tariff program encourages local businesses to invest in renewable energy. Under the program, GRU, which serves some 90,000 customers, contracted to buy power back for 20 years at a predetermined price. Rates were determined by the size of the system installed.
Dr. Irvin Gleim, President of Gleim Publications, states, "We see ourselves as stewards of the environment. Philosophically, making this investment was the right thing to do and fits with our existing operation. The GRU program made the decision to install the solar electricity generating system good business sense."
Recycling is one of the most important ways that businesses can be stewards of the environment in which they operate.
Gleim, a growing company of over 100 employees, recycles all paper, cardboard, aluminum, steel cans, glass bottles, plastic bottles, wrapping, steel shipping bands, and styrofoam.
Gleim is so successful in its endeavor to recycle everything it possibly can that the entire company throws away only the equivalent of a couple typical households' trash. Gleim is as green as they can get with the help and participation of each and every Gleim team member.