Multi part question here: I’ve been advised not to do the 100 multi-engine program (do 40 instead) if I plan on being an instructor for ATP because I will build multi engine time as an instructor. How much time do you spend instructing multi-engine vs single engine? In other words how much multi engine time will you come out with at the end, having just gone through the 40 hour program, instructed for ATP, and flown your 1500 hrs TT? Also, (dumb question alert) does 100% of your instructor time count toward the 1500 hrs required for the airlines (even though you’re not the one always flying)? Next question is…during the program, having already completed the PPL cert, will you be expected to use a mechanical E6B?