I am a professional pilot and as such I'm very familiar with training programs and processes that are implemented in order to qualify individuals to operate complex/dangerous systems. It seems like it is asking for trouble to give consumers free reign over self driving systems (current or future FSD systems) with practically zero training as to the limitations and conditions under which it may be operated. I would propose mandatory hands on training by a certified instructor that includes "ground school" covering the system features, limitations, and operating restrictions followed by several hours of operation under the supervision of an instructor that covers a sampling of driving scenarios (freeway, city, urban, etc.). After initial certification there should be monthly testing (on the car's screen or by app/website) in the form of a multiple choice test. Yearly, the user should be required to complete some form of refresher training such as videos or computer based training. I know this sounds like a burden, but there really needs to be some form of training and accountability before putting someone in control of a system like this.