30 West IP offers three main types of training: Recurrent Training, Initial Training, or Custom Training. See below for which training fits your business aviation needs.
All training includes email and telephone access to an instructor for follow-up questions. We encourage clients to reach out after the training with any additional questions. Should a trip arise to a region you have never operated in before, we can also provide a brief follow-up training event at a later date.
The Completion Certificate is a statement from an FAA Licensed Instructor Pilot certifying that the attendees have completed the training as detailed within the certificate. The documentation is in a letter which is emailed to the clients after completion as well as a wallet size card for the crew to carry with them.
Who: Recurrent training is for Business Aviation Pilots operating internationally who have previously completed an initial international operations training course
ICAO resources and ramp audit protocols
RVSM, Communication Surveillance and Navigation (CNS) standards
Data Link PBCS standards are integrated into all aspects of the courseware
Honeywell or Rockwell Collins’ cockpit avionics graphics are available to support a client’s own specific cockpit
Oceanic contingency procedures also include data link and are explored with graphics and an emphasis on cockpit resources.
Regional implementations wrap up the study placing all the previous elements into a regionally specific context
Updates on emerging technologies and implementations such as RLatSM and Space Based ADS-B
All courseware is easily adaptable and can be interchanged with other training modules to allow the instructor to switch focus if an area of interest is identified
Length: Eight hours
Where: Recurrent training can be conducted at our home base in Dallas or onsite at our clients' hangar
Who: Initial training is for Business Aviation Pilots who will be operating internationally with no previous experience required
What: Addresses all the topics in Recurrent Training in an expanded format. In addition, this training includes the additional topics identified in FAA Advisory Circular 91-70B to include trip planning, altimetry, PANS-OPS instrument procedures, oceanic plotting, and equal time points
Length: Three full days
Where: Initial training can be conducted at our home base in Dallas or onsite at our clients' hangars