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
- Who: Anyone with more specific needs or questions about business aviation procedures and regulations
- What: May incorporate (but not limited to) additional or expanded topics, FAA tabletop preparation, or upcoming trip specific training. Custom training can also be tailored to integrate a department’s own policies and procedures (IOMs or SOPs)
- Length: Typically two-day events
- Where: Custom training can be conducted at our home base in Dallas or onsite at our clients' hangars