This course details criteria for the fundamental instrument procedure design and the design of departure procedure for both conventional and PBN navigation.
After this training, the participant, as future procedure designer tutored by a senior procedure designer is able to:
Future procedure designers, Regulators of CAA, Air Traffic Controllers, Pilots for flight inspection or validation, AIS personnel, and other relevant personnel
Attendees should feel comfortable to communicate in English.
At APAC FPP, according to ICAO doc 9906 volume 2, the initial training of IFR procedures designer consists of three main modules. Each module is independent but completing each other, trainees can choose module on demand. This module is considered the first step in a comprehensive training program to design IFR procedure.
The training is organized around courses, exercises and assessments to apply all the design criteria addressing PBN and conventional departures procedures. The pillars of this training include a case study from ICAO 9368 and a real published procedure.
2 weeks' courses are in remote classes.
Presentation and explanation of the rules and principles described in Doc 8168-OPS/611.
Elementary use of the regulation concepts in a simplified environment, conducted to enforce the theoretical input.
Exercises are daily scheduled.
The exercises about departure criteria are in remote classes.
Design of departure procedures in a geographic and aeronautic realistic environment. The design is carried out step by step under the guidance of instructors. The project includes also the design of SID Chart and appropriate documentation.
Several progress tests are carried out to identify the trainee's ability to apply procedure design criteria. Correction of the project is part of the assessment.
At the end of the course, an individual assessment report is provided to each participant.
Contact with referent instructor (s) is provided throughout the course.
Delivered course material
Courseware will be uploaded to APAC FPP website.