EASA PBN Theory Training Course (Enroute, Terminal, Approach) (PBN)


Description
Performance-based Navigation (PBN) is the most practical solution for the regulation of new navigation systems technology. PBN is based on Area Navigation, or RNAV, a method of navigation which permits aircraft operation on any desired flight path within coverage of station-referenced navigation aids or within the limits of the capability of self-contained aids, or a combination of these.

This course comprises of 6 modules. Please allow at least 8 hours to complete.

The training course must be complemented by practical training in order to qualify for the EASA IR-PBN qualification.

8 hrs | SCORM
Content
  • Module 1 - RNAV Operations and Definitions
  • Module 1 - RNAV Operations and Definitions
  • Module 1 - RNAV Operations and Definitions - TEST
  • Module 2 - Regulatory Guidance
  • Module 2 - Regulatory Guidance
  • Module 2 - Regulatory Guidance - TEST
  • Module 3 - RNAV/RNP Terminology
  • Module 3 - RNAV/RNP Terminology
  • Module 3 - RNAV/RNP Terminology - TEST
  • Module 4 - Trip Scenario
  • Module 4 - Trip Scenario
  • Module 4 - Trip Scenario - TEST
  • Module 5 - PBN Approaches general
  • Module 5 - PBN Approaches - General
  • Module 5 - PBN Approaches - General - TEST
  • MODULE 6 - FLYING PBN APPROACHES
  • Module 6 - Flying PBN Approaches
  • Module 6 - Flying PBN Approaches - TEST
  • Trainee Satisfaction
  • Course Evaluation
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever