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Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Awareness Package (NAV-PBN-AWR) - with the EUROCONTROL Institute of ANS - E


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This PBN web-based training (WBT) package, designed originally for ICAO, has been significantly revised to ensure the EUROCONTROL PBN training addresses the changes introduced by the updates to the PBN Manual (ICAO Doc 9613 Edition 4) and the European Airspace Concept Handbook (Edition 3). The new PBN electronic training consists of 4 modules:

• Using the WBT
• Introduction to Area Navigation and Performance Based Navigation (PBN)
• PBN Components
• PBN Implementation

The SES PBN Implementing Rule, which is currently under development, foresees the introduction of Advanced Required Navigation Performance (A-RNP) together with Approaches with Vertical Guidance (APV). The later modules ensure that the user will fully understand these relatively new terms and have a basic idea of what is needed to implement such applications.

This course is delivered by the EUROCONTROL Training Institute.

Course format

  • This e-learning course provides 2 hours of instruction to be completed within 12 months.

Prerequisites

  • There are no prerequisites for this course

Next class

There are currently no scheduled classes. Check back later for updates or contact us to arrange a class in your company.


What you will learn

The overall objective of this PBN WBT is to provide all stakeholders, from airspace users to regulatory authorities, a common understanding of PBN and what has changed with the updated ICAO Doc 9613.

Who should attend

This course is recommended for:

  • All PBN stakeholders, including airspace designers, procedure designers, ATCOs, pilots, and other airspace users, regulatory authorities, data houses, and other ATM-related personnel

Certificate awarded

All candidates will receive a certificate of completion.

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