FlightSafety International has supplied RVSM training to thousands of professional pilots and has supplied international operations training for more than 30 years. The course explains the Flight Level Allocations Schemes and RVSM Procedures for North American and European airspace and goes on to explain the regional differences in RVSM operations around the world, including China's metric Flight Level Allocation Scheme and the ATC procedures during transitions between RVSM and non-RVSM airspace.
The course covers all regions of the world where RVSM exists including North America, South America, Europe, China, Russia, Australia, and South Africa.
Learn to operate safely in RVSM airspace worldwide with FlightSafety's online International RVSM course. The course covers the following topics:
- RVSM Aircraft Approval and Operational Approval Requirements
- Pre-flight, en-route, and post-flight procedures
- Contingency Procedures
- Unable to Maintain Flight Level
- Severe Turbulence
- Mountain Wave Activity
- Wake Turbulence
- Primary Altimeter Failure
- Transponder Failure
- Loss of Communication
- Special Emphasis Items
- Controller Phraseology
- Crew Resource Management
- Air Data System Relationships
- Standby Altimeter Limitations
- Visual Perception Problems
- Strategic Lateral Offset Procedure
- Characteristics of Altitude Capture Systems
- Aircraft Operating Restrictions Related to RVSM Operations
- TCAS II Operations in RVSM Airspace
- Regional Differences
- Key Regional Differences
- RVSM in China
- Transitions Between RVSM and Non-RVSM Metric Airspace
- RVSM in Russia and CIS
Features and Benefits
- When approved by a POI, it systematically addresses the operating procedures and the required training elements specified in ICAO Doc 9574, ICAO Doc 7030, JAA Temporary Guidance Leaflet No. 6, Advisory Circular 91-85 (previously FAA Guidance 91-RVSM), and FAR 91 Appendix G.
- Interactive, engaging, and self-paced
- Developed by experienced pilots, flight instructors, and air traffic controllers
- Available anytime and anywhere via the internet
- Employs an operationally-oriented, scenario-based approach that reflects FlightSafety's experience with RVSM training
- Contains general RVSM information that is not aircraft specific.
- Offers an extensive library of RVSM-related reference materials for download
- Course provides extra features such as a search engine, glossary, bookmarks, notepad and more
- Learners obtain a FlightSafety Certificate of Completion
- Recurrent Maintenance RVSM training, also, is available online from FlightSafety International
- Price: $375 USD/person
- Target Audience: Pilots
- Duration: 2.0 hours
- Regulatory Requirements: When approved by a POI, it systematically addresses the operating procedures and the required training elements specified in ICAO Doc 9574, ICAO Doc 7030, JAA Temporary Guidance Leaflet No. 6, Advisory Circular 91-85 (previously FAA Guidance 91-RVSM), and FAR 91 Appendix G.
- Delivery: 100% web-delivered and self-paced
- Credit: Once you have completed the course and successfully passed the test, you are awarded a FlightSafety International certificate of completion. If you are an existing FlightSafety customer, you can also pick up your record of training in myFlightSafety.