GPS / Advanced Avionics Training
Learn to operate the avionics in your aircraft to enhance your safe and effective flight operations. Courses include Garmin panel-mounted GPS/NAV/COM receivers and electronic flight displays, the ever popular Aspen Avionics Evolution electronic flight displays, various S-TEC autopilot systems, and for your J.P. Instruments engine data monitors.
Seating is limited so pre-registration and payment of the course fee is required to reserve your position on the course. Click here to Register and then you may pay for your course in advance by using one of the following options, in order of preference:
- by using Interac e-Transfer from your Canadian bank account to NavPath Aviation Ltd at firstname.lastname@example.org
- by mailing a cheque to NavPath Aviation Ltd at the address below
- by securely paying on-line with your PayPal account, or credit card, to NavPath Aviation Ltd through the NavPath website
You may also attend, on a space available basis, and pay at the door with Interac e-Transfer or cash.
Canadian Air Operators can use these courses to meet the ground training requirements of Canadian Aviation Regulations Subpart 702, 703 & 704 for their pilots to use of GPS in IFR operations. Training courses can be conducted at your facilities to meet your specific operational needs.
Garmin Panel-Mount GPS/NAV/COM Receivers and Electronic Flight Displays
Garmin GTN 650 and GTN 750 TSO C146c
Learn to use the next generation of Garmin integrated avionics solutions. Garmin touchscreen avionics are redefining what it means to fly with your fingertips. Only two buttons and three knobs for traditional data entry, or you can now “tap” and “swipe” your way along. The new graphical user interface, with icon-identified onscreen touchkeys, provides a virtual flight management system.
Learn to use the icon based Home screen to access all operational functions with finger-tip data entry. You can really speed up the flight plan entry by adding airway segments and using the new “rubber band” feature for flight plan revisions. The new graphical flight planning feature makes on-screen flight plan editing real easy.
Garmin G500 / G600 Electronic Flight Display
Learn to use the features of these displays combined with your existing Garmin avionics stack. Your aircraft will be transformed into a state-of-the-art digital command centre.
Learn how to optimize your flight experience with exceptional situational awareness.
Garmin GNS 430W and GNS 530W TSO C146a WAAS
Learn to use the features of the Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) which provides greater GPS precision, reliability and availability. Learn how you can fly the LPV approaches and the LNAV+V approaches with vertical approach guidance.
Garmin GNS 430 and GNS 530 TSO C129a
Learn to use the world’s most popular and best selling panel-mount GPS/NAV/COM receiver, the Garmin GNS 430. The instructor will use various on-screen presentations and the PC-based Garmin GNS 430 simulator for demonstrations and then you will practice the procedures on your client supplied laptop computer with the Garmin GNS 430 simulator giving you lots of experience with tactile learning.
By learning how to effectively use the Garmin GNS 430 you will be able to easily apply that knowledge to using the Garmin GNS 530, any of the Garmin G1000 family of glass cockpit displays, and also the new Garmin GTN 650 and GTN 750 touch-screen navigators.
The Garmin GNS 430 familiarization training is conducted over full two days; Level I – VFR Navigation, followed by Level II – IFR Operations. During the early part of each day’s course you will learn about the global positioning system and the various functions and capabilities of these units. During the latter part of each day’s course there are several scenario-based training exercises for you to use your newly acquired knowledge and skills to plan actual trips and program the Garmin GNS 430.
These Transport Canada approved courses also allow any pilot to meet the 24 month recurrency requirements of CARs paragraph 401.05(2)(a).
Your ground training program can be followed with in-flight training in your aircraft with training tailored to meet your specific aircraft equipment and operational needs. Please Contact Us directly to discuss your specific training requirements.
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Full course details and registration will be available three months prior to the scheduled course date.
Seating for the courses is limited so pre-registration and payment is required to reserve your position on the course. Click here to Register. You may pay for your course in advance by mailing a cheque today to NavPath Aviation Ltd or you may securely pay on-line with PayPal. On a space available basis, you may also pay at the door by cash or by cheque payable to NavPath Aviation Ltd.
Click here to Register and securely pay on-line using PayPal.
All courses subject to GST.
Courses are scheduled and conducted on a client requested basis.
Scheduled Courses - GPS / Advanced Avionics Training
|2020-10-08||Garmin GPS - An Introduction to Integrated GPS/NAV/COM Receivers||Abbotsford, BC||Airside Event Spaces||$100|
Aspen Evolution Flight Display Systems
A new way to look at avionics! Learn to use these safety-enhancing avionics that incorporate advanced flight display systems replacing the gyro-based mechanical flight instruments.
The new Aspen Evolution Synthetic Vision will further enhance your operational safety.
Learn to use this new electronic Attitude Indicator and Horizontal Situation Indicator that incorporates all of the legacy “Six Pack” flight instruments.
Learn to use this multi-function display to enhance your situational awareness with moving maps, terrain awareness, and flight information pages. You can also incorporate your optional weather and traffic information.
S-TEC Autopilot Systems
Learn to use this rate based autopilot to control your aircraft around the roll axis and the pitch axis. When interfaced with your WAAS GPS you will be able to manage all navigational functions from this panel.
Learn to use this rate based autopilot to control your aircraft around the roll axis.
Learn to use this rate based autopilot to control your aircraft around the pitch axis.
Learn how to engage altitude hold and make small adjustments for changes in altimeter setting. You will be able to command climbs and descents at predetermined rates.
Learn to use this powerful little unit to interface the roll steering commands of your GPS with your autopilot.
You will be able to accurately maintain you enroute track from waypoint to waypoint, and with a WAAS GPS it will fly a hold entry procedure then maintain the holding pattern, and also accurately fly procedure turns.
Your workload will be reduced significantly allowing you to spend more time managing your flight.
J.P. Instruments Engine Data Management
JPI EDM 700 Engine Data Monitor
Learn to use this engine monitor to display your engine’s EGT and CHT to determine the health of your engine.
Learn how this little unit can provide you with the operational status of your electrical system and fuel system.
JPI EDM 930 Engine Data Management
Learn to use this very advanced device to read, interpret and use the many types of information shown on this display. Learn to operate your engine safely and economically with reference to the bar graphs.
It’s like having a personal flight engineer ready to warn you if any measurement exceeds the programmed limit. You just might be able to detect early symptoms of pending internal engine problems.
For further information e-mail us at email@example.com or contact us directly by phone at 778-565-4544
or toll free at 1-855-NAVPATH.
We look forward to seeing you in class!
Chief Instructor: Bob Leroux
Class 1 Flight Instructor, Pilot Examiner and former Inspector with Transport Canada
… it’s an attitude!