Customised Training, Mentoring and OJT

As you look through our training syllabus, you may find that you would like selected elements of one course combined with elements from others. You may also want to mix online training with customised classroom learning.

Please talk to our knowledgeable training experts and we will work with you to develop a training solution that meets your
specific needs.

As an extension of our customised training, Aeropath can further support your Designers by working with you to develop a tailored mentorship programme.

Our Procedure Design instructors and technical leads can follow up with your recently trained Designers in a variety of ways,
including online support, peer review and feedback, and even visit your site to work with them in their own environment as
they work on real-life tasks. Any of these mentoring activities will help consolidate learning with the experience of working
on projects that matter to your organisation, all while under the guidance of our experienced Designers.

Module Y | Procedure Design On-the-job Training (PD-OJT)

The final goal of training is to ensure flight procedure designers perform to the requirements specified in the company framework. This cannot be achieved solely through initial training; on-the-job training (OJT) is critical.

While on-the-job training cannot be considered a specific training course in the formal sense, it is an essential phase in
a training programme. Its purpose is to reinforce formal training and support the achievement of competency standards.
Similar to initial training, the on-the-job training curriculum will be derived from the competency framework and driven
by training objectives. If appropriate, OJT phases can also follow advanced or refresher training.


Wellington, New Zealand or On-site.


Consolidate the knowledge and skills acquired during previous training. Training objectives are established from the competency framework and can be demonstrated through developing instrument flight procedures of all types. The OJT objectives are close or equivalent to the expected job performance and help to reduce the number and type of error.


We have developed an OJT programme for each of the modules in this brochure, but we value the Customer’s input to tailor it to their requirements.


Use of the specific tools such as excel sheet, QA, AutoCad, PHX, Description of the specific tools such as excel sheet, QA, AutoCad, PHX, Description Use of the Regulation Documents, official websites dedicated to activities, Aeronautical study, noise abatement, Pilot point of view: Flight simulation in a flight simulator of the designed procedure.


One to Six Months.


Under the guidance of a qualified procedure designer, the trainee will go through the training objectives by designing the instrument flight procedures, considering constraints such as terrain, noise abatement, airspace management and user request. The Trainee should collect data, design the selected procedures with the tools available at their procedure design unit, and acquire the employing organisation’s method to integrate his/her work in the quality process, validation process and archiving process specific to the organisation.

Teaching Points

Please refer to the descriptions of our training modules.


Ongoing assessment against performance criteria for each competency element as work is stated in ICAO Doc 9906 vol 2.