Scott IPC – an International Business Aviation Training & Resource Company

About Our Training

When you look around for International Procedures training, do you often see the acronym "IPC" and wonder where that came from? It is actually part of the Scott International Procedures name, ScottIPC and has been for years, since our inception. ScottIPC has been so well-received, that even our competitors now use "IPC" to refer to their International Procedures Courses! Blazing a trail in this industry certainly comes with responsibilities and we meet them proudly.

Our clients are comprised of Part 91 operators, Part 135 operators, some Part 125 and Part 121, as well as our Armed Services.

What sets us apart from others though is that our International Procedures training is more focused, in-depth and explorative than any International Procedures course in the industry. Our training is presented and explained in a way that challenges you, yet assures a full understanding for each student. We want to completely prepare an operator for what he or she will encounter real-world. No shortcuts, no catching a flight out early, long breaks or war stories. The content is always relevant with accurate information that keeps you engaged the entire training event.

Our instructors are recognized by all of our customers and industry associates as possessing extraordinary talent when it comes to conveying complex operational information in a manner that maintains full understanding of every subject. The ScottIPC Training Advisory Board ensures all aspects of a related subject or area are covered. The experiences gained by regional experts will be passed to you, our client.

The FAA has strict standards of training that are met and exceeded with all of our International Procedures Courses. Our emphasis is on creating an engaging, resource driven classroom while providing the absolute pinnacle of training, follow-on support and operational solutions available in the industry. We are confident that this combination will convey our continued commitment to you and your flight department as your International Procedures training partner.

Every attendee receives the ScottIPC International Cockpit Reference Handbook (ICRH) iPad app. The ScottIPC ICRH iPad app is kept updated with the most current information available from airspace service providers and that means that your crews will have constant and immediate access to the most up to date information at their fingertips. The ScottIPC International Cockpit Reference Handbook has been designed to provide in-depth operational international procedures and information to compliment your ScottIPC International Procedures training. For those pilots that prefer paper, the ICRH is also available as a paper version (additional fee applies).

Whether you are attending one of the ScottIPC Recurrent International Procedures Courses or the ScottIPC Initial International Procedures Courses, they begin with an in-depth discussion of the international resources available to our clients through our extensive system of resources. We have a dedicated ScottIPC Resource Vault for our clients to ensure you have continued support with international resources. You will be able to glean a thorough understanding of ICAO procedures and every issue that warrants study in today's ICAO international flight arena. All of our subject matter covered will include recent and upcoming changes that will effect equipment, airspace or procedures throughout the area of concern.

Please select the training below that you are interested in learning more about. You will see the various options of attending our courses within each of the categories, from e-Learning International Procedures Courses to our live International Procedures Courses.


Our Courses

Worldwide Operations

  • Audience - Worldwide operators wanting to establish a solid base of knowledge which can be used in any international flying arena.
  • Length - 3 days worth of curriculum.
  • Over 150 individual subjects comprise our Initial International Procedures Course. Everything from hands on Basic & Advanced Navigation to the use of the latest Datalink applications, CPDLC, ADS-B/C. To ensure compliance with worldwide operations, International ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices are always a part of our curriculum.
  • The Initial International Procedures Course culminates with an in-depth flight walkthrough integrating our unique ScottIPC Class Two Navigation Guide Envelope and ScottIPC North Atlantic HLA Plotting Chart, combined with the ScottIPC ICRH. We walk the client through every step and action required for the successful execution of an oceanic crossing. This ensures Best Practice is ingrained into the company's operation by training like you operate and operating like you train.
  • Special Areas of Authorization that are covered in this course include:
    • NAT HLA (North Atlantic High Level Airspace) formally termed MNPS
    • RVSM to include DRVSM & worldwide applications
    • PBN (RNP4, RNP10, BRNAV RNP5, PRNAV RNP1, RNAV1 AND 2)
    • CRNPC
    • WATRS
    • AORRA
    • RLatSM
  • Theatres covered: North Atlantic HLA, Pacific, Europe, Asia, Russia, Africa, North America, Central America and South America.

How can I attend this course?

Option 1 - Join a Live "open" class hosted in various locations in North America

Option 2 - Attend an Online Class (e-Learning International Procedures Course)

Option 3 - Host a Live Class at your location (you may open it to other operators or have a private class) – varying minimums apply

Option 4 - Come directly to our training facility in Fort Collins, Colorado

I'm ready to train, how do I schedule a course?

Contact our office and we will be glad to enroll you.

  • Audience - Worldwide operators wanting to refresh a solid base of knowledge for International Procedures worldwide.
  • Length - 8 hours of curriculum.
  • Over 50 individual subjects comprise our Recurrent International Procedures Course. Everything from RLatSM and Datalink Mandate to ICAO PANS Ops Instrument Procedures to Oceanic Airspace Design and Separations. To ensure compliance with worldwide operations, International ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices are always a part of our curriculum.
  • The Recurrent International Procedures Course includes a flight walkthrough integrating our unique ScottIPC Class Two Navigation Guide Envelope and ScottIPC North Atlantic HLA Plotting Chart, combined with the ScottIPC ICRH. We walk the client through every step and action required for the successful execution of an oceanic crossing. This ensures Best Practice is ingrained into the company's operation by training like you operate and operating like you train.
  • Special Areas of Authorization that are covered in this course include:
    • NAT HLA (North Atlantic High Level Airspace) formally termed MNPS
    • RVSM to include DRVSM & worldwide applications
    • PBN (RNP4, RNP10, BRNAV RNP5, PRNAV RNP1, RNAV1 AND 2)
    • CRNPC
    • WATRS Plus
    • RLatSM
  • Theatres covered: North Atlantic HLA, Pacific, Europe, Asia, Russia, Africa, North America, Central America and South America.

How can I attend this course?

Option 1 - Join a Live "open" class hosted in various locations in North America

Option 2 - Attend an Online Class (e-Learning International Procedures Course)

Option 3 - Host a Live Class at your location (you may open it to other operators or have a private class) – varying minimums apply

Option 4 - Come directly to our training facility in Fort Collins, Colorado

I'm ready to train, how do I schedule a course?

Contact our office and we will be glad to enroll you.

  • Audience - International operators wanting to customize their training to give them specific training for an upcoming trip or to give them alternating training modules for the clients that train annually.
  • Length - Typically 8 hours of curriculum, but this is customizable.
  • We work closely with our operators to ensure that we train the Special Areas of Authorization that are required for their department (ie: for LOA's, for SMS Program requirements, for Part 135 operations)

How can I attend this course?

Option 1 - Attend an Online Class (e-Learning International Procedures Course)

Option 2 - Host a Live Class at your location (you may open it to other operators or have a private class) – varying minimums apply

Option 3 - Come directly to our training facility in Fort Collins, Colorado

I'm ready to train, how do I schedule a course?

Contact our office and we will be glad to enroll you.

International Considerations for Domestic Operators

  • Audience - Operators intending to operate outside of the U.S. in North, Central and South America regions only. It does not reflect any European, Pacific or North Atlantic Operations specific to those regions. However, because operators leaving the U.S. must have a well-grounded understanding of ICAO Rules & Procedures, and at times, specific country procedures that are different from ICAO, there will be some overlap for regions other than the Americas.
  • Initial Length - 11 hours of curriculum.
  • Some modules covered will be: Oceanic Nav System usage and requirements (due to RNP10 in the WATRS Plus regions); ICAO Structure vs FAA Rules; ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs), understanding of where to find country differences from ICAO procedures; ICAO Contingencies (to include Oceanic Contingencies due to the WATRS Plus region).
  • Numerous other subjects designed to expose and prepare an operator for operations outside the U.S based rule sets.
  • Special Areas of Authorization covered in this course includes: RVSM; RNP10; WATRS PLUS.

How can I attend this course?

Option 1 - Attend an Online Class (e-Learning International Procedures Course)

Option 2 - Host a Live Class at your location (you may open it to other operators or have a private class) – varying minimums apply

Option 3 - Come directly to our training facility in Fort Collins, Colorado

I'm ready to train, how do I schedule a course?

Contact our office and we will be glad to enroll you.

  • Audience - Operators intending to operate outside of the U.S. in North, Central and South America regions only. It does not reflect any European, Pacific or North Atlantic Operations specific to those regions. However, because operators leaving the U.S. must have a well-grounded understanding of ICAO Rules & Procedures, and at times, specific country procedures that are different from ICAO, there will be some overlap for regions other than the Americas.
  • Recurrent Length - 6.5 hours of curriculum.
  • Some modules covered will be: Oceanic Nav System usage and requirements (due to RNP10 in the WATRS Plus regions); ICAO Structure vs FAA Rules; ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs), understanding of where to find country differences from ICAO procedures; ICAO Contingencies (to include Oceanic Contingencies due to the WATRS Plus region).
  • Numerous other subjects designed to expose and prepare an operator for operations outside the U.S based rule sets.
  • Special Areas of Authorization covered in this course includes: RVSM; RNP10; WATRS PLUS.
How can I attend this course?

Option 1 - Attend an Online Class (e-Learning International Procedures Course)

Option 2 - Host a Live Class at your location (you may open it to other operators or have a private class) – varying minimums apply

Option 3 - Come directly to our training facility in Fort Collins, Colorado

I'm ready to train, how do I schedule a course?

Contact our office and we will be glad to enroll you.

  • Audience - International operators wanting to customize their training to give them specific training for an upcoming trip or to give them alternating training modules for the clients that train annually.
  • Length - Typically 8 hours of curriculum, but this is customizable.
  • We work closely with our operators to ensure that we train the Special Areas of Authorization that are required for their department (ie: for LOA's, for SMS Program requirements, for Part 135 operations)

How can I attend this course?

Option 1 - Attend an Online Class (e-Learning International Procedures Course)

Option 2 - Host a Live Class at your location (you may open it to other operators or have a private class) – varying minimums apply

Option 3 - Come directly to our training facility in Fort Collins, Colorado

I'm ready to train, how do I schedule a course?

Contact our office and we will be glad to enroll you.

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