SL1. Capacity Building

SL1. Capacity Building

SL1. Capacity Building

ESSP facilitates the acquisition of customer’s capabilities to enable their response to the highly demanding operational and regulatory challenges in Aviation.

After ESSP’s capacity building process - divided into three sub-services - the coached organisation will be able to successfully take over the PBN implementation by its own means.


GNSSTraining course BasicTraining course Advanced
GNSS concepts1 day2 days
GNSS receivers 2 days
GNSS & SBAS 2 days
Multimodal Applications 4 days
CNS (Comm, Nav, Sur)Training course BasicTraining course Advanced
PBN concepts1 day 2 days
PBN for ATCOs 2 days
PBN for flight ops personnel 2 days
Datalink Communications2 days4 days
ADS-B: Automatic Dependant Surveillance- Broadcast2 days 
Airspace and flight procedures designTraining course BasicTraining course Advanced
PANS-OPS5 days10 days
Flight Procedure Design Oversight 5 days
eTOD (electronic Terrain and Obstacle Database)1 day 
ADQ (Aeronautical Data Quality)1 day 

Download the Training Catalogue and associated Schedule to find out what we can offer

ESSP also offers tailored trainings to its customers; combine the contents of various courses listed in our catalogue and obtain the course you are looking for. Do not hesitate to contact our team if you would like to know more.

SL1. Capacity Building



ESSP trains the customer to answer all questions related to PBN, identifying the stakeholders involved and which are the operational, economic, safety, capacity and accessibility needs to be covered. ESSP also teaches the customer through the assessment of what is the most suitable PBN solution, the most beneficial scenarios and how this solution can be articulated.


The customer is trained and coached in any of the steps required to effectively implement a PBN specification.

  • Environmental assessment
  • GNSS ground monitoring and validation
  • Flight validation
  • Airspace and flight procedure design
  • Safety assessment
  • Airspace / operational concept validation