Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM) Training

Bostonair’s online Reduced Vertical Separation Minima course (RVSM) is designed to equip aviation personnel with the knowledge and skills needed to maintain safety and efficiency in high-density and reduced vertical separation airspace.

Upon completion of the course, participants will be fully qualified to work in organisations regulated by EASA / FAA / CAA where a valid RVSM certification is a requirement.

Students will be able to access training materials online as is convenient, and the course can be completed 24/7, 365 days a year.  24/7, 365 days, a year. Comprising engaging multimedia content, real-world case studies, and interactive quizzes, ensuring that participants feel fully confident in applying the skills learned practically within the workplace.

Find out more about RVSM training with Bostonair below, and enrol on our course today

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What’s included in our Reduced Vertical Separation Minima course?

Via easily digestible materials, the online course will cover the definition and purpose of Reduced Vertical Separation Minima, and its applications  and certification methods in EASA, CAA and FAA regulated environments.

Via real world case studies, participants will gain an understanding of the airline equipment required for RVSM operations to take place, operating procedures for flights in high density airspace. Following certification,  personnel will be qualified to work in airspace where vertical separation between aircraft is reduced from the standard  2000 ft to 1000 ft, at altitudes between 29,000 ft and 41,000 ft.

Covering a wide range of concepts, the RVSM course is applicable for a range of personnel working within the aviation industry, with particular relevance to pilots, air traffic controllers, cabin crew, and aviation maintenance professionals.

In brief, the course includes a full outline of the following subjects:

  •  Understand the definition of RVSM Airspace
  • Learn in-flight RVSM contingency procedures
  • RVSM Procedures before, during and after flight
  •  EASA and FAA regulatory requirements for RVSM

Meet Our Training Team

Paul Gash

Head of Training

Alasdair Patrick

Head of Commercial (BTTL)

Aidan Gardner

Online Training Manager