Pilot Training Workshops
PilotEdge workshops are free online pilot training sessions, held live over the Internet, designed to delve deeply into the practical side of real world VFR and IFR flying.
The workshops are held every other Tuesday at 7pm PST. They are normally recorded and made available online a few days after the event, but pilots are encouraged to attend the live event if possible to take part in the question and answer sessions. Sessions generally last around 2-3 hours with ample time for questions.
All workshops are held live online on the DigitalThemePark TeamSpeak server. To attend, download the TeamSpeak 3 application and connect to the DigitalThemePark server (ts3.digitalthemepark.com) 10 minutes prior to the start of the workshop. Visual aids are presented using screen-sharing - a link will be posted on the TS3 channel a few minutes before the presentation begins. No RSVP or registration is necessary, and all workshops are open to the public, not just PilotEdge members.
Wanna be cleared as filed? TEC routes make it happen!
Circling, visual and contact approaches. Plus, your questions answered.
Rapid fire analysis of a series of user-submitted precision and non-precision approaches within the Los Angeles ARTCC
Recap on flying ILS 19R at SNA then onto non-precision approaches
Overview of instrument approaches and decoding approach plates
Become a master of Standard Terminal Arrivals (STARs)
Reroutes, short cuts, holds, diversions, VFR on top, cruise clearances, block altitudes and symbols on charts that wouldn't be out of place in King Tut's tomb. What does it all mean?
Introduction to IFR concepts, and then a deeper review of the world of IFR departures, including SIDs, ODPs, and VFR departures.
The last in the VFR flight planning series, we tackle Class B and C airspace head on.
Continuing from the previous workshop, this time we go deep on two VFR flights between 4 Class D airports.
A look at the route selection, navigation techniques, airspace analysis and sample ATC communications for 2 non-towered to non-towered scenarios.
VFR airspace, rules and regulations