Training Checklists

  1. Go through all information in the setting general tab
  2. Proper Arrival and Departure feilds in settings/general/airspace
  3. Proper selections under the view tab and diagrams tab
  4. Student understands how to use all the panels and how to access them. Weather, Arrivals/Departures, ETC
  5. Student understand how to text and use voice operations on VRC
  6. Student understands how to use the alias file for text communication
  7. Student understands the maximum radar distance for each posistion
  8. Student understands and has been instructed on the proper use of flight strips
  9. Student reads and understands information provided on GND data tags
Delivery
  1. National Airspace System Classes of Airspace
  2. National Airspace System Special Use Airspace
  3. Airways and Route Systems
  4. NAVAIDs and Fixes
  5. VFR/SVFR Weather Minimums
  6. Flight Rules (VFR, SVFR, DVFR, IFR)
  7. METAR Decoding
  8. TAF Decoding
  9. Phonetic Alphabet
  10. Aircraft Identification
  11. Altitude and Flight Levels
  12. VATSIM CoC Policies regarding Emergencies and Air Force One
  13. Emergency Squawk Codes
  14. Accessing and Amending Flight Plan Data
  15. Preferred Routing Paths
  16. Reading and understanding SIDs
  17. Squawk Code Assignments
  18. Cruise Altitude Selection
  19. Climb Via SID Understanding
  20. VFR Clearances outside Class Bravo
  21. VFR Clearances inside Class Bravo
  22. IFR Clearance Issuance (CRAFT)
  23. Full Route Clearances
  24. Climb Via SID Understanding
  25. Scratch Pad Entries if neccessary
  26. Listening to Readbacks and proceeding as neccessary
Ground
  1. Movement vs Non-Movement Areas
  2. Areas of Responsibility
  3. Finding an Aircraft utilizing "say position"
  4. Taxi Instructions without hold short instructions
  5. Taxi Instructions including Hold Short Instructions
  6. Taxi Instructions for Intersection Departures
  7. Altimeter Issuance When Appropriate
  8. Progressive Taxi Instructions
  9. Helicopter Taxi Operations - Surface Taxi
  10. Helicopter Taxi Operations - Hover Taxi
  11. Helicopter Taxi Operations - Air Taxi
  12. Coordination with Local Control
Prerequisites:
  1. Must have an S1 Rating or higher
  2. Must display all competencies of a Clearance Delivery and Ground controller defined in GRP
  3. Must be able to handle the increased traffic load
  4. Must pass the DEN Major Ground Exam on VATUSA
Requirements:
  1. Ensures accuracy of readback
  2. Understands the use of Climb via SID
  3. Able to amend flight plan to LOA routing
  4. Able to read and understand METAR
  5. Able to read and understand TAF
  6. Understands Class B VFR Clearance
  7. Able to issue 3 clearances per minute
  8. Understands movement areas
  9. Issues Taxi Instructions to appropriate runway
  10. Coordinates crossings with LC
  11. Maintains awareness of runway configuration
  12. Has adequate knowledge of DEN/D01 LOA
  13. Has adequate knowledge of ZDV interfacility LOAs that require specific routings from KDEN
  14. Able to Taxi aircraft at a rate of 3 aircraft per minute
  1. Local Airspace Area of Responsibility
  2. Selection of Runways
  3. Recording an ATIS
  4. Wake Turbulence Application
  5. L.U.A.W Procedures and Restrictions
  6. Call for departure releases
  7. Departure Procedures
  8. VFR Departure Procedures
  9. Arrival Procedures
  10. Communications Transfer
  11. VFR Traffic Patterns
  12. Missed Approach / Go Around Procedures
  13. Spacing and Sequencing of Aircraft
  14. Traffic/Safety Advisories
  15. Runway Visual Range
  16. Helicopter Operations (Arrival and Departure from Ramp)
Prerequisites:
  1. Must have an S2 Rating or higher
  2. Must display all competencies of a Tower controller defined in GRP
  3. Must be DEN Major Ground certified
  4. Must be able to handle the increased traffic load
  5. Must pass the DEN Major Tower Exam on VATUSA
Requirements:
  1. Must know all information associated with DEN Major Ground
  2. Must ensure separation
  3. Provide Wake Turbulence Separation
  4. Setup and maintain a complete and accurate ATIS
  5. Issue correct RNAV fix when required
  6. Assign appropriate headings
  7. Assign appropriate missed approach/go around instructions based on SOP
  8. Obtains release of VFR Aircraft
  9. Applies SRS rules and departs with minimum separation
  10. Uses radar separation when applicable
  11. Able to Radar Identify Targets
  1. Radar Modes and Radar Position Responsibilities
  2. Radar Separation Requirements
  3. Separation of Formation Flights (Standard and Non-Standard)
  4. Approach Separation Requirements
  5. Wake Turbulence Application
  6. Visual Separation
  7. Merging Target Procedure Understanding
  8. Traffic Calls and Safety Alerts
  9. Radar Identification Utilizing Primary Methods
  10. Radar Identification Utilizing Secondary Methods
  11. Cancellation of Radar Services
  12. SIDs (Radar Vectored, Hybrid and Pilot-Nav)
  13. STARs (Non-RNAV and RNAV)
  14. Reading Instrument Approach Plates
  15. Efficient Vectors
  16. RNAV vs Non-RNAV Vectoring
  17. PTACs (ILS, GPS/RNAV, VOR/TACAN, NBD, LOC, Visual)ILS Approach Clearance
  18. Circling Approach Procedures
  19. Climb out Instructions
  20. Uncontrolled Field Procedures
  21. VFR Flight Following
  22. Pop UP IFR
  23. VFR Arrivals at Class C/D Fields
  24. VFR Class Charlie Departure Procedures
  25. VFR Class C/B Transitions
  26. VFR-on-Top (v. VFR and IFR)
  27. Pop UP IFR
  28. Radar Handoff
  29. Holding Instructions
  30. Clearances from Holdings
  31. Speed Restrictions Utilizing Mach Number, Indicated Air Speed
  32. Procedures to Join Airways
Prerequisites:
  1. Must have an S3 Rating or higher
  2. Must display all competencies of a TMU controller defined in GRP
  3. Must be DEN Major Tower certified
  4. Must be able to handle the increased traffic load
  5. Must pass the D01 Major Approach Exam on VATUSA
Requirements:
  1. Must know all information associated with DEN Major Tower
  2. Ensures aircraft track on correct departure
  3. Provide a vector to join non-rnav departure routes
  4. Pointout departing aircraft to other controllers when appropriate
  5. IFR Clearance and void time of uncontrolled satellite fields
  6. Ensure separation with departures/arrivals of satellite aircraft
  7. Able to perform triple simultaneous ILS approaches
  8. Able to perform dual dependant and independant ILS approaches
  9. Uses SOP standard coordination when appropriate
  10. Able to maintain an arrival rate of at least 60 aircraft per hour
Prerequisites:
  1. Must be D01 Major Approach certified
  2. Must display all competencies of an Enroute controller defined in GRP
  3. Must be able to handle the increased traffic load
Requirements:
  1. Must know all information associated with DEN Major Approach
  2. Complete the SW Workout Sweatbox
  3. Able to sequence a line of arrivals within 15NM in trail
  4. Assigns Interfacility routings with accordance to LOAs
  5. Assigns Intrafacility routings with accordance to LOAs
  6. Uses Descend via when appropriate
  7. Issues Altimeter when appropriate