Introductory Courses

(Level 1) Framework to Success™

A five-day course focused on building a framework utilizing core principles of Aviation and the Survey Cycle, concentrating on the fundamentals of equipment preparation & usage, maintenance, logistics, tactics techniques & procedures (TTPs), while incorporating various software & hardware solutions designed specifically for pre-mission analysis and post-production of assault zone and airfield surveys.

(Level 2) Foundational Work™

A five-day foundational course focused on tactics, techniques & procedures (TTPs) for mission planning & execution, data collection & analysis, field-work, and production of highly accurate, professional assault zone & airfield surveys.

(Level 1 & 2) Framework to Success™

& Foundational Work™

A ten-day surveyors course focused on building a framework utilizing core principles of Aviation and the Survey Cycle, concentrating on the fundamentals of equipment preparation & usage, maintenance, logistics, tactics techniques & procedures (TTPs), while incorporating various software & hardware solutions designed specifically for pre-mission analysis and post-production techniques found in our Level 1 course, coupled with mission planning & execution, data collection & analysis, field-work, and production of highly accurate, professional assault zone & airfield surveys found in our Level 2 course.  A multifaceted cradle-to-grave Introductory Surveyor’s Course, thus creating a strong foundation of knowledge to build upon.

Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP)/Magnetic Ruler & PCASE Course

A five-day course focused on building a complete understanding of the Dynamic Cone Penetrometer (DCP), Magnetic Ruler, and advanced usage of the Pavement-Transportation Computer Assisted Structural Engineering (PCASE) software for analysis during Assault Zone Survey Operations.  The course includes Mission Planning Exercises, Feature Break-Out Identification, Prioritization of Test Locations, DCP Index to CBR equivalent calculations, Manual DCP Plotting, Layer Breaking, and complex aircraft Passes to Cycle correlation techniques.  This course is an absolute necessity for anyone requiring the education, knowledge, and background experience needed to make In-The-Field critical decisions for Go, and No-Go, criteria required to land Large and Heavy aircraft on Unprepared, Semi-Prepared, and Paved surfaces.