Micro Nav offers a range of training courses, run by our experienced training team.

Training is a fundamental service we offer, to ensure that you can maximise the benefits of your BEST ATC simulator.

Whether it is product training upon delivery, or one of the wide range of courses designed to support ongoing learning of the many features of BEST, we will have a training course to suit you – at our offices or at your facilities.  Courses are designed for beginners and experts alike.

Please contact us if you would like to discuss bespoke training solutions and dates – fully customisable, scalable and flexible.

Scheduled Training Courses

BEST Pseudo Pilot

Designed to take the user from the initial building blocks of piloting, to running complex scenarios for single or multi-pilot simulations. The course also enters into the world of scenario scripting to enhance pilot capability and ensure effective, efficient simulation.

Next Course: 22 – 24 January 2024


Refresh your knowledge, and explore further some of the deeper areas of Data Preparation. Create airspace, exercises and weather efficiently, with different ideas to suit your training outcome. Use scripting to enhance your simulation. Update your System Manager configuration knowledge, and run the simulator.

Next course: 5 – 9 February 2024


The amount of FDP functionality, including ACAS, HAM, HAI and AMAN, has recently increased. This training focuses on creating and running FDP airspaces, how to turn on and off different safety-nets, and FDP functionality.

Flight Data Processing is ideally suited to those with an FDP licence who wish to enhance their simulation with the latest FDP features, whilst refreshing FDP data knowledge.

Further date: 4 – 8 March 2024

BEST 3D Create

Learn how to build and modify your own airport and integrate it into the BEST simulator. Create your groundspace and enhance your airport’s layout to get the maximum training value from your simulator using Fast Airport Builder. Learn how to use Scene Editor to build the environment around the airport, placing buildings and structures in 3D within the what-you-see-is-what-you-get editor. Create and practice with your airport’s future layout.

Next Course: 13 – 17 May 2024

BEST Technical

A three-day delve into the technical setup and maintenance of a BEST simulation system. This training includes routine maintenance, data safeguarding, software upgrades, node configuration, Standby System Manager, and BEST Talk settings.

Next Course: 1 – 5 July 2024

Micro Nav 3D Modelling

Learn how to create and integrate 3D models for the simulator using open-source 3D computer graphics software tools, with one of our highly-qualified 3D artists. Choose to model either buildings & static models, or aircraft & vehicles.

Further date: 19 – 23 August 2024



  • Fluent in English.
  • Experienced user of computers and software applications.
  • Experienced user of Windows operating systems.
  • For the 3D Airfield Modelling and the 3D Aircraft Modelling courses, the following are desirable:
    • Familiarity with a 3D modelling tool such as 3DS Max, Maya, Blender, Sketchup, Modo, etc.
    • Familiarity with a graphics package such as Photoshop, PaintShop, GIMP, etc.


Who is the training for?

The training courses are designed to run with delegates from one or more customer sites. This allows Micro Nav to keep the price economical, whilst benefitting from idea sharing.

Is there a course syllabus?

Yes, please contact to obtain a copy.

Can my course cover a different range of content, is this possible?

Of course, a wide range of bespoke training solutions are available at Micro Nav, or at your site. Please contact to discuss details.

Where will the training course take place?

The training will take place in Micro Nav’s dedicated demonstration and training facilities in Southbourne, Bournemouth, UK.

How do I get there?

Micro Nav can supply and recommend a list of transport options. Booking and payment will be the attendee’s responsibility.

Where can I stay?

Generally accommodation is included in the cost. If you wish to arrange your own, Bournemouth has a large choice of hotels to suit any budget.

How do I get from my hotel to Micro Nav’s office?

Transportation is the attendee’s responsibility, but every effort will be made to assist you with local transfers.

Are meals included?

Micro Nav will provide lunch to delegates for all training courses, as well as beverages during the day.

I have a special dietary requirement

Please let Micro Nav know of any dietary requirements or allergies before attending.

On completion, do I receive anything?

All course material and user manuals will be provided in an electronic format. A certificate of completion will also be provided.