The free route airspace is spreading in Central Europe, consuming routes and decomissioning VORs. There are no routes left in the high airspace, and some of the FIRs keep a few low (up to FL95) RNAV routes while others don't have any at all. Some ground-based navaids were decommissioned too. That means any and all IFR flight requires GNSS-based RNAV capability.
Is the training syllabus for instrument license changed accordingly to assume the licensee will always fly an RNAV-capable aircraft as that's required everywhere in their home country, or is there some way to train VOR, DME and NDB-based non-RNAV procedures provided?