This one's for all the folks at regionals, 135s, and other places where people may be upgrading to captain in a relatively quick fashion... @LDJones, @jordane93, and anyone else! I'm curious if your carriers have some sort of a checklist of things that one must experience prior to being upgraded (or at least have some additional training on if they haven't experienced it)? For example, if you're based in a warm climate and only have one or two places you fly where there's a chance of ice and snow in the winter and/or you started flying as an FO in March and get upgraded to captain in November, and/or you happen to have good weather luck, and you get upgraded to captain without ever having been de-iced. Would they brief you on how that's done or what to expect? What is on the list of items one should experience as an FO prior to a captain upgrade? And if one happens to not experience them in a reasonable time, how would that be handled? Clarification: I'm not asking what gets you the upgrade, I'm asking what the airlines do to ensure that someone who is a captain has all of the knowledge they need to be a good captain.