Pavoni is part of a 19-strong team in Turkey, and the medley and fly specialist will be hoping to help Britain improve on their solitary silver medal claimed in Dubai two years ago.
The British team come into the event in the midst of a turbulent period after the departures of head coach Dennis Pursley and performance director Michael Scott following a disappointing Olympic showing where the squad claimed just three medals.
However Pavoni insists that it will not be an issue, with his own coach Kevin Renshaw from Loughborough having helped him in his preparation for Turkey.
He said: "It's been difficult not knowing what is going to happen in the future, especially with Michael Scott and Dennis Pursley leaving. But in reality it doesn't change too much while we still have Kev here with us.
"We can get on with our training. We have had tough times before, last year it was just myself and Daniel Fogg left in our squad and we managed to qualify for the World Championships. This year we swam at the Olympics so we just need to train hard and take it one day at a time.
"It's been a change for us with people going here and there, and coaches leaving, we've had a few new additions to our squad as well.
"I have set times for my three events, the 200 medley, 400m medley and 200 fly with my coach. So I would like to hit those at this stage of the season. We've had quite a big break after the Olympics and we've done a lot of fitness work so that we can be ready for this week."
With the sheer depth of talent in the medley and fly events Pavoni admits he will need to be at his best just to make the finals.
However he revealed the opportunity to compete in a 25m pool could have a positive effect on his turns heading into next season.
He added: "I don't know if my times will be good enough to make the finals but that is my aim to get to. But my personal goal is just to do some personal bests in my events.
"For me, someone who is a bit shorter, I find it hard to get as much off the wall compared as someone bigger which is generally why I am not as good at short course as I am at long course.
"But it's an opportunity to work on my turns because you have more of them you can practise distance off the walls."