ARE YOU FAMILIAR WITH THE CHANGES LYING AHEAD OF US IN THE ATM WORLD?
Entry Point North now offers two new courses focused on the upcoming changes in the ATM world. Are you a part of the management in the ATM community? These courses are especially developed for the ones interested in future strategic development within the ATM management – providers (ATS, ASM, ATFM and also AIS), regulators, airport communities, airspace users and others in the ATM industry.
The courses are designed to provide knowledge of major changes in the global/European ATM, new concepts arising to deal with the increasing traffic flow and new solutions to address the need for an improved performance.
FUTURE GLOBAL ATM – 4 day course
The aim of the course is to provide the course participants with a good knowledge in ICAO Doc 9854 Global ATM Operational Concept and a detailed knowledge of ICAO Doc 9965 FF-ICE – Flight and Flow Information for a Collaborative Environment.
The course consists of theoretical lessons on the above mentioned concepts as well as practical examples, case studies, operational scenarios and discussions. The course explains the generic changes in the ATM, but also focuses on how each member of the ATM community will be affected.
FUTURE EUROPEAN ATM – 4 day course
In 1999 the European countries agreed on an initiative of organising airspace into functional blocks, according to traffic flows rather than to national borders. The Single European Sky (SES) was created to set common rules and procedures at the European level, ensuring a safe and efficient utilisation of airspace and hence benefits for all airspace users.
The aim of the course is to introduce the participants into the Single European Sky (SES) concept and how it impacts ATM in Europe, into the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) project, the Air Traffic Flow Management in Europe, the European Airspace Organisation and Management (AOM) and other concepts influencing the future of ATM in Europe. The course is delivered by expert instructors as theoretical lessons and in-class discussions using various operational scenarios and case studies.
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