ATSEP QUALIFICATION, NAV-DME
Air Traffic Safety Electronics Personnel
Course aim The course is designed to impart domain-related knowledge and skills appropriate to the NAV-DME qualification stream.
Course objectives After completion of the course, participants have:
- Knowledge and understanding of the subjects described on the following page in accordance with the EASA ANNEX XIII - Part-PERS requirements for service providers concerning personnel training and competence assessment Subpart A - Air Traffic Safety Electronic Personnel.
- Knowledge and understanding of the importance of teamwork.
Course overview The duration of the course is 4.5 days. The competency-based training consists of theoretical lessons and is delivered by professional international instructors. The theory comprises individual topics covering various aspects of operating and maintaining DME equipment.
Prerequisites ATSEP Basic.
Compliance with regulations The course is compliant with Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/373 Annex XIII, subpart A.
Content in brief
Performance Based Navigation (NAV-PBN) Explain, describe, define and analyse operational requirements, performance-based navigation, area navigation concept (RNAV) and NOTAM.
Ground Based Systems – DME (NAV-DME) DME
Explain, describe, define and analyse use of system, fundamentals of DME, ground station architecture, receiver sub-system, signal processing, transmitter sub-system, antenna sub-system, monitoring and control sub-system, on-board equipment, system check and maintenance.
Global Navigation Satellite System (NAV-GNS) GNSS
Explain, describe, define and analyse general view.
On Board Equipment (NAV-OBE) ON-BOARD SYSTEMS
Explain the on-board systems.
Describe inertial navigation.
Describe vertical navigation.
Functional Safety (NAV-FST) SAFETY ATTITUDE
State the ATSEP role in safety management routines.
Describe the impact of functional failures in NAV Systems.
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