Content in brief
The course is primarily designed for fighter pilots and pilots with many years of operational experience within commercial aviation. However, we can customise the course for pilots attending training for a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) and Private Pilot License (PPL). Therefore the course can cover topics such as, but not limited to:
Introduction. Basic aspects of the ATC environment and ATCO role. Regulations and definitions. Air Navigation Service Providers’ overall mission.
Simulator exercise preparation. Introduction to local procedures, airspace layout, and working methods.
Demonstration. Simulator demonstration of normal and unusual events by instructors in the approach surveillance environment.
Simulator training. Hands-on training with experienced instructors, including controlling traffic in arrival and departure sector; controlling commercial, private and military traffic; and controlling VFR and IFR traffic.
Questions & answers session. Summary of the course, with emphasis on the key learning aspects.
Participants need to be undertaking pilot training or be in possession of a pilot license.