OJTI

Controller

Who should attend this course?

Suitable for ATCOs looking to add the OJT endorsement to their license.

For more information about this or any other course please contact Andy Cameron (College & Course Manager).

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UK CAA Approved Courses

COURSE PROSPECTUS

OJTI

Designed for qualified controllers, the course aims to cover all aspects of On the Job Training and includes a pre- course ‘Distance Learning Package’ which entrants are required to complete prior to attending the course.

The training prepares prospective OJTIs to conduct training in accordance with the Unit Training Plan. It also equips future OJTIs to prepare, train, monitor, evaluate and debrief trainees.

The course further trains for STDI duties which form an additional privilege of the endorsement.

The course incorporates theoretical and practical instructions, demonstrations and a verbal examination.

  • Recommendation from ANSP
  • European class 3 medical certificate
  • Minimum Language Level 4 (ICAO Language Proficiency rating
  • Refer to (EU) 2015/340 for prerequisites.
  • OJTI in ATC (Theory)
  • Elements and organizations (Theory)
  • Teaching techniques (Theory)
  • Assessment techniques (Theory)
  • Report writing (Theory)
  • Monitoring OJTI performance (Theory)
  • Human factors (Theory)
  • How people learn (Theory)
  • Behaviour patterns (Theory)
  • Airspace to be used during the course (Theory)
  • CAP 168
  • CAP 393
  • CAP 493
  • CAP 624 PART 12
  • CAP 637
  • CAP 744
  • EATM COMMON CORE CONTENT
  • ICAO DOC 4444
Course Duration

1 Week

The UK OJTI Course includes both theoretical and practical training.

Group Size

2-8 Students per course

Courses are run with groups ranging from 2 to 8 students per course. Courses remain 1 week regardless of group size

Course Dates

3 Courses Per Year

Our OJTI Courses run in January, March and October. Additional courses are run if demand necessitates