ATSEP Basic System Monitoring & Control

This ATSEP basic training is provided as an online-video course.
This training is ICAO Doc 10057 and EASA 2017/373 compliant and designed to achieve the minimum requirements for the technical domain System Monitoring & Control the ATSEP is working.
This course is designed for technical specialists working to provide and support the electronics and software systems which enable ATS systems to function. Students will have access to the online Training Zone for 10 consecutive calendar days in which the training can be completed in their own pace.
Upon completion of the course and the final exam achieving 75% and above, the successful student will receive a course ‘Certificate ATSEP Basic Training’ outlining the subjects completed.
Students achieving 60%-74% will be offered to resit the exam within the assigned 10 training days.
Students achieving less than 60% will receive a ‘Confirmation of Attendance’ outlining the subjects completed.

ATSEP Basic Meteorology

This ATSEP basic training is provided as an online-video course.
This training is ICAO Doc 10057 and EASA 2017/373 compliant and designed to achieve the minimum requirements for the technical domain Meteorology the ATSEP is working.
This course is designed for technical specialists working to provide and support the electronics and software systems which enable ATS systems to function. Students will have access to the online Training Zone for 10 consecutive calendar days in which the training can be completed in their own pace.
Upon completion of the course and the final exam achieving 75% and above, the successful student will receive a course ‘Certificate ATSEP Basic Training’ outlining the subjects completed.
Students achieving 60%-74% will be offered to resit the exam within the assigned 10 training days.
Students achieving less than 60% will receive a ‘Confirmation of Attendance’ outlining the subjects completed.

ATSEP Basic Surveillance & DPR

This ATSEP basic training is provided as an online-video course.
This training is ICAO Doc 10057 and EASA 2017/373 compliant and designed to achieve the minimum requirements for the technical domains Surveillance & Data Processing the ATSEP is working.
This course is designed for technical specialists working to provide and support the electronics and software systems which enable ATS systems to function. Students will have access to the online Training Zone for 10 consecutive calendar days in which the training can be completed in their own pace.
Upon completion of the course and the final exam achieving 75% and above, the successful student will receive a course ‘Certificate ATSEP Basic Training’ outlining the subjects completed.
Students achieving 60%-74% will be offered to resit the exam within the assigned 10 training days.
Students achieving less than 60% will receive a ‘Confirmation of Attendance’ outlining the subjects completed.

ATSEP Basic Navigation

This ATSEP basic training is provided as an online-video course.
This training is ICAO Doc 10057 and EASA 2017/373 compliant and designed to achieve the minimum requirements for the technical domain Navigation the ATSEP is working.
This course is designed for technical specialists working to provide and support the electronics and software systems which enable ATS systems to function. Students will have access to the online Training Zone for 10 consecutive calendar days in which the training can be completed in their own pace.
Upon completion of the course and the final exam achieving 75% and above, the successful student will receive a course ‘Certificate ATSEP Basic Training’ outlining the subjects completed.
Students achieving 60%-74% will be offered to resit the exam within the assigned 10 training days.
Students achieving less than 60% will receive a ‘Confirmation of Attendance’ outlining the subjects completed.

ATSEP Basic Communications

This ATSEP basic training is provided as an online-video course.
This training is ICAO Doc 10057 and EASA 2017/373 compliant and designed to achieve the minimum requirements for the technical domain Communication the ATSEP is working.
This course is designed for technical specialists working to provide and support the electronics and software systems which enable ATS systems to function. Students will have access to the online Training Zone for 10 consecutive calendar days in which the training can be completed in their own pace.
Upon completion of the course and the final exam achieving 75% and above, the successful student will receive a course ‘Certificate ATSEP Basic Training’ outlining the subjects completed.
Students achieving 60%-74% will be offered to resit the exam within the assigned 10 training days.
Students achieving less than 60% will receive a ‘Confirmation of Attendance’ outlining the subjects completed.

ATSEP Basic Training

This ATSEP basic training is provided as an online-video course.
This training is ICAO Doc 10057 and EASA 2017/373 compliant and designed to gain fundamental knowledge of the COM-NAV-SUR and ATM technical environment in which an ATSEP is working.
This course is designed for technical specialists working to provide and support the electronics and software systems which enable ATS systems to function. Students will have access to the online Training Zone for 14 consecutive calendar days in which the training can be completed in their own pace.
Upon completion of the course and the final exam achieving 75% and above, the successful student will receive a course ‘Certificate ATSEP Basic Training’ outlining the subjects completed.
Students achieving 60%-74% will be offered to resit the exam within the assigned 14 training days.
Students achieving less than 60% will receive a ‘Confirmation of Attendance’ outlining the subjects completed.

Incident Investigation & SMS

A Safety Management System attempts to prevent harm from arising in the conduct of normal
operations. Sometimes, however, in spite of the best intentions, occurrences do happen. While
their consequences may vary, they afford an opportunity to learn and put in place the needed
process repairs and/or system reforms to make things better.

Wildlife Hazard Management

Good wildlife hazard management is not all about equipment. It is also about understanding why the wildlife is presenting risks to aircraft and how best to effectively and efficiently reduce the likelihood of wildlife strikes.

The key is good practice in wildlife hazard management processes with appropriate use of equipment, resources, and personnel.

Aerodrome Flight Information Service Officer

Aircraft on apron

The course has been specifically designed to meet the CAA FISO and AGCS syllabi as defined in CAP1032 and CAP452 respectively. In addition to the objectives captured within the CAP1032 and CAP452 practical training on a simulator is provided to bridge the gap between AGCS and AFSIO phraseology & procedures.

Topics covered are:

  • Air Law & Airspace
  • Meteorology
  • Navigation & Flight Planning
  • Equipment & AFTN
  • FIS Procedures & Phraseology
  • Emergencies
  • Simulator Sessions

Classroom Instructional Techniques

Books

Approved by the UK CAA, our Classroom Instructional Techniques course aims to enable experienced ATCOs to validate as classroom instructors.

Training methodology includes:

  • Classroom lessons
  • Classroom observations
  • Visual aids, Lesson and Test Preparation Workshops
  • Practical Lessons
  • Final Written Test