1. Basic PANS OPS Instrument Procedure Design

DURATION

4 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

THEORY

2. Approach Control Surveillance Training

DURATION

3 Months

DESCRIPTION

To provide participants with the theory, principles and practice of surveillance approach control in accordance with ICAO’s standards and recommended practices and to prepare them for on-the-job training at an approach control surveillance unit.

THEORY

1. Radar Techniques
2. Radar Operating Procedures
3. Radar Simulator
4. During practical training on the Digital Radar Simulator

3. Area Control Surveillance Training

DURATION

2 Months

DESCRIPTION

To provide participants with the theory, principles and practice of area control surveillance in accordance with ICAO’s standards and recommended practices and to prepare them for validation training in an area control surveillance unit.

THEORY

1. Radar Techniques
2. Radar Operating Procedures and Techniques
3. Radar Simulator
4. During practical training on the Digital Radar Simulator

4. Area Control Procedural Training

DURATION

4 Months

DESCRIPTION

To provide participants with the theory, principles and practice of procedural area control in accordance with ICAO’s standards and recommended practices and to prepare them for validation training in an area control centre.

THEORY

1. Air Traffic Services
2. Telecommunication Procedures
3. Emergency Procedures
4. Search and Rescue
5. Aviation Meteorology
6. During practical training on the Area Procedural Simulator

5. Aerodrome Control Tower Training

DURATION

9 Months

DESCRIPTION

To provide participants with the theory, principles and practice of aerodrome control in accordance with ICAO standards and recommended practices and to prepare them for validation training at an aerodrome control tower.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Aerodrome Control Procedures
3. Aerodromes and Aerodrome Ground Aids
4. Air Law
5. Aeronautical Telecommunication Procedures
6. Aviation Meteorology
7. Aviation English
8. Aeronautical Information Services
9. Search and Rescue
10. Air Traffic Services
11. Rules of the Air
12. Aerodynamic
13. Navigation
14. Radio Aids Navigation
15. Aviation Medicine
16. Facilitation
17. Security and Fire Fighting
18. Flight Operation

6. Approach Control Procedural Training

DURATION

9 Months

DESCRIPTION

To provide participants with the theory, principles and practice of procedural approach control in accordance with ICAO’s standards and recommended practices and to prepare them for validation training at an approach control procedural unit.

THEORY

1. Approach Control Procedures
2. Telecommunication Procedures
3. Emergency Procedures Search and Rescue
4. Aviation Meteorology
5. During practical training on the Approach Procedural SimulatOR

7. Aerodrome Control Tower Refreshing Training

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

This Course will ensure that all controllers have full and current knowledge of essential topics in relation to daily operations and improve the air traffic services provision. It is designed around a variety of relevant topics such as aerodrome control procedure, ICAO reference documents, ICAO Language Proficiency, ATC Incident Investigation and associated issues, amongst others.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Current ATC Regulation Issue
3. Phraseology
4. Aerodrome Control Procedure
5. Unusual Condition Handling (Theory)
6. Aircraft Performance and Airnav Facilities
7. Study Visit

8. Approach Control Procedural Refreshing Training

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

This Course will ensure that all controllers have full and current knowledge of essential topics in relation to daily operations and improve the air traffic services provision. It is designed around a variety of relevant topics such as approach control procedural procedure, ICAO reference documents, ICAO Language Proficiency, ATC Incident Investigation and associated issues, amongst others.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Current ATC Regulation Issue
3. Phraseology
4. Approach Control Procedural Procedure
5. Unusual Condition Handling (Theory)
6. Aircraft Performance and Airnav Facilities
7. Study Visit

9. Area Control Procedural Refreshing Training

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

This Course will ensure that all controllers have full and current knowledge of essential topics in relation to daily operations and improve the air traffic services provision. It is designed around a variety of relevant topics such as area control procedural procedure, ICAO reference documents, ICAO Language Proficiency, ATC Incident Investigation and associated issues, amongst others.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Current ATC Regulation Issue
3. Phraseology
4. Area Control Procedural Procedure
5. Unusual Condition Handling (Theory)
6. Aircraft Performance and Airnav Facilities
7. Study Visit

10. Approach Control Surveillance Refreshing Training

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

This Course will ensure that all controllers have full and current knowledge of essential topics in relation to daily operations and improve the air traffic services provision. It is designed around a variety of relevant topics such as approach control surveillance procedure, ICAO reference documents, ICAO Language Proficiency, ATC Incident Investigation and associated issues, amongst others.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Current ATC Regulation Issue
3. Phraseology
4. Approach Control Surveillance
5. Unusual Condition Handling (Theory)
6. Aircraft Performance and Airnav Facilities
7. Study Visit

11. Area Control Surveillance Refreshing Training

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

This Course will ensure that all controllers have full and current knowledge of essential topics in relation to daily operations and improve the air traffic services provision. It is designed around a variety of relevant topics such as area control surveillance procedure, ICAO reference documents, ICAO Language Proficiency, ATC Incident Investigation and associated issues, amongst others.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Current ATC Regulation Issue
3. Phraseology
4. Area Control Surveillance
5. Unusual Condition Handling (Theory)
6. Aircraft Performance and Airnav Facilities
7. Study Visit

12. ATS Resources Management Training

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

The workshop will provide an in-depth understanding of Air Traffic Services (ATS) resource management, including staff recruitment, ICAO licensing standards and requirements, Air Traffic Control (ATC) training plan and on-the-job training. It will also examine key issues on ATS safety management, human factors, and effective communication and interpersonal skills.

THEORY

1. ATS Staff Recruitment
2. ATS Manpower Planning
3. ICAO Licensing for Air Traffic Controllers
4. ICAO Licensing Medical Requirements
5. ATC Training (Structured)
6. ATC Training (On-the-Job Training)
7. Safety Management in ATS
8. Monitoring Performance and Standards
9. Managing Human Factors and Communications Human Factors in ATS
10. Stress Management
11. Effective Communication Skills
12. Interpersonal Skill

13. ATS Safety Management and Investigation Course

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

This workshop will examine key issues relating to safety management in ATS. The critical principles of safety oversight, risk and hazard management, contemporary investigation techniques and human factors in ATS incidents will be covered. Common linkages between ATS safety management and incident investigation will also be addressed.

THEORY

1. ATS Resource Management
2. ATS Regulation the Legal Perspective : Air Traffic Control and the Law
3. Safety Culture
4. Safety Management System Operation
5. Safety Management System in ATS
6. ATS Safety Audit Process
7. Phared Approach to SMS Implementation
8. Strategic ATS Safety Management Planning
9. Risk and Hazard Management
10. Introduction to ATS Safety Investigation
11. Human Factors in ATC
12. Human Performance Air Navigation Service
13. The Investigation in Practice

14. On the Job Training Instructor Course

DURATION

5 Days

DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to provide OJT instructors with comprehensive knowledge on the systematic approach to a structured OJT. It provides instructional and developmental skills, thus enabling OJT instructors to meet their obligations relating to effective supervision and training. It will examine key areas and techniques; courseware and training preparation and organisation; phases and components; presentation; management; and related assessment/evaluation procedures. In addition, it will highlight the importance of effective communication and interpersonal dynamics to improve instructor-trainee relationship and aid the overall learning process.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. OJT Introduction
3.Planning & Organizing OJT
4. Component of OJT
5. Quality of coach
6. Role of an effective OJT instructor
7. Human factor communication in OJT
8. Managing abnormal and emergency situation
9. Validation assessment procedure
10. OJT instructor report
11. Examination

15. Reduce Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM) Operation Training

DURATION

DESCRIPTION

THEORY

16. Safety Management System Course

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

To enhance participants’ knowledge of safety management concepts and ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) on safety management in Annexes 6 (Operation of Aircraft), Annex 11 (Air Traffic Services) and Annex 14 (Aerodromes), and related guidance material. The course will also develop participants’ knowledge and skills to certify and oversee key components of a basic safety management system (SMS) in compliance with ICAO SARPs and national regulations.

THEORY

1. Basic Safety Concepts
2. Introduction to Safety Management
3. Hazards
4. SMS Regulation
5. Introduction to SMS
6. SMS planning
7. SMS Operation
8. Phased Approach to SMS Implementation

17. CNS/ATM Course

DURATION

1 Week

DESCRIPTION

This course builds upon the Introduction to Air Traffic Management, and describes specific CNS technologies including air-ground, ground-ground communications; ground-based and satellite-based navigation and surveillance. The discussion of today’s systems also includes ATC automation, airspace management, and air traffic management technologies and procedures. The course also provides an overview of technology implementation within the US and other countries. This course acknowledges the need to improve all of these technologies and procedures, and it examines modernization and enhancements for the near future, including Performance-based Air Traffic Management and Area Navigation/Required Navigation Performance (RNAV/RNP) implementation, for example. The course includes a demonstration of CAASD’s CNS/ATM lab facilities.

THEORY

1. ICAO CNS/ATM Concept
2. Communication
3. Navigation
4. Surveillance
5. Implementation

18. ATC Checker Course

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

The course has been designed to meet regulation and procedure requirements of aviation safety required by regulatory bodies. It also meets the requirements for safety and quality internal assessments. The course will also develop participants’ knowledge and skills to certify and oversee key components of a basic safety management system (SMS) in compliance with ICAO SARPs and national regulations.

THEORY

1. Human Factor in ATS
2. Checker Role and Responsibilities
3. Inter Personal Skills
4. Effective Communication Skills
5. Assessment Technique
6. Assessment Evaluation
7. Report and Document

19. ATC Automation Course

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

The primary aim of automation for the air traffic control system is to improved safety, and efficiency (which may include flexibility, potensial cost saving, and reductions in staffings). This will depend to the availability of the technology; and the desire to support the controller. This training provide deep understanding of how to prepare the automation system to increase safety and efficiency without reducing human performance using lates technology in accordance with ICAO and national regulation.

THEORY

1. Introduction to Automation Management Consideration
2. ATC System Consideration
3. Automation Project Consideration
4. Data Processing in ATS
5. Man Machine Interface
6. System reliability and availability
7. Data interchange
8. Application of Automation in Air Traffic Flow Management

20. ATC Supervisory Course

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

This course is designed to provide participants with the basic principles of supervision and a broad understanding of specialized topics relating to Air Traffic Services, to enable them to perform effectively as Air Traffic Control Supervisors.

THEORY

1. Assesment
2. ATC Personnel Licensing
3. OJT for ATC Personnel
4. ICAO Standard and Recommended Practices ICAO Regional Office& Air Navigation Plan
5. Managing People Successfully
6. Required Navigation Programme
7. Future Air Navigation System
8. Overview of Search and Rescue
9. ATS Operational Service

21. PBN Training

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

To provide training in the theory and applications of the specifications contained in ICAO Doc 9613 – Performance Based Navigation Manual. Participants will learn about PBN and airspace concept, Implementation Process, Navigation Specification, Terminal Navigation Specification, Approach Specification and also how to develop and validation of procedures

THEORY

1. Introduction
2. Overview of evolution to PBN
3. PBN & airspace concept
4. Implementation process
5. PBN Review
6. Introduction to Navigation specification
7. Overview of oceanis and continental remote navigation applications RNAV 10 (RNP 10) and RNP 4
8. Overview of continental en-route navigation specifications (RNAV 5, RNAV 2, RNAV 1)
9. Terminal navigation specification (RNAV 2, RNAV 1, and Basic-RNP 1)
10. PBN Review

22. ADS-CPDLC Course

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

To provide participants with an in-depth understanding of the operations of Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS) and Controller-pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC) and hands-on experience in related applications.

THEORY

1. Overview of CNS (CNS)
2. Overview of ADS and CPDLC (ADS-C)
3. ADS and CPDLC Information (ADS-I)
4. ADS and CPDLC Procedures (ADS-P)

23. Airspace Capacity Management Course

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

To provide a thorough understanding of the training participants to optimize the use of capacity on the network impact assessment airspace allocation, which is expected during the event and the day before surgery. In addition, make better use opportunities airspace (airspace restrictions change, increased route availability) in order to provide an additional route options for the aircraft operator and ensuring more flexible use of airspace in order to better respond to the needs of military adhoc and minimize the negative impacts on the network, and to ensure the availability of air for accurate, up-to-date data ASM in time.

THEORY

1. Abbreviations
2. Explanation of terms
3. Air traffic management
4. Flexible use of airspace (FUA)
5. Air traffic flow management (ATFM)
6. Measures to increase ATC capacity
7. Coordination
8. Application of automation in ATFM

24. Human Factor in ATS

DURATION

DESCRIPTION

THEORY

25. Safety Audit of ATS Course

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

This course will provide participants with an understanding of: The purpose of an audit ; The new legislation and requirements for safety management and quality assurance system ; The interface between safety and quality systems and organisational factors ; How an effective safety management system and auditing can create a corporate culture that is focused on safety and quality.

THEORY

1. Introduction
2. Human Performance in Air Navigation Service
3. Initial Audit Procedures
4. ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit Program
5. Understanding Quality & Safety
6. Accident / Incident Investigation Overview

26. ADS-B Operation Course

DURATION

DESCRIPTION

THEORY

27. General Air Traffic Flow Management Course

DURATION

1 Day

DESCRIPTION

After following this course, the training participants expected to understanding the concept of ATFM/CDM and the role of stakeholder and the rules which related to implementation of ATFM operational mecanism.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. ATFM / CDM Philosophy
3. National and International Policy of ATFM / CDM
4. Role of Stakeholder in ATFM / CDM
5. Concept of Capacity, Demand, and ATFM Phases

28. Air Traffic Flow Management Level 0

DURATION

34 Hours

DESCRIPTION

After following this course, the training participants expected to understanding the concept of ATFM/CDM and the role of stakeholder and the rules which related to implementation of ATFM operational mecanism.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Air Traffic Service Knowledge
3. Airline Operation Knowledge
4. Airport Operation Knowledge
5. Flight Approval
6. General Aviation MeteorologyAir Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)
7. ATFM Services
8. Concept of Capacity, Demand, and ATFM Phases
9. ATFM Data Sharing
10. Study Visit

29. Air Traffic Flow Management Level 1

DURATION

8 Days

DESCRIPTION

After following this course, the training participants expected to understanding the concept of ATFM/CDM and the role of stakeholder and the rules which related to implementation of ATFM operational mecanism.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Slot Management
3. Air Traffic Service Knowledge
4. Airline Operation Knowledge
5. Airport Operation Knowledge
6. General Aviation Meteorology
7. Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)
8. ATFM Services
9. Capacity, Demand, and ATFM Phases
10. ATFM Measures
11. Data Exchange
12. Study Visit
13. Evaluation

30. Air Traffic Flow Management Level 2

DURATION

1 Week

DESCRIPTION

After following this course, the training participants expected to have ability to explain and discuss about ATFM/CDM and able to take action for the relevant object

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Aviation Meteorology
3. Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)
4. ATFM Services
5. Capacity, Demand, and Fix Balancing
6. ATFM Measures
7. Soft Skill
8. Simulation
9. Evaluation

31. Air Traffic Flow Management Level 3

DURATION

2 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

After following this course, the training participants expected to have ability to explain, discuss, and making plan about ATFM/CDM as the operational condition required.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM)
3. ATFM Services
4. Capacity, Demand, and Fix Balancing
5. ATFM Measures
6. ATFM Tools
7. Airport Integration
8. Airspace Operational Management
9. Data Exchange
10. Soft Skill
11. Simulation
12. Evaluation

32. Air Traffic Flow Management Level 4

DURATION

48 Hours

DESCRIPTION

After following this course, training participants is expected to able identify and solving ATFM/CDM problem by a measure system / coordination in application unit which exact, right and adequate method integration.

THEORY

1. Course Introduction
2. ATFM Tools
3. Airspace Operational Management
4. Capacity Management
5. Soft Skill
6. Simulation
7. Evaluation

33. Air Traffic Flow Management Level 5

DURATION

DESCRIPTION

THEORY

34. Advanced ICAO PANS OPS

DURATION

4 Weeks

DESCRIPTION

To provide experienced instrument procedures designers currently using PANS-OPS with an in-depth review of the criteria and the applications of instrument approach and departure procedures including area navigation/global navigation satellite system (RNAV/GNSS) instrument approach procedures. Participants will be updated on the latest developments concerning procedures design arising from the 14th ICAO Obstacle Clearance Panel (OCP) Meeting in 2005. An update on the future work programme for the OCP will also be presented. The workshop will also cover the latest developments in ICAO Pans Ops including new GNSS and RNP design procedures.

THEORY

1. Review of General Criteria
2. Non-Precision Approach
3. Instrument Landing System (ILS) Procedures Development
4. Departure Procedures for Aircraft
5. Holding Criteria
6. Charts and Databases
7. PBN