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DEPARTMENT:AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
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Aerodrome Control Course Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course provides participants with Air traffic control theory, principles and practice of aerodrome control in accordance with ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices. Also prepares the participants for training at an aerodrome control tower in order to obtain aerodrome control rating

Pre-entry requirements

Minimum age: 21years.

Education or Qualification Requirements: Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) with passes in Physics or Mathematics and Geography

Medical requirements:  Class 3

Linguistic requirements: English language proficiency (minimum ICAO level 4).

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

Basic Aerodrome control or Certificate of Secondary Education Examination with passes in Physics or Mathematics and Geography

Course content (Theoretical training and Practical)

You will acquire knowledge of the principles, ideas and practical skills (3D tower simulator and live traffic) in Aerodrome Control positions through the following subjects

Major subjects

- ICAO, AirLaws and Rules of the Air.

- Air Traffic Management Theory.

- Aviation Meteorology.

- Aerodromes and Ground Aids.

- Aeronautical Information Services.

- Aircraft Recognition and Principles of Flight.

- Communication Navigation and Surveillance.

- Communication Procedures.

- Air Navigation Theory.

- Air Navigation Plotting.

Minor subjects

- Introduction to Human Factors.

- Introduction to Performance Based Navigation.

- Introduction to Safety Management system.

Who should attend

Aspirants of Air Traffic Services functions

Duration

16 Weeks

Duration
Option 1:  – 1 year (For Tanzanians)
Option 2: –  16 weeks.(For Foreigners)

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Pre Search and Rescue Course Click to View Details

Aim of the course

This course provides participants with theoretical and practical knowledge on aeronautical search and rescue (SAR) operations and prepares them to conduct SAR operations in their respective Rescue Coordination Centres (RCCs). General SAR procedures as well as procedures relating specifically to aeronautical SAR will be covered

Pre-entry requirements

- Minimum age: 18 years.

- Education or Qualification Requirements: Air traffic controler, pilots or flight operations personnel.

- Medical requirements: Nil

- Linguistic requirements: Fluent in English Language.

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

Air traffic controllers, pilots or flight operations personnel.

Course content (Theoretical training)

Trainees will acquire knowledge of the principles and ideas of Pre search and rescue course in the following subjects:-

- ICAO/IMO SAR Conventions, Annexes and SAR Manuals                                                                                 

- SAR Organization and Resources     

- SAR Operating Procedures   

- Navigation plotting review                                                           

- Determination of Search Area                                              

- Allocation of Search and rescue aircraft                              

- Aerial Search Patterns                                                           

- Rescue Planning                                                                    

- Briefing and Debriefing of Search and rescue Personnel    

- Search and rescue Communication                                       

- Satellite-Aided Search and Rescue                                          

Who should attend

SAR practitioners

Duration

3 Weeks

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Approach Control Procedural Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course provides participants with the theory, principles and practice of approach control (procedural) in accordance with the ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and prepares participants for training at an approach control (procedural) unit in order to obtain approach control rating.

Pre-entry requirements

Minimum age: 21 years.

Education or Qualification Requirements: Aerodrome control certificate.

Medical requirements: Class 3.

Linguistic requirements: English language proficiency (minimum ICAO level 4).

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

Aerodrome control certificate.

Course content (Theoretical training and Practical)

You will acquire knowledge of the principles, ideas and practical skills (Approach simulator and in live traffic) in Approach control procedural positions through the following subjects

Major subjects

- Air Traffic Management Theory.

- Air Traffic Management Simulation.

- Aviation Meteorology.

- Air Navigation Plotting.

Minor subjects

- Introduction to Human Factors

- Introduction to Performance Based Navigation.

Who should attend

Aspirants for Approach control procedural functions

Duration

9 Weeks

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Area Control Procedural Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course provides the participants with the theory, principles and practice of area control (procedural) in accordance with ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and prepares participants for training at an area control (procedural) unit in order to obtain area control rating.

Pre-entry requirements

- Minimum age: 21 years.

- Education or Qualification Requirements: Aerodrome control certificate or Approach control procedural certificate.

- Medical requirements: Class 3.

- Linguistic requirements: English language proficiency (minimum ICAO level 4).

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

Aerodrome control certificate or Approach control procedural certificate

Course content (Theoretical training and Practical)

You will acquire knowledge of the principles, ideas and practical skills (Area simulator) in Area control procedural positions through the following subjects

Major subjects

- Air Traffic Management Theory.

- Aviation Meteorology.

- Air Navigation Plotting.

Minor subjects

- Introduction to Human Factors.

- Introduction to Performance Based Navigation.

Who should attend

Aspirants for Area control procedural functions

Duration

9 Weeks

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Area Control Surveillance Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course provides the participants with the theory, principles and practice of area control (surveillance) in accordance with ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and prepares participants for training at an area control (surveillance) unit in order to obtain area control surveillance rating.

Pre-entry requirements

- Minimum age: 21 years.

- Education or Qualification Requirements: Aerodrome control certificate or Approach control procedural certificate.

- Medical requirements: Class 3.

- Linguistic requirements: English language proficiency (minimum ICAO level 4).

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

Aerodrome control certificate or Area control procedural certificate.

Course content (Theoretical training and Practical)

Trainees will acquire knowledge of the principles, ideas and practical skills (Area simulator) of Area control procedural through the following subjects:-

- Area Control Procedural Review

- Station Standing Instructions

- ATS Surveillance Technical

- Area Control Surveillance Procedures

- Simulator Exercises

Who should attend

Aspirant for Area control surveillance functions

Duration

7 Weeks

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Team Resource Management Click to View Details

Course Objectives
The course provides an understanding of the impact of human factors and team resource management (TRM) on day-to-day operations in air traffic services (ATS). It focuses on pertinent human factors principles and their application in ATS operations and team performances in ATC.

Upon completion of this course, trainee will be able to:

- Understand how impacts of human error will be minimized while maximizing team performance in ATS operations

- Reduce the number of teamwork related errors by developing positive attitudes and behaviors

- Identify the teamwork issues and principles of TRM that can influence human errors and impact on safety

Course Contents
1. Human Performance and Human Error

2.  Team Resource Management

3. Threat and Error Management (TEM)

Who should attend
Air traffic controllers, personnel responsible for ATS Safety Oversight,  officers involved in teamwork in Aviation Industry.

Duration
10 Working days

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Basic Aerodrome Control Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course introduces participants to Air Traffic Services in general and develops essential specific skills and theoretical knowledge in Air Traffic Services procedures and techniques prior to aerodrome control course as required by ICAO Annex1.

Pre-entry requirements

Minimum age: 21 years.

Education or qualification requirements: Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE) with passes in Physics or Mathematics and Geography.

Medical requirements: Class 3

Linguistic requirements: English language proficiency (minimum ICAO level 4).

Course content (Theoretical training)

You will acquire knowledge of the principles, ideas and practical skills for Air Traffic Services procedures and techniques prior to aerodrome control course through the following subjects

Major subjects

- ICAO, AirLaws and Rules of the Air.

- Air Traffic Management Theory.

- Aircraft Recognition and Principles of Flight.

- Aviation Meteorology.

- Aerodromes and Ground Aids.

- Aeronautical Information Services.

- Communication Procedures.

- Communication, Navigation and Surveillance.

- Air Navigation Theory.

Minor subjects

- Introduction to Human Factors.

- Introduction to Performance Based Navigation.

- Introduction to Safety Management system.

Who should attend

Aspirants of Air Traffic Services functions

Duration

6 Weeks

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Performance Based Navigation Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course is intended to assist trainees to describe the ICAO Performance Based Navigation (PBN) concept.

Participants will able to explain the meaning and principles associated with area navigation (RNAV) and the ICAO performance based navigation (PBN) concept which replaces the Required Navigation Performance (RNP) concept.

Pre-entry requirements

- Minimum age: 21 years.

- Education or Qualification Requirements: A minimum of High school education with a working experience of at least 3 years as; Air Traffic Controllers, ANSP managers and supervisors, Beginners in ATC procedures and airspace design, Aircraft operators especially flight operations and planning managers and personnel, National and civil aviation authorities.

- Medical requirements: Nil

- Linguistic requirements: Fluent in English Language.

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

- Air Traffic Controllers

- ANSP managers and supervisors

 - Beginners in ATC procedures and airspace design

- Aircraft operators especially flight operations and planning managers and personnel

 - National and civil aviation authorities.

Course content (Theoretical training)

You will acquire knowledge of the principles and ideas of Performance based navigation system course in the following topics:-

- Evolution of ICAO Navigation Specifications.

- ICAO Global Air Navigation Plan and timeline.

- FANS, CNS/ATM, RNP, RNP/RNAV.

- Types of Area Navigation (RNAV) systems, including;RNAV systems and individual navigation system technologies: DME/DME, IRU, INS, GNSS, GPS, SBAS, GBAS, Galileo.

- GNSS theory, separation standards, benefits

- RNAV and RNP procedure design

- Instrument Approach Procedures

- Controlling aircraft using Standard Instrument Departures and Arrivals (SIDs, STARs)

Who should attend

Aviation practitioners who want to acquire knowledge on PBN

Duration

5 Days

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ATM Supervisory Management Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course is designed to equip the participants with the level of knowledge and necessary skills required for effective and efficient management of operational staff deployed in Air Traffic Management.

Pre-entry requirements

- Minimum age: 21 years.

- Education or Qualification Requirements: Air Traffic Management officers who are in or about to assume the role of a supervisor.

- Medical requirements: Nil.

- Linguistic requirements: Fluent in English Language.

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

Air Traffic Management ratings.

Course content (Theoretical training)

You will acquire knowledge of the principles and ideas of ATM supervisor Management course in the following subjects;

- Introduction to Human Factors.

- On the Job Training.

- Management.

- Time Management.

- Communication Skills.

- Conflict Management.

- Workshop and Seminar.

Who should attend

Aspirants for Air traffic management supervisory functions

Duration

3 Weeks

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Human Factors Course Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course provides participants with an understanding of the concept of human factors in air traffic services (ATS) and the corresponding training requirements to meet the licensing standards set by the ICAO Annex 1 (Personnel Licensing). It also focuses on the disciplines of human factors, their applications and ways to improve human performance in ATS.

Pre-entry requirements

- Minimum age: 21 years.

- Education or Qualification Requirements: Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) or equivalent

- Medical requirements: Nil.

- Linguistic requirements: Fluent in English Language.

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

ATM experience

Course content (Theoretical training)

You will acquire knowledge of the principles and ideas of Human factors in aviation through the following topics:-

- Meaning of Human Factors.

- Conceptual model.

- Clarification of common misconceptions.

- The Industry need for Human Factors.

- Application of Human Factors.

Who should attend

ATM practitioners

Duration

5 Days

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Aviation English Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course is designed to equip the trainees with the level of knowledge and necessary skills required for effective and efficient management of operational staff deployed in Air Traffic Management.

Participants will be able to effectively communicate operational issues as per ICAO and TCAA requirements.

Pre-entry requirements

- Minimum age: 21 years.

- Education or Qualification Requirements: Qualified RTF user.

- Medical requirements: Nil.

- Linguistic requirements: English language proficiency (ICAO level 2 and 3).

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

English language proficiency (ICAO level 2 and 3).

Course content (Theoretical training)

You will acquire knowledge of the principles and ideas of Aviation English through the following subjects;

- Pronunciation

- Structure

- Vocabulary

- Fluency

- Comprehension

- Interaction

Who should attend

Aspirants for management of operational staff deployed in Air Traffic Management

Duration

5 Days

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Approach Control Surveillance Click to View Details

Aim of the course

The course provides participants with the theory, principles and practice of approach control (surveillance) in accordance with the ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices and prepares participants for training at an approach control (surveillance) unit in order to obtain approach control surveillance rating.

Pre-entry requirements

- Minimum age: 21 years.

- Education or Qualification Requirements: Aerodrome control and Approach Control Procedural certificates

- Medical requirements: Class 3.

- Linguistic requirements: English language proficiency (minimum ICAO level 4).

Credits for previous knowledge, experience or other qualifications

Aerodrome control certificate

Course content (Theoretical training and Practical)

You will acquire knowledge of the principles, ideas and practical skills (Approach simulator) of Approach control surveillance through the following subjects:-

- Approach Control Procedural review

- Station Standing Instructions

- ATS Surveillance technical

- Approach Control Surveillance Procedures                     

Who should attend

Aspirant for Approach control surveillance functions

Duration

7 Weeks

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