Dispatcher training

Category
Other trainings
INTRODUCTION

A Flight Dispatcher is an airline employee in charge of the flight preparation and monitoring.

He’s responsible for preparing the pre-flight package to be delivered to the flight crew, in accordance with the regulatory and technical requirements (weather, navigation, rules of the air …).

His main tasks are :

  • Supply for the airline flight preparation strategy: overflight authorisations, assistance…
  • Flight preparation
  • Ensure the aircraft and flight plan meet the technical and regulatory requirements
  • Notify to the flight crew, the airline and other partners of any operational requirement for a  flight.
  • Be the flight crew preferred contact for any issue about airline operations. Relay any demand to the relevant department.
  • Monitor the aircraft and provide assistance during the flight.
TRAINING PROGRAM

Our training program is based upon the ICAO requirements and consists of 9 main courses :

  • Air traffic management / Aeronautical information service
  • Rules of the air
  • Navigation
  • Aircraft performance
  • Meteorology
  • Radio communication
  • Abnormal/Emergency procedures
  • Human performance
  • Dispatcher specific training
  • Option : Aeronautical English training
OBJECTIVES

The training objective is to pass the exam. A  minimum of 75% of correct answers is required.

CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSIONS
  • 18 years old minimum
  • Scientific secondary education level
  • English level: B1 or equivalent
  • Clean criminal record
Terms

This training program is for airline staff only.

It is mandatory that the candidate carries out a complete training to reach certification.

An exam is to be validated at the end of the program to confirm the trainee acquired the proper knowledge.

Nota bene: This program is to be completed by a 4 weeks training with an airline operator to translate new knowledge into action.

NUMBER OF TRAINEES

The class size is limited to 12 participants per training.

DURATION

Course duration may be adapted to the airline’s needs. However, a minimum of 210 hours is recommended for an initial training.

PREMISES

Institut Jean MERMOZ

43 Avenue Robert Schuman 94150 Rungis.

FRANCE

AGENDA
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PRICE
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