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Air Traffic Control Licensing (CAP)

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Published by Administrator in Civil Aviation Authority

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        StatementCivil Aviation Authority
        PublishersCivil Aviation Authority
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsAugust 1992
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 76 p. :
        Number of Pages53
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10086039512X
        Series
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Be at least 21 years of age;• The experience specified above shall have been completed in the 6-month period preceding application for an ATC license. Pre-requisite; An applicant for an air traffic controller license shall:-• Note: The Approach Control Procedural and the Area Control Procedural ratings indicate that no surveillance equipment is used while providing air traffic control services using these ratings.

Approach Radar Control Rating; to provide or supervise the provision of approach control service with the use of radar or other surveillance systems for the aerodrome or aerodromes for which the license holder is rated, within the airspace or of the airspace, under the jurisdiction of the unit providing approach control service, or Terminal Controllers handle traffic in the radar terminal area 30-50 miles from an airport.

Air Traffic Controllers Licenses

Air traffic control is used to separate aircraft safely — in the sky as they fly and at the airports where they land Air Traffic Control Licensing (CAP) take off again. A current Class 3 medical certificate;• Area Radar Control Rating: to provide or supervise the provision of area control service with the use of radar, within the control area or portion of the control area, for which the license holder is rated.

Results of a Station Validation Board. Air Control issuing clearances to aircraft in the runway environment and in the vicinity of the airport• Requirements for station validation of an ATC License• Cost Charges are on the Validity Depends on the period indicated on the medical certificate; For those below 40yrs — 2 years 40yrs and above — 1 year• Expert Level Level 6 ; Valid for Life Application Requirements.

Clearance Delivery issuing IFR clearances as issued by Approach Control or assigning transponder codes• Have met the training, experience, and assessment requirements for at least one air traffic controller rating as follows:-• Extended Level Level 5 ; Valid for 6 years• A knowledge test report given after passing the Rating Board;• Expert Level Level 6 ; Valid for Life• Aerodrome Control Rating; to provide or to supervise the provision of Air traffic Service for all traffic on the maneuvering area of an aerodrome and all aircraft flying in the vicinity of the aerodrome for which the license holder is rated.

Two current passport size photographs full face ;• Operational Level Level 4 ; Valid for 3 years• Requirements for the renewal of an ATC License;• Approach Control Procedural Rating; to provide or to supervise the provision of air traffic control service for arriving, departing or transiting controlled flights for the aerodrome or aerodromes for which the license holder is rated, within the airspace or portion thereof, under the jurisdiction of the unit providing approach control service, or• Controllers keep track of flights by using radar and the latest computer systems.