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Course in Avionics Technician

Avionica
Campus Part time 3 months September 2017 USA Orlando

Avionica Orlando offers continuing professional training and licenses required by federal entities to exercise and practice the profession of avionics. We seek to bring together a representation of such group of professionals in Latin America. The aviation industry approaches our association seeking the avionics personnel trained by us to work in companies as certified and FCC licensed avionics technicians. [+]

Part time Course Studies in Aviation Management in Orlando in USA. About the Program Avionica Orlando offers continuing professional training and licenses required by federal entities to exercise and practice the profession of avionics. We seek to bring together a representation of such group of professionals in Latin America. The aviation industry approaches our association seeking the avionics personnel trained by us to work in companies as certified and FCC licensed avionics technicians. The training that we offer is an on the job training (OJT) type of training, no theoretical, lasts 3 months (two days a week). Includes: Exams for the FCC licenses, certificates of training completion, we prepare and update our members resumes, assistance in job opportunities and a 1 year membership with our association. Training includes reviews and tests for 2 of the most important licenses of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and one-year membership of the Avionics Technicians Association, Inc. we also are the only Chief Examiner of the FCC in the State of Florida. This on the job training (OJT) will cover topics such as: Electronic Navigation Instruments and Communication Technical Education Aviation Safety Quality Control Human Factor anything related to newest aviation technology known as "New Generation" [-]

Aircraft Dispatcher Program

Aviation Institute of Maintenance
Campus 300 hours September 2017 USA Orlando

The Aircraft Dispatcher Program is a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved training that incorporates classroom and lab instruction preparing Aircraft Dispatcher students to pass the FAA Aircraft Dispatcher Written, Oral and Practical Certification Exams which are administered by FAA Designated Aircraft Dispatcher Examiners upon graduation. [+]

The Aircraft Dispatcher Program is a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved training that incorporates classroom and lab instruction preparing Aircraft Dispatcher students to pass the FAA Aircraft Dispatcher Written, Oral and Practical Certification Exams which are administered by FAA Designated Aircraft Dispatcher Examiners upon graduation. This certification is highly recognized and powerful. Those who possess it have the opportunity to apply for positions not only as Flight Dispatchers, but also as airline Crew Schedulers, Crew Planners, Navigation Data-base Specialists, Meteorology Assistants, Airport Flight Operations Agents, Ramp Control Tower Agents, and many other flight operations positions. Most candidates who hold the FAA Aircraft Dispatcher certificate will succeed in obtaining almost immediate employment in the airline industry. And some of the benefits are unique to the job description. Airline Dispatchers are "not" Air Traffic Controllers. Air Traffic Controllers work for the FAA, and separate air traffic. Think of Air Traffic Controllers as "traffic cops." Aircraft Dispatchers work in the field of Airline Operational Control, in the airline’s “Nerve Center,” an environment very similar to NASA’s Mission Control. As a FAA Licensed Aircraft Dispatcher, you are authorized by the FAA to exercise equal authority (50/50) and shared decision making with the Pilot-in-Command (Airline Captain) of each flight under your control. Aircraft Dispatchers control the airlines’ Flight Operation (sometimes globally), typically all from one centralized Operations Control Center (OCC) location. Working “behind the scenes,” side by side with other airline professionals like senior Dispatch Managers, Crew Schedulers and Planners, Maintenance Controllers and Meteorologists, Aircraft... [-]