Dispatcher Recurrent Training Course

    Earn NBAA CAM (Certified Aviation Manager) credits with our Dispatcher Recurrent Training Course

    Are you an FAA Licensed Dispatcher or an advanced level scheduler looking to update your knowledge, skills and abilities with the latest information on the duties and responsibilities of an aircraft dispatcher? You can now satisfy regulatory requirements and earn Certified Aviation Manager credits as part of the National Business Aviation Association’s Professional Development Program with our interactive 2-day Corporate Aircraft Dispatcher Recurrent Training course. *This course has been approved by NBAA as part of its PDP through April, 2023.

    More about our Course

    Who should enroll?

    Business aviation professionals whose flight operations have a need for:

    • Certified Dispatcher Recurrent training to satisfy regulatory requirements
    • Continuing professional development
    • Increased familiarization with trip and flight planning requirements
    • Improved operational efficiencies

    Prerequisites

    The course is open to:

    • FAA Licensed Dispatchers (an FAA Dispatcher Certification is not required to take this course)
    • Advanced level schedulers with at least five years’ experience considering enrollment in a dispatcher license program

    Benefits

    • Earn three points toward CAM application
    • Earn two points towards CAM recertification
    • Satisfy regulatory requirements
    • Professional development
    • Increased familiarization with trip and flight planning requirements

    Course Description

    Through interactive lecture and a collaborative in-class project based on real-world scenarios, attendees will enhance their knowledge and abilities while developing a wide range of skills – foundational, situational, incremental, supportive, organizational, and strategic in the most effective and efficient means possible.

    The interactive project offers training solutions at every level, thus aligning service strategies with service behaviors.

    Course Objectives

    • Review regulatory requirements and determine effects on corporate aircraft operations
    • Determine advanced planning requirements dispatchers should consider in support of corporate aircraft operations
    • Determine pre-flight requirements dispatchers should consider in support of corporate aircraft operations
    • Interpret Computer Flight Plans for specific corporate aviation aircraft
    • Determine the criteria dispatchers should provide when briefing the pilot in command prior to departure
    • Determine in-flight support considerations for dispatchers supporting corporate aviation flights

    Course Outline

    • Section 1: Introduction, Course Goals and Objectives
    • Section 2: Update on Regulatory Requirements, Policies and Best Practices
    • Section 3: Advanced Planning Requirements and Itinerary Planning
    • Section 4: Pre-Flight Requirements
    • Section 5: Flight Planning Considerations
    • Section 6: Flight Plans and Weather
    • Section 7: Briefing the Pilot in Command
    • Section 8: In-flight Support Considerations

    Course Pricing

    $1,025 per person

    Class Sizes

    Minimum of 8 students

    How to Enroll

    For more information, to enroll and to learn more about the Course schedule, contact:

    Gary Martin
    Training Program Manager
    faadispatchercourse@univ-wea.com
    +1 (713) 378-8129

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