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  1. TRNG 10.5.4 FLIGHT EXPERIENCE FOR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS
  2. TRNG 10.5.3 SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT COURSES
  3. TRNG 10.5.2.1 WRITTEN ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
  4. TRNG 10.5.2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE TRAINING
  5. TRNG 10.5.1 REFRESHER COURSES
  6. TRNG 10.4.6 TRAINING AND LICENSING FOR DEDICATED FLIGHT INFORMATION SERVICE
  7. TRNG 10.4.5 AUTOMATIC DEPENDANT SURVEILLANCE (ADS) CONTROL RATING
  8. TRNG 10.4.4 COMPETENCE ASSESSMENT
  9. TRNG 10.4.3 AIR TRAFFIC FLOW MANAGEMENT (ATFM)
  10. TRNG 10.4.2 USE OF UNQUALIFIED PERSONNEL
  11. TRNG 10.4.1 A SYSTEM COMBINING ASSESSMENTS WITH EXAMINATIONS
  12. TRNG 10.3.1 ON-THE-JOB-TRAINING (OJT)
  13. TRNG 10.2.10 ICAO TRAINING MANUAL
  14. TRNG 10.2.9 E-LEARNING
  15. TRNG 10.2.8 EMERGENCY TRAINING
  16. TRNG 10.2.7 BASIC DOCUMENTATION FOR USE BY TRAINING OFFICERS / INSTRUCTORS
  17. TRNG 10.2.6 AIRBORNE COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM (ACAS) TRAINING
  18. TRNG 10.2.5 AUTOMATION CONTROLLER TRAINING
  19. TRNG 10.2.4 REASONS FOR FAILURE IN ATC TRAINING
  20. TRNG 10.2.3 LINK BETWEEN ATC SCHOOL & OPERATIONAL UNITS
  21. TRNG 10.2.2 GRADUATION
  22. TRNG 10.2.1 GENERAL SCHEDULE FOR A 3 TO 5 YEAR TRAINING
  23. TRNG 10.1.3 TEAM RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
  24. TRNG 10.1.2 SELECTION
  25. LM 11.2.5 REFERENCE CARD
  26. LM 11.2.4 PROTECTION OF IDENTITY
  27. LM 11.2.3 RIGHT OF REPRESENTATION
  28. LM 11.2.2 EXEMPTION FROM DUTY
  29. LM 11.1.6 PROVISION OF ATS OVER FOREIGN TERRITORY
  30. LM 11.1.5 ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CONTROLLER-IN-CHARGE (CIC) IN REGARD TO LIABILITY AND OPERATIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
  31. LM 11.1.4 TRANSFER OF CONTROL FUNCTIONS – LEGAL ASPECTS
  32. LM 11.1.3 LIABILITY RELATED TO AERODROME CONTROLLERS
  33. LM 11.1.2 THIRD PARTY RISK
  34. MED 9.2.10 VIGILANCE DURING OPS SHIFTS
  35. MED 9.2.9 ATCOS WITH DISABILITIES
  36. MED 9.2.8 HIV AND AIDS IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
  37. MED 9.2.7 SUBSTANCE ABUSE IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
  38. MED 9.2.6 WORK AS ATCO WHEN PREGNANT
  39. MED 9.2.5 FATIGUE IN AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
  40. MED 9.2.4 CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS MANAGEMENT
  41. MED 9.2.3 STRESS AND STRESS MANAGEMENT
  42. MED 9.2.2 OCULAR PROBLEMS
  43. MED 9.2.1 EFFECTS OF MEDICINE, DRUGS AND ALCOHOL
  44. WC 8.7.7 SEPARATION BETWEEN UNITS WITHOUT PROCEDURAL AGREEMENT
  45. WC 8.7.5 RESILIENCE AND LINEAR VS SYSTEMIC APPROACH TO SAFETY
  46. WC 8.7.4 INTRINSIC AND TACTICAL SAFETY
  47. WC 8.7.3 SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  48. WC 8.7.2 NORMAL OPERATIONS SAFETY SURVEY
  49. WC 8.7.1 REGULATORY FRAMEWORK IN ATM
  50. WC 8.6.1 LOSS OF LICENCE
  51. WC 8.5.3 EXTENDED DUTY
  52. WC 8.5.2 EARLY RETIREMENT
  53. WC 8.5.1 RETIREMENT
  54. WC 8.4.2 REMUNERATION PRINCIPLE
  55. WC 8.4.1 GENERAL PROVISIONS
  56. WC 8.3.7 AGEING ATCOS
  57. WC 8.3.6 STAFFING
  58. WC 8.3.5 EXTRA DUTY
  59. WC 8.3.4 RECENCY AND COMPETENCY
  60. WC 8.3.3 VACATION SCHEME
  61. WC 8.3.2 WORK AND REST SCHEME
  62. WC 8.3.1 DUTY ROSTERS
  63. WC 8.2.12 ATM SAFETY MONITORING TOOL
  64. WC 8.2.7 WORKING WITH UNSERVICEABLE OR INADEQUATE EQUIPMENT
  65. WC 8.2.6 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL AND PUBLIC RELATIONS
  66. WC 8.2.5 AUTOMATION / HUMAN FACTORS
  67. WC 8.2.3 WORKING ENVIRONMENTS AND WC 8.2.4 ATC SYSTEMS
  68. WC 8.2.2.1 MONITORING PRIVATISATION / COMMERCIALISATION IN ATC
  69. WC 8.2.2 MANAGEMENT OF ATS PROVIDERS
  70. WC 8.2.1 METHODS OF DETERMINING CONDITIONS OF OPERATION AND SERVICE
  71. COM 4.11 PRONUNCIATION OF WORDS FIVE LETTER NAMING CODES (5LNC)
  72. COM 4.10 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ATS UNITS
  73. COM 4.9 RTF PHRASEOLOGY IN CIVIL/MILITARY INTEGRATION
  74. COM 4.8 CPDLC – DATALINK COMMUNICATIONS
  75. COM 4.7 DIRECT CONTROLLER – PILOT COMMUNICATIONS
  76. COM 4.6 FREQUENCY BLOCKING
  77. COM 4.5 RTF FREQUENCY USAGE
  78. COM 4.4 COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE
  79. COM 4.3 8.33 kHz SPACING
  80. COM 4.2 TRAFFIC INFORMATION BROADCAST BY AIRCRAFT
  81. ATS 3.45 STATE AIRCRAFT AND DUE REGARD OPERATIONS
  82. ATS 3.44 MOVING TO A NEW FACILITY
  83. ATS 3.43 CRISIS MANAGEMENT
  84. ATS 3.42 FLIGHT PLANNING ACCURACY AND IMPACTS ON THE ATM SYSTEM
  85. ATS 3.41 SERVICE PRIORITY
  86. ATS 3.40 EMERGENCY DESCENT PROCEDURES
  87. ATS 3.39 TERRAIN AND OBSTACLE CHARTING
  88. ATS 3.38 TERRAIN AND OBSTACLE CLEARANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
  89. ATS 3.37 RELAY OF FLIGHT INFORMATION FROM AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE TO AIRCRAFT
  90. ATS 3.36 RECATEGORIZATION OF AIRCRAFT FOR WAKE TURBULENCE
  91. ATS 3.35 DYNAMIC SLOT TRADING PROCESS
  92. ATS 3.34 TRANSPONDER MANDATORY ZONES
  93. ATS 3.33 MERGING AND SEQUENCING CONCEPTS
  94. ATS 3.32 CONTROLLED TIME OF ARRIVAL CONCEPT
  95. ATS 3.31 SID AND STAR NAMING
  96. ATS 3.30 AIR TRAFFIC FLOW MANAGEMENT – IMPLEMENTATION
  97. ATS 3.29 CONTINUOUS DESCENT OPERATIONS (CDO) AND CONTINOUS CLIMB OPERATIONS (CCO)
  98. ATS 3.28 EN-ROUTE RESTRICTIONS
  99. ATS 3.27 INSTRUMENT DEPARTURES AND ARRIVALS
  100. ATS 3.26 MISSED APPROACH PROCEDURES FOR VISUAL APPROACHES
  101. ATS 3.25 SURVEILLANCE: IN-TRAIL PROCEDURES ITP
  102. ATS 3.24 ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES IN ATM
  103. ATS 3.23 MINIMUM SAFE ALTITUDE WARNING SYSTEMS
  104. ATS 3.22 ROUTE CONFORMANCE MONITORING SYSTEM (RCMS)
  105. ATS 3.21 AREA PROXIMITY WARNINGS
  106. ATS 3.20 SHORT TERM CONFLICT ALERT
  107. ATS 3.19 CONFLICT DETECTION TOOLS
  108. ATS 3.18 CONTROLLER TOOLS
  109. ATS 3.17 THE USE OF SAFETY NETS IN ATM
  110. ATS 3.16 (ADVANCED) STRATEGIC LATERAL OFFSET PROCEDURES
  111. ATS 3.15 SYSTEM DEFENCES DURING PLANNED SYSTEM DEGRADATION
  112. ATS 3.14 VIRTUAL CENTERS AND FUNCTIONAL AIRSPACE BLOCKS
  113. ATS 3.13 MIXED MODE OPERATIONS
  114. ATS 3.12 AVIATION RADIO FREQUENCY SPECTRUM PROTECTION
  115. ATS 3.11 UNITS OF MEASUREMENT IN CIVIL AVIATION
  116. WC 8.7.6 COGNITIVE PROCESSES IN ATC
  117. WC 8.2.11 THE “FREE FLIGHT CONCEPT” HUMAN FACTORS CONSIDERATIONS
  118. WC 8.2.10 SHORT TERM CONFLICT ALERT (STCA): HUMAN FACTORS / LEGAL ASPECTS
  119. WC 8.2.9 CO-OPERATIVE SEPARATION
  120. WC 8.2.8 REGULATORY APPROVAL OF ATM SYSTEMS EQUIPMENT
  121. WC 8.1.8 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
  122. WC 8.1.7 FOUR EYES PRINCIPLE (4EP)
  123. WC 8.1.6 SINGLE / LONE PERSON OPERATIONS (SPO)
  124. WC 8.1.5 MINIMUM SERVICE
  125. WC 8.1.4 CIVIL MOBILISATION OR REQUISITION MEASURES
  126. WC 8.1.3 DISPUTES
  127. WC 8.1.2 ORGANISATIONS
  128. ATS 3.10 GLOBAL COMPATIBLE FLIGHT LEVEL SYSTEMS
  129. ATS 3.9 RADAR MONITORING
  130. ATS 3.8 ATC WITHIN ICAO ASSIGNED INTERNATIONAL AIRSPACE- THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY
  131. ATS 3.7 SECTOR CAPACITY VALUES
  132. ATS 3.6 AIR TRAFFIC FLOW MANAGEMENT – ADHERENCE
  133. ATS 3.5 PROVISION OF OPERATIONAL AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION
  134. ATS 3.4 STANDARDISATION OF REGIONAL TRANSITION ALTITUDES
  135. ADME 2.16 CONDITIONAL CLEARANCES TO RESCUE AND FIREFIGHTING VEHICLES
  136. ADME 2.15 REMOTE AND VIRTUAL TOWER
  137. ADME 2.14 AUTONOMOUS RUNWAY INCURSION WARNING SYSTEM (ARIWS)
  138. ADME 2.13 NUMBERING OF AIRCRAFT IN THE AERODROME TRAFFIC CIRCUIT
  139. LM 11.2.1 JUST CULTURE, TRUST AND MUTUAL RESPECT
  140. LM 11.2.6 USE OF RECORDED DATA
  141. LM 11.3.3.1 ATTACHMENT: DATABANK OF JURISPRUDENCE REPORTING FORM
  142. ATS 3.3 HARMONISATION OF THE AIRSPACE CLASSIFICATION
  143. ATS 3.2 CLEARANCES
  144. ADME 2.12 RED STOP BAR CROSSING PROCEDURES
  145. ADME 2.11 THE APPLICATION OF COCKPIT DISPLAY OF TRAFFIC INFORMATION (CDTI) IN ADVANCED SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE SYSTEM (A-SMGCS) OPERATIONS
  146. ADME 2.10 NEW TECHNOLOGY APPROACH & LANDING AIDS
  147. ADME 2.9 REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP) FOR APPROACH AND LANDING
  148. ADME 2.8 ADVANCED APPROACH PROCEDURES
  149. ADME 2.7 THE INTERFACE BETWEEN ATC AND AFIS
  150. ADME 2.6 RESPONSIBILITY AND FUNCTIONS OF AERODROME CONTROLLERS WITH REGARD TO SURFACE MOVEMENT
  151. ADME 2.5 PROVISION OF ATS AT AERODROMES
  152. ADME 2.4 SURFACE MOVEMENT GUIDANCE & CONTROL SYSTEMS
  153. ADME 2.3 VISUAL OBSERVATION & NEW AERODROME CONTROL TOWER CONCEPTS
  154. ADME 2.2 LAND AND HOLD SHORT OPERATIONS (LAHSO)
  155. ADME 2.0 Definitions relating to Converging Runway Operations (CROPS) and Land And Hold Short Operations (LAHSO)
  156. AAS 1.19 OPERATIONAL USE OF DOWN-LINK AIRCRAFT PARAMETERS (DAPS)
  157. AAS 1.18 MULTIPLE DELAY ABSORPTION PROGRAMS
  158. AAS 1.17 SPACE WEATHER
  159. AAS 1.16 FUTURE WEATHER DISTRIBUTION
  160. AAS 1.15 CONCEPT OF GNSS-BASED ALTITUDE
  161. AAS 1.14 SPACE-BASED AUTOMATIC DEPENDENT SURVEILLANCE – BROADCAST
  162. AAS 1.13 DETERMINING OPERATIONS READINESS OF NEW ATM SYSTEMS
  163. LM 11.2.7 USE OF ATS SURVEILLANCE DATA IN THE PROVISION OF NON-SURVEILLANCE SERVICES
  164. LM 11.3.3 CENTRAL DATABANK OF JURISPRUDENCE
  165. LM 11.3.2 EQUAL OPPORTUNITY LEGISLATION
  166. LM 11.3.1 LEGAL ASSISTANCE FROM IFATCA
  167. LM 11.4 UNLAWFUL INTERFERENCE WITH INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION FACILITIES
  168. LM 11.5 UNSAFE AIRSPACE/AERODROME
  169. INFO 12.1.4 METHOD OF UPDATING
  170. INFO 12.1.3 CONTENTS AND DISTRIBUTION
  171. INFO 12.1.2 PURPOSE OF THE IHB
  172. SEP 7.8 VISUAL SEPARATION ON APPROACH
  173. SEP 7.7 DEFINITIONS: SPACING, SEPARATION & SEGREGATION
  174. SEP 7.6 INTERCEPTION OF CIVIL AIRCRAFT
  175. SEP 7.5 CONTROLLER INTERVENTION BUFFER
  176. SEP 7.4 AIRBORNE SEPARATION ASSISTANCE SYSTEMS (ASAS) AND COCKPIT DISPLAY OF TRAFFIC INFORMATION (CDTI)
  177. SEP 7.3 FORMATION FLIGHTS WITHIN CONTROLLED AIRSPACE
  178. SEP 7.2 LATERAL AND LONGITUDINAL SEPARATION
  179. SUR 6.2 ADS-B: SINGLE EMERGENCY CODE MANAGEMENT
  180. HELI 5.3 HELICOPTERS: DISCRETE IDENTIFICATION IN FLIGHT PLANS
  181. HELI 5.2 HELICOPTER RTF PHRASEOLOGY
  182. AAS 1.12 AIRCRAFT FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
  183. AAS 1.11 “FLY-BY” AND “FLY-OVER” WAYPOINTS
  184. AAS 1.10 OPERATIONAL USE OF UNMANNED AIRCRAFT (UA)
  185. AAS 1.9 REMOVAL OF GROUND BASED AIDS
  186. AAS 1.8 4D TRAJECTORY CONCEPTS/MANAGEMENT
  187. AAS 1.7 DISPLAY OF GNSS STATUS TO ATC
  188. AAS 1.6 DATALINK APPLICATIONS – THE USE OF LOGICAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT (LACK)
  189. AAS 1.5 AIR-GROUND DATALINK
  190. AAS 1.4 REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP) and AREA NAVIGATION (RNAV)
  191. AAS 1.3 MODE S DEVELOPMENT
  192. AAS 1.2 AUTOMATIC DEPENDENT SURVEILLANCE (ADS)
  193. INFO 12.1.1 INTRODUCTION
  194. LM 11.1.1 FOUNDATIONAL AND GENERAL POLICY ON THE LEGAL LIABILITY OF THE CONTROLLER
  195. TRNG 10.1.1 AGE
  196. MED 9.1.1 GENERAL
  197. WC 8.1.1 IFATCA’s ROLE IN THE AREA OF PROFESSIONAL AND INDUSTRIAL ISSUES
  198. SEP 7.1 USE OF 1000FT VERTICAL SEPARATION ABOVE FL290
  199. SUR 6.1 SURVEILLANCE DEFINITIONS
  200. HELI 5.1 HELICOPTER OPERATIONS
  201. COM 4.1 ALPHA – NUMERIC CALLSIGNS
  202. ATS 3.1 REPLACEMENT FLIGHT PLANS
  203. ADME 2.1 CONVERGING RUNWAY OPERATIONS (CROPS)
  204. AAS 1.1 AIRBORNE COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEMS (ACAS)

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