Basic Diploma in Flight Dispatcher
A Flight Dispatcher, often referred to as an airline dispatcher or a flight operations officer, aids in determining flight paths by considering factors such as aircraft performance and payload, en route winds, thunderstorm and turbulence forecasts, airspace restrictions, and airport conditions. A flight-following service is also offered by dispatchers, who also inform pilots of any changes in the weather.
Qualification: Minimum +2 or Graduate
Age: 18-25 Years
A dispatcher must be certified by the aviation authority of the country in which they operate or have a base of operations, such as the DGCA in India and the FAA/DOT (Federal Aviation Administration/Department of Transportation) in the United States. In order to obtain a certificate, a candidate must demonstrate extensive knowledge of meteorology and of aviation in general, and in this Basic Flight Dispatcher course, students will get a Basic knowledge about Flight Dispatcher, for DGCA certification in India, apply through Airlines for the exam.
CURRICULUM OF THE COURSE
Module 1 (LAW) covers air law and air traffic control; Module 2 (POF) covers principles of flight; Module 3 (TEC) covers aircraft systems and engines; Module 4 (M&B) covers mass and balance; Module 5 (PEF) covers performance; Module 6 (NAV) covers navigation; Module 7 (MET) covers meteorology; Module 8 (FPL&FM) covers flight planning and flight monitoring; Module 9 (OPR) covers operational procedures; and Module 10 covers operational procedures (HPL) Performance and restrictions of people.
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