Unnecessary Weather Penetration was a factor in 30% of fatal accidents; 1 in 5 LOC-I accidents; and 44% of CFIT accidents between 2013 and 2017.
Strengthening tactical and operational decision making and weather situation awareness is critical to improving in-flight avoidance of adverse weather.
Combining both Human Factors and meteorological analysis methodology, this course will help ATCOs, pilots and dispatchers develop structured self-briefing strategies to enhance their weather situational awareness and that of their crew and staff. In addition, this course is designed to expand the skills you need to become a successful briefer. Whether its dispatchers briefing pilots or OCC staff; or an ATC shift briefing, or flight crew pre-flight briefing, this course is developed to specifically address how to prepare for and present effective briefings.
This one day (1 day) workshop is designed to train personnel to present detailed flight weather briefings and provide technical meteorological information to support operations.
The course will include such topics as:
Pilots, Air Traffic Controllers, Dispatchers, SAR, etc.
Participants must have a firm meteorology knowledge level equivalent to that of an Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL), ATC Licence or Military equivalent.
Must be familiar with weather products and services - including interpretation of weather charts, radar, satellite, METARs, TAFs, SPECIs, SIGMETs, etc.
Workshop Duration: 1 day (0900h to 1700h).
Location: Various locations – In-house available.
Fee: $425.00 USD
10% Discount when 6 or more participants from the same company (on the same invoice) are registered.
5% Discount when 3 - 5 participants from the same company (on the same invoice) are registered.
Customised in-house training also available.
From International Airline Operations to Business Aviation, Small Ops, and Offshore Helicopter
Our courses can be delivered to your offices and tailored to your organisation's needs. If you have a group of 5 or more individuals for this course, please contact us and we will provide you with information about bringing this course to your offices at a time convenient for you and your staff.
(C) John W. Dutcher (2014 - 2020)