ATCO training organisations fall into the following two categories; Initial Training Organisations (ITO) and Training Organisations (TO).
ITOs provide the following training:
Providers of Air Traffic Control (ATC) services must also be certified as a Training Organisation to provide the following training.
To provide initial training or unit training, ITOs and TOs, must be in possession of a certificate issued by the CAA in accordance with Regulation 2015/340 Annex II, Subpart E.
To achieve certification the ITO/TO must demonstrate compliance with the requirements of Regulation 2015/340 Annex III (Part ATCO.OR).
The consolidated version of the regulation is available at the following link ‘Regulation 2015/340 Easy Access version’.
Application for certification as an
ITO or TO is made to the CAA on form SRG 1427.
There is no
charge for the issue of a certificate to a TO as this is included within the
change for ANSP certification and designation.
There is a
charge associated with the issue of a certificate to an ITO and the appropriate
payment must be submitted with the SRG 1427 application. Refer to CAA Scheme of Charges No: 347.
certification as an ITO or TO are also to complete the relevant sections of the
Regulation 2015/340 Air Traffic Controllers Licensing and Certification
compliance matrix, available at the link below, and submit the completed matrix
with their application.
(Regulation 2015/340 Air Traffic Controllers Licensing and Certification
Compliance Matrix Issue 1)
matrices should reference applicable supporting documentation, which must also
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