FLIGHT DISPATCHER TRAINING

Flight dispatcher training

If you have a passion for aviation, consider a career as a flight Dispatcher, one of the most exciting and best paying jobs in the airline industry. Commercial aviation is expanding worldwide, and now is an excellent time for you to begin this exciting career. Positions are available with airlines throughout the world.

International Aviation College, Ilorin provides all your training. We offer an NCAA-approved six-months Flight Dispatcher Training Course at our college campus in Ilorin,Kwara State,Nigeria. You will learn in a classroom setting, at our modern airport facility and from experienced instructors.

After graduation from IAC and certification, you will be ready to work in an airline’s Operations Control Center, making decisions and sharing responsibility with an airline captain regarding daily flight operations; you will be the “captain on the ground.” A Flight Dispatcher plans flights (based on weather, aircraft maintenance, airport navigational facilities, Notices to Airmen, alternate airports, etc.) The Dispatcher also may cancel or delay flights to ensure the safety of each flight. You typically work in a central office that controls all the flights for your airline. The Dispatcher is a very important person in the operation of an airline.

For such an excellent career, which pays up to USD $80,000 a year with experience, you must be qualified. International Aviation College, Ilorin provides all the trainings you need. Airlines in the U.S. and in countries throughout the world hire FAA-certified dispatchers. If you are an international student, International Aviation College, Ilorin will assist you in obtaining a student visa which enables you to study in Nigeria. We will train you for your NCAA license. Graduates of the Airline Dispatcher Course must be at least 17 years of age
During your training you will study many of the same things pilots learn and even more.

What You’ll Learn

  • BASIC AND ADVANCED METEOROLOGY
  • COMMUNICATIONS
  • INSTRUMENT APPROACH PROCEDURES
  • FEDERAL AVIATION REGULATIONS
  • AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS AND PERFORMANCE
  • INSTRUMENT APPROACH PLATES & ENROUTE CHARTS
  • GLOBAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
  • NAVIGATION
  • GRAPHIC AND NON-GRAPHIC WEATHE
  • AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
  • FLIGHT PLANNING
  • EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
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