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Train to be an ATC: Virtual Info Session

Monday 15 July 2024, 6pm

You’re invited to our ATC training programme virtual information session 

We’d love you to join us at this virtual info session for Airways International’s Air Traffic Control (ATC) training programme, on Monday 15 July 2024 at 6pm.

This is a free virtual event, brought to you via Microsoft Teams, where you will learn all about our ATC training programme, the application and selection process, and what you can expect in the role of an ATC.

Make sure to have all of your burning questions on hand for this interactive session – there will be an in-depth Q&A following the presentation.

HEAR FROM OUR EXPERTS DURING THIS SESSION:

Kelly de Lambert

Head of Training
Airways International Ltd

Philipp Zeitel

Training Quality Manager
Airways International Ltd

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Please note:  If you are unable to make this session, we will be holding a further session on Tuesday 23 July. Please keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for registration details.

Train as an Air Traffic Controller – do you have what it takes?

 

Are you interested in training for one of the most critical roles in aviation, helping to guide aircraft safely through the airspace?

Airways International, the accredited training provider for Airways, opens its air traffic services training programme for applications around twice a year.  We train Air Traffic Control (ATC) and Flight Service Operator (FSO) students in our training facilities in Christchurch, New Zealand – students then relocate to one of Airways’ regional control towers for further training, before applying for a job with Airways upon successful completion of the programme.

Find out more below about the training, the selection process, and the role of an ATC and FSO with Airways.

Applications for October 2024 intake now open

 

Applications for our training programme starting in October 2024 are now open – click “Apply now” below to complete our application form.  Applications will close on 31 July 2024.

PLEASE NOTE: This training is for New Zealand citizens and permanent residents, and Australian citizens only. Students will complete New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA) approved qualifications.