CIN:   C-222-2017
TITLE:
CV CARRIER AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL CENTER TEAM TRAINING
STATUS:
A
STATUS DATE:
11/12/1985
DATA CURRENT AS OF: 5/29/2002
COURSE LENGTH: 12
COURSE SECURITY: NO CLEARANCE REQUIRED
TYPE COURSE:
T1 ENLISTED
SKILL AWARD:
x
PURPOSE:
To provide Carrier Air Traffic Control Center (CATCC) Teams with refresher training in order to gain/retain performance and individual skill proficiency in performing at-sea CATCC watch station/system operation functions.
SCOPE:
Course includes a brief review of CV NATOPS (NAVAIR 00-80T-105) and Carrier Air Traffic Control Manual (NAVAIR AE-CVATC-OPM-OOO) procedures. A minimum of four departure/recovery evolutions are conducted per day requiring team performance under simulated conditions of at-sea flight operations. Maximum flexibility given to CCA Officer/Supervisor in meeting and exceeding training requirements with specific areas, complexity, and depth of training based on Type Commander and CCA Officer/Supervisor input, results of initial CV NATOPS examinations, and staff observations. Emphasis is placed on exposure to the following: CV-1 recoveries using various off-set marshal points anywhere within 360 degrees of the final bearing; random recoveries to include aircraft established and commenced from marshal and aircraft vectored directly to the final bearing; flight break-ups/speed splits; carrier qualifications; ship turns during marshal, departure and recovery; Delta procedures; Case II/III transitions; tanker consolidation; setting hawks on low state aircraft and vectoring of low state aircraft to the recovery tanker; helicopter recoveries using PALS Mode III and surveillance approaches; and impairment of ship's and/or aircraft equipment capabilities. Training progress is measured by administration of CV NATOPS examinations at the beginning and end of the course and a graded CATCC Team Training Final Lab Evaluation conducted during the last recovery of the training period.
PREREQUISITES:
RATE AC or RATE AN
TRAINING PROGRAM COORDINATOR (TPC):
RESOURCE SPONSOR: N78
TRAINING PROGRAM MANAGER: