CIN:   C-222-2022
TITLE:
ADVANCED RADAR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ARATC)
STATUS:
A
STATUS DATE:
12/14/1992
DATA CURRENT AS OF: 5/29/2002
COURSE LENGTH: 26
COURSE SECURITY: NO CLEARANCE REQUIRED
TYPE COURSE:
C1 ENLISTED NEC
SKILL AWARD:
NEC 6901 Facility Rated Approach Controller EFF DATE: 13-OCT-1995  x
PURPOSE:
This course is designed to provide Navy and Marine Corps journeyman-level Air Traffic Controllers with advanced instruction in terminal radar approach control procedures, including technical knowledge and practical application. Hands-on training is provided on Arrival Control, Departure Control, and Approach Control operating positions. This course will provide the student with the training necessary to function effectively in a Radar Approach Control Facility. All students shall be required to demonstrate a knowledge of procedures, phraseology, and equipment encountered in the typical approach control environment.
SCOPE:
The Advanced Radar Air Traffic Control Course is designed to provide Air Traffic Controllers with advanced classroom and laboratory instruction in Naval Air Traffic Control, terminal area procedures, radar/non-radar rules and regulations, and OD-58 indicator/DAIR indoctrination. This course provides laboratory instruction in radar/non-radar application. The graduate will be able to function as a member of a radar approach control team, providing radar Air Traffic Control services to IFR and Special VFR air traffic within the terminal control area of responsibility. Graduates are given adequate time and exposure to complex laboratory exercises to acquire job-entry-level skill proficiency at each control position, using the Voice Activitated Shore Based Air Traffic Control Training System (SATS).
PREREQUISITES:
OTHER=USN and USMC personnel must be a graduate of the AC(A1) course, or equivalent. Student must be familiar with Chapter 1, sections 1 and 2, Chapter 2, sections 1 through 8, and Chapter 4, sections 2 through 8 of the FAA Handbook 7110.65, be enroute to a radar facility, and have at least two years rating experience. Must possess a current NAVMED 6410/2 Clearance Notice (AERONAUTICAL) signed by a Naval Flight Surgeon. and

PAYGRADE=E5 and

RATE=AC and

REMAINING ENLISTMENT MONTHS=24
TRAINING PROGRAM COORDINATOR (TPC):
RESOURCE SPONSOR: N78
TRAINING PROGRAM MANAGER: