NOTAM Awareness Course
The NOTAM Awareness Course
Aerodrome Reporting is the notification of changes to the published aerodrome information or of any other occurrence or emergency affecting the safety of aircraft using the aerodrome and availability of the aerodrome. The occurrences may be known beforehand, as in planned aerodrome works, or discovered during an inspection of the aerodrome or obstacle limitation surfaces. The earlier the reporting is done, the most useful and most able to be effective it will be for the airlines. Correct and current information is important to commercial operators to allow them to maximise the operational benefits provided by the aerodrome facilities.
The Australian Airports Association NOTAM Awareness Course is to be used as a guide only and in conjunction with regulatory documents such as the Manual of Standards Part 139 – Aerodromes. The NOTAM Awareness Course was created to assist all NOTAM originators when submitting NOTAM requests in meeting ICAO and CASA recommendations and requirements.
Where and when: Online when convenient for you
Expected time to complete course: Two (2) hours
Enrolment fee: Free of Charge
Enrolment valid for: Two (2) months from time of first logon
Recognition: Certificate of Completion
The Australian Airports Association NOTAM Awareness Course is recommended for anyone who is required to raise, request, read and manage aerodrome reporting procedures.
The Australian Airports Association NOTAM Awareness Course covers the following topics:
- Aerodrome legislation and documentation
- Aerodrome reporting requirements
- Types of NOTAM
- NOTAM Conventions
- Requesting and raising a NOTAM
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NOTAM Awareness Course Features
Interactive screens that open additional levels of knowledge and background information
All screens include audio which the student can listen to or mute as required
A range of video demonstrations to reinforce teaching points that enable a visualisation of the process
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