AITS specializes in the training of Aerodrome Reporting Officers (ARO) and Works Safety Officers (WSO) and Aerodrome Administrators (Managers). Customised training courses/workshops can also be tailored to meet individual aerodrome operator needs. David is a Certificate IV Qualified Trainer and Assessor and has been endorsed by CASA in the training of ARO and WSO.
To date David has trained/retrained over 400 ARO/WSO from 52 Certified, Registered and Other (Unclassified) aerodromes ranging from Code 1 to Code 4. These aerodromes have been in Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, NSW and Queensland.
WORKS SAFETY AND REPORTING OFFICER TRAINING
The course covers all the training requirements for aerodrome reporting officers and works safety officers. Each course is tailored to meet a group of aerodrome's individual class and code and
is interactive utilizing a model airport and power point presentations to illustrate aerodromes layouts, operational problems, and to provide class exercises.
The duration of the course is normally 3 days. A refresher course for those with proven prior competency is held over 2 days.
Course manuals have been prepared to address the requirements of the Manual os Standards 139 (MOS139),
Aeronautical Information Circular 139-13(0) (AC 139-13 (0))"TRAINING OF AERODROME REPORTING OFFICERS AND WORKS SAFETY OFFICERS" and the Australian Airports Association (AAA)
Competency Standards for AERODROME INSPECTION and REPORTING and WORKS SAFETY.
Manuals, handbooks and USBs are provided to each participant for their future reference and use.
Topics covered in the training course/manual include, but are not restricted to: