SERVICES

Aerodrome Training Australia  (ATA) offers a vast range of CASA MOS 139 - Aerodrome  and Part 61 Aerodrome training along with Nationally accredited Aerodrome Skillsets and the Certificate III in Aviation ( Aerodrome Operations) undertaken by  RTO ( K&M Harris - trading as Specialised Career Solutions Australia (RTO 32292)   www.scs.edu.au/aviation  and NON Accredited partnered courses though-out Australia and the Pacific region.

 

Aerodrome Training Australia provides  training necessary for Aerodrome Reporting Officers (AROs) and Work Safety Officers (WSOs) required by the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASRs) and the Manual of Standards Part 139 - Aerodromes.

The Civil Aviation Safety Authority supports national competency standards and training for AROs and WSOs, in order to achieve consistent levels of safety performance of aerodrome activities.

 

Competency can be achieved and or demonstrated in a number of ways including, but not limited to:

 

  • Face to face training and assessment provided by Aerodrome Training Australia  (ATA);

  • Blended training and assessment provided by a Level IV Certificated ATA  trainer (a ATA trainer holding a minimum Certificate IV in Training and Assessment) and who has experience in Aerodrome Operations;

  • Being supervised "on the job" (e.g. traineeship) and assessed by the aerodrome operator as being assessed competent under the direction of ATA ; or

  • • any combination of the above.

 

Core areas of competency as described in MOS Part 139 are:

  • A sound knowledge of the physical characteristics of an aerodrome movement area

  • Aerodrome Obstacle Limitation (OLS) Surfaces

  • Aerodrome Markings

  • Aerodrome Lighting and ground signals

  • Essential Aerodrome Safety Equipment

  • Understanding of aerodrome information contained in ERSA

  • An ability to carry out a serviceability inspection of an aerodrome

  • Knowledge of aerodrome emergency procedures

  • Knowledge of the (NOTAM) system

  • Ability to carry out aerodrome reporting procedures

Aerodrome Reporting Officers

Aerodrome Reporting Officer (ARO)   Skill Set

 

  • Inspect and report on aerodrome serviceability.

  • Inspect and report on serviceability of aerodrome lighting systems.

  • Inspect and report on obstacle limitation surfaces.

  • Complete a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM).

  • Operate aeronautical radio 

  • Facilitate the safety of aerodrome works and works site access.

  • Maintain basic situation awareness in the aviation workplace, and

  • Drive on the airside

 

Works Safety Officers
 
(Time Limited Works)

Works Safety Officer (WSO)  - "Time Limited Works"

 

 

  • Drive on the airside.

  •  Operate aeronautical radio 

  • - Facilitate the safety of aerodrome works and works site access, and

  • Maintain basic situation awareness in the aviation workplace

Works Safety Officer
 
(Method of Work Plan)

Works Safety Officer (WSO)  - "Method of Works Plan"  (MOWP) Skill Set

 

  • Inspect and report on aerodrome serviceability.

  • - Inspect and report on serviceability of aerodrome lighting systems.

  • Inspect and report on obstacle limitation surfaces, and

  • Complete a Notice to Airmen (NOTAM)

Radio Licensing
Aeronautical Radio Operator Certificate (AROC)

Aerodrome Staff, Ground Crew, ARO's and WSO's can complete the CASA Licensing approved Aeronautical Radio Operator Certificate - Form 64 - ROC

 

This course incurs an additional cost to applications undertaking the ARO or WSO course for CASA licensing

 

Consultancy

Aerodrome Training Australia can also assit aerodrome operators and staff in the following consultancy areas

 

  • MOS 139 - Training

  • Risk & Threat  Assessments

  • ARO & WSO recertifications or upgrades.

  • Security Audits

  • Supply of qualified ARO's or WSOs

  • Operational Security Protective details

Aviation & General English Language Proficiency tests
(G-ELP & A-ELP)

Aviation and General English Language Proficiency tests (AELP) or (GELP) are undertaken as part of either the ARO or WSO courses.

Candidates are assessed by our CASA certified and appointed testing officer and issued with the required paprework to submitt to CASA for licensing approvals meeting level 6  AELP or the AROC GELP  Form 61-9 ELP

 

This course can also be undertaken by any applicant requiring the CASA A-ELP or G-ELP certification as part of their aviation licensing requirments.

 

This course incurrs an additional cost to applications NOT undertaking the ARO or WSO course