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CASR Part 143 - Air traffic services training providers
Part 143 of CASR details the certification requirements for approval as an air traffic controller training organisation and supports the entry of new training providers into the market. It includes operating rules under which an ATS training provider:
- conducts training for ATS personnel
- examines ATS personnel
- conducts competency assessments of ATS personnel
- grants education qualifications
Training providers under Part 143 have to be recognised under the Australian qualifications framework—they must be accredited by the Australian National Training Authority (ANTA) and registered as a Registered Training Organisation.
ATS training providers
ATS training providers to be certified under the following:
- certification will be based on competency based training modules
- certification of a training organisation will require presentation by the organisation of an exposition and a valid `Registered Training Organisation' certificate. This material will then be assessed and if deemed satisfactory, a certificate will be granted
- training providers to be audited.
Who Part 143 affects
Part 143 affects:
- prospective service providers
- Airservices Australia
- aerodrome operators
- Department of Defence, if it chooses to certify its air traffic control training under Part 143; however, Defence does not require approval for the provision of air traffic control training as it operates under its own Act.
Projects are opened to revise a CASR Part.
There are currently no projects open for Part 143.
Consultation and project activities
Current rules in effect for Part 143 include:
Advisory material provide advice and guidance to explain particular regulatory requirements of a CASR Part.
There are currently no advisory documents for Part 143.