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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.
Who 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.
Part 143 can be found in volume 4 of the CASR 1998. Recent amendments to this Part may be listed in the Unincorporated Amendments.
Manual of Standards
The Part 143 Manual of Standards is available on the Federal Register of Legislation website.
Part 143 history
The Part 143 history includes project and consultation activities conducted in relation to Part 143.
View the key proposals for the initial development of Part 143.