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Aircraft Dispatcher Recurrent Training Program

Provides knowledge on a wide range of core and advanced subjects. Training is focused on the knowledge and skills which will improve operational safety and efficiency while reviewing the areas of knowledge and topics listed in CFR 14 part 65 and Appendix A.

$1,995* / 3 Days

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Program Details Comprehensive Training at a Fixed Cost

Course Curriculum
Cost & Payment
Location
Scheduling
Prerequisites
Required Items
Course Curriculum

Course Curriculum

Knowledge and topics listed in CFR 14 part 65 and Appendix A, including:

  • Regulations, changes, updates
  • Advanced Meteorology
  • Air Traffic Control
  • Navigation
  • Human Factors
  • Emergency Procedures
  • Academic Ground Training - 24 hours
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Aircraft systems
  • Aircraft performance review
  • MEL / CDL
  • Communications
  • Simulator Lab
Cost & Payment

Cost & Payment

Full payment is due upon arrival for training. Acceptable forms of payment are the following: American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, cash, cashier's check, money order, certified check, and traveler's checks. These checks must be made out to “ATP”. Personal and company checks are not accepted.

Location

Location

The ATP Aircraft Dispatcher Academy is located just south of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Aircraft dispatcher students have access to the resources available at the academy between 6am-10pm, seven days per week.

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Scheduling

Schedule Your Start Date

ATP's Aircraft Dispatcher Training Program is a full time program. Classes are typically held from 8:00a to 5:00p Monday through Friday, with occasional weekend attendance required.

To schedule your Aircraft Dispatcher Training Course call 1-904-595-7940, Monday through Friday between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM.

To reserve a training date and cover the cost of non-returnable training materials, ATP requires a $500 non-refundable first payment. This payment will be credited towards your program cost.

Acceptable forms of payment at the ATP Aircraft Dispatcher Academy include: cash, cashier's check, money order, certified check or traveler's checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Personal and company checks are not accepted.

Prerequisites

Prerequisites

  • Read, speak, write and understand the English language.
Required Items

Required Items

  • Current, Government-Issued Photo ID

A laptop computer is highly recommended, but is not required.

Dress Code

You will be receiving your aircraft dispatcher training at airline training centers that have strict dress codes. The dress code for all training is business casual. Wear a collared shirt, long pants and business shoes. Military flight suits, shorts, jeans, t-shirts, tennis shoes and open-toed shoes are not acceptable.

Training Center

The ATP Aircraft Dispatcher Academy is located south of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

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Housing

Recommended accommodations at discounted rates.

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International Students

Visa and international student requirements.

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Aircraft Dispatcher Jobs Current Openings

Your exciting career as an aircraft dispatcher awaits.

Skywest Airlines
St. George, UT (SGU)
PSA Airlines
Dayton, OH (DAY)
Silver Airways
Ft. Lauderdale, FL (FLL)
FlexJet
Cleveland, OH (CLE)
Spirit
Ft. Lauderdale, FL (FLL)
Republic Airways
Indianapolis, IN (IND)

Current ATP Job Openings

ATP is currently hiring graduates of the Aircraft Dispatcher Program for Flight Operations, Ground Instruction and other opportunities throughout the organization at 38 locations nationwide.

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I will never recommend any other school other than ATP. Their cool heads, willingness to guide students, and their kind hearts are what all others should strive to achieve, and yet they all fall short in comparison.

Stephen North

Aircraft Dispatcher Training Program Graduate