International students must have a M-1 visa to attend ATP's Aircraft Dispatcher Training Program.
International students who require a student visa, will complete a Student Visa Application Form. Upon accepting you as a student and receiving the initial program payment, you will receive an I-20 to take to the United States Embassy to apply for an M-1 visa.
- English Proficient
- 21 Years of Age (see below)
Per FAA regulations, the minimum age to be issued an aircraft dispatcher certificate is 23 year old. However, those not younger than 21 years of age may enroll in the Aircraft Dispatcher Training Program and take the FAA aircraft dispatcher practical exam. Upon successful completion of both, the applicant will be issued the aircraft dispatcher certificate after his or her 23rd birthday.
To schedule your 200 Hour Initial Aircraft Dispatcher Training Course, first complete a Student Visa Application Form and make a $1,400 USD payment as follows:
- $400 USD non-refundable application fee.
- $1000 USD first payment to reserve your class date. This payment applies to the course price.
Cancellation & Refund Policy
ATP will retain the $400 non-refundable application fee. In addition, ATP will retain the $1000 first payment for any program cancellation (unless cancellation is due to U.S Embassy denial of the M-1 visa).
When you are ready to select a class date and submit your application for processing, please call ATP International Admissions at:
- Phone: 1-904-595-7940
Already passed your ADX knowledge test?
You may be eligible for our reduced-cost Credit for Previous Experience (CPE) Dispatcher Course. Please call 1-904-595-7940 to review your eligibility.