training organisations fall into the following two categories; Initial Training
Organisations (ITO) and Training Organisations (TO).
certified to provide the following training:
they may provide the following training if approved to do so:
ANSPs who are certified to provide an Air Traffic Control (ATC) services must
also be certified as a Training Organisation to provide the following training:
In addition, they may provide the following training if approved to do
initial training at an ITOs or unit training at a TO, the organisations must be
in possession of the relevant certificate issued by the CAA in accordance with
Regulation 2015/340 Annex II, Subpart E.
certification the organisations must demonstrate compliance with the
requirements of Regulation 2015/340 Annex III (Part ATCO.OR).
for certification as an TO is made to the CAA on form SRG1427.
for certification as an ITO is made to the CAA on form SRG1431.
for certification as an ITO or TO are also to complete the relevant sections of
the Regulation 2015/340 Air Traffic Controllers Licensing and Certification
compliance matrix and submit the completed matrix with their application.
compliance matrices should reference applicable supporting documentation, which
must also be submitted.
There is no
charge for the issue of a certificate to a TO as this is included within the
change for ANSP certification and designation.
There is a
charge associated with the issue of a certificate to an ITO and the appropriate
payment must be submitted with the SRG1431 application. Refer to CAA Scheme of
Charges ORS5 - Personnel Licensing.
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