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To become a CAA Authorised ROCC Examiner you need to have:
If you hold an Air Traffic Control Offices (ATCO) or a Flight Information Service Officers (FISO) licence, you will
be considered for authorisation as an AGCS ROCC Examiner, provided current Unit Endorsements and Validations, as
appropriate, are held.
If you’re an ATCO or FISO who does not hold an ROCC, you will need to obtain one before being considered for
authorisation. Application for an ROCC is made to the CAA on form SRG 1413.
There is no CAA application form for applying to become a CAA Authorised ROCC Examiner.
You need to include:
You need to send your application via email to the CAA ATS Licensing Referrals Officer at email@example.com.
Application to become a CAA Authorised ROCC Examiner for a ‘Parachute ROCC’ is devolved to the
British Parachute Association (BPA) and application should be made direct to the
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