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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Students from Nine Asian and African Countries Trained at Civil Aviation University of China 2nd Radar Management of Approaching Aircraft Training Class for Developing Countries will be Held


The 2nd Radar Management of Approaching Aircraft training class, a program of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) for developing countries was opened at Civil Aviation University of China (CAUC). Ten students from nine Asian and African countries including Bangladesh, Cambodia, Burma, Nepal, North Korea, Ethiopia, Tunisia, Mauritius, and Zimbabwe attended the four-week air traffic management officer training. During the training, students would learn radar theory, operation procedure and technique, as well as management skills to get hold of basic knowledge, commonly used deployment method and skill of radar management, and through on-site internship to obtain the radar management license. CAAC and ICAO signed the memorandum of understanding agreeing on CAAC’s relevant training organization to provide training for civil aviation management officers of developing countries. According to the agreement, CAAC and Department of Commerce initiated jointly, ICAO sent out the enrollment information to developing countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America, and then CAAC and ICAO would select trainees from over 30 countries. On March 2009, CAUC had successfully held the 1st Radar Management of Approaching Aircraft Training for 12 Asian, African and Latin-American developing countries. This was the 2nd training held jointly by ICAO and China.


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