Radio Operator

Aeronautical Radio Operator Certificate (AROC)

The Radio Operator Course is designed to provide aviation radiotelephone knowledge, techniques and qualifications for pilots, non-pilot flightcrew such as Helicopter Hoist Operator Aircrew, Rescue Swimmers and Loadmasters, Emergency Services personnel members including Police, Fire, Ambulance and Helicopter Landing Officers / Landing Zone Coordinators within emergency services along with Ground Support Crew. This course enables graduates to communicate ground-to-air and vice versa during their normal duties and tasks within the aviation environment. This Radio Operator Course is the only course of its type that provides university certification on successful completion along with Continuing Education Unit’s (CEU’s). Successful graduates of the program are also awarded a CASA Aeronautical Radio Operator Certificate which can be used to demonstrate competency in other regions worldwide to attain a local radio operator license such as with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) within the United States. (Participants in other countries should check with their local regulatory authorities to ensure the CASA approval is sufficient for local use).

Course Availability and Schedule

As this course is self guided and delivered by either correspondence or 100% online, students can book onto the course anywhere worldwide at their convenience and complete the program at their own pace. The course is relevant to all operating areas around the world but discuss specifically FAA, CASA and EASA/JAA regulatory requirements in relation to aircraft radio operations and licensing.

Course Pre-requisites

Students will need to gain an Aviation Reference Number (ARN) with CASA as part of the license requirement either before undertaking the course or during to enable submission of the application and results of assessment. You can download the CASA Form 1162 at: http://www.casa.gov.au/wcmswr/_assets/main/manuals/regulate/fcl/form1162.pdf. Due to new regulations commencing on 1st September 2014, it is also a requirement for Aeronautical Radio Operator Certificate applicants to provide evidence in meeting the required English Language Proficiency with your application. For applicants wishing to undertake an assessment under the new regulations through ASL, you can book the assessment by going to: https://aslau.aspeqexams.com

Course Cost

$ 385.00

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For more information about this course and other courses contact us at:
Tel: 61-2-4821 9306
Email: training@antipodeanaviation.com