Mish Aviation Flying School

"TRAINING PROVIDED IS UNPARALLELED BY ANY FLIGHT SCHOOL IN THE REGION"

INTRODUCTION TO FLIGHT OPERATIONS/FLIGHT DISPATCH OFFICER TRAINING COURSE

Welcome to Mishaviation Flying School Flying School.
Inside  this  brochure  you  will  find what  to  look  forward  to  in  the Ab-initio  Flight  Operations  Officer and  Flight  Dispatcher  course  at  Mishaviation Flying School , what you can anticipate from working in the aviation industry and  what  we  will  expect  from  you  if  you  make  the  decision  to  undergo your Ab-Initio Flight Operations Officer and or Flight Dispatcher training with us.

This course requires hard work and dedication for the entire 12 weeks duration, and at the end of it all, you will be equipped with the requisite skills to become a full-fledged Flight Dispatcher. Flight Operations Officers/Flight Dispatchers manage the daily operations of Airlines. They work in the Airline’s Operations Control Center (Flight Dispatch Office).  Most Operational Control Centers are run on a 24 hour around-the-clock basis. Some airlines   have   flights   operations   on   a   global   scale,   with   hundreds   of aircraft, and thousands of crew members. Airline Dispatchers coordinate all   functions   of   the   airline,   and   have   the   authority   to   cross   all organizational lines.

The Operational Control Center serves as the airlines' nerve center. Flight Dispatchers are responsible, in joint agreement with the Airline Captains, for flight planning, route selection, altitude selection, fuel load requirements, weather reports, aircraft legality, and complying with Civil Aviation Regulations.

COURSE OBJECTIVE
The objective of the Flight Operations Officer/ Flight Dispatcher course is to prepare the trainee to be able to understand and successfully obtain passes in written, oral, and practical GCAA Flight Operations Officers/Flight Dispatchers examinations of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority. After passing the relevant GCAA examinations, the trainee will be awarded a Flight Dispatcher’s License. This License is recognized by all IICAO member states.

SUBJECTS COVERED IN THIS COURSE

Material that will be covered during the next 12 weeks of your FOO/FD course at Mishaviation Flying School will include:

Introduction and Orientation:

Aviation Maths and Terminology

Civil Air Law and Regulations

Aviation Indoctrination

Aircraft Mass, Performance and Navigation

Air Traffic management

Meteorology (study of Weather and its effect on aircraft operation)

Mass and Balance Control

Transport of Dangerous goods by Air

Flight Planning and Flight Monitoring

Communication and Human Factors

Security (emergencies and abnormal situations)

Aircraft Systems

 CLASS TESTS AND FINAL EXAMINATIONS
Examinations will be conducted for each subject or combination of subjects and candidates are expected to obtain a pass mark of 80% in each subject. Candidates must have written and passed all examinations in all the subject areas by the end of the course. Should any trainee obtain a mark of 79% or lower in any test, the trainee will re-write the test after 25 hours ground school instruction/revision.  Each trainee will have two (2) attempts to write any one test.  Should a   failure occur on the second  attempt  at  the  test, the trainee will be withdrawn  from  the  rest  of  the course.   The   instructor   may at his   discretion      conduct   an   oral examination with the trainee after the first attempt. Further participation in the course will depend on the trainee’s performance at this oral examination.

The   pass mark   for   the School’s License Mock Exam is 80%, trainees will be given only one opportunity to write this exam before presentation to the GCAA for the Final GCAA License exam. Should a failure occur, a trainee will NOT be presented to GCAA for the Final License Exam. The trainees will have to undergo an interview, appearing before the school’s Academic and Students finance board. The result will determine the necessary next line of action for each candidate before they may retake the examinations again.

 DURATION

The Flight Dispatcher/Flight Operations Officer course ground school lasts 12 weeks in total. Ground School classes will be held from Monday to Friday (9am to 3pm daily).

 

TRAINEE DISPATCHER ENTRY QUALIFICATIONS
Applicants for a Flight Operations   Officers/Dispatcher   course   must possess at least SSCE/WASSCE Certificate with aggregate 6 – 24; passes must include English, Core Mathematics, and Physics. Graduates, Diploma Holders and those with an HND Science background are also eligible for the course.  Trainees should be able to speak, read and write English (ICAO Level 6 is most advantageous, but minimum acceptable is level 4 ). All instruction including the ground instruction is conducted in English. All  applicants  or  candidates  who  wish  to  be  admitted  to  the  Mishaviation Flying School  Flight Operations Officer/Flight Dispatcher Course will be required to pass an aptitude test.   The pass marks for this test is 75%, any candidate who does not attain this score will NOT be admitted on the course.

UNIFORM
Trainees will attend all ground school lectures in the uniform provided by the School, unless a waiver was granted prior to commencement by special conditions.

ABSENTEEISM
Trainees will be expected to have an average attendance of 90% before they may be presented for any Examination. Late Arrival to classes will not be tolerated. The aviation industry is meticulous about time keeping; trainees will be expected to be punctual at all times. No trainee will be allowed into a classroom after the instructor has entered the classroom for each lesson.

PRE-COURSE STUDY MATERIAL
Following enrollment, MAFS will provide trainees with all the necessary study material before the start of the course.

COURSE COMPLETION STANDARDS
Mishaviation Flying School strives to achieve the highest standard during the course of training; it does not guarantee that all Candidates will make the   requisite   grade   required   of   the GCAA   exams. Candidates who are referred in any of their exams will be given a second opportunity to re-sit the exam upon payment of an agreed fee. After successful completion of the classroom course, candidates will be attached to an Airline for on-the-job training Mishaviation Flying School would organize  tours  for trainees to  the  relevant operational  areas  such  as  the  Air  Traffic  Control  and  Flight  Dispatch Offices of the various airlines that operate at the Kotoka International Airport.

CANCELLATION POLICY
Candidates who register for any Mishaviation Flying School Program but for any reason are unable to attend the courses they registered for, must give notice of their inability to be present, no later than seven (7) calendar days prior to the commencement of the course. Failure to do so will result in of forfeiture of the full fees. The course is arranged based on minimum number of candidates.

COURSE WITHDRAWAL
Candidates may be withdrawn from any course for any of the following reasons:

• Poor attendance record.
• Non compliance with MAFS regulations.
• Rudeness to any member of staff particularly Instructors.
• Persistent lateness to class
• Nonpayment of fees

ANY TRAINEE WITHDRAWN FROM THEIR COURSE FOR ANY OF THE REASONS ABOVE OR FOR ANY OTHER REASONS WHATSOEVER WILL FORFEIT THEIR ENTIRE COURSE FEE (S).

Important: Trainees are expected to be punctual for all classes and be appropriately attired. Any trainee who reports late for a class may be refused entry into the classroom for that session only. The school will not be responsible for any missed training lesson/session (s) under any way circumstances. The candidate will make own effort to cover up for all missed lesson/session (s) regardless of the circumstances, unless the circumstance was due to the school’s inability to conduct that or those particular lesson/session (s).

Please Note: Enrollment forms are available online. We require that each prospective candidate completes this form providing all the necessary details. Candidate’s name, as it appears on their enrollment form will   appear   on   all   training   related   documentation   and   all certificates issued. The school advises candidates use names as it appears on passports.

AWARD OF CERTIFICATE (S)
Graduates of Mishaviation Flying School Flight Operations Officers course (FOO) will be issue with Mish Aviation Completion Certificate, while those participate in the full Flight Operations Officer/Dispatcher course would be awarded a Mish Aviation Flying School Certificate in addition to the ICAO Dispatcher License which will be issued by the Ghana Civil Aviation on completion of the on job training which GCAA shall stipulate at the end of the Mish Aviation training.

JOB PROSPECTS
Mishaviation Flying School is an Approved Training Organization with mandate to train candidates for the issue of ICAO licenses by GCAA in various approved course, but it does not guarantee employment for any trainee on completion of the course.

Age: Applicants must be at least 21 years of age.

COURSE FEES
Course fees are periodically adjusted, and may be negotiated depending on the number of participants registered; per organization/per a class, for any particular course.

These fees do not reflect VAT & NHIL charges; hence clarification of total costs will be reflected on the invoice prior to the commencement of each course.

 All course fees are presented in United States Dollars but may be paid in its Cedi equivalent and must be paid in full, no later than; a month/thirty calendar days (30) in advance of the course commencement date to guarantee the reservation.

Course Dates: Flight Operations Officer/Dispatcher Initial Training Courses are run throughout the year. Please contact Mishaviation Flying School to enquire about the next

starting dates as well as the pre-course screening and registration dates. Course dates will also be published on our website: www.mishaviation.com 

 

ENQUIRIES
Please refer all queries or enquiries to: The Administrative/Student Planning Officer
Mishaviation Flying School Flying School,
Mish Aviation House, E12 Knights Close
Community 22, Tema - Ghana

Tel: (+233): (0) 302 916 350, Mob:

Email: info@mishaviation.com Website Address: www.mishaviation.com

Quality Assurance

Having a reliable on-site aircraft maintenance facility in order to secure continuity of training is of fundamental importance to Mish Aviation.

Mish Aviation Flight School is extremely proud of its on-site aircraft maintenance capability that has enabled the school to have a very reliable fleet of serviceable training aircraft available to carry out its training task.

We operate a very stringent and proactive maintenance program at Mish Aviation.

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