Learning Outcome

VV Enroute™ teaches a wide range of practical ATC skills and provides the facility to practice them to a high level of expertise. Primary competencies covered are:

  • Vectoring
  • Conflict recognition
  • Conflict resolution by vectoring
  • Scanning
  • Projection
  • Task Management
  • Prioritization
  • Sequencing
  • Separation
  • Interface usage

By the end of the course, the student will be able to process multiple aircraft across complex Area/Enroute airspace in the surveillance environment, including separation of conflicting traffic and sequencing outbound traffic through a common gate.

Aside from skills acquisition, the other significant benefit to the student of VV Enroute™ in preparation for formal training is an indication that he/she possesses the cognitive capacity to cope with the unique mental demands of ATC, and so engenders a vital factor in all learning - confidence. In many cases, traditional ATC training is unable to do this, because it is a high-pressure learning environment with very limited lesson time and even more limited opportunity for practice. The training experience is stressful and challenging and the student 'sinks or swims'. The baseline of acquired skills and the confidence in using this skills attained from undertaking VV Enroute™ will lower the learning curve and likely result in better training outcomes and fewer failures.

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Course Outline