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Civil Aviation Requirements

THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION

MYANMAR CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS

Part 5 : Air Navigation Services

Section 4 - Air Traffic Control Licensing ( ATCL )

Second Edition
Issued Date: 1st January 2013
MCAR PART 5 - AIR NAVIGATION SERVICES
SECTION 4 - AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL LICENSING

RECORD AMENDMENTS AND CORRIGENDA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1. AUTHORITY

2. SCOPE
3. EFFECTIVE DATE
4. ATTACHEMENTS
5. STUDENT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER
6. STUDENT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER LICENCE
7. REQUIREMENTS FOR ATC LICENCE
8. APPROVED AVIATION TRAINING ORGANIZATIONS
9. APPROVED COURSES
10. APPROVED SYLLABUS FOR LICENCE & RATINGS
11. KNOWLEDGE REQUIREMENTS- LICENCE
12. KNOWLEDEGE REQUIREMENTS – RATINGS
13. EXPERIENCE (OJT) REQUIREMENTS – LICENCE
14. EXPERIENCE (OJT) REQUIREMENTS – RATINGS
15. RATING EXAMINATIONS
16. SKILL TESTS AND ASSESSMENT STANDARDS
17. CURRENCY REQUIREMENT OF LICENCE AND RATING
18. ISSUE REQUIREMENTS – LICENCE
19. RENEWAL REQUIREMENTS – LICENCE
20. RE-VALIDATION REQUIREMENTS – LICENCE
21. ISSUE REQUIREMENTS – ADDITIONAL RATINGS
22. CONCURRENT ISSUANCE OF TWO ATC RATINGS
23. VALIDITY PERIODS
24. PRIVILEGES OF ATC LICENCE & RATINGS
25. OJT INSTRUCTOR ENDORSEMENT REQUIREMENTS
26. CHECK ATCO (CATCO)
27. FEE SCHEDULE

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Preface PRF-1 Initial Issue 1/1/2013
List of Amendments LOA-1 Initial Issue 1/1/2013
List of Effective Pages LEP-1 Initial Issue 1/1/2013
Table of Contents TOC-1 Initial Issue 1/1/2013

Definitions 1 Amendment 01 1/1/2013


1 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
Air Traffic Control Licensing 1 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
Chapter 3 2 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
3 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
4 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
5 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
6 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
7 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
8 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
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10 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
11 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
12 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
13 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
14 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
15 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
16 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
17 Amendment 01 1/1/2013
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Attachment C ATT C-1 1/1/2013
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Attachment D ATT D-1 1/1/2013
ATT D-2 1/1/2013
Attachment E ATT E-1 1/1/2013
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THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION

CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS

MCAR PART 5 – AIR NAVIGATION SERVICE

1st January, 2013 EFFECTIVE: FORTHWITH

SECTION 4: AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL LICENSING (ATCL)

Preface

These requirements are published to be used for the purpose of issuing, renewal, and medical
assessment of Air Traffic Controller licences and its associated ratings in Myanmar.

It is emphasized that all the issues pertaining to these requirements will not be covered in this
publication. In this regards whenever changes in regulations and technology occur there is no doubt
necessitate the changes to this requirement.

Comments and suggestions for amendment and or revision to this publication should be forwarded
to the Director of Air Traffic Services or Director General of department of Civil Aviation Myanmar.

The First Edition of MCAR Part 5 ATCL is superseded by this Second Edition, Dated 1st January
2013.

Tin Naing Tun


Director General
Department of Civil Aviation
Myanmar

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DEFINITIONS
Aerodrome control Service: Air Traffic control service for aerodrome traffic.
Air Traffic: All aircraft in flight or operating on the maneuvering area of an aerodrome.
Air Traffic Service: A generic term meaning variously, flight information service, alerting service, air traffic
advisory service, air traffic control service (area control service, approach control service or aerodrome control
service).
Air Traffic control Unit: A generic term meaning variously, area control centre, and approach control office or
aerodrome control tower.
Air Traffic control service: A service provided for the purpose of;
Preventing collisions;
a) Between aircraft, and
b) On the maneuvering area between aircraft and obstructions; and
c) Expediting and maintaining an orderly flow of air traffic.
Approach Control Service: Air traffic control service for arriving or departing controlled flights.
Area Control Service: Air traffic control service for controlled flights in controlled areas.
Approved aviation Training Centre: A training centre approved by DCA or a training centre of a contracting
state recognized by the DCA; that imparts training for issue of an Air Traffic Controller Licence or Rating.
Approved Course: A course/ syllabus approved by the DCA or a course/syllabus of a contracting state
recognized by the DCA for the issue of an Air Traffic controller Licence or Rating.
Approved Person: A person Approved by the DCA for a specific function.
Authorized Person: An Authorized person is an Approved Person.
Basic Rating: The first endorsements of any of the ATC Ratings of any ATS Unit/Airport on the Licence of an
ATCO.
Instructor: An approved ATCO authorized to conduct Basic/Radar ATCO Course.
Licensing Authority: The Authority designated by the DCA in accordance with ICAO Annex 1. The Licensing
Authority shall deemed to be implementing the under mentioned actions through the Licensing Office:
1. Assessment of applicants’ qualifications to hold a Licence or a Rating.
2. Issued and endorsement of Licence and Ratings.
3. Validation of Licence issued by other Contracting States.
Medical Assessment. The evidence issued by a Contracting State that the licence holder meets specific
requirements of medical fitness.

Medical assessor. A physician qualified and experienced in the practice of aviation medicine who evaluates
medical reports submitted to the Licensing Authority by medical examiners.

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Medical examiner. A physician with training in aviation medicine and practical knowledge and experience of
the aviation environment, who is designated by the Licensing Authority to conduct medical examinations of
fitness of applicants for licences or ratings for which medical requirements are prescribed.
OJT Instructor (OJTI): An ATCO, with an OJTI Endorsement on ATC Licence, authorized to supervise and
conduct On Job Training of ATCOs.
Rated air traffic controller. An air traffic controller holding a licence and valid ratings appropriate to the
privileges to be exercised.

Rating: An authorization entered on or associated with a Licence or Certificate and forming part thereof, stating
conditions, privileges or limitations pertaining to such Licence or Certificate.
Temporary Permit: Temporary permit is a specific Authorization issued by the Licensing Office to an
application who is undergoing training for the issuance of a ATC Licence; or in lieu of a Licence, where a
Licence has been lost; or the Licence has expired; and the applicant wishes to meet the revalidation requirement
to revalidate the Licence/Rating.

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MCAR : PART 5 - AIR NAVIGATION SERVICES

23nd January, 2009 EFFECTIVE: FORTHWITH

SECTION 4: AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER LICENCE (ATCL)

1. AUTHORITY
1.1 This Civil Aviation Requirement for Air Traffic Controller Licensing and Training is issued by the
Director-General of the Department Civil Aviation in pursuance of the powers vested in him under
Rule 133 A, of the Myanmar Aircraft Rules, 1937 (Amendment 2013).
1.2 In pursuance of the power vested in him under Act 5(A) (c) of Myanmar of Aircraft Act
(Amendment 2013), Director General of Department of Civil Aviation is the authorized person for
issuing ATC Licence.

2. SCOPE
2.1 This MCAR relates to the issue, renewal and re-validation of Air Traffic Controller Licence
(ATCL).
2.2 All persons intending to act as an Air Traffic Controller in Myanmar shall comply with the
instructions contained in this MCAR, other relevant Air Safety Circulars (Licensing), Manual of
Air Traffic Services, Manual Standard of Air Traffic Control Licensing, ATC Licensing Policy,
ATC Assessment Manual and other instructions issued from time to time.

3. EFFECTIVE DATE
3.1 This MCAR shall come into force with immediate effect.
4. ATTACHEMENTS
Attachment – A ATCL-Form 1. Applications for ATC Licence
Attachment – B ATCL-Form 2. Oral Evaluation Examination Report
Attachment – C ATCL-Form 3A. Assessment Report – Non Radar Ratings
Attachment – D ATCL-Form 3B. Assessment Report – Radar Ratings
Attachment – E ATCL-Form 4. Monitoring Report – Approved Person
Attachment – F ATCL-Form 5. On Job Training Report

5. STUDENT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER


5.1 The appropriate measures shall be taken to ensure that student air traffic controllers do not
constitute a hazard to air navigation.
6. STUDENT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER LICENCE
6.1 Student ATC licenses are issued to potential air traffic controllers who have successfully
completed an approved initial course of ATC training (Basic ATC/Aerodrome Control Course)
and who will be undertaking unit training towards the grant of an air traffic controller licence.
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6.2 A student air traffic controller licence permits the holder to train in the operational environment
under the supervision of an On-the-Job Training Instructor (OJTI).
6.3 A Licensing authority shall not permit a student air traffic controller to receive instruction in an
operational environment unless that student air traffic controller holds a current Class 3 Medical
Assessment.
7. REQUIREMENTS FOR ISSUE OF ATC LICENCE:
7.1 Before issuing an air traffic controller licence, Myanmar shall require the applicant to meet the
requirements prescribed below and the requirements of at least one of the ratings set out in
12.Unlicensed employees may operate as air traffic controllers on condition that they meet the
same requirements prescribed below.
7.1.1 Age: An applicant shall be not less than 21 years of age.
7.1.2 Knowledge: The applicant shall have demonstrated a level of knowledge appropriate to
the holder of an air traffic controller licence, in at least the following subjects:
7.1.3 Air law
7.1.3.1 rules and regulations relevant to the air traffic controller; Air traffic control
equipment
7.1.3.2 principles, use and limitations of equipment used in air traffic control;

7.1.4 General knowledge

7.1.4.1 principles of flight; principles of operation and functioning of aircraft, engines


and systems; aircraft performances relevant to air traffic control operations;

7.1.5 Human performance

7.1.5.1 human performance including principles of threat and error management;

Note.— Guidance material to design training programmes on human performance, including threat
and error management, can be found in the Human Factors Training Manual (Doc 9683).

7.1.6 Meteorology

7.1.6.1 Aeronautical meteorology; use and appreciation of meteorological


documentation and information; origin and characteristics of weather phenomena
affecting flight operations and safety; altimetry;

7.1.7 Navigation

7.1.7.1 principles of air navigation; principle, limitation and accuracy of navigation


systems and visual aids; and

7.1.8 Operational procedures

7.1.8.1 Air traffic control, communication, radiotelephony and phraseology procedures


(routine, non-routine and emergency); use of the relevant aeronautical
documentation; safety practices associated with flight.

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7.1.9 Experience:

7.1.9.1 The applicant shall have completed an approved training course and not less than
three months’ satisfactory service engaged in the actual control of air traffic
under the supervision of an appropriately rated air traffic controller. The
experience requirements specified for air traffic controller ratings in 4.4 may be
credited as part of the experience specified in this paragraph.

7.1.10 Medical Assessment:

7.1.10.1 An applicant shall hold at least class III Medical Assessment in accordance
with the scope, limitations, privileges and procedures outlined in Annex
1,ICAO Doc 8984-AN/895 (Manual of Civil Aviation Medicine) and Manual
of Air Traffic Control Licensing.

7.1.11 English Proficiency:


7.1.11.1 An applicant shall be capable of speaking, reading and understanding the
English language. The applicant shall demonstrate compliance with ICAO
Operational level 4 of the ICAO Language proficiency rating scale as given in
ICAO Annex 1.
7.1.11.2 Should the applicant not demonstrate compliance with Operational level 4 of
the ICAO Language proficiency, ATC duties will be assigned at Domestic
Airports that are not involved in international aircraft operation.
7.1.12 Educational Qualification:
7.1.12.1 An applicant shall be graduated with any subjects.
8. TRAINING ORGANIZATIONS
8.1 Civil Aviation Training Institute, Yangon (CATI) is in house training of DCA, Myanmar is
approved Aviation Training Organizations for the conduct of Basic ATC Courses and Radar
Courses for Air Traffic Controllers.
9. APPROVAL – INSTRUCTORS

9.1 The ATS Instructors at Civil Aviation Training Institute (CATI), Yangon are the approved
Instructors for conducting the Basic ATC Course and the Radar courses for Air Traffic
Controllers.

9.2 An Instructor for the Basic ATC / Radar Course Shall be approved subject to

9.2.1 Holds or has held ATCO Licence / Authorization for 7 years.

9.2.2 Suitable temperament and above board conduct.

9.2.3 Has carried out Instruction under-supervision for at least one Course or has
qualified instructional technique course.

9.2.4 Approval shall be subject to a ‘Satisfactory’ assessment report by DCATCO,


authorized by Operations Directorate, on monitoring report. Approval shall remain
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valid for a period of 5 years unless suspended / cancelled or revoked by director


General.

9.2.5 The approval may be renewed subject to a satisfactory report by DCATCO,


authorized by the Operations Directorate, on Monitoring Report.

9.2.6 A copy of the Approval letter of ATS Instructor will be sent by the Operations
Directorate to the Licensing Office for record and reference

10 APPROVED COURSES
10.1 The basic ATC, Aerodrome Control, Approach, Area Control (Procedural and Surveillance)
Courses, based on ICAO syllabus, conducted by Department of Civil Aviation at Civil
Aviation Training Institute, Yangon (CATI) for the training of Air Traffic Controllers.

11 APPROVED SYLLABUS FOR LICENCE & RATINGS


11.1 The syllabus for ATC Licence & Ratings shall also include ICAO Annexes and documents as
under:
11.1.1 Rules of the Air – ICAO Annex 2.
11.1.2 Meteorological Service for International air Navigation – ICAO Annex 3.
11.1.3 Units of Measurement – ICAO Annex 5.
11.1.4 Operation of Aircraft – ICAO Annex 6 (Volume –I).
11.1.5 Aeronautical Telecommunication – ICAO Annex 10 (Volume-II).
11.1.6 Air Traffic Services – ICAO Annex 11.
11.1.7 Aerodromes – ICAO Annex 14 (Volume 1).
11.1.8 Aeronautical Information Service – ICAO Annex 15.
11.1.9 PANS-ATM – ICAO Doc 4444.
11.1.10 CATI Course Material for Basic ATC Course.
11.1.11 CATI Course Material for Radar Course
11.1.12 Manual of Air Traffic Services.
11.1.13 Aeronautical Information Publication.
12 AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER RATINGS

12.1 Categories of air traffic controller ratings: Air traffic controller ratings shall comprise the
following categories:

12.1.1 aerodrome control rating;


12.1.2 approach control procedural rating;

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12.1.3 approach control surveillance rating;


12.1.4 approach precision radar control rating;
12.1.5 area control procedural rating; and
12.1.6 area control surveillance rating.

Note. — The World Meteorological Organization has specified requirements for personnel making
meteorological observations which apply to air traffic controllers providing such a service.

13 KNOWLEDEGE REQUIREMENTS – RATINGS


13.1 Knowledge: The applicant shall have demonstrated a level of knowledge appropriate to the
privileges granted, in at least the following subjects in so far as they affect the area of
responsibility:
13.1.1 Aerodrome control rating:
13.1.1.1aerodrome layout; physical characteristics and visual aids;
13.1.1.2airspace structure;
13.1.1.3applicable rules, procedures and source of information;
13.1.1.4air navigation facilities;
13.1.1.5air traffic control equipment and its use;
13.1.1.6terrain and prominent landmarks;
13.1.1.7characteristics of air traffic;
13.1.1.8weather phenomena; and
13.1.1.9emergency and search and rescue plans;

13.1.2 Approach control procedural and Area control procedural ratings:

13.1.2.1 airspace structure;


13.1.2.2 applicable rules, procedures and source of information;
13.1.2.3 air navigation facilities;
13.1.2.4 air traffic control equipment and its use;
13.1.2.5 terrain and prominent landmarks;
13.1.2.6 characteristics of air traffic and traffic flow;
13.1.2.7 weather phenomena; and
13.1.2.8 emergency and search and rescue plans; and

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13.1.3. Approach control surveillance, Approach precision radar control and Area
control surveillance ratings: The applicant shall meet the requirements specified in
13.1.2) in so far as they affect the area of responsibility, and shall have demonstrated a
level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges granted, in at least the following
additional subjects:

13.1.3.1 principles, use and limitations of applicable ATS surveillance systems


and associated equipment; and

13.1.3.2 procedures for the provision of ATS surveillance service, as


appropriate, including procedures to ensure appropriate terrain
clearance.

13.2 Experience:

13.2.1 The applicant shall have:

13.2.1.1satisfactorily completed an approved training course;

13.2.1.2provided, satisfactorily, under the supervision of an appropriately rated air


traffic controller:

1) aerodrome control rating: an aerodrome control service, for a period of


not less than 90 hours or one month, whichever is greater, at the unit for
which the rating is sought;

2) approach control procedural, approach control surveillance, area


control procedural or area control surveillance rating: the control
service for which the rating is sought, for a period of not less than 180
hours or three months, whichever is greater, at the unit for which the
rating is sought; and

3) approach precision radar control rating: not less than 200 precision
approaches of which not more than 100 shall have been carried out on a
radar simulator approved for that purpose by the Licensing Authority.
Not less than 50 of those precision approaches shall have been carried
out at the unit and on the equipment for which the rating is sought; and

13.2.1.3if the privileges of the approach control surveillance rating include surveillance
radar approach duties, the experience shall include not less than 25 plan
position indicator approaches on the surveillance equipment of the type in use
at the unit for which the rating is sought and under the supervision of an
appropriately rated controller.

14 EXPERIENCE (OJT) REQUIREMENTS – LICENCE


14.1 The applicant shall have completed an approved training course and not less than Six months
satisfactory OJT engaged in the actual control of air traffic under the supervision of an On Job
Training Instructor (OJTI). The experience (OJT) requirements specified for air traffic
controller Ratings may be credited as part of the experience specified.

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15 EXPERIENCE (OJT) REQUIREMENTS – RATINGS


15.1 The applicant shall have:
15.1.1 Satisfactory completion of an approved training course;
15.1.2 Satisfactory completion of on job training for the time period mentioned against each
rating under the supervision of an appropriately rated On Job Training Instructor
(OJTI).
1) Aerodrome Control Rating: For a period of not less than 90 hours or one month,
whichever is greater, at the unit for which the rating is sought.
2) Approach Control Procedural, Approach Control Surveillance, Area Control
Procedural or Area Control Surveillance Rating: For a period of not less than
180 hours or three months, whichever is greater, at the unit for which the rating is
sought.
3) Approach precision radar control rating: not less than 200 precision approaches
of which not more than 100 shall have been carried out on a radar simulator
approved for that purpose by the Licensing Authority. Not less than 50 of those
precision approaches shall have been carried out at the unit and on the equipment
for which the rating is sought; and

15.1.3 if the privileges of the approach control surveillance rating include surveillance radar
approach duties, the experience shall include not less than 25 plan position indicator
approaches on the surveillance equipment of the type in use at the unit for which the
rating is sought and under the supervision of an appropriately rated controller.

15.1.4 The experience specified in 15.1.2 shall have been completed within the 6-month
period immediately preceding application.

15.2 Applicants with over five years of experience in active air traffic control duties at ATS unit,
applying for issue of a Rating, while he / she has held that basic Rating for another ATS Unit,
may not be required to comply with the training requirements as prescribed. The training
period for such Air Traffic Controllers may be reduced as recommended by the On Job
Training Instructor in consultation with Operations Directorate.
15.3 When the applicant already holds an air traffic controller rating in another category, or the
same rating for another unit, the Licensing Authority shall determine whether the experience
requirement of 15.1.can be reduced, and if so, to what extent.
15.4 The On Job Training of applicants for issue of licence or Rating shall commence with
intimation to the Licensing Authority.
15.5 The completion of the on job training of an applicant shall be certified by the OJT Instructor
on ATCL –F5.
16. RATING EXAMINATIONS
16.1 The theory examinations for air Traffic Controller Licence & Ratings are given below.
Specimen of application form (ATCL F-1) for appearing in examinations is attached. Each
paper shall be of 2 hours durations.
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16.1.1 PAPER ATC-1 A paper covering ICAO Annexes 3, 5, 10, 14 and 15.
16.1.2 PAPER ATC-2 A paper covering ICAO Annexes 2, 6, 11 and ICAO PANS-ATM
Doc 4444.
16.1.3 PAPER ATCR-1: A paper covering Practical aspects of Aerodrome Control Rating.
16.1.4 PAPER ATCR-2: A paper covering Practical aspects of Approach Control Procedural
Rating.
16.1.5 PAPER ATCR-3: A paper covering Practical aspects of Approach Control
Surveillance Rating.
16.1.6 PAPER ATCR-4: A paper covering Practical aspects of Approach Precision Radar
Control Rating.
16.1.7 PAPER ATCR-5: A paper covering Practical aspects of Area Control Procedural
Rating
16.1.8 PAPER ATCR-6: A paper covering Practical aspects of Area Control Surveillance
Rating.
16.2 An applicant is required to qualify ATCR-1, ATCR-2 and at least one ATC Rating paper for a
skill assessment.
16.3 Pass Marks: The pass marks for each paper are 70%.
16.4 Eligibility: To be eligible for appearing in the papers, an applicant shall have met the
prescribed requirements of the eligibility, course and experience.
17 SKILL TESTS AND ASSESSMENT STANDARDS
17.1 The applicant shall have demonstrated, at a level appropriate to the privileges being granted,
the skill, judgment and performance required to provide a safe, orderly and expeditious control
service.
17.2 The skill assessment shall be carried out in accordance with the details provided in ATCAM
(ATC Assessment Manual). The specimen of Skill test Forms ATCL F3A or ATCL F3B is
attached.
17.3 Initial Issue
17.3.1 The assessment of an applicant for the initial issue of the Licence or rating shall be
conducted by a team authorized by the Director of ANSD.
18 CURRENCY REQUIREMENT OF LICENCE AND RATING
18.1 A minimum of three proficiency checks (last six months) shall be required to satisfy the
currency requirement of the ATC Licence; and to maintain the specific rating valid.
19 ISSUE REQUIREMENTS – LICENCE
19.1 The ATC Licence shall be issued subject to:
19.1.1 Having qualified the approved basic ATC course.

19.1.2 Having qualified the prescribed theory examinations.


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19.1.3 Having met the prescribed experience requirements.


19.1.4 Having met the prescribed skill requirements.
19.1.5 Having met the requirement of holding at least one valid ATC Rating.

19.2 DOCUMENT TO BE SUBMITTED


19.2.1 The under mentioned documents shall be submitted to the Licensing Authority for the
issue of an ATC Licence:
19.2.1.1 ATCL-F1 Application Form.
19.2.1.2 Medical Assessment.
19.2.1.3 ATCL-F5 On Job Training Certificate.
19.2.1.4 ATCL 3A or B Assessment Report.
19.2.1.5 Copy of Basic ATC Course Certificate.
19.2.1.6 Copy of B, Sc or BA Graduation (with any subject)
19.2.1.7 Copy of National Identity Card.
19.2.1.8 Colored photographs 1” x 1” (head uncovered).
19.2.1.9 Copies of certificates of higher education, other Licences, foreign
qualifications and courses may be attached.
19.2.1.10 Fee Voucher / Authorization where applicable.

20 RENEWAL REQUIREMENTS – LICENCE


20.1 The ATC Licence shall be renewed subject to meeting the following requirements:
20.1.1 Having met the prescribed recent experience requirements.
20.1.2 Having met the prescribed medical assessment requirements.
20.1.3 Holds at least one Valid Rating.
20.2 DOCUMENT TO BE SUBMITTED
20.2.1 The following documents shall be submitted to the Licensing Authority for renewal of
an ATC Licence:
20.2.2 ATCL-F1 Application Form.
20.2.3 Medical Assessment.
20.2.4 ATC Licence.
20.2.5 Fee Voucher / Authorization where applicable.

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21 RE-VALIDATION REQUIREMENTS – LICENCE


21.1 When a Licence has not been renewed by the date of expiry, the validity of the Licence shall
stand expired. The holder of an expired Licence shall meet the following requirements:
21.1.1 LESS THAN SIX MONTHS
21.1.1.1 If all renewal requirements have been met prior to the date of expiry,
there shall be no additional requirements.
21.1.2 UP TO TWO YEARS
21.1.2.1 Pass an Oral test by Check ATCO.
21.1.2.2 7 Days OJT.
21.1.2.3 Skill Test by Check ATCO.
21.1.3 MORE THAN TWO YEARS BUT NOT EXCEEDING FOUR YEARS
21.1.3.1 Pass paper covering practical aspects of appropriate rating.
21.1.3.2 15 Days OJT.
21.1.3.3 Skill Test by Check ATCO.
21.1.4 MORE THAN FOUR YEARS
21.1.4.1 Then applicant shall meet all the requirements (Except the basic ATC
course) for initial issue of an ATC Licence.
21.2 DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED
21.2.1 The following documents shall be submitted to the Licensing Office for the
revalidation of an ATC Licence:
21.2.1.1 ATCL-F1 Application form.
21.2.1.2 Medical Assessment.
21.2.1.3 ATC Licence.
21.2.1.4 ATCL-F5 OJT Report, where applicable.
21.2.1.5 ATCL-3A or B Assessment Report, Where applicable.
21.2.1.6 Fees Voucher / Authorization where applicable.

22 ISSUE REQUIREMENTS – ADDITIONAL RATINGS '


22.1 The issue requirements for additional ATC Rating shall be as under:
22.1.1 Has met the prescribed experience requirements.
22.1.2 Result of applicable ATC Rating Examination.
22.1.3 ‘Satisfactory’ skill assessment report.

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22.2 DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED


22.2.1 The following documents shall be submitted to the Licensing Office for the
endorsement of additional Rating:
22.2.1.1 ATCL-F1 Application form.
22.2.1.2 Medical Assessment.
22.2.1.3 ATC Licence.
22.2.1.4 ATCL-F5 OJT Report, where applicable.
22.2.1.5 ATCL-3A or B Assessment Report, Where applicable.
22.2.1.6 Fees Voucher / Authorization where applicable
23 CONCURRENT ISSUANCE OF TWO ATC RATINGS
22.1 When two Air Traffic Controller Ratings are sought concurrently, the applicant shall meet the
requirements of both the Ratings sought.
24 VALIDITY PERIODS
24.1 ATC Licence 48 Months
24.2 ATC Rating 06 Months
25 When the holder of air traffic controller licences have passed their 40th birthday, the validity period
specified in 23.1 shall be reduced to 24 months.
26 PRIVILEGES OF ATC LICENCE & RATINGS
26.2 Subject to valid medical assessment of appropriate class; and compliance with the
requirements specified in this MCAR the privileges of the holder of an air traffic controller
Licence endorsed with one or more of the under mentioned Ratings shall be:
26.2.1 AERODROME CONTROL RATING: to provide or to supervise the provision of
aerodrome control service for the aerodrome for which the Licence holder is rated.
26.2.2 APPROACH CONTROL PROCEDURAL RATING: To provide or to supervise the
provision of approach control service for the aerodrome or aerodromes for which the
Licence holder is rated, within the airspace or portion thereof, under the jurisdiction of
the unit providing approach control service.
26.2.3 APPROACH CONTROL SURVEILLANCE RATING: To provide and/or supervise
the provision of approach control service with the use of radar or other surveillance
systems for the aerodrome or aerodromes for which the Licence holder is rated, within
the airspace or portion thereof under the jurisdiction of the unit providing approach
control service.
1) subject to compliance with the provisions of 15.1.3, the privileges shall
include the provision of surveillance radar approaches;

16.2.4 APPROACH PRECISION RADAR CONTROL RATING: to provide and/or supervise


the provision of precision approach radar service at the aerodrome for which the
licence holder is rated;
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26.2.5 AREA CONTROL PROCEDURAL RATING: To provide and/or supervise the


provision of area control service within the control area or portion thereof, for which
the Licence holder is rated; within the airspace or portion thereof, under the
jurisdiction of the unit providing approach control service.
26.2.6 AREA CONTROL SURVEILLANCE RATING: To provide and/or supervise the
provision of area control services with the use of radar or other surveillance systems,
within the control area or portion thereof, for which the Licence holder is rated.
26.3 Before exercising the privileges indicated in 26.2, the licence holder shall be familiar with
all pertinent and current information
26.4 A Licensing Authority having issued an air traffic controller licence shall not permit the holder
thereof to carry out instruction in an operational environment unless such holder has received
proper authorization from such Licensing Authority.
27 OJT INSTRUCTOR ENDORSEMENT REQUIREMENTS
27.1 Air Traffic Controllers holding valid ATC Licence and deployed on operational
assignments may be endorsed with an OJT Instructor endorsement subject to meeting the
following requirements:
27.1.1 Has ATCO experience of 5 years and current ATC Ratings in the relevant air
traffic control units i.e. Tower, Area, Approach, Approach Radar and Area Radar,
for the specific airport(s).
27.1.2 Has no ATS violations/near miss reports attributable to him/her during the last 1
year.
27.1.3 Has not failed in any assessment during the last 3 years.
27.1.4 Suitable temperament and above board conduct.
27.1.5 Has been recommended by the Operations Directorate.
27.1.6 ‘Satisfactory’ Monitoring Report by Check ATCO authorized by the Director of
ATS.
27.2 DOCUMENT TO BE SUBMITTED
27.2.1 The following documents shall be submitted to the Licensing Authority for the
endorsement of an OJTI on the ATC Licence:
27.2.1.1ATCL-F1 Application Form.
27.2.1.2Medical Assessment.
27.2.1.3ATCL-F4 (Monitoring report).
27.2.1.4Recommendation letter by Operations Directorate.
27.2.1.5Fees Voucher/ Authorization where applicable.
27.3 OJT INSTRUCTOR PRIVILEGES
27.3.1 The holder of an OJT instructor endorsement shall exercise the privileges as under:
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27.3.2 Instruct air traffic service personnel during the OJT for obtaining a
Licence/Rating.
27.3.3 Supervise air traffic service personnel under training for regaining currency.
27.3.4 Assess and Report ATCOs during the OJT for issue/revalidation of Licence /
Ratings.
27.3.5 When designated, be a part of the examining team for the assessment of trainee for
the initial issue of Licence/ Rating.
27.3.6 To raise ATCL-F5 (OJT Certificate) as given at Attachment.
28 CHECK ATCO
28.1 PRIVILEGES
28.1.1 The Check ATCO shall exercise the under mentioned privileges:
28.1.1.1Exercise the privileges of an ATCO.
28.1.1.2Exercise the privileges of an OJT Instructor.
28.1.1.3 Conduct assessment checks for the initial Issue, Renewal or
Revalidation of the Licence or Rating.
28.2 VALIDITY
28.2.1 The Check ATCO approval shall remain valid for one year:
28.2.1.1Subject to a valid ATC Licence.
28.2.1.2Subject to a current appropriate Rating.
29 FEE SCHEDULE
29.1 As per DCA Personnel Licensing Fee Schedule.
Note:
a) All applicants shall deposit prescribed fee in Myanmar Economic Bank, Insein Township in DCA
Collection Account No MD 168. Receipt forms (Challan) available in this bank or in DCA Account
office at HQ. Fee can also be paid through Bank Draft / Pay Order drawn in favour of Director
General, Department Civil Aviation, Myanmar payable in MEB Bank Insein. The Bank receipt form
or the Receipted Challan shall be submitted to the Licensing Authority along with other documents for
the specific Licensing action.

b) DCA employees are exempted from the DCA Personnel Licensing Fees.

Tin Naing Tun


Director General of Civil Aviation
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Department of Civil Aviation    Attachment A 
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION, MYANMAR ATCL- F 1
CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER LICENCE (ATCL)
Ref No.

APPLICATION FOR AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER LICENCE

1. Application for :- (see instructions overleaf before filling this form)

Issue Air Traffic Controller Licence Approach Control Surveillance Rating OJT Instructor Endorsement

Renewal Aerodrome Control Rating Area Control Procedural Rating Examiner Endorsement

Re- Approach Control Procedural rating Area Control Surveillance Rating Temporary
Validation

Name: (Block Letters) Father’s Name:

Permanent Address, Phone & e-mail: ATCL  No

Male Date of Birth (dd/mm/yy) Place of Birth Nationality Education

Female

National ID Card No. Staff ID No Date & Place of Issue Validity

Examinations, Checks and Currency Requirements Record                                                             (fill as applicable) 

Date Exam Passed (General) (if Attach Result


applicable)

Date Exam Passed (Aerodrome) Attach Result & ATCL‐F3A

Currency Requirements (Last 6 Months) No. of Proficiency Checks ATS Units Assessment Date

Date Exam Passed (Approach Procedural)                                                                                            Attach Result & ATCL‐F3A 
 
Currency Requirements (Last 6 Months) No. of Proficiency Checks ATS Units Assessment Date

Date Exam Passed (Approach Surveillance) Attach Result & ATCL-F3B

Currency Requirements (Last 6 Months) No. of Proficiency Checks ATS Units Assessment Date

Date of Exam Passed (Area Procedural) Attach Result & ATCL-F3A


Currency Requirements (Last 6 Months) No. of Proficiency Checks ATS Units Assessment Date

Date of Exam Passed (Area Surveillance) Attach Result & ATCL-F3A

Currency Requirements (Last 6 Months) No. of Proficiency Checks ATS Units Assessment Date

 
2. Applicant’s Certificate

I certify that the information on this application form and the attached documents are true to the best of my knowledge and belief

3. Certification of Currency Requirement by DCATCO Date Signature


It is certified that the currency requirement of the applicant has been verified against the unit logbook and in case of initial issue, the applicant has
completed the skill and experience requirements as per CAR Air Traffic Controller Licensing/Training.
4. Recommendation by operations Directorate DCA
Recommended Not Recommended Date Signature
For processing
D ANS - DCA HQ
ATCL No
 
  ATT ‐A1 
 
                       Department of Civil Aviation    Attachment  B 
 

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION 
MYANMAR 
                ATCL ‐ F5 
 
ORAL ASSESSMENT REPORT         
 
Name  of Candidate: ______________________  Date of Examination  _______________________ 
     
 
Licence/Rating Assessed  _______________________         For subject: __________________________ 
 
No  Questions  SAT  UNSAT 
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
       
 
 
REMARKS 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
DATE :____________________  (PASS/FAIL)                                                                 SIGNATURE OF EXAMINER 
 
                                                                                                                                                   NAME : _______________ 
 
 
 
 

  ATT ‐B 1 
 
Attachment ‘ C ‘
SKILL ASSESSMENT REPORT – AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLERS
(NON RADAR RATINGS)
ATCL – F 3A
Issue Renewal Re-validation Endorsement-OJT Instructor Ref No.

Department of Civil Aviation


Aerodrome Control Approach Control Area Control

1. Name ( Block Letters) Father’s Name Staff No.

DCA Licences ( already held) No. and Validity Ratings and Endorsements (already held)

Instructions a) Before conduct of the check, the Licensing Inspector / DCATCO shall ensure that the candidate has:
(for DCATCO ( i ) passed written exam, if applicable ( ii ) a recommendation from OJT Instructor
And Licensing Inspector) b) Logbook is to be checked for OJT record. Entry is to be made in the log book after the check, both in the case
of pass or failure.
c) Same form can be used for different non-radar rating.
d) Please mark ( ) for satisfactory and ( ) for un-satisfactory.
e) Filling of para 2 is mandatory.

Fill Applicable Block only

2. General Check (required for all ratings) ATS UNIT / AIRPORT: DATE OF CHECK:
Taking Over/Handing Over procedures Operating Methods Equipment
- Judgement - Flight progress strip Management - Checks
- Initiative - Knowledge of Operation
- Working Relationship Clearances: - Handling
- Interest & Willingness - Delivery
- Punctuality - Timely
- Supervision - Read back Scrutiny
Control Judgement - Navigational Assistance
- Awareness - Weather equipment & Information
- Judgement - Local/Unit Instructions
- Planning - Log of Entries
- Anticipation
Traffic Management Phraseology
- Maintaining traffic flow - Standard Phraseology
- Retaining A/C Identity - Voice Quality
- Anticipation - Rate of Speech
- Realizing & Correcting errors

3. Aerodrome Control ATS UNIT / AIRPORT: DATE OF CHECK:


Knowledge of : Demonstration of use of Equipment: Practical demonstration of
operation:
- Aerodrome layout & Physical its Characteristics - Ground-to-Ground communication - Handling safely/orderly &
expeditiously:
- Operation of airfield and obstruction lighting - Air-ground communication - Arriving & departing aircraft

- Visual ground aids/ indicators/ signaling devices - D/F Equipment - Aircraft in circuit

- Location of Technical buildings and installations - Meteorological Instrument - Aircraft & Vehicles on manoeuvring
area
- Performance of aircraft operating at aerodrome - Signal lamp and varey pistol

- Average/ Max rate of Climb & descent - Stand-by equipment Issue essential aerodrome &
traffic information
- Cruise & approach Speeds Demonstration of Co-ordination Procedures: - Maintenance of flight progress
strips/ blocking R/W
- Landing performance - Procedures/notification of arrival/departure - Handle tower equipment,
pyrotechnic, signal lamp
- Effects of complete/ partial Instrument failure - Transfer of control arrival/departures - Identify signals/freq/data on
navigation facilities
- Fuel consumptions under varying conditions - Communication procedures & phraseology - Application of operational
instructions
- Terrain/ obstructions heights with range & bearing Practical demonstration of Emergency - Handing FPLs and meteorological
procedure: information
- Locations- aerodromes within 25NM & types of Ops - Alerting the fire services - Dissemination of information
including met info
- Locations- restrict/prohibit/danger areas with 25NM - Alerting emergency services - Understand weather conditions and
effects on ops
- Locations- landmarks/reporting points within 25NM - Obtaining assistance for sick passengers

- Types of Airspace around & above the aerodrome - Unlawful interference


Nav/Landing aids on aerodrome/25NM

ATT  C‐1 
APPENDIX ‘ C ‘
SKILL ASSESSMENT REPORT – AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLERS
(NON RADAR RATINGS)
ATCL – F 3A
Issue Renewal Re-validation Endorsement-OJT Instructor Ref No.

Department of Civil Aviation


Aerodrome Control Approach Control Area Control

1. Name ( Block Letters) Father’s Name Staff No.

DCA Licences ( already held) No. and Validity Ratings and Endorsements (already held)

Instructions a) Before conduct of the check, the Licensing Inspector / DCATCO shall ensure that the candidate has:
(for DCATCO ( i ) passed written exam, if applicable ( ii ) a recommendation from OJT Instructor
And Licensing Inspector) b) Logbook is to be checked for OJT record. Entry is to be made in the log book after the check, both in the case
of pass or failure.
c) Same form can be used for different non-radar rating.
d) Please mark ( ) for satisfactory and ( ) for un-satisfactory.
e) Filling of para 2 is mandatory.
Fill Applicable Block only

2. General Check (required for all ratings) ATS UNIT / AIRPORT: DATE OF CHECK:
Taking Over/Handing Over procedures Operating Methods Equipment
- Judgement - Flight progress strip Management - Checks
- Initiative - Knowledge of Operation
- Working Relationship Clearances: - Handling
- Interest & Willingness - Delivery
- Punctuality - Timely
- Supervision - Read back Scrutiny
Control Judgement - Navigational Assistance
- Awareness - Weather equipment & Information
- Judgement - Local/Unit Instructions
- Planning - Log of Entries
- Anticipation
Traffic Management Phraseology
- Maintaining traffic flow - Standard Phraseology
- Retaining A/C Identity - Voice Quality
- Anticipation - Rate of Speech
- Realizing & Correcting errors

3. Approach Control ATS UNIT / AIRPORT: DATE OF CHECK:


Knowledge of : - Arrival and departure procedures - ATC actions with regard to weather
(STARs & SIDs) effect A/c.
- Lay out of all aerodromes in CTZ including elevation, - Missed approach procedures - In-flight reports & their distribution;
direction, R/W dimensions & type of operations and RVR/IR VR reports
- Particulars of airfield & obstruction lighting; - Alternative procedures in case of facility Emergency Procedures:
failure
Dimensions of control zone & provision of ATS Transition altitudes and levels - Alerting the emergency services &
RCCs
- Procedures for IFR & controlled VFR flights - Minimum safe altitudes Phases of emergency
- All aircraft types operating to & from the aerodromes Radio Navigation Facilities: - Communication procedures
- Special procedures, for military & GA aircraft - Location and type - Co-ordination procedures with the
units involved
- Performance of aircraft operating within the airspace: - Frequency band and identification - Procedures for unlawful interference
Average & maximum rates f climb & descent
- Cruising speed - Approximate range and accuracy and Operational Duties:
Failure procedure & stand-by equipment
- Communication with other ATS units Radio Communication Facilities: - Maintain a safe, orderly and
expeditious flow
- Effect & Partial of failure of essential equipment - Identify and resolve conflictions - Landing performance
- Apply separation standards - VHF/UHF channels & frequencies for all - Apply restrictions
sectors
Co ordination procedures: - Stand-by procedures - Give clearance & releases for
Local procedures for notification of arrivals & departures aircraft
- Transfer of control procedures for aircraft operating Terrain and Danger Areas: - Maintenance of flight progress strips
Within the airspace & arriving /departing from/to
adjacent areas.
- Communication procedures with other units - Terrain characteristics/ landmarks including - Provide essential traffic information
spot heights with range and bearing from
aerodrome
- Correct phraseology - Dimensions, activity & location of danger, - Apply local procedures prescribed in
restricted & prohibited areas unit Instruction
Holding, Approach to land and Departure Weather Appreciation: - Handling FPLs and
procedures: Meteorological information
- Instrument approach, holding procedures - Services rendered by met office to ATC - Practical Dissemination of
established: information including met into

ATT C‐ 2 
4. Area Control ATS UNIT / AIRPORT DATE OF CHECK:
Knowledge of: Arrival, Departure & Holding - VHF RTF & HF RTF all sectors &
Procedures for Aerodromes within Frequencies
Area of Responsibility
- Aerodromes & Air traffic Conditions: - Arrival and Departure Procedures - Land line facilities & their routing
(STARs & SIDs)
- Approx. length / width of runways within the Area - Holding patterns for each facility - Standby procedures
- Limitations with regard to heavy Aircraft - Alternate procedures in case of facility Operational Duties:
failure
- Aircraft handling Limitations for each Aerodrome within Weather: - Safe, orderly & expeditious flow
the Area of Air
- - Identify and resolve conflicts
- Coord procedures with aerodromes within the Area - Services rendered by MET Deptt. To - Application of separation
ATC standards
Dimensions of the Area & relationship to the Provision of - Receipt of Forecast, Reports & in- - Application of restrictions
Area control services flight reports and their distribution
- Transfer of Traffic to / from adjacent air-spaces - ATC responsibility with regard to - Giving clearances & releases for
weather effect Air Traffic
- Reporting point, Distances & Flying times - RVR reports - Maintaining accurate flight
progress strips
Terrain and Danger Areas: - Demonstrations: - Handle all holding patterns
- Dimensions, Activity & Locations of Danger, Restricted & Co-ordination procedures: - Provide essential Traffic
Prohibited Areas information
- Minimum cruising Flight levels or altitudes - Local procedures for the notification - Application of Unit Instruction
of flights
Radio Navigational Facilities: - Transfer of control procedures, - Handling Area Control Centre
reporting points equipment
- Locations and types - Communication procedures with all Handling FPLs and
units meteorological information
- Frequency band and identification - Appropriate phraseology - Dissemination of information
including met info
- Approximate range and accuracy - Radio communication facilities:
- Failure procedure - Communication with other ATS units

REMARKS:
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________

3 STRIKE the appropriate box:

SATISFATORY RECOMMENDED
Certified that the candidate’s performance is And is
UN SATISFACTORY NOT RECOMMENDED

ISSUE AERODROME CONTROL RATING


RENEWAL APPROACH CONTROL PROCEDURAL RATING
for of
REVALIDATION AREA CONTROL PROCEDURAL RATING
ENDORSEMENT

Candidate’s signature in case of failure.

------------------------------
SIGNATURE
Designated Check ATCO

Name:

ATCL #

Date

ATT C‐ 3 
Attachment ‘ D ‘
SKILL ASSESSMENT REPORT – AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLERS
(RADAR RATINGS)
ATCL – F 3B
Issue Renewal Re-validation Endorsement-OJT Instructor Ref No.

Department of Civil Aviation


Aerodrome Control Approach Control Area Control

1. Name ( Block Letters) Father’s Name Staff No.

DCA Licences ( already held) No. and Validity Ratings and Endorsements (already held)

Instructions a) Before conduct of the check, the Licensing Inspector / DCATCO shall ensure that the candidate has:
(for DCATCO ( i ) passed written exam, if applicable ( ii ) a recommendation from OJT Instructor
And Licensing Inspector) b) Logbook is to be checked for OJT record. Entry is to be made in the log book after the check, both in the case
of pass or failure.
c) Same form can be used for different non-radar rating.
d) Please mark ( ) for satisfactory and ( ) for un-satisfactory.
e) Filling of para 2 is mandatory.
Fill Applicable Block only

2. General Check (required for all ratings) ATS UNIT / AIRPORT: DATE OF CHECK:
Taking Over/Handing Over procedures Operating Methods Equipment
- Judgement - Flight progress strip Management - Checks
- Initiative - Knowledge of Operation
- Working Relationship Clearances: - Handling
- Interest & Willingness - Delivery
- Punctuality - Timely
- Supervision - Read back Scrutiny
Control Judgement - Navigational Assistance
- Awareness - Weather equipment & Information
- Judgement - Local/Unit Instructions
- Planning - Log of Entries
- Anticipation
Traffic Management Phraseology
- Maintaining traffic flow - Standard Phraseology
- Retaining A/C Identity - Voice Quality
- Anticipation - Rate of Speech
- Realizing & Correcting errors

3. Approach Radar ATS UNIT / AIRPORT: DATE OF CHECK:


Knowledge of : - Arrival and departure procedures - ATC actions with regard to weather
(STARs & SIDs) effect A/c.
- Lay out of all aerodromes in CTZ including elevation, - Missed approach procedures - In-flight reports & their distribution;
direction, R/W dimensions & type of operations and RVR/IR VR reports
- Particulars of airfield & obstruction lighting; - Alternative procedures in case of facility Emergency Procedures:
failure
Dimensions of control zone & provision of ATS Transition altitudes and levels - Alerting the emergency services &
RCCs
- Procedures for IFR & controlled VFR flights - Minimum safe altitudes Phases of emergency
- All aircraft types operating to & from the aerodromes Radio Navigation Facilities: - Communication procedures
- Special procedures, for military & GA aircraft - Location and type - Co-ordination procedures with the
units involved
- Performance of aircraft operating within the airspace: - Frequency band and identification - Procedures for unlawful interference
Average & maximum rates f climb & descent
- Cruising speed - Approximate range and accuracy and Operational Duties:
Failure procedure & stand-by equipment
- Communication with other ATS units Radio Communication Facilities: - Maintain a safe, orderly and
expeditious flow
- Effect & Partial of failure of essential equipment - Identify and resolve conflictions - Landing performance
- Apply separation standards - VHF/UHF channels & frequencies for all - Apply restrictions
sectors
Co ordination procedures: - Stand-by procedures - Give clearance & releases for
Local procedures for notification of arrivals & departures aircraft
- Transfer of control procedures for aircraft operating Terrain and Danger Areas: - Maintenance of flight progress strips
Within the airspace & arriving /departing from/to
adjacent areas.
- Communication procedures with other units - Terrain characteristics/ landmarks including - Provide essential traffic information
spot heights with range and bearing from
aerodrome
- Correct phraseology - Dimensions, activity & location of danger, - Apply local procedures prescribed in
restricted & prohibited areas unit instructions
Holding, Approach to land and Departure Weather Appreciation: - Handling FPLs and
procedures: Meteorological information
- Instrument approach, holding procedures - Services rendered by met office to ATC - Practical Dissemination of
established: information including met into

ATT D‐1 
- 2 -

4. Area Radar ATS UNIT / AIRPORT DATE OF CHECK:


Knowledge of: Arrival, Departure & Holding - VHF RTF & HF RTF all sectors &
Procedures for Aerodromes within Frequencies
Area of Responsibility
- Aerodromes & Air traffic Conditions: - Arrival and Departure Procedures - Land line facilities & their routing
(STARs & SIDs)
- Approx. length / width of runways within the Area - Holding patterns for each facility - Standby procedures
- Limitations with regard to heavy Aircraft - Alternate procedures in case of facility Operational Duties:
failure
- Aircraft handling Limitations for each Aerodrome within Weather: - Safe, orderly & expeditious flow
the Area of Air
- - Identify and resolve conflicts
- Coord procedures with aerodromes within the Area - Services rendered by MET Deptt. To - Application of separation
ATC standards
Dimensions of the Area & relationship to the Provision of - Receipt of Forecast, Reports & in- - Application of restrictions
Area control services flight reports and their distribution
- Transfer of Traffic to / from adjacent air-spaces - ATC responsibility with regard to - Giving clearances & releases for
weather effect Air Traffic
- Reporting point, Distances & Flying times - RVR reports - Maintaining accurate flight
progress strips
Terrain and Danger Areas: - Demonstrations: - Handle all holding patterns
- Dimensions, Activity & Locations of Danger, Restricted & Co-ordination procedures: - Provide essential Traffic
Prohibited Areas information
- Minimum cruising Flight levels or altitudes - Local procedures for the notification - Application of Unit Instructions
of flights
Radio Navigational Facilities: - Transfer of control procedures, - Handling Area Control Centre
reporting points equipment
- Locations and types - Communication procedures with all Handling FPLs and
units meteorological information
- Frequency band and identification - Appropriate phraseology - Dissemination of information
including met info
- Approximate range and accuracy - Radio communication facilities:
- Failure procedure - Communication with other ATS units

REMARKS:
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________________________

3 STRIKE the appropriate box:

SATISFATORY RECOMMENDED
Certified that the candidate’s performance is And is
UN SATISFACTORY NOT RECOMMENDED

ISSUE
RENEWAL APPROACH CONTROL SURVEILLANCE RATING
for of
REVALIDATION AREA CONTROL SURVEILLANCE RATING
ENDORSEMENT

Candidate’s signature in case of failure.

------------------------------
SIGNATURE
Designated Check ATCO

Name:

ATCL #

Date

ATT D‐2 
Department of Civil aviation            Attachment  E 
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION, MYANMAR ATCL- F 4
CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER LICENCE (ATCL)
Ref No

MONITORING REPORT – APPROVED PERSON

INITIAL APPROVAL REVALIDATION SPECIAL

Name (person under  Licence/Certificate No Staff No: Operator/Organization


check)        
 
Job Function   Approval for : Check Date  

     
Comments required for each “SB” and “U” assessment

  S  SB  U  N/O 
1) EXPERIENCE (In respective field)         
a) Working Experience         
b) Supervision Capacity         
c) Instructional Experience          
2) ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE         
a) Administration of Organization         
b) Human Resource Management         
3) CONDUCT         
a) With Subordinates          
b) In Stress         
c) Towards Improvement         
4.Instructional Check         
a) Classroom Technique (if applicable)         
b) Knowledge of syllabus         
c) Preparation of lesson         
d) Demonstration lecture         
e) Application         
f) Check or Test         
g) Practical instructional technique (if applicable)         
 
REMARKS  
 
                                                                   
Name (authorised person  Licence No. (if applicable)  
   
   
                    Authorizes Person 

  ATT E ‐ 1 
Department of Civil Aviation    Attachment F 

      DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION    ATCL‐F5 
           MYANMAR                Ref No. 
.ON THE JOB TRAINING REPORT 
 
1.  It  is  certified  that  Mr/Miss/Mrs.  ________________________________  ATC  Licence  No.(if 

applicable)  ________  has  completed  the  prescribed  On  Job  Training,  in  accordance  with  DCA 

Regulations, for the issue of Rating: 

             Aerodrome             Approach Procedural                  Approach Surveillance  



   
 
 
              Approach Precision      Area Procedural          Area Surveillance 

Airport/ATS Unit: __ ____________________________ 
 
2. The OJT was conducted from _____________________ to _______________________  
 
3. His/Her performance was     Satisfactory     Unsatisfactory  
 
 
 
4. Remarks(if any) _____________________________________________________________ 
 
___________________________________________________________________________ 
 
___________________________________________________________________________ 
 
 
 
Signature of OJT Instructor 
 

Name __________________ 

ATCL No__________________ 

Dated: ______________________________ 

Verification by: 

Dated _______________________________                                                 Signature 

                Name _______________________ 

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