One of the categories in this blog is “At work“.
The first task in Namibia was to assist DCA in making ATS able to begin surveillance operations for area control.
The second task in Namibia was to assist DCA in making ATS able to begin surveillance operations for approach control.
The third task was to transfer skills to DCA/ATS staff. Below are links to blog posts written during this third part (click on head-lines, not on photos!);
We celebrated Brian’s 50th Birthday
This post shows that there was still work to be done in the ATC centre at Eros. This post also tells something of what was supposed to be done…
The last validation for FYWH APP
Yes, finally the last one to be trained for Approach by the ICAO ATC team passed his validation.
The final validation by the ICAO ATC team
And by this final Area control validation a big part of our mission was finished.
The Air Traffic Services Manual
Ben managed to finalise his important work on a new ATS Manual!
Busy days, attempting to transfer skills to the local organisation
Another training of instructors
More transfer of skills…
DCA now training their own instructors
Good to see results!
The end of two years of hard work. Well done Ben!
DCA instructors training continues
More good results!
…at the Ministry of Works and Transport
A nice opportunity to visit the north and learn about the pilot’s work!
Time to go for Johan after lots of good work for Namibia ATS!
ATC Global Excellence Awards 2013
The world notices achievements in Namibia!
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