We're committed to offering the best flight dispatcher training program.
As a former Director of System Operations Control for a Part 121 Scheduled Airline, our owner, Christopher Snyder, has interviewed hundreds of aircraft dispatcher candidates!
Flight Dispatcher training is more than just passing the ADX (Written exam) or the practical exam. In addition to meeting the FAA minimum requirements, North American Flight Control has created an FAA approved curriculum and aircraft dispatcher training program structure with your success in mind.
In addition, we have experienced airline dispatchers on staff that ensure our aircraft dispatcher course content is always current with FAA Federal Regulations and best industry practices!
The airline industry and its needs are always changing! We're actively engaged with airline leadership from regional to mainline to cargo operations to understand what challenges they're seeing.
We're continually reviewing our flight dispatcher training program to ensure the latest and most pertinent content gets covered.
Aircraft Dispatchers play a critical role in the customer experience and you will find that difference built into our program.
When you hire a North American Flight Control graduate, you're adding a great asset to your organization and investing in your own customer experience, that helps ensure you have repeat customers with your airline!
It's important for you to select the right FAA Part 65 Aircraft Dispatcher School that meets your needs!
When we meet with potential students, here are a couple of tips we recommend during their school search!
1. Avoid schools that only focus on getting you past the Aircraft Dispatcher Written/Practical.
You'll be spending a bit of money to earn your FAA Aircraft Dispatcher License, it's important to find a school that not only helps you pass the required tests but you also need a school that is going to teach you best industry practices, use airline systems and processes and have staff that have actually dispatched at commercial airlines.
2. Online isn't always the best. Online education has grown exponentially in recent years!
We strongly caution against attempting online dispatcher training.
We have found online dispatcher training is not the most conducive to student success as it has several limitations such as lack of hands on training, it can be prone to continuous technical issues that affect the quality of instruction and the lack of proper instructor/student support.
3. No intimidation needed! At North American Flight Control, you can expect a staff that is going to support your educational growth and be there to support you through out your career!
This is not rocket science but it does require dedication to study and focus on the part of the student.
Don't be intimated by high cost schools that claim "you get what you pay for" when considering a lower cost program. Each Part 65 Approved Aircraft Dispatcher School is overseen directly by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and must meet their strict standards.
Furthermore, each school must teach the same content as detailed in Appendix A of Part 65.
Each school is teaching the same content, because it's required by federal regulation.
The only difference between dispatch schools is how the content is taught and who is teaching it. At North American Flight Control, we approach aircraft dispatcher training with the concept that we immerse our students in the dispatch office environment to help you make the transition from the class room to the work environment seamlessly.
Additionally, our aircraft dispatcher training instructors are industry professionals with decades of experience to further enhance your training experience.
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