The course descriptions provide detailed information about pilot training classes that are offered at TSTC.
AIRP 1372 - Dispatch Resource Management: Study of Human Factors in aviation and of the challenges of optimizing communication between diverse workgroups within an airline and the related interpersonal issues; while using available resources viewed from the Aircraft Dispatcher vantage point. Course will also look at operational control, decision-making, communication, and workload management related issues associated with the Aircraft Dispatcher profession. Lastly, Aircraft Dispatcher related aviation incidents and accidents will be explored.
AIRP 2452 - Practical Dispatching I: Study od advanced concepts in weight and balance, performance calculations, avionics, and engine and airplane specfications including Federal Aviation regulations. Preparation for the Federal Aviation Administration Aircraft Dispatcher written examination.
AIRP 2453 - Practical Dispatching II: A study of the duties and responsibilities required of an aircraft dispatcher. Topics include instruction in Federal Aviation Administration regulations, flight planning, and company operations for both domestic and international operations. Preparation for the Federal Aviation Administration Practical Examination.