Air Traffic Controller
In Air Traffic Controller, students will be introduced to the skills necessary to ensure the safe, orderly, and expeditious flow of manned and unmanned air traffic. They will explore the role of air traffic controllers within the National Airspace System (NAS), as well as training and career opportunities in this field. Instruction will include the function and history of air traffic control (ATC), responsibilities and priority of duties, meteorology, emergency situations, and related topics. This course will provide an introduction for students interested in careers in air traffic control and related jobs. Contextual instruction and student participation in co-curricular career and technical student organization (CTSO) activities will develop leadership, interpersonal, and career skills. High-quality work-based learning (HQWBL) will provide experiential learning opportunities related to students' career goals and/or interests, integrated with instruction, and performed in partnership with local businesses and organizations.
Class Size Regulation
A combination of this course and those below, equivalent to two 36-week courses, is a concentration sequence. Students wishing to complete a specialization may take additional courses based on their career pathways. A program completer is a student who has met the requirements for a CTE concentration sequence and all other requirements for high school graduation or an approved alternative education program.
Industry Credentials (Only apply to 36-week courses)
- College and Work Readiness Assessment (CWRA+)
- Customer Service Examination
- Customer Service Specialist (CSS) Examination
- FAA Remote Pilot Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems Certification Examination
- National Career Readiness Certificate Assessment
- Professional Communications Certification Examination
- Small Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Safety Certification Examination
- Workplace Readiness Skills for the Commonwealth Examination
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