ATC Informations

VATSIM Romania vACC has a specific ATC Training Department for the ATC Career in the VATSIM Comunity.

To become a VATSIM approved Air Traffic Controller you must first join a VATSIM Division.
A Division is a part of a VATSIM Region.
Within the VATSIM network there are six Regions.
Each Region has several Divisions within the Region.
Normally you would select a Division relevant to where you live however you can join one which you may have a particular interest in.
Remember, joining a Division outside of your local area will have time zone implications.

VATSIM strives for realism and so there is quite a lot to learn but this can be done in easy stages at your own pace.
A new VATSIM Air Traffic Controller will be taught the proper procedures to follow.
Many divisions have mentors who will guide you through your training.
All VATSIM training facilities provide documentation to assist your study, helping you to understand the phraseology and technique of controlling, with many also having audio and video aids as well.

To select a Region|Division to join you can use the world map on the VATSIM homepage, decide which Region then Division you wish to join then go to the VATSIM Members section and complete the joining process.
Once established in a Division you should contact the Training Department of the Division you have selected.
Your Division may assign you to an ARTCC, FIR or vACC so that you can focus your study on a smaller area.
Generally speaking your Division’s website will have all the material required for your study to be an Air Traffic Controller.

it is highly recommended that you spend time observing other rated controllers online before attempting your ATC exams.

Transfers between Regions is permitted once certain conditions are met.

To start the ATC Career click here .

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