Air traffic control examiners validated

| 25/04/2017 | 0 Comments
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(L-R) New air traffic control examiners Erick Bodden, Robert Boggess and Robert Harris

(CNS Local Life): Three long-serving Cayman Islands Airports Authority (CIAA) employees have been officially validated as air traffic control (ATC) examiners. ATC manager Erick Bodden, airport operations manager Robert Harris and ATC supervisor Robert Boggess received their licences and certificates of competence on Thursday, 23 March. The validation will allow the new examiners to carry out second and subsequent rating examinations for air traffic controllers, in conjunction with the Civil Aviation Authority Cayman Islands (CAACI).

They will also be able to provide second opinions on the progress of air traffic control trainees and their readiness for validation, carry out competency checks on on-the-job training instructors and ATC officers in accordance with the schedule identified in the local competency scheme, and prepare written examinations and simulator exercises together with the CAACI.

CIAA chief human resources officer Mario E. Ebanks said, “The Airports Authority is focused on developing talent so as to ensure that there is a skilled pipeline of professionals for upward mobility and succession planning across the entire authority, and in this instance on behalf of the CEO and their CIAA colleagues I would like to congratulate these three new examiners for their hard work and dedication in accomplishing this exciting goal.”

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