The venue of the OELC-GE will be one of the MATC training facilities - Helicopter Training Point, Ostrava (CZE). The OELC-GE will be designed to cover language training demands for ground engineers (military maintainers) irrespective of the type of an aircraft, providing basic and advanced English terminology skills and standard helicopter/aircraft systems descriptions, aiming at to ground crews to be able to describe processes and/or potential problem and to propose solutions in multinational environment. Particular focus will be put into vocabulary related to using all types of tools and procedures, GE could perform using them (wrench – tighten/loosen etc.). Special learning tool – Computer Based Training (CBT), installed in the classrooms of HTP Ostrava, will be provided to use for the benefit of the course.

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The graduation ceremony for the specialists from Slovakian aeronautical radio navigation service was held on the premises the Multinational Aviation Training Centre (MATC) on Friday, March 23, 2018.

The director of MATC together with representatives from Military Aviation Authority and Military Academy awarded 10 successful course graduates with certificates and congratulated them on the results achieved.

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The course for the specialists from Slovakian aeronautical radio navigation service will start on 5 MAR to 23 MAR 2018. The course is focused on ILS (Instrument Landing System), DME (Distance Measuring Equipment) and (RL- 4) Radio-Locator ground specialists skills improvement.
The Course is specially tailored for Slovakian aeronautical radio navigation service and held in the Czech language. The Course consists of not only Academic part but as well as practical one focused on testing and special equipment tuning.

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The final Mutual Bilateral Airworthiness Recognition (MBAR) conference, attended by the National Military Authorities (NMA) directors representing the Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, and Slovakia as well as the MATC Director, took place in the hall of DAP Prague on December 6, 2017. The participants signed joint bilateral documents to certify mutual recognition of procedures in training the flying and technical support personnel at the Multinational Aviation Training Centre (MATC).

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The first year of the operational language course project has been successfully completed during the graduation ceremony of the 4th course.  The four-week Operational English Language Course for Door Gunners (OELC-DG) held at the Helicopter Training Point (HTP) Ostrava had two main benefits for DG community. The instructors were not only native speakers but also Qualified Helicopter Tactics Instructors from Great Britain. They transformed their wide operational experience directly to the lessons and missions. The other course benefit was the possibility to use the tactical simulator to train tactical scenarios in order to obtain the correct and timely use of key phrases.

In total, 39 door gunners from Czech Republic, Croatia, and Hungary graduated from four courses performed in 2017. The aim of unifying and instructing English terminology used by airborne gunners within NATO air crews has been fully achieved.

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The second DCA/QRA (Defensive Counter Air/Quick Reaction Alert) SyntheticTraining for tactical pilots and GCI (Ground Radar Controller of Interceptors) has been accomplished in the term 20 - 24 NOV 2017 at Tactical Simulation Center (TSC), Pardubice, Czech Republic (LOM PRAHA s.p./CLV Pardubice). The training week as the TRG Module with code FTS 06, published in MATC TRG Catalogue, was focused on QRA/AP (Air Policing) procedures training and DCA - BvR (Behind Visual Range) training.

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