Winter Aircraft Movement Surface Condition Reporting and Friction Measurement (AMSCR)
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The International Association of Airport Executives Canada (IAAE Canada) is pleased to present this two and a half day Training Program for all persons responsible for and providing operational reports of airfield conditions during winter. This course presented by Terry Townshend of Townshend Technical Services, is a must for veterans as well as newcomers.
Class size limits for this course are kept small because of the need to cover detailed technical material and the requirement for extensive ‘one-on-one’ interaction in some subjects. This course includes practical skill testing and exercises. This course is a certification course which requires knowledge and practical testing.
The Purpose of this course is two fold:
1. Facilitate accurate, consistent and timely inspection and reporting of runway, taxiway and apron conditions to pilots and other stakeholders.
2. Demonstrate compliance with Transport Canada’s Aerodrome Safety Circular ASC 2001-011, TP 312 and other forthcoming regulations.
Outline in Brief:
Full and complete understanding of the following principals;
· instruments and skills required for correct assessment,
· measurement and reporting of aircraft movement surface conditions and runway friction
Now includes a full half day on SnoWiz.