Assistance Awards

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IVAO has introduced 2 types of awards for members assisting during online ATC Training or Exam sessions. These are called the ATC Assistance Award and the Pilot Assistance Award. We will explain how these awards work and how they can be achieved below.

THE AWARD

Whenever there is an ATC Training or Exam we need traffic to test the candidate's level. Whenever a members flies to/from or even circuits (IFR/VFR) to the airport where the exam/training is held he/she can earn one (1) point in this award. You need ten (10) points to be issued the Pilot Assistance Award

REQUIREMENTS

  1. Assist in 10 practical ATC Training/Exam sessions by flying to/from/circuits on the active airport (see Upcoming Exams/Trainings for upcoming exam/training sessions);
  2. Flights must be at least 30 minutes of duration. In the event of disconnection you are to reconnect with the shortest delay. You must mention this in your report;
  3. Double check your Flight Plan carefully before submitting it for a online flight. FP's with the wrong dep/arr airfields filed will not be accepted;
  4. Charts are MANDATORY and can be found here;
  5. Report the ATC positions you had contact with;
  6. Each flight must be validated. Completed ATC assistance flight sessions must be reported after each flight using the instructions below.

HOW TO REPORT

Report your session via the Reporting System
If your session is validated you will receive an email with your current number of collected points.

THE AWARD

Whenever there is an ATC Training or Exam we need adjecent ATC Positions to be staffed in order to ensure a good traffic flow. One (1) point can be earned when you staff a required ATC Position in accordance with the requirements below. Once you have collected ten (10) points you are issued the award.

REQUIREMENTS

  1. Assist in 10 practical ATC Training/Exam sessions, on a position that is co-ordinated with the trainee/examinee (see ATC Request for date and time of training/exam and requested position);
  2. ATC must be connected for at least 30 minutes of duration. In the event of disconnection you are to reconnect with the shortest delay. You must mention this in your report;
  3. Each session must be validated. Completed ATC assistance sessions must be reported after each controlled session using the instructions below.

HOW TO REPORT

Report your sessions via the Reporting System
If your session is validated you will receive an email with your current number of collected points.

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