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To aid in flight operations, aeronautical control officers manage air traffic and direct aerial attacks.
In all of Canada's airspace, it is the job of Aerospace Control Officers to keep an eye on the skies and make sure nothing gets out of hand. They serve as a vital part of the Canadian Air Navigation System, regulating both civilian and military planes in all sorts of conflict and training situations around the world.
All prospective Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) pilots, air traffic controllers, and air combat systems officers must go through the Aircrew Selection Centre. Trenton, Ontario is home to the RCAF's selection center, where hopeful recruits spend two days taking online tests designed to gauge whether or not they possess the requisite knowledge, abilities, and character traits. Those interested in these three careers must first pass Aircrew Selection with flying colors. Check out the video for more info.
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Aerospace Control Officers can be stationed anywhere in the world, including ships, airplanes, and the field in North America, the Caribbean, and Europe. As their entry-level roles, Aerospace Control Officers in Canada may work as air traffic controllers at military airbases or as air defense controllers at the Canadian Air Defence Sector.Compensation and advantages
SECRETARY OF AIR AND SPACE
Cmdr. Shannon Archer: Greetings, I'm Captain Shannon Archer from Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. The 14 Wing Greenwood in Nova Scotia is where my position as an Aerospace Control Officer has me stationed at the moment.
In North American airspace, AEC Officers play a crucial role. Air traffic controllers for the Royal Canadian Air Force work out of control towers and terminals across Canada. They are highly trained to safely direct aircraft using visual and instrument flight rules.
ARCHER: Being an Aerospace Controller has its perks, not the least of which is the ability to work both at home and abroad to support Canada's mission. In Haiti, for instance, the DART constructed an airstrip and delivered supplies.
On the ground and in the air onboard command and control aircraft called AWACS, AEC Officers serve as Air Battle Managers in air defense and air operations command centres around the world. Both anti-drug and full-spectrum operations require the expertise of Air Battle Managers. These endeavors are all different and must be meticulously prepared for. Air Battle Managers are experts in tactical command and control, tasked with optimizing the RCAF's and Allies' combat capability through the optimal placement of aircraft, sensors, and airborne systems.
Canadian Air Defence Sector Aerospace Control Officers oversee elite teams at their North Bay, Ontario headquarters, where they keep tabs on all air traffic in North America via a network of radar stations. They are in charge of keeping the skies over Canada safe from intruders and making split-second decisions in the event of a security breach.
A lot of people are concerned about my well-being, so I'm often asked if being an archer is stressful. Yes, it is stressful, but in a positive way, I must admit. Most air traffic controllers, including myself, are motivated by the stress that this job entails because of the unpredictable nature of the work and the constant need to adapt to new situations.
In addition to coordinating close-air support for the Army, AEC Officers may also be assigned to assist joint forces by sailing aboard Canadian warships as maritime fighter controllers.
The duties of an Aerospace Control Officer extend to a wide range of space operations. Space scientists at the helm of competent teams monitor orbiting debris for potential threats to mutual space infrastructure. As well as protecting the United States and Canadian forces stationed all over the world, they provide vital space-based information to operational combat units and relay missile warning information to NORAD.
To be able to communicate with aircraft and aid the Canadian Forces in their mission is the coolest part of being an Aerospace Controller, according to ARCHER. I enjoy coming to work because of the people I get to know and because of the variety of tasks I get to perform and the settings in which I get to do them. Every day presents a brand-new and thrilling obstacle.
When an AEC Officer completes their training to become an Air Traffic Controller, they are typically assigned to one of the RCAF's six major air bases across Canada.
A majority of Aerospace Control Officers end up working for the Canadian Air Defense Sector, a combat reporting center, or one of NORAD's many Battle Control Centres in the United States after completing their initial training as Air Battle Managers.
Aerospace Control Officers can expect to manage and lead small teams across all settings. These opportunities for growth as leaders, as well as promotion in education and employment, will only increase as their careers progress.
Skills necessary for an Aerospace Controller include the ability to decide, create a plan, put it into action, evaluate its success, and adjust accordingly (ARCHER). To succeed, you must maintain a high moral standard, admit when you’re wrong, and work hard to correct your mistakes. Your ability to prioritize information as it comes to and from you depends on your ability to multitask.
ARCHER: There are times when I get giddy while sitting in the tower or the radar sector. I can't believe I get to do this for a living. Air Force service and my job as an air traffic controller in the Aerospace Control industry allow me to contribute to this larger picture. Not many people have the opportunity to pilot airplanes like I do. Because of my job, I get to travel all over the world and all over Canada. The scenery is absolutely stunning. I look forward to going to work every day because I enjoy what I do.
POSITION: AIR AND SPACE CONTROL OFFICER
- Controller of Aircraft Traffic
- Licensed Aviation Service Professional
- Officer in Charge of Railroad and Harbor Traffic
- Supervisor of Human Resources
- Managing the Airport
Following enrollment, new officers spend 12 weeks at the Canadian Forces Leadership and Recruit School in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec, learning the fundamentals of the military. This course will teach you the basics of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF), as well as general military knowledge, leadership principles, CAF regulations and customs, weapon safety, and first aid. Training exercises in force protection, field training, navigation, and leadership will give you a chance to put your newfound military knowledge to use. Basic training also includes a rigorous physical fitness program. Officers can choose to receive their initial training in either English or French, and completion of this training is required for advancement.
After you complete your initial officer training, you might be eligible to participate in a formal second language program. Depending on how proficient you are in a second language, training could last anywhere from two to nine months
Here you can find out more information about “Basic Training”.
It takes three to five months to complete training as an Aerospace Control Officer at the Canadian Forces School of Aerospace Control Operations in Cornwall, Ontario. Candidates for the position of Aerospace Control Officer receive training in a wide variety of control techniques applicable to both air traffic control and air defense. Furthermore, they are taught and trained on the following simulator exercises:
- Armament deployed from aircraft
- Radar and ground-based control systems
- The Methods of Radiocommunication
- The Rules of the Air: Including Navigational Instructions
- The features of aircraft efficiency
- Procedures for piloting interceptor aircraft in accordance with command and control directives
- In order to become licensed as an Aerospace Control Officer, one must first pass a test on local operating procedures.
Formal education and on-the-job experience can help aspiring Aerospace Control Officers hone their craft.
- System for Airborne Early Detection and Prevention
- The use of Missiles and Spacecraft
- Ground-Based Tactical Air Control Group.
- Navy Fighter Control Operations at Sea
If you have a bachelor's degree from an accredited university, the CAF will evaluate it to see if it meets the qualifications for this position, and if so, you may be eligible to skip over the initial training phase and go straight into the on-the-job training phase. There is a mandatory waiting period after completion of basic training and officer qualification training before a soldier can be assigned.
The Standardized Officer Training Program
The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) recognizes the importance of higher education and will provide funding for qualified applicants to earn a bachelor's degree through the Royal Military College System. In exchange for serving in the CAF, recruits will receive a full-time salary, medical and dental coverage, paid vacation, and other benefits. Officer cadets are the standard entry point for students into the Canadian military education system, where they take courses that will benefit them in both their military and academic pursuits. Candidates' requests to transfer to another Canadian university may be granted on a case-by-case basis, depending on the requirements of the CAF. Each individual situation will be evaluated separately. You must apply to the CAF in order to participate in this program; however, if you are not accepted into ROTP, you should still apply to other universities in Canada.
Get more information about our Tuition-Based Training Courses on this page.
There are a number of cities across Canada where you can get this job with the Primary Reserve on the side. A common location for Reserve Force members to put in their time of service is at a local Air Force wing. They will not be transferred or posted anywhere. But if they don't like it there, they can transfer to another base voluntarily. They can also voluntarily serve in the Canadian military or another country's military.
Part-time and casual full-time Aerospace Control Officers typically work at CAF bases and tactical units across Canada.Locate a Job Center to Apply at
Aerospace Control Officers can only work in the Reserves if they are already members of the Regular Force or if they are former military members who have the Aerospace Control Officer qualification.
Air Force Reservists receive the same level of training as their Regular Force counterparts, and are assigned to the same units and responsible for the same duties. Members of the Air Reserve may be called upon to serve up to 12 full workdays per month, with the possibility of additional full-time service as needed. Reservists receive 92% of the regular military salary. an annual salary equivalent to 8 percent of Regular Force rates of pay, a generous benefits package, and the possibility of making pension plan contributions
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