Theoretical. Theories of Air Defence including Air Defence detection, control and weapon system, Air Traffic Control, Navigation, Meteorology, Aero-Dynamic including theory of Flights and Aero-Engine are the theoretical subjects taught.
Practical. Air Defence Control procedure, Radar Operation Cabin familiarization, Computer, Synthetic interception in simulator Workstations and Live interceptions are the practical training conducted here.
Theoretical. Theories of Air Defence including Air Defence detection, surveillance, data handling and identification procedure, Air Traffic Control assistance, Geography, Navigation, Meteorology, Theory of flight, Electronics, Engineering drawing and other allied subjects.
Practical. Data handling (Telling, plotting and recording) and identification procedure, Radar system familiarization, Computer, and related Air Defence network tasks.
For Basic ADWC Course
Minimum 2nd division Bachelor in Science/equivalent; selected in Bangladesh Air Force as Cadet and Commissioned in ADWC branch.
Flight Cadets/Officers of Flying/Navigation branch suspended/separated from flying duties are also selected for ADWC branch.
For Radar Operator Basic
2nd division in Secondary School Certificate with math or equivalent standard are selected in BAF as recruit and passed out as airman in Radar Operator Trade.
Airmen are selected for Fighter Control Operator (FCO) trade in RTS and after successful completion of training they pass out as AC-2.
Radar Operator Advance Course
After completing 5 level On the Job Training, airmen from radar operator are selected for this course.
Senior Trade Course for FCO
Airmen of FCO trade in the rank of Sergeant are eligible for this course.
FCTU has modern and fine equipment and suitable instructors. Its Admiral Radar Controller Simulator (ARCS) is fully computerized and has 12 workstations. Each station can simulate 250 ac, a good number of airfields, weather, 4 Radar stations under ECM and ECCM condition. A controller can practice GCI as many as he can conduct simultaneously and the FCOs can practice reading, recording and surveillance duties. With the ability of programming facilities, pre-defined scenario can be programmed and recorded. Exercises can also be displayed on the screen. Simulated AD battle and players syndicate presentation on defence logic can be practiced here. BAF authority is actively considering integrating of war-gaming system in this institution and that will enhance its training capabilities further.
Class Room Training support
|Students in Simulator Class
International standard Classroom and Training Support equipment including computer based projection facilities are available.