Flight Coordinator / Scheduler / Dispatcher

Flight Coordinator / Scheduler / Dispatcher

Many flight departments do not use licensed dispatchers, so there is a gap in training between scheduling a trip and comprehending the requirements of the trip, crew, and aircraft. The Flight Coordinator modules and/or curriculum encompass the job roles of scheduler, flight coordinator, and general dispatch.

Our Flight Coordinator training options allow you to build a customized training plan with a variety of topics that covers the basics of required aircraft knowledge, parameters of scheduling and building trips, and the overlying process, procedures, and regulations that decide how and when an aircraft can be dispatched.


The modules are not required under Part 135, but can be used to create a unique curriculum, customized to your operator-specific operating manuals and certificate holder’s policies and procedures. It can be used as part of your Safety Management System to mitigate risk.

These modules are specific for flight coordination but can be used in conjunction with other training topics. The Human Factors module complies with the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) training requirement for "Human Factors (HF) / Crew Resource Management (CRM)" defined in Chapter 8 of IS-BAO. The module also complies with the Business Aviation Safety Consortium (BASC) standards NX6 and 2, which require CRM / Human Factors training.

  • Aircraft and Performance
  • Airports and Navigation
  • Errors and Procedural Non-Compliance
  • Human Factors
  • International Procedures
  • Regulations and Emergencies
  • Weather Resources
  • Weather Theory
  • Winter Operations
For a full list of Scheduler/Dispatcher module topics, click here.