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Air Despatcher - general info required.

#1
Hi all,

Applied for the role of AD roughly 5 months ago, have since sat the BARB tests where I got 63, and level 2 on both lit and numeracy,
However I have been given limited info on the role itself, the everday job, the training, how often AD's acctually do fly etc...
I have searched the net for several hours and have found out only basic stuff such as The quals you can gain , and that AD's role is to load up / rig a load onto an aircraft and despatch it via the air - thats all, so any advice, info and words of wisdom would be great as i understand it is quite a competative role to get into?

thanks.
 
#3
Hi all,

Applied for the role of AD roughly 5 months ago, have since sat the BARB tests where I got 63, and level 2 on both lit and numeracy,
However I have been given limited info on the role itself, the everday job, the training, how often AD's acctually do fly etc...
I have searched the net for several hours and have found out only basic stuff such as The quals you can gain , and that AD's role is to load up / rig a load onto an aircraft and despatch it via the air - thats all, so any advice, info and words of wisdom would be great as i understand it is quite a competative role to get into?

thanks.
Have a search on here as there are a few threads already.If you still need more info PM me
 
#4
I found out what the basic role would be, the training, the requirements etc but only limited info. I'm looking for more detail and what everyday life would entail.
 

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