The Civil Aviation Training Center of Korea Airports Corporation was established in 1984 with UNDP and ICAO aids for improvement of technical expertise to contribute to the safety in and development of the civil aviation industry. KCATC offers specialized training courses for domestic and international trainees in an effort to foster global-minded human resources experts in the air navigation system, airport management and operation, air traffic control and other fields in the aviation industry. Since 2001, the center has implemented annual international training programs for 481 aviation personnel.
KCATC is staffed with excellent instructors who has years of experiences and specialties. The International Training Building is equipped with state of the art, practical training facilities. KCATC will satisfy the trainees from different countries by providing the best customized service.
KCATC's Facilities & Faculty
|Training Facilities ＆ Equipment
||New international training center with the most advanced facilities completed in April 2009. Twelve lecture rooms, air traffic control & aviation facility laboratories, and seminar rooms are fully equipped with audio-visual aids such as beam projectors and video presentation aids.
Training equipments and electronic calibrators are provided for every course to allow practical training: 2 DVOR, 2 ILS, 3 DME, 1 trail air traffic control simulator, 1 GPS training equipment, and 30 calibrating equipments including oscilloscopes and spectrum analyzers.
||All trainees will be staying in dormitories equipped with air conditioning and heating, PC lounge with the internet access and served with the buffet style meals that different nationalities can enjoy.
Gym, soccer field, DVD room, and music rooms are also available free of charge for the trainees' use.
All courses consist of classroom lectures, practical training, and on-site visits. In particular, trainees will have chances to meet with senior aviation safety and air navigation systems officials and to discuss mutual cooperation.
Trainees will also have opportunities to visit the Incheon Airport, the Gimpo Airport, VOR manufacturing companies, the aviation museum, and other important aviation facilities, in addition to experiencing Korean culture on visits to old palaces, historic sites and other popular tourist spots.