The aim of the INITIAL training is to give future FOO/FD the knowledge and skills, necessary to carry out this activity immediately completing the training.More details >
Our NAVacademy Educational and Training Center offers complete trainings for dispatchers up to specialized trainings directly tailored to the needs of customers. Our trainings are taught by professionals with years of experience.
Our goal is to provide training and education based on interlinking theory and practice in accordance with national and international aviation regulations, thereby ensuring the skills of the participants and raising the prestige of this profession among airlines.
We offer good basic and advanced trainings, special trainings and other services, conducted by outstanding and experienced instructors.
An individual approach to clients is a matter of course, the same as the provision of training material in an environment that conforms to „ICAO classroom requirements and configurations“.
Aviation internship is possible.
Thanks to our own planning system NAVsystem, attendees of the INITIAL training can apply their knowledge in practice.
Our portfolio includes various types of training, including the NAVsystem standard training.
The aim of the ANNUAL seminar is to deepen and perfect the required knowledge, skills and qualifications for FOO/FD by using practical examples, case studies, and advance knowledge about specific themes and suggestions for improvement.More details >
The TAILORED training is composed of modules and topics chosen by the client. The schedule of training can be adjusted to match more accurately the dispatcher operating manual (OM-D). For experienced FOO/FD, training includes only selected topics (RECURRENT training).More details >
The aim of the NAVsystem Training is to provide familiarity with how the NAVsystem works. This course is above the framework of basic NAVsystem training, which is part of concluding the contract. The focus can be on planning, on the basis of client requirements.More details >
We are delighted to be collaborating with these experts in the aviation industry and related fields.
Anton started his career in 1966 as aviation engineer at CSA, graduated from the Transport University in Žilina, Faculty of Operations and Economics of Transport and Communications, specialization – Air Operations and Economics. At CSA he worked for 25 years in various positions, the last position in ČSA was the head of the Department of Flight Preparation and Documentation. He also worked as Head of Navigation at Georgia Air, and in 1994 he founded NAV Flight Services, where he works until now.
NAVacademy trainings with Anton:
Annual Winter Training
Ota graduated from the Faculty of Transportation of ČVUT specialization Operation and Management of Air Transport and immediately after graduation he remained at the Faculty of Transportation Sciences at ČVUT as a teacher. At the same time Ota has worked at Smartwings, a.s. as deputy head of the navigation department and navigator. Because of his experience, Ota operates at NAVacademy as a lecturer in Flight Planning, Navigation and is assisted in ATM and CDM. Besides lecturing, he also acts as a Safety Manager.
Martin works as a training supervisor for handling and balancing, airports and other interesting topics in NAVacademy. He graduated on ČVUT, the Faculty of Transportion and has been working in the operation of Czech Airlines for more than 20 years. He uses practical experience gained in various operating positions, from the navigator to the head of the Smartwings (former Travel Service) air navigation department for which he has been working since 2002. At a time that does not involve airlines, he is trying to help develop and test applications for flight planning and dispatchers at Honeywell.
Petr graduated on Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics and has been working in aviation industry for more than 12 years – mostly focusing on flight efficiency topics. He was cooperating with NAV since 2008 and later he moved to Honeywell Aerospace where he held several positions within engineering and sales departments. Petr is author of multiple US patents related to aviation and currently he helps to drive R&D and business development efforts in NAV.
Helena works for NAVacademy as an instructor in the field of Civil Air Law and Regulations and Aviation Indoctrination. She works in aviation more than 15 years. In the training, she uses knowledge and practical skills gained on various working positions encompassing securing the participation of CR in International Civil Aviation Organization and coordination of negotiation of international treaties executed by ICAO, or acting as a cargo sales executive together with arranging cargo charter flights. Nowadays she works as Senior Officer at the Civil Aviation Department of the Ministry of Transport, with responsibility mainly for negotiating with foreign air carriers, considering their requests and issuing flight permissions and for regulation in the field of safe transport of dangerous goods by air.
Marek received a Bachelor’s degree at the Faculty of Transportation in ČVUT. During his studies, he practiced in company GE Aviation Czech. Eventually, he became a Smartwings navigator and later the specialist of flight performance. His academic education and practice adds several certificates from Boeing and Airbus. At NAV Academy, he is very happy to forward his knowledge to his colleagues, both in Czech and in his favorite English.
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Since the start of the NAVacademy project in 2017, our trainings have been attended by dozens of participants. It is an honor for us to prepare further trainings for you.
We would like to thank our clients and business partners:
“We really like your trainings. We see them as a big plus in that they save us a lot of time. … This way we can calmly focus on our work and be 100% sure that the training given to our new dispatchers will be exactly as we expect it…
… There are situations where new employees can at first feel a little disappointed about being sent away from our company right at the start, but as soon as they learn how the training is done at NAV, then they are happy that they would like it to go on even longer. The entire training at NAV is very positive and promotes the desire for more work…”
After an intensive three-week training at NAVacademy, and in combination with my own intensive studies, I was able within a month after starting my career in aviation to work as a dispatcher for Air Bohemia and to handle situations connected to flight planning without any major complications.