Osprey wins new contract to provide ATM training to Project MARSHALL
Osprey CSL is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a new contract by NATS to deliver equipment conversion training in support of Project MARSHALL.
Our Instructors, working alongside colleagues from NATS, will train Air Traffic Control, Operations and squadron staff across the UK on a range of Air Traffic Management (ATM) systems as part of the Ministry of Defence’s (MOD’s) airfield equipment replacement and upgrade programme. This will also include the introduction of new capabilities such as Mode S radars and Wide Area Multilateration.
Jon Arden, Managing Director at Osprey CSL said “We are already supporting Project MARSHALL in a number of areas, but this contract brings our very strong military ATM and Instructor credentials to bear. Osprey staff have held controlling endorsements at virtually every Main Operating Base covered by Project MARSHALL – they are therefore particularly well qualified to deliver this essential and exciting element of the project.”