Automatic Weather Observing System (AWOS)


  • Prepare a specialized MET officer 


  1. Characterize the observing system.
  2. Draw approach to why the Meteo. Services need AWOS
  3. Extract the. principles of Meteo. Parameters by using electronic devices.
  4. Extract the Principles of measuring surface wind
  5. Respond to the measuring air pressure (QFE, QFF, QNH)
  6. Explain the Principles of measuring precipitation.
  7. Respond to the Principles of measuring temperature and humidity.
  8. Characterize the Principles of optical sensors for measuring visibility and cloud height.
  9. Demonstrate the. Data acquisitions system
  10. Draw approach to the Maintenance and troubleshooting.

Who Sould Attend

  • • Aerodrome quality and compliance managers • Aerodrome infrastructure and maintenance Staff • Airfield Technicians working on maintenance of airfield pavements on Civil Airports • Airline staff • Airport engineers • Airport function managers • Airport supervisors • AIS officers and operation officers of the aviation companies. • Aviation Authority Personnel • Cabin Crew • Cartographer

Course Content

  • Aeronautical Communication
  • Aeronautical Information Services
  • Aeronautical Meteorological Services
  • Air Operation
  • Air Traffic Control and Search and Rescue Services
  • Air Transport Overview
  • Airport Engineering and Maintenance
  • Airport planning and design
  • Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting Services
  • Airport safety


  • Working in meteorology units


Start Date: November 23, 2024
Registration Deadline: November 17, 2024
Fees: 3000 USD

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Course Duration
10 Day
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