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Old 3rd Feb 2014, 10:19
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I wanted to know what the procedure and requirements are to work as a flight dispatcher in Canada.
Does it fall under the same category as Govt. job, e.g: ATC, FSS??
I realize there's a Transport Canada exam to be given to receive the certification for a Flight Dispatcher!
How does one go about applying for that too.
Any information on this, or anything you think I missed out on, would be of great help.
Thank you.
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Old 3rd Feb 2014, 13:16
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It is not a government job. Companies hire flight dispatchers like they hire pilots and mechanics.

If you have the right to work in Canada, the next step would be going to Transport Canada / Transports Canada to find the study guide and other relevant information.
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