HOW TO SAY IT ON THE RADIO
We’ll leave this one to the last sitting. It is not demanding intellectually and hopefully you will have picked up a lot from listening and using the radio during flying lessons. It doesn’t matter if you are a novice. The course is not only about what to say, how to say it and in what order. There is a smattering of theory. Again it is a very practical exam, and it is all stuff you need to know.
“ROGER ROGER OVER AND OUT”
Know the difference between your Rogers and Wilcos, Over and Outs. Who and what you are. Where you are from and where you are going. Your position and altitude. Your request. QDMs and QDRs. Urgencies and Emergencies.
The exam is 12 questions in 20 minutes
Pass this exam and the oral RT test (we can do this for you at Elstree too), sign the official secrets act then you will have an RT licence for life.