Safety training courses of varying complexity and duration cover accident / incident investigation, safety management and other areas.
Entry Point North is one of the largest global air traffic services (ATS) academies.
We carry out our premier training solutions in accordance with best practices and all international rules and standards, including ICAO and European Commission.
Entry Point North is the first ATS academy to be accredited under the European Commission’s directives towards the vision of the Single European Sky by 2020.
Training services for aviation industry personnel
Entry Point North is a total training solution provider. We offer a wide portfolio of training and services to aspiring and operational air traffic controllers, air traffic service officers, air traffic safety electronics personnel, administrative personnel and other aviation-related personnel. We deliver our training and services at our academies in Sweden, Ireland, Hungary, Denmark, Spain, Belgium and at client sites throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Entry Point North
We work closely with our clients to build long-term partnerships aimed at fulfilling all their training requirements. Our clients are regional and international, public and private Air Navigation Service Providers, airports, airlines as well as military organisations.
Modern training philosophy
Entry Point North trains for success, with our proven modern training philosophy, which includes:
- Student in focus
- Understanding of individual needs
- Consideration and mutual respect
- Coaching students to reach full potential
- Engaged and motivated staff
- Support and dedication
- Shared responsibility towards training
International courses for air nagivation staff
Our multinational staff includes air traffic control officers (ATCO), aerodrome flight information service officers (AFISO), pilots, briefing officers, teachers, administrators, selection specialists and ATCO assistants. Staff originate from more than 21 countries and in total speak more than 25 different languages, which creates a truly global environment.
Entry Point North offers a high level of flexibility and mobility. Our training and services can be delivered almost anywhere in the world. All courses are held in English.
State-of-the-art training simulators
Entry Point North uses state-of-the-art BEST software simulators from the UK-based company MicroNav and COOPANS simulators. The training positions are flexible and can be grouped or ungrouped as quickly as needed, to run exercises in stand-alone or suite mode (executive and planner), groups or full ‘control centre’ configuration, all depending on the training requirements.
At our five training sites, we are equipped with more than 380 radar/pilot simulator training positions. In total, we have one 360° 3D, five 270°/360° 3D, and 23 180° 3D state-of-the-art simulators to our disposal.
About Entry Point North
Entry Point North, founded in 2005, is a joint partnership between three air navigation service providers (ANSPs): Naviair (Denmark), LFV (Sweden) and IAA (Ireland).
We are an independent company with extensive training experience inherited from each partner. Together, they employ more than 1,400 air traffic controllers.
Aeronautical Meteorological Observation (AMO) training aims to impart participants with theoretical knowledge and practical skills to enable them to produce fully standardised, accurate meteorological observations.
We are pleased to announce that we now offer ATSEP Refresher training for instructors and assessors.
We are pleased to announce that we now offer an Accredited Virtual Classroom Instructor course, designed for theoretical instructors, teachers and facilitators, as well as others who lead virtual classroom meetings with multiple participants.
It is our pleasure to introduce the ATSEP Assessment Tool: an online library with quizzes and examinations.
Entry Point North has been selected by Avinor AS to provide simulator services and support for on-the-job training (OJT) at Röros airport in Norway
Entry Point North Development Director Appointed as Co-Chair of CANSO Operational Training Task Force
Ms Kerstin Sjöbeck, Development Director at Entry Point North, has been appointed as a co-chair of CANSO’s Operational Training Task Force (OTTF) to lead the work for global collaboration on ATM selection, recruitment and training.
In the autumn of 2020, we host five webinars for the ATSEP community.
Entry Point North will exhibit at World ATM Congress 2020 in Madrid, Spain on 10-12 March.
Meteorological (MET) equipment plays a vital role in ensuring the overall safety of airports and air traffic control centre operations.
Entry Point North has carried out a runway safety programme in Qing Dao, China.
Entry Point North has been working with Ghana Civil Aviation Authorities to deliver an air traffic safety electronics personnel (ATSEP) training programme.
Entry Point North has announced it will be exhibiting at this year's World ATM Congress.
The first air traffic control students began training at Entry Point North Belgium in Brussels on 3 September.
Entry Point North has signed a long-term agreement with Belgocontrol to provide the air navigation service provider (ANSP) with high-quality training through the Entry Point North Belgium joint venture.
Entry Point North, one of the largest global ATS academies, and SAAB Digital Air Traffic Solutions have signed a letter of intent for the formation of a strategic partnership.
Entry Point North has been selected to deliver training for Basic ATS, AFIS, Met-observation (AMO) and Instructor / Assessor facilities for Avinor.
Belgocontrol and Entry Point North's joint venture will provide the necessary staff training until at least 2025.
Entry Point North Ireland (EPNI) officially opened a new air traffic control tower simulator at its Dublin Air Traffic Control Centre (ATCC) at Dublin Airport today (Tuesday, 27 June 2017). The new high-technology simulator, the second such installation in Europe, will be the platform in respect to all future aerodrome training for Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) Dublin-based air traffic control officers.
On 15 May, Entry Point North, one of the largest global ATS academies, received an ISO 9001:2015 certificate. The certificate was awarded following an intensive audit process performed during March / April 2017 at the headquarters in Malmö.
On 1 March Entry Point North, one of the largest global ATS academies, opened its fifth training site in Europe, located in Madrid, Spain. The establishment of the Spanish training site is the newest outcome of its continuous global expansion with the aim to offer top quality training with local presence.
On the 9-10 May 2017, it is once again time for another exciting Entry Point North seminar! This year we will shed a light on the cornerstones of business continuity.
In September 2016 Belgocontrol and Entry Point North entered into a framework agreement for ATCO Initial training. The agreement is awarded after a successful evaluation of a call for tender in July and is valid for one year with a possible extension of three additional years.
During May 2016 Entry Point North successfully ran an assessment centre for 15 future ACS and ADI air traffic controllers of Croatia Control. The objective of the assessment was to select and assign the most suitable student profiles for the coming ACS and ADI Rating training in order to maximise the success rate of the subsequent training.
On 26 February 2016, Entry Point North has completed the certification process of the training organisation in accordance with the Commission Regulation (EU) No 2015 / 340.
Entry Point North will be showcasing their training services at World ATM Congress 2016 in Madrid on 8-10 March.
As a breakthrough in air traffic management (ATM) training, Entry Point North is now providing surveillance and on-the-job training (OJT) including final validation on a simulator for helicopter flight information service (HFIS) operators.
On 1st October students of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia graduated from a two year intensive training programme to become the next generation of air traffic controllers.
On 9 June 2015 Entry Point North, a leading global Air Traffic Services academy, and Naviair (Air Navigation Service Provider of Denmark) entered into a long-term frame agreement for the delivery of simulator platform and related services to be used in training by all Danish ATC Towers and the North Atlantic controllers.
During the World ATM Congress 2015, Entry Point North, a leading global Air Traffic Services academy, and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) signed a collaboration agreement for the development and delivery of complimentary training programs for the aviation industry.
Entry Point North, a leading global ATS academy, has conducted a review of ATCO Training for Austro Control. Consisting of key findings and recommendations, the comprehensive report was presented in Vienna on 28 November 2014.
Entry Point North, a leading global ATS academy, will continue delivering Area Control Surveillance (ACS) Rating training for Croatia Control air traffic control students.
Entry Point North, a leading global ATS academy, has agreed a three-year deal with CAMIC, the Civil Aviation Management Institute of China, to deliver training management programmes from 2014–16.
ATS academy Entry Point North has jointly developed and delivered a harmonised area control surveillance (ACS) rating training module for the ANSPs in five EU member states: Austria, Croatia, Denmark, Ireland and Sweden.
Air traffic services academy Entry Point North was selected by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) in Abu Dhabi to provide an extensive ATSEP training programme.
On 2 January Entry Point North opened a new trans-national academy in Ireland. The academy is a fully owned training subsidiary of Entry Point North.
During 2013-2014 all ATCOs working at 19 Avinor (Norwegian ANSP) towers are receiving their continuation training on Entry Point North's 360 degree state of the art simulators.
In November, 30 students from Saudi Arabia started a two-year training programme for future air traffic controllers for General Authority of Civil Aviation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The agreement is entered between the Ministry of Higher Education and Entry Point North.
On 13 June, Entry Point Central was certified by the Hungarian National Transport Authority for providing English language tests for pilots in accordance with ICAO language proficiency requirements.
During February and March ATCOs from National Air Navigation Services Company (NANSC) in Egypt are being provided with top quality Human Factors training by Entry Point North, one of the largest air traffic services academies in Europe. NANSC is responsible for preparing and operating Air Traffic Services, Navigational Aids and Safe guarding Air Navigation Services within the Egyptian Airspace.
Entry Point North has released a free white paper. The white paper is titled ATSEP - the Latest Training Demand in Aviation.
Entry Point North, one of the largest air traffic services academies in Europe, was selected by PCCW-HKT in Hong Kong as ATSEP Training provider. PCCW-HKT is responsible for CNS/ATM system in Chek Lap Kok Airport Hong Kong. PCCW group also holds interests in telecommunications, media, IT solutions and other businesses throughout the world.
Entry Point North, one of the largest air traffic service academies, is pleased to announce that it has been selected by Croatia Control Ltd to provide ATC-related training to its air traffic controllers. Various ATSEP training courses have been delivered during 2012 and Croatian controllers have received OJTI training in Zagreb.
In October Entry Point North, one of the largest Air Traffic Service academies, delivered its first Pilot's Guide to Air Traffic Control course. The course is specifically designed for pilots as a hands-on induction to air traffic control and the role of an air traffic controller.
Entry Point Central ATS academy, jointly owned by Entry Point North and HungaroControl, delivered its first OJTI course for operational controllers of LPS SR, the Slovakian ANSP, over 22-26 October. The five-day course was fully compliant with Eurocontrol. ATCO Development Training: OJTI Course was provided to ten LPS controllers in Bratislava.
Entry Point North, one of the largest air traffic service (ATS) academies, is now offering on-site training using a specially equipped mobile simulation (MOS) trailer.
Entry Point North, the largest independent air traffic service (ATS) academy in Europe, is pleased to announce that it has become TRAINAIR PLUS Associate member of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). The certificate of the membership was officially handed over to the academy's representatives on the 25 September 2012 during the TRAINAIR PLUS Global Symposium in Singapore with more than 400 participants registered.
Entry Point North, one of the largest Air Traffic Service (ATS) academies, and GroupEAD Europe S.L., Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) service provider, have signed a long-term partnership agreement for cooperation for national and international projects. The mutual cooperation will allow both parties to offer total training solutions to a variety of ANSPs and associated customers throughout the world.
Entry Point North, a leading air traffic management (ATM) academy in Europe, and CAMIC, the Civil Aviation Management Institute of China, have entered into a long-term partnership on collaboration in aviation related training. In July 2011 this long-term cooperation was established when a letter of intent was signed by both parties.
On 7 June 2012, Entry Point North will host the free seminar "Changing training habits in a dynamic environment".
In 2012 Entry Point North celebrates its six year anniversary as one of the largest ATM academies in Europe. During this exciting journey we are proud to have become a full training solution provider, now offering our training services throughout the world.
Aiming to build and strengthen professional competences within safety critical organisations, Entry Point North introduces its 'Train the Trainer' course.
On 26 January 2012 HungaroControl celebrated its tenth anniversary, where CEO of HungaroControl, Kornél Szepessy, handed over the Partner Award to Anne Kathrine Jensen, managing director of Entry Point North.
Following an open tendering process, Entry Point North training academy in Malmoe, Sweden was selected to be the air traffic control training provider for Prishtina International Airport in Kosovo for the next three years.
As supplement to ab-initio training based on Eurocontrol Common Core Content, Entry Point North now introduces ICAO air traffic controller training courses carried out in accordance with ICAO recommendations and standards. Professional multinational staff surrounded by long Scandina
During the last few years the importance of having dedicated training for engineering and technical personnel undertaking operational safety related tasks, has been gaining more prominence. This training is more commonly referred to as air traffic safety electronics personnel (ATSEP). The trainin
In response to numerous requests Entry Point North is planning extra international courses during 2011-2012. Development courses: On-the-job training instructor development course: 24-28 October 2011 for five days On-the-job- training instructor refresher course:
Entry Point North owned by the Swedish, the Danish and the Norwegian air navigation service providers and the Hungarian air navigation service provider are opening a joint ATM training academy in Budapest named Entry Point Central. Starting in September 2011, the future generation
The need for delivering superior services to the aviation industry has brought together Entry Point North and LFV Aviation Consulting as partners in addressing international projects. LFV Aviation Consultancy is part of LFV holding and together they have been delivering consultancy ser