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VATSIM
Global Ratings Policy v2.2013.
No section of this policy overrides the provisions of Sections A(1), A(2), and C(2) of the VATSIM
Code of Conduct.
1.VATSIM Controller Global Ratings

The following controller ratings shall apply throughout VATSIM:
A.Tower Trainee (S1)
This rating does not cover any particular competencies. A member can use this rating to control
no higher than Tower (TWR) subject to local restrictions.
B.TOWER Controller (S2)
This rating includes all airport DEL, GND and TWR control services, except at a tower that
provides procedural approach services as outlined in Section 4.6 of this Policy
C.TMA Controller (S3)
This rating includes APP and DEP control services associated with a particular airport/area.
D.Enroute Controller (C1)
This rating is for all Enroute CTR sectors; both radar and nonradar control services.
E.Senior Controller (C3)
A Senior Controller (C3) rating may be awarded to a controller already certified to provide the
six (6) standard VATSIM controller services described above AND who also provides other
services NOT related to a control role covered by the ratings for: DEL, GND, TWR, APP, DEP or
CTR. The rating of
Senior Controller (C3) may be awarded by any VATSIM Division to give
recognition of seniority, performance or any additional role beyond that of a normal Controller
(C1) as determined by the local Region/Division.

II) TOWER Controller (S2) – TWR positions
A) GENERAL
1: Setup, Configure and Connect to the network
2: Demonstrates understanding of the ATS role
3: Displays service delivery awareness
4: Displays situational awareness
5: Manages communication priority
6: Uses correct phraseology
7: Manages Flight Strips, Tags and Flight Plans
8: Displays professional behaviour and pleasant attitude
B) ATC COORDINATION
1: Coordinates with other ATC where required
D) CLEARANCE DELIVERY
1: Correctly identifies aircraft and applicable flight rule.
2: Applies basic altimetry
3: Issues appropriate clearance and departure instructions
E) GROUND OPERATIONS
1: Issues appropriate GND instructions where/when required
2: Correctly transfers aircraft to TWR where required
F) TOWER OPERATIONS
1: Selects suitable Duty/Active Runway
2: Generates ATIS
3: Issues appropriate TWR instructions where/when required
4: Issues takeoff clearances
5: Issues landing clearances
6: Applies correct runway separation
7: Handles missed approaches
8: Manages circuit traffic
9: Correctly transfers aircraft to next ATC unit.


G: PROCEDURAL TOWERS
In addition to the competencies outlined in Sections A-F above, in accordance with Section 4.6 of the VATSIM
Global Ratings Policy, any Tower Controller (S2) must demonstrate the following competencies prior to
providing ATC services at a designated Procedural Tower, where applicable in the real world for the Facility:
1: Ensures pilot is in receipt of correct ATIS information
2: Cancels STAR (if applicable) and provides tracking information for sequencing or separation
3: Issues descent and provides runway assignment or reiteration
4: Correctly positions aircraft for approach type
5: Correctly issues the approach clearance
6: Provides suitable tracking instructions (radar vectors or with reference to NAVAIDS) to aircraft when
required.
7: Initiates holding when necessary to regulate traffic flow
8: Adjusts aircraft speed or track to achieve sequence
9: Applies appropriate vertical separation between aircraft
10: Applies appropriate lateral separation between aircraft

III) TMA Controller (S3) – APP/DEP positions
A) GENERAL
1: Setup, Configure and Connect to the network
2: Demonstrates understanding of the ATS role
3: Displays service delivery awareness
4: Displays situational awareness
5: Manages communication priority
6: Uses correct phraseology
7: Manages Flight Strips, Tags and Flight Plans
8: Displays professional behaviour and pleasant attitude
B) ATC COORDINATION
1: Coordinates with other ATC where required
C) DEPARTURES
1: Correctly identifies departing aircraft
2: Cancels SID and vectors aircraft for sequencing or separation
3: Issues amended ‘maintain’ level where necessary for positive separation
4: Correctly transfers aircraft to the Enroute controller

D) ARRIVALS
1: Ensures pilot is in receipt of correct ATIS information
2: Cancels STAR and vectors aircraft for sequencing or separation
3: Issues descent and provides runway assignment or reiteration
4: Provides position and distance to run to aircraft
5: Correctly positions aircraft for approach type
6: Correctly issues the approach clearance
7: Correctly transfers aircraft to the TWR controller
E) TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT
1: Verifies mode C level of aircraft when commencing radar service
2: Issues appropriate TMA instructions where/when required
3: Provides suitable vectors to aircraft when required
4: Initiates holding when necessary to regulate traffic flow
5: Adjusts aircraft speed or track to achieve sequence
F) SEPARATION
1: Applies appropriate vertical separation between aircraft
2: Applies appropriate lateral separation between aircraft
G) AIRSPACE SERVICES
1: Passes traffic information where required
2: Provides additional information or navigation service
3: Correctly processes aircraft entering CTA from Class G airspace
4: Correctly processes aircraft leaving CTA into Class G airspace
5: Implements flight following procedures when requested

 
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