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FRTOL Phraseology

Radiotelephony Professionals

FRTOL / ROCC Instructors and Examiners, industry leading Radiotelephony Training & Examinations

Planespeak Radiotelephony

Centrally located in the West Midlands, UK, we are in the best position to offer you our professional FRTOL and ROCC training services. Working closely with local & national flight training establishments and Air Traffic Services Units, we are able to provide excellent facilities for your Radiotelephony training needs. We are also able to deliver training and examinations anywhere in the UK on request, please contact us to find out more.

frtol examiner andy moon

FRTOL / ROCC Examiner, Instructor & Owner

Andy Moon

Andy has been an authorised CAA FRTOL / ROCC Examiner since 2002 and is a current ATPL licence holder flying the Airbus A330-200 for a UK based operator. He is also rated to fly the largest aircraft in the RAF, the ‘Voyager’ Multi Role Tanker /Transport (MRTT) and commissioned with Merit from the oldest and most prestigious air college in the world, RAF Collage Cranwell. As well as operating flights all around the globe, Andy enjoys the thrill of General Aviation and keeps his single engine piston rating current flying an array of light aircraft.

Andy is able to relate to all aspects of Radiotelephony, Civil (G/A & Commercial), Military and ATC. He holds a validated Flight Information Service Officers (FISO) licence and has been working in Air Traffic part time since 2001 as a hobby to broaden his experience and Radiotelephony knowledge 'seeing it from the other side.'

Once the youngest examiner in the CAA, Andy is now a Senior FRTOL Examiner and a prominent member of the CAA Radiotelephony & Phraseology working group (RTPWG) where he contributes to changes and improvements in his specialist area of Radiotelephony standardisation. Andy is also an independent EASA subject specialist in Communications as well as a CAA subject matter expert. Recently, Andy has been heavily consulting and developing the future of UK Radiotelephony Testing procedures and implementation strategy, including the writing of CAA standards documentation and examiner handbook.

“I get great satisfaction from teaching and examining Radiotelephony. I have a common sense approach to the subject with the aim to keep it simple and realistic as I can.”

FRTOL instructor george bloor

FRTOL / ROCC Instructor

George Bloor

George is an Airfield Duty Manager with Manchester Airports Group at one of the UK's busiest airports and manages the operation of a highly complex airport environment on a day to day basis. Whilst still relatively young, George has gained significant experience in the aviation sector, working internationally with Airports Council International in Washington D.C. and more recently in China as part of Manchester's successful efforts to increase direct connectivity and commercial trade between the two regions.

An air trafficker at heart, George has remained a practicing FISO since his validation in 2011 and has operated at a number of aerodromes across the country.

FRTOL instructor rachael eden

FRTOL / ROCC Instructor

Rachael Eden MBE

Rachael is an experienced military Air Traffic Control Officer, having completed multiple tours at both Terminal and Area Radar Units. She has fulfilled roles as Watch Supervisor, Local Examining Officer and particularly enjoyed her time as a member of the RAF’s Air Traffic Control Examining Board.

Rachael was promoted to Squadron Leader in 2001 where she was posted to a Staff Officer role; here she was responsible for commanding a joint force air reconnaissance mission to Africa and was pivotal in leading the re-opening of Basra International Airport to allow the re-enablement of humanitarian aid into Southern Iraq. In 2003 she was awarded an MBE in recognition of her support to air operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. Her career culminated in a command tour at the London Air Traffic Control Centre where she was responsible for all aspects of ATCO training.

Since leaving the RAF, Rachael has worked within contingency planning roles, moving into financial services in 2007 where she has undertaken a wide variety of positions including business continuity, operational risk and customer experience. Rachael holds a ROCC & FISO licence and is passionate about training future students.