Aviation & Airports Management Training Courses


Introduction to Aviation Training Course

Introduction to Aviation:

The Introduction to Aviation Training Course offers an insightful overview of civil aviation's complex and multifaceted world. This comprehensive aviation training program provides a detailed examination of the sector's regulatory framework, introduces the various aviation certification bodies, and highlights the rules and laws they enforce.

The Introduction to Aviation training course offers a comprehensive foundation in the aviation industry, covering essential topics such as aviation management, safety, law, insurance, and risk management.

Understand What Introduction to Aviation Training Is:

This aviation program provides participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to navigate the complex landscape of the aviation sector. Through this course, individuals gain insights into aviation certification processes and understand the requirements and procedures for obtaining an aviation certificate.

Additionally, participants delve into aviation insurance and risk management, learning how to mitigate potential risks and ensure the safety of aviation operations. The Introduction to Aviation training course equips learners with a solid understanding of aviation principles, preparing them for further specialization or career advancement within the aviation field.

Target Audience:

This aviation course is for individuals preparing to embark on a career in the aviation industry. It is also an invaluable resource for those seeking to enhance their competencies and understanding of this rapidly evolving field. Participants will explore subjects ranging from aviation management to aviation safety and from aviation law to aviation risk management.

Course Objectives:

Upon completion of this aviation program, students will be able to:

  • Gain in-depth knowledge of organizing and managing scheduled or charter flights, adhering to international and EU aviation regulations.
  • Acquaint themselves with National Civil Aviation Authorities, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), Joint Aviation Authorities, and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
  • Develop a thorough understanding of European Regulations and their implications on airline operations.
  • Grasp the complexities of airline structure, including issuing and managing aviation certificates and licenses.
  • Learn about the concepts inherent in the European Open Sky policy.

Targeted Competencies:

By enrolling in this aviation training course, participants can expect to develop competencies in the following areas:

  • General Aviation Knowledge.
  • Airport Operations.
  • Aircraft Operations.
  • Civil Aviation Regulation.

Course Content:

Unit 1: Introduction to Aviation:

  • Explore the necessity for a comprehensive regulatory environment in aviation.
  • Understand the Chicago Convention, ICAO's structure, rulemaking procedures, and annexes.
  • ECAC and the origin of JAA
  • Transition from JAA to EASA: rulemaking, implementation, the authority of EASA
  • Understand the remaining authority of the National Civil Aviation Authorities v. the authority of EASA.

Unit 2: European Regulations in Aviation:

  • Discussing the rulemaking procedures of the EU: The role of European Institutions such as the Parliament and the European Commission.
  • Analyze the importance of European Regulations and their relationship with national rules and ICAO AMCs.
  • Delve into the regulatory 'packages' and the EC's most significant regulations and domains of authority.
  • The regulatory 'packages.'
  • Know about regulations on operations, maintenance, handling, and airport slots.
  • Regulations on Consumer Protection.

Unit 3: Introduction to Aviation Management:

  • Unpack the operational structure of an EASA-compliant airline.
  • Understand the importance of the airline quality and safety management system.
  • Learn about the structure of airline maintenance. Relevant responsibilities.
  • Understand the responsibilities of the airline post holders.
  • Responsibilities of airline personnel. (flying – non-flying)
  • Who needs a license? Who grants the license? Validity of the license? (Flying, operational, maintenance).

Unit 4: Aviation Certification and the Airline Licence and A.O.C:

  • Different between Licence and A.O.C. under EC Regulations, standards.
  • License and A.O.C under ICAO.
  • Examine the history of EC Regulation on the licensing of air carriers and how licensing conditions relate to safety.

Unit 5: Introduction to Aviation Law: The European "Open Sky":

  • Investigate traffic rights within the European Community legal framework.
  • Know the transition from bilateral to horizontal agreements.
  • Learn about the relationship between Europe and the USA.
  • The ECAA and Euromed
  • Understand the safety protection of the European Airspace: SAFA inspections, the control of non-European airlines by the National Authorities, the European 'blacklist,' and the procedure before the European Air Safety Committee.
  • Define airport slots and traffic rights, including the role of the slot coordinator.

Unit 6: Introduction to Aviation Insurance and Risk Management: Aircraft Leasing:

  • Analyze the characteristics of dry lease agreements, including their delivery and return conditions.
  • Delve into wet leases or A.C.M.I. agreements and examine their conditions under EU Regulations and National Civil Aviation Authorities' control.
  • Understand the structure of ACMI contracts and the role of aircraft brokers.

Unit 7: Consumer Protection in Aviation:

  • Review EC Regulations on compensation for denied boarding, cancellations, and significant delays.
  • Evaluate the rights of disabled persons with reduced mobility under EC Regulations.
  • Study EU directives on consumer information and ticket pricing
  • Know the applicability of EU rules to non-EU carriers.

Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
28 Jul - 01 Aug 2024
4500 Euro
Barcelona (Spain)
29 Jul - 02 Aug 2024
5500 Euro
Amman (Jordan)
04 - 08 Aug 2024
3200 Euro
Sharm El-Sheikh (Egypt)
04 - 08 Aug 2024
4500 Euro
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
04 - 08 Aug 2024
4500 Euro
Manama (Bahrain)
11 - 15 Aug 2024
5500 Euro
Madrid (Spain)
12 - 16 Aug 2024
5500 Euro
Lisbon (Portugal)
02 - 06 Sep 2024
5200 Euro
Casablanca (Morocco)
16 - 20 Sep 2024
4000 Euro
Istanbul (Turkey)
06 - 10 Oct 2024
5000 Euro
Cairo (Egypt)
13 - 17 Oct 2024
3500 Euro
Rome (Italy)
14 - 18 Oct 2024
5500 Euro
Online
20 - 24 Oct 2024
2500 Euro
London (UK)
28 Oct - 01 Nov 2024
5800 Euro
Amsterdam (Netherlands)
28 Oct - 01 Nov 2024
5500 Euro
Online
03 - 07 Nov 2024
2500 Euro
Munich (Germany)
02 - 06 Dec 2024
5200 Euro
Vienna (Austria)
02 - 06 Dec 2024
5200 Euro
Madrid (Spain)
16 - 20 Dec 2024
5500 Euro
Paris (France)
06 - 10 Jan 2025
5500 Euro
Online
12 - 16 Jan 2025
2500 Euro
Manama (Bahrain)
26 - 30 Jan 2025
5500 Euro
Milan (Italy)
27 - 31 Jan 2025
5500 Euro
Paris (France)
03 - 07 Feb 2025
5500 Euro
Geneva (Switzerland)
03 - 07 Feb 2025
5200 Euro
Barcelona (Spain)
03 - 07 Feb 2025
5500 Euro
Dubai (UAE)
09 - 13 Feb 2025
4500 Euro
London (UK)
10 - 14 Feb 2025
5800 Euro
Cairo (Egypt)
16 - 20 Feb 2025
3500 Euro
Boston (USA)
24 - 28 Feb 2025
9000 Euro
Dubai (UAE)
09 - 13 Mar 2025
4500 Euro
London (UK)
10 - 14 Mar 2025
5800 Euro
Cairo (Egypt)
16 - 20 Mar 2025
3500 Euro
Amsterdam (Netherlands)
17 - 20 Mar 2025
5500 Euro
Barcelona (Spain)
31 Mar - 20 Apr 2025
5500 Euro
Istanbul (Turkey)
06 - 20 Apr 2025
5000 Euro
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
20 - 20 Apr 2025
4500 Euro
Amman (Jordan)
20 - 20 Apr 2025
3200 Euro
Vienna (Austria)
12 - 20 May 2025
5200 Euro
Istanbul (Turkey)
18 - 20 May 2025
5000 Euro

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