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Aerodrome Operations 8 - 11 May 2018

£1,530.00

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Course duration: 3.5 days   Course date: 8 - 11 May 2018  Course location: Gatwick, UK

 

 

This course provides delegates with an insight into safety practices and the complexities of Aerodrome Operations. Through interactive discussion delegates will learn about key processes, procedures and issues relating to aerodrome certification, development, operations, safety oversight auditing and regulatory compliance. This course is aimed at new or prospective employees working within the aerodrome industry or for a Government Department / National Aviation Authority. Tangible benefits have been identified by individuals involved in management, inspection, ground operations, safety (systems, environment, advisers, quality management, and analysts), maintenance, rescue and fire fighting services and those concerned in the process of International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Annex 14 and Aerodrome Certification.

 

This course is suitable for:

 

  • New or prospective employees working within the aerodrome industry or for a Government Department / National Aviation Authority. 
  • Individuals involved in management, inspection, ground operations, safety (systems, environment, advisers, quality management, and analysts), maintenance, rescue and fire fighting services and those concerned in the process of ICAO Annex 14 and Aerodrome Certification.

 

Key topics include:

 

  • Global overview (ICAO, European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Department for Transport)
  • Development of aerodrome policy, standards and strategy
  • Aerodrome compliance auditing and inspections
  • Safety Management Systems (SMS) and the Accountable Manager
  • Aerodrome Manual
  • Aerodrome physical characteristics
  • Safety surfaces - Obstacle Limitation Surfaces (OLS)
  • Aeronautical ground lighting
  • Runway friction surfaces theory
  • Aerodrome wildlife risk management
  • Low visibility procedures
  • Runway incursion
  • Rescue and fire fighting services
  • Emergency planning
  • Mandatory Occurrence Reporting (MOR).