IAAE Canada e-Report Volume 17 No. 30  July 24, 2017


Sep 11-12, 2017 - Port Hardy, BC
The objective of the course is to provide participants with effective tools and techniques to identify and control bird and wildlife species. In addition, the course will provide a “how to” in terms of developing a bird and wildlife management program specific to your airport. Under Canadian Aviation Regulations an airport operator is required to establish a bird and wildlife management program. Airport operators are responsible for ensuring that all personnel involved with airport wildlife management are properly trained and receive refresher training at least every five years.  CARS 302.307, prescribes the requirement and criteria for airport wildlife training.

TP 312 5th - Oct 3-5, 2017 Regina, SK
Through a combination of instruction, discussion and group exercises participants will develop a working knowledge of Canadian aerodrome standards and recommended practices as well as the related regulatory requirements. Actual issues will be shared and combined with practical scenarios. Independent open book exercises will be combined with group exercises to develop solutions for increasingly complex problems.
Participants will depart with an understanding of what is required to attain and maintain airport certification.





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SWIFT Conference 2017

Halifax, NS

Sept 18-22, 2017

CANEW Conference

Calgary, AB

Sept 24-29, 2017

BC Aviation Council - Silver Wings Awards 2017

Vancouver, BC

Oct 25, 2017


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(AWC) Airport Wildlife Control

Port Hardy, BC

Sep 11-12, 2017

(WAMSCR) Winter Aircraft Movement Surface Condition Reporting & Friction Measurement

Prince George, BC

Sept 26-28, 2017

(TP312 5th) Aerodrome Standards &
Recommended Practices

Regina, SK

 Oct 3-5, 2017

(ACA) The 2017 Accreditation Academy

Toronto, ON

Oct 16-20, 2017

(AWC) Airport Wildlife Control

Prince George, BC

Oct 17-18, 2017

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