Airport 101 – In The Beginning
The International Association of Airport Executives Canada (IAAE Canada) is pleased to present this Online Training Program created primarily for Airport entry level employees and executives who are not familiar with Airport operations and management. The Airport 101 course is also available in full as a two day program at an Airport site. (See our website for details)
In order to accommodate the increasing changes in Airport employment and to make it as cost effective as possible, this course has been assembled in on-line modules. That way you can decide which modules are necessary and applicable to a particular employee. Maybe over time that means all the modules.
Upon successful completion of the modules, entry-level employees will be comfortable to continue their duties and responsibilities at their respective positions. As well, they will be qualified to undertake any specific functional area courses (specialty) for career advancement.
We view this course not only as an introduction to the Airport industry but a preview of the more in-depth, Basic Airport Safety & Operations School (BASOS). Others participants have followed this up with the Advanced version (AASOS) and eventually the IAAE Canada Accreditation Programs.
Note: Each module should take less than hour to complete including the competency quiz.
This Module is Introduction to Airfield Management:
Subject Matter Expert: Barry Feller A.A.E.
Course Objectives: Airfield operations are the prime reason why airports exist. Airports provide the infrastructure to allow aircraft to operate safely and securely. Airport operations staff is rigorously trained and perform a variety of roles to ensure the safe and coordinated operation of all types of aircraft. The airport operator must ensure that responsibilities and procedures are outlined and well-defined for airport and airline staff as well as military, general aviation, and Nav Canada. This course will familiarize you with the key aspects of an effective airfield operational program and will discuss the roles and responsibilities of the Airport Operator, Transport Canada, Nav Canada, Airlines, and General Aviation in airfield operations.
Airports 101: An Introduction to Airfield Management
Operational Layout: Runways at Small Airports
Operational Layout: Runways at Large Airports
Operational Layout: Runway Capacity
Operational Layout: Taxiways
Airport Operations Manual (AOM)
Operational Layout: Apron
Operational Layout: Gate Management
Operational Layout: Simulations
Traffic Management: Peaking
Traffic Management: Slots
General Aviation (GA)
Traffic Management: Overnight Operations
Airport Operations - Communications
Canada Flight Supplement (CFS)
Notice to Airmen (NOTAM)
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