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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 Program.

Note: Each module should take less than hour to complete including the competency quiz.

This Module is Introduction to History of Airport Development in Canada

Subject Matter Expert: Barry Feller A.A.E.

Course Objectives:

The objective of this course is to familiarize the participant with the History of Airport Development in Canada. At the end of the course the participant will have a basic knowledge of the functions, elements and importance of this information.


Course Outline

1

Airports 101:
The History of Airport Development in Canada

21

The 1980s

2

IAAE Canada's On-line Training Series

22

Freedom to Move Policy

3

Course Objectives

23

Worldwide Terrorist Events

4

Introduction

24

Local Airport Authorities (LAP)

5

The First Flight

25

LAP Guidelines

6

The Early Years

26

First Canadian Airport Authorities

7

World War I

27

National Airport Policy (NAP)

8

Interwar Period

28

NAP Facts

9

The Air Board Act

29

Airport Classification – National Airport Systems

10

Department of National Defence (DND)

30

Airport Classification – Satellite Airport

11

Trans-Canada Airway

31

Airport Classification – Regional/Local Airports

12

Department of Transport (DOT)

32

Airport Classification – Small Airports

13

Trans-Canada Airlines

33

Airport Classification – Remote Airports

14

World War II

34

Airport Classification – Arctic Airports

15

Post War Growth

35

Current Status

16

Expansion and Growth

36

Issues

17

Jet Aircraft

37

Conclusion

18

National Policy and Airport Management

38

Pre Exam Intro

19

Arctic Air Facilities Policy

39

Take the Exam

20

Airport System Classification

To review other modules in this Airport 101 Training Series Click here

If you have a suggestion for a topic please mailto:headquarters@iaaecanada.org

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