The Regulation Of Aviation
The University of South Pacific, has co-developed The Regulation of Aviation module with leading aviation expert Professor Ron Bartsch. This is the first module of the Aviation Law, Safety and Security Program and has been developed for professionals working within aviation and associated industries as well as for current students seeking a career in the aviation industry. This course complements the training and educational requirements for pilots, aircraft engineers, air traffic controllers, safety regulators, government employees, commercial managers, airport operators in terms of their workplace duties and associated legal and regulatory responsibilities.
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About This Course
This module provides an overview of how civil aviation is regulated by describing international conventions, in particular the Chicago Convention 1944 and international bodies, such as the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), which have established international recognised standards. The module will also look at the various regulatory authorities in terms of their areas of responsibility.
Key Topics This Module
- The authorities responsible for air safety
- The providers of aviation services and those responsible for the regulation of competition in the State’s aviation industry
- The liberalisation of international aviation markets will also be examined
- An account of how ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) are developed and implemented internationally
- Understanding how the environment is protected from the adverse effects and operations of aircraft.
- Identify the difference between multilateral and bilateral air services agreements.
Industry-Fuelled Learning Outcomes
- Describe the way in which commercial aviation is regulated
- Explain the importance of international aviation conventions
- Discuss why ICAO was established
- Describe the development and implementation of SARPs
- Identify the difference between multilateral and bilateral air service agreements
This Course Is For
- Airline Pilots
- Aircraft engineers, Air traffic controllers and safety regulators
- Aviation Lawyers and Lawyers in related fields
- Professional airline managers and airport operators
- Government officials involved in the transport sector