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Aviation Safety
And Security

The University of The South Pacific in conjunction with leading aviation expert Professor Ron Bartsch has developed a series of accredited Aviation Law courses specifically design for aviation and legal professionals. Module 3 from the Aviation Law Program provides an introduction into the topic of aviation safety and security and an overview of how these concepts impacts on organisations and cultures. This course satisfies the requirements of pilots, aircraft engineers, air traffic controllers, managers, airport operators and aviation law professionals in terms of their workplace duties and associated legal and regulatory responsibilities concerning commercial aviation.

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DURATION

6 Weeks

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TIME COMMITMENT

4 Hours / Week

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ASSESSMENT

Yes

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LEARN

FJD 375 / AUD 250

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START DATE

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DIGITAL CREDENTIALS

Certificate of Completion

About This Program

This module offers an overview into role in which commercial Aviation Safety and Security has within organisations and cultures and the impact it has over these domains. You will gain an understanding of what is meant by safety and a systems approach to safety management as considered from a perspective of those working in the aviation industry. The aviation industry is composed of a series of overlapping operational areas that safety and security personnel must protect. Module 3, will increase your awareness into the various threats and criminal activities that target the aviation industry. It will provide insight into each operational area that must be protected accordingly to prevent any terrorist or criminal behaviour.

Key Topics This Module

  • Contemporary approach to aviation safety
  • ICAO Safety requirements
  • Safety Management and Safety Culture
  • Contemporary approach to aviation
  • Aviation Security
  • ICAO security
  • Unlawful Interference & Acts of terrorism

Course Accreditation

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BOARD OF LEGAL EDUCATION FIJI ACCREDITED

10 CLE points upon completion of the full Aviation Law program

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Industry-fuelled
Learning Outcomes

  • Define the safety-related terms
  • Explain the contemporary approach to safety management
  • Recall the ICAO international safety requirements
  • Describe the development of security standards
  • State the requirements of Annex 17 of the Chicago Convention
  • Describe the nature of aviation terrorism

      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
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