Be equipped to manage the challenging environment faced by Air Navigation Service Providers and learn how to run a business enterprise.Diploma code: DIPL-34
Candidates must complete 2 Required courses and 2 Elective courses within three years.
A passing mark of 70% is required on all assignments and exams. A special distinction is awarded to candidates who obtain a distinction in all, or all but one, of all course exams and assignments that make up this Diploma.
Learn how to use benchmarking effectively to deliver service improvements and achieve better performance results.
Gain a solid knowledge of modern ANSP business management practices that will help you guide your organization to success.
Stay up-to-date with the latest in Aeronautical Information Management (AIM), reviewing SWIM, eTOD, AICM/ AIXM, aerodrome mapping, aeronautical information briefing, e-AIP, AIS/MET datalink.
Get the latest updates on the ASBU work coordinated by ICAO and review the leading examples, NextGen and SESAR.
Modernize your Air Navigation Services business in a safe, economical, and harmonized manner.
Learn how to manage air traffic services complying with the objectives of the ICAO Global ATM System.
Profit from the best practices of international leaders in Air Navigation Service Provision to reduce your costs and improve your operating result without compromising your safety performance.
Improve customer relationship management and customer service for Civil Aviation Authorities and Air Navigation Service Providers.
Gain an overview of ICAO CNS/ATM technologies and infrastructure to support the transition to a performance-based air navigation system.
Understand the impact of state rights and obligations, charging policy, facilities financing, management and control on your air navigation services.
Gain an overview of the history of the PBN concept, GNSS theory, Area Navigation (RNAV), RNP, and airspace planning and design.
Understand the implementation and approval processes for PBN navigation specifications from the points of view of States, Civil Aviation Authorities, Air Navigation Service Providers and aircraft operators.
Understand the implementation and operational approval activities required to make Performance-based Navigation (PBN) work.
Review the standards, infrastructure, governance and implementation that enable the management and exchange of Air Traffic Management-related information.