Strengthen your Civil Aviation management skills using strategies based on the latest trends and market needsDiploma code: DIPL-25
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.
This comprehensive, practical course covers all the main areas of responsibility for CAAs
This is the second part of the of the Regulatory and Operational Management of the CAA course, which will allow you to develop a complete knowledge of the system and its key aspects.
Gain a comprehensive overview of the air transportation industry plus management and presentation skills to boost your career.
Leveraging IATA know-how look deeper into economic and policy developments affecting the global air transport industry. Examine Financial Forecasts, Industry Outlooks, profitability, regulations.
Learn about the Air Transport Statistics programs run by IATA and ICAO including current standards, concepts and methodologies for the compilation of traffic statistics.
Be up-to-date on aviation environmental issues and their management, with a special emphasis on new technology, improved operations and modernized methods of airspace and airport management.
Acquire a general understanding of aviation law relevant to air navigation services, airlines, civil aviation authorities and airports.
Get the latest updates on the ASBU work coordinated by ICAO and review the leading examples, NextGen and SESAR.
Learn how to develop a state aviation legal and regulatory reform project management plan, for civil aviation authorities.
Share information and facilitate decision making, plan operations and improve air traffic management.
Obtain the necessary skills to manage civil aviation policy and regulation.
Sharpen your skills in civil aviation strategic management, master planning and operational planning.