Implement the safety strategies and ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) agreed by the air transport community to further improve aviation safety and efficiency. Safety is now data-driven and the prescriptive approach to safety is changing to a performance-based approach.
Diploma code: DIPL-11
Upon completion of this diploma, you will be able to:
Candidates must complete 4 Elective courses within three years.To complete the diploma, you must choose either the Safety Management Systems (SMS) for ANS Providers course or Safety Management Systems (SMS) for Civil Aviation course, plus 3 additional Elective courses.
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.
Develop, implement and maintain a State Safety Program (SSP) in compliance with the relevant ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs)
Learn how to build a management system that integrates safety, quality and risk processes for all aviation operations.
This course provides the fundamentals of how to systematically manage safety in civil aviation using the Safety Management System concept developed by ICAO.
Build on an existing core level of knowledge in SMS
Apply the latest in risk management to everyday aviation operations across the organization at every level of the decision-making process.
Understand safety oversight in civil aviation and review the evolving role of the ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Program (USOAP).
Learn how to manage aviation quality with a process-driven approach. Increase customer satisfaction and safety by following industry best practices.
Learn how to use a system of systems approach to aviation safety, quality, risk and business management.
Learn aviation incident and accident investigation requirements, techniques and working practices. Acquire a structured approach to managing safety to prevent incidents and accidents.
Gain a comprehensive overview of the effect and management of human factors in aviation with this foundation course.
Benefit from the latest in scientific discoveries and developments in the management of risk posed by fatigue in aviation.
Identify potential issues in aircraft recovery when removing immobilized or disabled aircraft in a timely manner.
Gain the knowledge and skills to manage aircraft certification and continuing airworthiness as per the current ICAO Annexes, regulations and requirements (FAA, JAA, EASA).
Build on your knowledge of SMS, examining hazard and risk management, SMS operation, safety assurance and strategic integration.