||Subject area||Aviation Safety
|Name||Airport Emergency Planning Management|
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Successful course completion will adequately provide graduates with a level of knowledge sufficient to fully understand most aspects of an AEP as based on a generic international airport model.
- When the course is combined with adequate & associated practical experience, graduates should generally be capable of taking on any assignment associated with the AEP
- Experienced AEP managers will also benefit - mainly due to the broad range of inputs which have been used to develop the course - some of which will almost certainly be considered by such managers - when their AEPs are due for upgrade; inspection; audit etc.
Who shoud attend
- Front-line airport staff having a significant involvement with emergency response at their airport together with all levels of related management, up to and including the airport's top manager
- Airport staff that might need to indirectly support an emergency response, together with those who maintain normal operations whilst the emergency is in progress
- Who would like to attain a better knowledge of the AEP in general.
- Any airline/s , airports'staff including ground handling agents
- The basics - terminology; regulation; best practice; concepts
- The surrounding community Command,
- Control, Co-ordination & Communication incl. crisis response centres
- Humanitarian Assistance including Call / Contact / Information Centre
- Aircraft Operator & Ground Handling Agent Emergency Response an overview Crisis Communications
- Aircraft Related Emergencies
- Non-aircraft Related Emergencies
- Aircraft Salvage / Recovery etc.
This course is not planned, Request