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Students who complete a part of their degree in Asia are growing in numbers. Currently, the second and the third biggest economies are in Asia. Without limitation, students have described their time in Asia as the best experience of their lives. Today, three of the four most populated countries of the world are in Asia: China, India, and Indonesia.

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Qualified Military Pilot Bridge Course (QMP)

Horizon International Flight Academy
Campus 21 weeks September 2017 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi

The aim of the course is to train Qualified Military Pilots to obtain a GCAA CPL (H) license. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation Management in Asia. Aim of the Course The aim of the course is to train Qualified Military Pilots to obtain a GCAA CPL (H) license. Syllabus of the Course Theoretical Knowledge : 300 hours "Optional" Flying Training : 15 hours Duration of the Course : 21 weeks Structure of the Course The syllabus of the QMP (H) Course covers the following subjects: Air Law Aircraft General Knowledge incl. Instrumentation Mass & Balance Aircraft Performance Flight Planning Human Performance Meteorology Navigation Radio Navigation Operational Procedures Principles of Flight Communications Entry Requirements Meet the GCAA Class One medical standard Proficiency in English is expected - ICAO Level 3 before commencing the course and ICAO Level 4 at license issue A QMP who has been on active or non-active flying within the past 12 months GCAA Class 1 Medical Certificate Have successfully completed a course in military/police ground and flying training and been awarded wings by the Armed Forces Possess a minimum of 500 total flying hours, of which the flying experience recorded during military/police flying training must fulfill the following: 100 flying hours must be pilot in command hours; 20 flying hours must be cross-country under instruction; 10 flying hours must be instrument under instruction or for Instrument rating, 40 flying hours of instrument under instruction; 5 flying hours at night A military/police pilot will only be eligible for an ATPL if he has more than 500 flight hours on multi-crew transport aircraft A military... [-]

Cargo Introductory

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Part time 60 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

With over 52 million tons of cargo shipped annually, the air cargo industry is the place to be. Prepare yourself to work in the industry with this comprehensive course. [+]

Description With over 52 million tons of cargo shipped annually, the air cargo industry is the place to be. Prepare yourself to work in the industry with this comprehensive course. You will learn about basic IATA cargo rules and procedures, how freight forwarders and airline cargo units operate, plus much more. This course is mandated for IATA Cargo Agents in accordance with the IATA Cargo Agency Resolutions Industry Regulations ICAO, IATA, NAA & FIATA The Air Cargo Agency The IATA Cargo Agent The Consolidator (Air Freight Forwarder) World Geography Use of Guides Aircraft Aircraft Structure and Category Aircraft Configuration & Layout Handling Facilities Airports Aircraft Handling Facilities Cargo Terminal Facilities Air Cargo Acceptance Instructions for Carriage Acceptance based on the Shipper's Letter of Instruction (SLI) Special Cargoes Cargo Booking Procedures Airline Booking Procedures Cargo Automation Administrative Automation Physical Handling Automation Cargo 2000 Air Cargo Rates and Charges The Air Cargo Tariff (TACT) Rates and Charges & Minimum Charge (M) General Cargo Rates (GCR)& Specific Commodity Rates (SCR) Class Rates or Commodity Classification Rates Lower Charges in Higher Weight Category Valuation Charges Disbursements The Air Waybill The Airline Logo Equipped Air Waybill Neutral Air Waybill Labelling and Marking [-]

Airline Cabin Crew

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Part time September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

This course is ideal for young professionals looking to get a head start in the profession, introducing the skills and responsibilities expected by the world’s leading airlines. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation Management in Asia. Description This course is ideal for young professionals looking to get a head start in the profession, introducing the skills and responsibilities expected by the world’s leading airlines. Special emphasis is given to customer service and procedures for handling unusual situations during flight, with the final module of the course giving useful tips for completing the recruitment process. Introduction to the Airline Industry Regulatory Context of the Airline Industry Organization Structures in Airlines Airport Transport and Flight Operation Flight Operation The Aircraft Cabin Theory of Flight and Altitude Physiology Crew Responsibilities and Cooperation Organization Structure and Board the Aircraft Communication on Board the Aircraft Cabin Crew Duties in Normal Operations Managing Abnormal and Emergency Situations Perspective on Air Transportation Safety Turbulence and Cabin Decompression Emergency Landing and Evacuation Medical Emergencies Onboard the Aircraft Medical Emergency Equipment Onboard the Aircraft Performing CPR, AED and Heimlich Manoeuvre Flight and Cabin Crew Incapacitation Dangerous Goods Air Transportation of Dangerous Goods Handling Dangerous Goods in the Aircraft Cabin Aviation Security Coordinated Efforts to Increase Aviation Security Unlawful Interference Customer Service and Interaction with passengers Creating a Customer Service Environment Serving Passengers with Additional Needs Airline Catering and Onboard Retail Services Organization of Airline Catering Serving Meals Onboard the Aircraft Cabin Crew Professional Development The Cabin Crew Professional and Life Style Choices Cabin Crew Professional Development [-]

Airline Revenue Management

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Part time 60 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

IATA Airline Revenue Management gives you an opportunity to discover how legacy airlines and low-cost carriers apply basic principles of Airline Revenue Management. [+]

Description IATA Airline Revenue Management gives you an opportunity to discover how legacy airlines and low-cost carriers apply basic principles of Airline Revenue Management. This course covers below topics: Introduction to Revenue Management Managing Airline Passenger Demand Airline Pricing Booking Class Assignment Seat Inventory Control Spoilage Management Group Management cheduling and Capacity Adjustments Product Distribution A Revenue Management Organisation [-]

Airport Operations

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Part time 60 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

IATA Airport Operations provides you with the knowledge to grow your career in the management of Airport’s operations, designed for professionals aspiring a career in Airport Operations or recently appointed staff working for or at an Airport. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation Management in Asia. Description Starting a career or wishing to expand your knowledge in airports? Get the essential knowledge you need to succeed. IATA Airport Operations provides you with the knowledge to grow your career in the management of Airport’s operations, designed for professionals aspiring a career in Airport Operations or recently appointed staff working for or at an Airport, will cover below topics: Understanding the Airport Overview of the Air Transport System Airport Definition, Function, Customers and Partners Airport Management and Operation The Need of Standardisation The Airport Business and its Economic Impact Airport Master Planning The Airport as an Operational System Physical & Service Components of the Airside Operational Procedures of Airside Physical Components of the Terminal Processing of Passengers, Luggage and Freight Operational Procedures of Terminal Physical Components of the Landside Processes and Operational Procedures of Landside Airport Certification The Overall Airport Operation Security Civil Aviation Security Airport Security Aircraft Operator's Security Program Testing, Inspection & Audit Support Services On-Site Services External Services Airport Issues and Challenges Security Threats Economics Capacity New Aircraft Types Sustainable Development The Future of Airports Future Technology Ownership and Operation Coping with Uncertainty [-]

Passenger Ground Services and Altea DC- Customer Management

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Part time 80 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Learn what it takes to work at one of the airline industry's most visible airport positions and obtain the skills you need to provide assistance and related passenger services at the check-in, gate and concourse of your airport. [+]

Description Learn what it takes to work at one of the airline industry's most visible airport positions and obtain the skills you need to provide assistance and related passenger services at the check-in, gate and concourse of your airport. The course is designed to complement the training requirements outlined in the IATA Airport Handling Manual (AHM), the IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) and the IATA Passenger Services Conference Resolutions Manual (PSCRM) Introduction to Airport & Airline Ground Operations The Airport as an Operational System Airline Ground Operational Requirements International Passenger & Baggage Carriage Regulatory Framework Camputer Reservations and Departure Control Systems Function The Computer Reservations System The Departure Control System The AMADEUS System Check-In Procedures for Passengers and their Baggage (Airport & Off-Site) Passenger Acceptance Baggage Acceptance Arrival and Transfer Services Conditions of Carriage, Boarding Procedures and Close-out Messaging Conditions of Contract for Carriage of Passengers and Baggage Passenger Boarding Procedures and Flight Close-out Messaging Introduction to Dangerous Goods Regulations International DG Regulatory References Restrictions and Limitations Classifications, Packaging, Marking and Labeling Dangerous Goods Emergency Procedures Managing Passenger Interactions Importance of Customer Service to the Business Handling Passenger Interactions Efficiently Aviation Security Requirements for Passengers and Baggage ICAO International Conventions Passenger & Baggage Security Procedures The Passenger and Baggage Reconciliation Procedures Bomb Threats and Responses to them Enhanced Passenger Facilitation Purpose of Advance Passenger Processing CUSS, CUTE, CUPPS Roles of PGSAs in a Fast Travel Program Future in the Industry Your future - Landing a Job in Aviation... [-]

Fundamental Skills in Journey Pricing and Ticketing

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Part time 70 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

You will develop new skills through practical exercises and with the support of reference materials to become the travel professional your customers trust. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation Management in Asia. Description Interpreting fare rules and e-ticket data elements is key to satisfying and retaining customers. With the abundance and complexity of today's fare options, travel customers expect you to provide a service that is accurate, quick and affordable. This course teaches the language of fare construction and fare rules so you provide your customers with the best advice and the lowest fare for their air itinerary. You will develop new skills through practical exercises and with the support of reference materials to become the travel professional your customers trust. Introduction The passenger Air tariff Training Extract Essential terms IATA Resolutions in fare construction IATA geography and global indicators IATA areas and sub-areas Routings Pricing units Fare selection Children and infant fares Single segment surcharges One way through fare construction Round and circle trip fare construction Single segment Q surcharge Taxes, fees and charge Special fares Consolidator and Net fares Documents Interpretation of data elements in standard traffic documents Electronic miscellaneous documents Ticketing The electronic Ticket Currency Currency Rules Neutral units of construction (NUC) Conversion of the NUC amount into local currency Payments Credit Cards Billing and Settlement Plan [-]

Foundation in Travel and Tourism

Sharaf Aviation Services Academy
Campus Part time 80 hours September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Study the basics of the travel and tourism industry and understand what it takes to become a successful travel agent. [+]

Description Study the basics of the travel and tourism industry and understand what it takes to become a successful travel agent. Improve your customer service and sales skills in order to better advise clients about when and where to travel based on their needs. Learn how to provide the best flight, accommodation and tour options, and how to ensure clients fulfill all necessary travel requirements. The Travel and Tourism Industry and the Travel Professional Business Requirements and Commercial Skills Geography in Travel Planning Marketing and Selling Travel with Geography Travel Formalities Travel Documents The Travel Information Manual (TIM) Air Transport Essentials Airline Products and Services Important to Passengers International Air Transportation Regulations Land Tranport: Introduction to Rail Products Rail Products Around the World Land Transport: Car & Camper The Car Rental Industry Hotels Products and Services Water Transport: Ferries and Cruise 1 Cruising: A Growth Industry Tour Packages 1 Tours and Tour Components Tour Booking Conditions and Limitations of Liability Serving the Travel Customer Customer Service and Technology Fundamentals in Air Fares and Ticketing IATA Geography and Global Indicators Fare Selection OW Through Fare Construction Round Trip and Circle Trip Fare Construction Ticketing Taxes, Fees and Charges Children and Infant Passengers Special or Promotional Fares Consolidator and Net Fares Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP) Global Distribution System (GDS)- AMADEUS / GALILEO / SABRE [-]

Aviation Foundation Course

Airways Aviation
Campus Part time Open Enrollment Thailand Bangkok Iraq Baghdad Japan Osaka Kuwait Kuwait City Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Indonesia Jakarta United Arab Emirates Dubai Bangladesh Dhaka Lebanon Beirut China Beijing Montenegro Podgorica United Kingdom Kidlington Australia Bilinga Caloundra Spain Spain Online + 26 more

Our Aviation Foundation Course offers students a tailored curriculum developed by industry professionals to provide the best possible introduction into the theoretical and practical aspects of flying. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation Management in Asia. Our Aviation Foundation Course offers students a tailored curriculum developed by industry professionals to provide the best possible introduction into the theoretical and practical aspects of flying. The Aviation Foundation Course provides students with a unique entry point into a career in aviation – one that gives you the best start to your studies and also offers a low risk opportunity to experience aviation training first hand, before committing to pilot training abroad. Students will become familiar with aircraft equipment and gain the knowledge required to progress, with confidence, to full flight training at one of our Pilot Training Academies in the UK or Australia. This intensive course has been designed as a study pathway into accredited EASA pilot training in the UK or CASA pilot training in Australia. Our Aviation Foundation Course provides exceptional introductory training in the following subject areas: aviation English principles of flight simulator training meteorology air law navigation operation, performance and loading human factors COURSE DURATION 8 weeks’ full time. We also offer flexible learning options, including evening classes. [-]

Type Rating A320, Line Training & Job Contract

Skyworld Aviation Group
Campus 300 hours November 2017 Philippines Manila

This rating enables you to fly in weather conditions that a pilot holding just a PPL cannot. [+]

We are Offering On Job Training programme with Salary to Applicants who get Graduate from our Academy to Build up there hours and Experience.Skyworld Aviation Group offer Applicants with 3 (Two) years Extendable Job Contract in our Charter & Cargo Flights, to gain experience and build Flight Time . Salary (2500 USD)/month and Accommodation will be Provided . Package Cost of Standard Integrated Flight Training Program including Accommodation, Transportation, Visa Permits, One-way return Ticket is 45,000 USD (Forty Five Thousand US Dollars). Enrollment Fees is 5400 USD (Five Thousand four Hundred US DOLLARS). Includes VISA LETTERS FEES FOR Working Permit 9G. We have Two Installments for Payment of Fees. Airbus A320 Type Rating Course (Includes:Theoretical Knowledge Programe-52 hours Simulator Training Aircraft Base Training) All Manuals and Checklists with access to our online training website. Online or Ipad Computer Based Training (CBT) and examinations: Multi Crew Cooperation - MCC 32 hours Crew Resource Management - CRM 5days Jet Orientation Training - JOT 16 hours Airbus A320 Type Rating - TR 36 hours Line Oriented Flight Training -LOFT 4 hours .Airbus A320 Theoretical knowledge Instruction - TKI CBT 10 Days VPT 40 hours 16 hours Full Flight Simulator with/without motion (4days) Aircraft Base Training to Include 6 take-offs and Landings Ground Training in this package consists of both classroom instruction and computer based training. All the very latest technology is used to refine your skills including a new Airbus Virtual Procedures Trainer. The Training Phase in the A320 FOT Training is as... [-]

Dispatch Resource Management course

Emirates Aviation University
Campus 1 day September 2017 United Arab Emirates Dubai

The Dispatch Resource Management course provides trainees with the tools to prevent incidents and improve dispatch team performance through coordination and communication. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation Management in Asia. Dispatch Resource Management course The Dispatch Resource Management course provides trainees with the tools to prevent incidents and improve dispatch team performance through coordination and communication. Students learn to: Resolve airline dispatcher conflicts Manage common threat and error (TEM) techniques Improve cockpit resource management (CRM) for dispatchers. Trainees will also learn about the interpersonal relationships and coordination requirements involved in decision-making and communication within the AOC. The course focus is on prevention of aviation incidents and accidents by improving team performance and communication. In addition, this training is mandatory in the United States and other ICAO member states due to the importance of operational safety. Why Study this Subject? The Dispatch Resource Management course provides trainees with a number of educational advantages, including: Dispatcher-focused tools and insights Stress management and error avoidance Aviation incident and accident prevention techniques Human interaction management and coordination Aircraft incident case study analysis and discussion. At the conclusion of the training curriculum, the student will be able to successfully demonstrate his knowledge, definitions, terms and procedures related to Crew and Dispatch Resource Management. Upon successful completion of an exam, the individual will be issued a Certificate of Qualification Programme Outline EMT Introduction Threat and Error Management Command Leadership Resource Management Automation Management Communication Decision Making Conflict Management Situational Awareness Workload Management Stress and Fatigue Management Roles and Responsibilities Duration One day [-]

Aircraft Dispatcher Course

Avel Flight School
Online & Campus Combined Part time 2 - 4 weeks September 2017 USA West Chicago India Chennai + 2 more

The Airline Dispatcher also known as Flight Dispatcher or flight operations officer is one of the best paid and exciting jobs in the aviation industry. Every airline requires aircraft dispatchers just as much as pilots for flight operations. With an FAA Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate, the career opportunities open up worldwide! [+]

The Airline Dispatcher also known as Flight Dispatcher or flight operations officer is one of the best paid and exciting jobs in the aviation industry. Every airline requires aircraft dispatchers just as much as pilots for flight operations. With an FAA Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate, the career opportunities open up worldwide! Upon graduation from Avel Flight School and acquiring your FAA Aircraft Dispatcher Certificate, you will be ready to work in an airline, sharing command decisions with an airline captain. Some of the responsibilities and job description of a Flight Dispatcher are: Responsible for planning and monitoring the progress of a flight journey Dispatcher is legally responsible for the safety of a flight along with the pilot in command Has the authority to delay, divert or cancel a flight Most commercial operations require both the flight dispatcher and pilot in command combined to authorize and release a flight A flight dispatcher is required to demonstrate extensive knowledge of aviation comparable to the Captain of an aircraft holding an Airline Transport Pilot License, which is the highest pilot license achievable. This excellent career can pay over 100,000 USD a year with the right qualification and experience. Enrollment Prerequisite Be at least 21 years to be eligible to take the Aircraft Dispatcher Knowledge test and be able to complete the course. Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language fluently. Course Description The FAA Aircraft dispatcher course contains the same syllabus and subjects covered in the Airline Transport Pilot License... [-]

Instrument Rating Aircraft

Avel Flight School
Campus 4 - 6 weeks September 2017 USA West Chicago India Chennai + 1 more

An Instrument Rating is required for a pilot to fly under Instrument flight rules (IFR). Under these conditions the pilot is unable to use external visual references for navigation and flies the aircraft solely based on the instruments in the cockpit. This rating is also a requirement for employment as a professional pilot and is a prerequisite for the Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL). [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation Management in Asia. An Instrument Rating is required for a pilot to fly under Instrument flight rules (IFR). Under these conditions the pilot is unable to use external visual references for navigation and flies the aircraft solely based on the instruments in the cockpit. This rating is also a requirement for employment as a professional pilot and is a prerequisite for the Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL). Minimum requirements to obtain an Instrument Rating Be at least 17 years of age Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language fluently. Hold a Private Pilot License. Obtain at least a third class medical certificate from an Aviation Medical Examiner Pass a computerized aeronautical knowledge test Accumulate and log a specified amount of training and experience under Part 61, Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) section 61.65. Pass an oral test and flight test administered by an FAA inspector or designated examiner The minimum required time for the Instrument Rating is 40 Hours of actual or simulated instrument time under CFR 14 Part 61. Course Duration 4 – 6 Weeks* *Subject to flying weather availability and student aptitude Theory PART I - DISCOVERING NEW HORIZONS BUILDING PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE INSTRUMENT / COMMERCIAL TRAINING AND OPPORTUNITIES ADVANCED HUMAN FACTOR CONCEPTS PRINCIPLES OF INSTRUMENT FLIGHT FLIGHT INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS ATTITUDE INSTRUMENT FLYING INSTRUMENT NAVIGATION THE FLIGHT ENVIRONMENT AIRPORTS, AIRSPACE AND FLIGHT INFORMATION AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL INFORMATION ATC CLEARANCES PART II - INSTRUMENT CHARTS... [-]

Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL/IR/MER) with a ‘Frozen’ ATPL

Asian Academy of Aeronautics
Campus Part time 10 - 12 months August 2017 Maldives Addu

The minimum qualification that an airline would require from a prospective First Officer is an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Commercial Pilot Licence with a ‘Frozen’ ATPL. [+]

The minimum qualification that an airline would require from a prospective First Officer is an International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Commercial Pilot Licence with a ‘Frozen’ ATPL. The Maldivian Licence complies with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), can normally be exercised globally and can easily be converted to the equivalent of another country. A ‘Frozen’ Airline Transport Pilot Licence is the name given to the qualification of a pilot who holds a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL), Multi Engine Piston Rating (MEP), Multi Engine Instrument Rating (ME IR) and passes in all 14 Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) theoretical exams. The ATPL would become un-frozen when the flight experience requirements are met. The experience would normally be achieved during employment as a first officer. Flight Training Our flagship course takes students with little or no previous flying experience to a ‘frozen ATPL’ in approximately 16 months, from where they are then eligible to work as a First Officer with an airline once specific aircraft type training has been completed. The course includes a Commercial Pilots License with Multi Engine Rating and Instrument Rating. The license is endorsed with Frozen ATPL status as the student has completed an Integrated Frozen ATPL course. You will fly 190 hours, with the majority being in single engine aircraft. For exact hours please see our courses packages below. Duration Full Time – 10 to 12 months. Please contact us to discuss your availability for part-time CPL Courses. Ground Instruction The ATPL exams are based on... [-]