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FPO – Flight Permission Officer Course

Queen Noor Civil Aviation Technical College
Campus 1 week September 2017 Jordan Amman

The course aims at acquainting participants with the required knowledge, skills and attitude to flight permission requests / notifications efficiently and effectively in accordance with applicable national and international prescribed standards and procedures. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation in Middle East. FPO – Flight Permission Officer Course ICAO Code: 069 Duration: 1 week Description: The course aims at acquainting participants with the required knowledge, skills and attitude to flight permission requests / notifications efficiently and effectively in accordance with applicable national and international prescribed standards and procedures. [-]

A380 Wake Turbulence Course

Queen Noor Civil Aviation Technical College
Campus 3 days September 2017 Jordan Amman

This course is prepared to explain thoroughly the separation standards regarding wake vortices and the re-categorization of the aircraft types in this regard. [+]

A380 Wake Turbulence Course ICAO Code: 059 Duration: 3 DAYS Description: This course is prepared to explain thoroughly the separation standards regarding wake vortices and the re-categorization of the aircraft types in this regard. Since automation doesn’t yet exist to allow aviation personnel to utilize this separation matrix. Instead we have to understand all about it by going through ICAO, FAA and EASA point of view. [-]

PBN – Performance Based Navigation Course

Queen Noor Civil Aviation Technical College
Campus 7 days September 2017 Jordan Amman

This course provides participants with insights of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) concepts and their application for the planning and design of PBN airspace, in accordance with ICAO's Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs). [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation in Middle East. PBN – Performance Based Navigation Course ICAO Code: 059 Duration: 7 days Description: This course provides participants with insights of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) concepts and their application for the planning and design of PBN airspace, in accordance with ICAO's Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs). [-]

Aviation English Course

Queen Noor Civil Aviation Technical College
Campus 8 weeks September 2017 Jordan Amman

This course is to prepare Pilots, air traffic controllers, and aviation technicians around the world to step up to meet the ICAO English language proficiency requirements. [+]

Aviation English Course ICAO Code: 029 Duration: 8 Weeks Description: This course is to prepare Pilots, air traffic controllers, and aviation technicians around the world to step up to meet the ICAO English language proficiency requirements. This course is responding to meet the global demand. It is known that understanding and speaking Aviation English is essential, and not merely to meet a new standard, but to ensure safe flying everywhere. [-]

SMS - Safety Management System Course

Queen Noor Civil Aviation Technical College
Campus 8 weeks September 2017 Jordan Amman

This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to facilitate the design, implementation and maintenance of an operationally effective Safety Management System (SMS) to meet the standards prescribed in ICAO Annex 19 (Safety Management), ICAO Doc 9859 and other related guidance materials. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation in Middle East. SMS - Safety Management System Course ICAO Code: 201 Duration: 1 Week Description: This course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to facilitate the design, implementation and maintenance of an operationally effective Safety Management System (SMS) to meet the standards prescribed in ICAO Annex 19 (Safety Management), ICAO Doc 9859 and other related guidance materials. [-]

Air Navigation Service Training Course

Queen Noor Civil Aviation Technical College
Campus September 2017 Jordan Amman

We provide participants with ICAO requirements knowledge and understanding accompanied with simulators' practical training when required. It was established back in 1964 for the purpose of refreshing Jordanian CAA employee’s information and to apply new procedures assessment and training, officially became a school for ATC in 1973. [+]

Air Navigation Service Training Course Description: We provide participants with ICAO requirements knowledge and understanding accompanied with simulators' practical training when required. It was established back in 1964 for the purpose of refreshing Jordanian CAA employee’s information and to apply new procedures assessment and training, officially became a school for ATC in 1973. Since then we are accredited by the higher authority for air traffic management training including air navigation services to Jordan and other countries. By using 3D simulators for ATC training it became an international centre where most of the regional countries thrust to have part or all of their employees’ training here. The Center is approved by Jordan Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission as defined in JCAR Part-167 under approved number CTR-3. The Center consists of: 1.AFTN/AMHS Training Basic course for aeronautical telecommunication operation where after the course the participants will have a role in civil aviation authorities to become licensed operators. It will be followed by recurrent annual short courses and supervisory course. 2.AIS Training Basic course for aeronautical information service where after the course the participants will have a role in civil aviation authority to become licensed AIS officer. It will be followed by recurrent short courses, supervisory course and cartography course. 3.ATC Training Air traffic control is the main study in the air navigation training center where the participant will start their carrier by completing successfully the basic ATC course, followed by on-the-job training period which lasts for 90 training hours as minima set by... [-]

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 in Middle East. 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... [-]

Instrument Rating Training Course (IR)

Horizon International Flight Academy
Campus 17 weeks September 2017 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi

The aim of the Instrument Rating training course is to train a candidate to the level of proficiency required for the issue of an instrument rating. [+]

Aim of the Course The aim of the Instrument Rating training course is to train a candidate to the level of proficiency required for the issue of an instrument rating. An Instrument Rating is required for a pilot to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). Syllabus of the Course Theoretical Knowledge : 210 hours Flying Training : 50 hours Duration of the Course : 17 weeks Structure of the Course The IR (H) course is a full time training program, the syllabus covers the following subjects: Air Law Navigation Radio Navigation Communications Human Performance Aircraft General Knowledge AGK Instruments Meteorology Flight Planning Operational Procedures Entry Requirements A valid UAE PPL or CPL of which a Night Qualification must be held A valid UAE GCAA class 1 or 2 medical certificate as appropriate Proficiency in English is expected - ICAO Level 3 before commencing the course and ICAO Level 4 at license issue. 50 flight hours cross country flight time as pilot in command [-]

Flight Instructor Training Course (FI)

Horizon International Flight Academy
Campus 14 weeks September 2017 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi

The aim of the Flight Instructor Course is to provide the candidate with the ability to instruct a student to the level required for the issue of a license. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation in Middle East. Aim of the Course The aim of the Flight Instructor Course is to provide the candidate with the ability to instruct a student to the level required for the issue of a license. Syllabus of the Course Theoretical Knowledge : 125 hours Flying Training : 31.5 hours Duration of the Course : 14 weeks Structure of the Course The FI (H) course is a full time training program, the student instructors practice the planning of Class room lesson periods and develop their ability to give short and long briefings. During this phase the student instructor will be taught to demonstrate and to evaluate all of the exercises from the right hand seat. Entry Requirements A valid UAE GCAA CPL or ATPL A valid UAE GCAA Class 1 Medical Proficiency in English is expected - ICAO Level 3 before commencing the course and ICAO Level 4 at license issue Have completed at least 250 hours of helicopter flight time of which: at least 100 hours shall be as pilot in-command if holding an ATPL(H) or a CPL(H) or at least 200 hours as pilot-in command of helicopters, if holding a PPL(H) [-]

Commercial Pilot License Training Course (CPL)

Horizon International Flight Academy
Campus 53 weeks September 2017 United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi

The aim of the course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to issue a CPL (H). The CPL is the required license should you wish to fly helicopters as a career. [+]

Aim of the Course The aim of the course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to issue a CPL (H). The CPL is the required license should you wish to fly helicopters as a career. The Horizon CPL (H) course is available for ab-initio trainee pilots. It is designed to take students from zero flying hours all the way to the issue of a GCAA CPL (H) license with no previous flying experience required. Syllabus of the Course Theoretical Knowledge : 450 hours Flying Training : 137 hours (Minimum) Duration of the Course : 53 weeks (Minimum) Structure of the Course The CPL course is a full time training program, consisting of computer based training and classroom training. The aim of the ground school is to equip prospective pilots with aviation theory in order to retain and apply this knowledge in flying. The theoretical knowledge syllabus of the CPL (H) Integrated course covers the following subjects: Air Law Navigation General Communications Human Performance Aircraft General Knowledge Meteorology Principles of Flight Aircraft Performance Operational Procedures Radio Navigation Instruments Flight Planning Mass and Balance Entry Requirements GCAA Class I Medical Certificate Minimum 17 years of age (18 years at the time of license issue) High School Grade 12 or equivalent and demonstrate a good understanding of Mathematics and Physics Proficiency in English is expected - ICAO Level 3 before commencing the course and ICAO Level 4 at license issue [-]

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. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation in Middle East. 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. [+]

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. [+]

Top Part time Course Studies in Aviation in Middle East. 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 [-]

Ground Operations Management

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

IATA - UFTAA Ground Operations Management is the key to success for today’s airline and airport ground operations professionals. [+]

Description IATA - UFTAA Ground Operations Management is the key to success for today’s airline and airport ground operations professionals. The Course is designed for ground operations professionals and anyone with experience in the field of ground handling or wanting to learn about managing ground operations at an airport. This course covers below topics: Role and Responsibilities of a Station Manager The Basics of Budgets and Cost Control Corporate and Station Quality Control Programmes - Audits and Reporting Airline and Airport Security The Roles of the Civil Aviation Authority in Security Security Roles and Responsibilities at an Airport The Airline Security Manager Security Management Systems (SEMS) for Air Operators Airline and Airport Security Challenges Fraud Prevention Airside Safety Safety at the Airside Safety Precautions Foreign Object Damange Baggage Handling Management Baggage Security Baggage Tags Reducing Baggage Mishandling Baggage Management in Tracing (WorldTracer) Passenger Handling Management Simplifying Passenger Handling Special Customer Handling Airline Catering Important Operational Aspects Hygiene Audits and IATA Catering Quality Assurance (ICQA) IATA's Roles in Catering Handling Agreements and Services for other Airlines Development of the SGHA The Standard Ground Handling Agreement (SGHA)in Context Liability and Idemnity People Management Designing an Organisational Structure for a Station Target-Setting for Station and Staff Monitoring and Evaluating Performance Behavior Modification [-]

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 in Middle East. 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 [-]