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CIVIL AVIATION TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE
CIVIL AVIATION TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
At the completion of the course, the student will:
- a) Have information about civil aviation transport activities.
- b) Be able to communicate effectively using phonetic alphabet and radio-telephony.
- c) Know about aircraft structure and behaviour.
- d) Be able to take safety measures where necessary.
- f) Have knowledge about the aviation law.
- g) Become familiar with the daily activities of the airport.
- h) Be able to diagnose, handle and prevent dangerous goods in Airport environment
- i) Possess good public relations and communication skills.
- J) Be able to deal with passenger services at the check-in desk and boarding gates.
- k) Assist passenger inquiries with courtesy.
- l) Will be able to use phonetic alphabet and the correct procedure to communicate
with the terminal tower in the case of an emergency.
- m) Know about the activities of Civil Aviation bodies such as ICAO, IATA etc.
Existing areas of employment and related markets for graduates:
The graduate will have a higher chance of obtaining a job or promotion in numerous aviation activities such as travel & tourism management, national and international airports, service industry, transportation logistics, or in a market where trained personnel are sought for.
Students completing the program will be in a more advantageous position to be active in tasks such as ground handling, flight operations, airport security, airport management, passenger / cargo management, airport ramp agents, travel agencies and ticketing operations.
AIRCRAFT STRUCTURE & PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT
ORIGINS OF AIR TRANSPORT AND AIR-LAW
CHICAGO CONVENTION & FREEDOMS OF THE AIR
ICAO, IATA, INT. AGREEMENTS
5 FREEDOMS OF THE AIR
LANGUAGE OF THE AIR
GLOBAL AIRSPACE CLASSIFICATION
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