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Occupational Health and Safety Programmes

DIPLOMA IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFTEY

Overview

The  Diploma    of  Occupational  Health  and  Safety  concerns  the  identification,  assessment    and    control  of  conditions  in  the  work  environment    that    are  harmful  to  the  health  and  safety  of    people  in  all  occupations.  It covers  the  prevention  of  accidents,  injuries,  ill  health  and  the    rehabilitation  of  injured  workers.

Career Opportunities

Qualified occupational health and safety (OH&S) professionals are always in demand.  These  are  the  professionals  who  ensure  the  safety  and  wellbeing  of  people  in  the    workplace.  The  Diploma    in  Occupational  Health  and  Safety  (OH&S)  will  equip  you  with  the    necessary  knowledge  and  skills  for  a    successful  career  in  OH&S. Possible  occupational  roles  include  OHS  manager,  OHS  practitioner,  and  senior  OHS  officer.

Attendees

Occupational  Health  and  Safety  Diploma    is  designed  for  individuals  who  want    to  progress    their  career  in  health  &  safety  and  to  develop  the  international  knowledge  and  skills  in  order    to  become  an international  health  &  safety  practitioner.

Program’s Highlights

  • Program’s Highlights:
  • Tuition Hours: 48 hours
  • Clock Hours: 280
  • Credits: 14

Course structure 

The  Diploma of  Occupational  Health  and  Safety,  consists  of  5 courses  and  a project work.

Module One:  Historical Perspective    and Overview:    It focuses  on 

  • Safety  Movement,  Then  and  Now    
  • Accidents  and    Their  Effects    
  • Theories  of  Accident  Causation    
  • Roles  and    Professional  Certifications  for  Safety  and  Health  Professionals    
  • Safety,  Health,  and  Competition  in  the    Global  Marketplace     

Module Two:  Laws and Regulations: It  focuses  on 

  • The  OSHA  Act,  Standards,  and Liability
  • Workers'  Compensation     
  • Accident  Investigation    and    Reporting    
  • Product  Safety  and  Liability 

Module Three:  The Human Element:    It focuses on 

  • Ergonomic  Hazards:  Musculoskeletal  Disorders  (MSDs)  and  Cumulative  Trauma    Disorders    
  • Stress  and  Safety     
  • Safety  and  Health  Training     
  • Violence  in  the  Workplace     

Module Four:  Hazard Assessment,    Prevention,    and Control:  It focuses on 

  • Mechanical  Hazards  and  Machine  Safeguarding    
  • Falling,  Impact,  Acceleration,  Lifting,  and  Vision  Hazards    
  • Hazards  of  Temperature  Extremes    
  • Pressure    Hazards     
  • Electrical  Hazards     
  • Fire    Hazards  and  Life    Safety    
  • Industrial    Hygiene  and  Confined  Spaces    
  • Radiation    Hazards     
  • Noise  and  Vibration  Hazards    
  • Computers,  Automation,  and    Robots    
  • Bloodborne  Pathogens  in    the  Workplace    

Module Five:  Management of Safety and Health:    It focuses on 

  • Preparing  for  Emergencies  and  Terrorism    
  • Ethics  and  Safety     
  • Hazard  Analysis,  Prevention,  and  Management    
  • Promoting  Safety     
  • Environmental  Safety  and  ISO  14000    (Environmental  Management)    
  • Total  Safety  Management  in  a    Quality  Management  Setting
  • Establishing  A  Safety-­‐Friendly    Corporate    Culture  

Program Learning Objectives 

The program will allow the students to: 

  • Gain  skills  and  knowledge  that    are  directly  relevant    to  working  or  further training in  the  industry  sector. 
  • Demonstrate  knowledge  and  skills  against    standards  recognized  by  the industry  sector  as  appropriate. 
  • Develop  work  habits  and  practices  appropriate  for  further  training  and employment    in  the  industry  sector. 

Delivery Styles

  • Distance
  • Blended
  • Campus-Based
  • Overseas

Learning, teaching and assessment:

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning.

The program will be assessed using both assignment for each module and a case study after end of all modules.   

Advanced Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety

Overview

This qualification reflects the role of people analyse, style and execute judgments exploitation wide-ranging technical, creative, abstract or social control competencies. Their content could also be specialized or broad.

This course aims to supply graduates with the special competencies and data needed to adequately perform duties within the field of OHS.

Career Opportunities

A career in OHS can lead to a wide range of opportunities. OHS professionals are working as health and safety consultants and coordinators, ergonomics and safety specialists, quality assurance professionals, health and safety officers, safety inspectors, occupational hygienists, safety project officers, and safety specialists. OHS professionals may be employed in a wide variety of settings including manufacturing, petrochemical, forestry, mining, construction, government, service and trade sectors.

Program Entry Requirements

Achieving the Diploma in Fundamentals of Occupational Health and Safety or an equivalent.

Attendees

  • Health and Safety Managers
  • Safety Supervisors
  • Quality Managers
  • Safety Engineers
  • Health and Safety Decision Makers in all Sectors

Program’s Highlights

  • Tuition Hours: 54 hours
  • Clock Hours: 300
  • Credits: 15

Course Structure

The Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety requires 6 courses and a project work.

  • Risk Management  and Safety Technology
  • Ergonomics
  • Compensation and Injury Management
  • Research Techniques for the Health Science
  • Health and Safety Economics and Management
  • Environmental Health Management
  • Project Work

Program Learning Objectives

  • Learning  Risk Reduction Methods for Occupational Safety and Health
  • Understanding the Foundational Principles, Applications, and Technologies of Occupational Ergonomics
  • Understanding Workers' Compensation: Managing Workplace Injuries and Lowering Costs
  • Introduction to a Practical Approach of Health and Safety Management
  • Economic Evaluation of Interventions for Occupational Health and Safety
  • Learning New Research Techniques in Environmental Health

Delivery Styles

Students can choose from the following delivery styles.

  • Distance
  • Blended
  • Campus-Based
  • Overseas

Learning, teaching and assessment:

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning.

The program will be assessed using both assignment for each module and a case study after end of all modules.
Diploma in Risk Management

Overview

The diploma aims to share modern risk management theories and practices and to equip participants with critical knowledge and skills to manage risks in various sectors. The course will comprise lectures, case studies and a project work.

Career Opportunities

Customers, regulators and employers now take less on trust. Instead, they seek the assurance of qualified risk professionals.

The diploma in risk management is the gold standard of risk qualifications. It is ideal for risk managers, those pursuing a career in risk management, or those looking to consolidate their experience with a professional qualification.

It provides you with the expertise to improve organisational performance through the effective implementation of risk management.

Attendees

  • Safety technicians, supervisors, engineers and managers
  • Operations, fire personnel
  • Production Managers
  • Laboratory Managers and Technicians
  • Chemical Stores Managers and Supervisors
  • Maintenance, processes and instrumentation engineers

Program’s Highlights:

  • Tuition hours :30
  • Clock hours: 200
  • Credits: 10

Course Structure:

The diploma consists of 10 modules and a project work

  • The concept of risk and risk management
  • Personality, behavior and human error
  • Risk reparation, risk communication and risk Assessment
  • Risk control and different type of hazards in the workplace.
  • Hazards identification and analysis techniques
  • Identify SHE hazards and risks
  • Evaluate the probability and severity of hazards and risks
  • Understand the different categories of hazards
  • Risk Matrix and hierarchy of controls
  • How to Carry Out Activity – Based  Risk Assessment

Program’s Learning Objectives

  • Develop the competencies required to design and implement risk management strategies.
  • Develop proficiency in selecting and applying the tools and techniques required to assess and treat risks.
  • Develop critical understanding of the relationship between risk management, governance, internal control and compliance.
  • Develop the ability to make informed risk management decisions for both current and emerging risks.
  • Develop the ability to critically appraise real life case studies from different sectors and countries.

Delivery Styles

Students can choose from the following delivery styles.

  • Distance
  • Blended
  • Campus-Based
  • Overseas

Learning, teaching and assessment:

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning.

The program will be assessed using both assignment for each module and a case study after end of all modules. 

Health and Safety Diploma in Oil & Gas

Overview

Safety and health management is one of the vital constituents of Oil and Gas industry activities because most of the operational conditions, chemicals and end products (hydrocarbons and other compounds) associated with Oil and Gas production are well-known to pose serious safety and health threats to the workers.

According to the report developed by the NORA Oil and Gas Extraction Council; In the US, during 2003-2008, 648 oil and gas extraction workers were fatally injured on the job, resulting in an occupational fatality rate of 29.1 deaths per 100,000 workers – eight times higher than the rate for all U.S. workers. Nearly half of all fatal events in the Oil and Gas extraction industry resulted from highway crashes (29%) and workers struck by objects and equipment (20%).

The above alarming incident data clearly emphasizes the need for an effective occupational safety and health management system that integrates safety and health concerns into a daily routine.

Career Opportunities

People working in Oil and Gas industry are exposed to various risk factors. Hence continuous monitoring of their working conditions and well-being is essential. Health protocols and periodic medical checkup should be pre-defined and done for every worker depending on the job and work area type to identify possible deviations from the normal health and to confirm that necessary counteractive actions are taken in advance. Hence, the demand for qualified and trained oil and gas safety officers is dramatically increasing.

Attendees

Those who have the responsibility for ensuring safety as part of their day to day duties, including:

  • Staff in supervisory positions who have to be responsible for maintaining the workplace safety and health policies and procedures
  • Individuals directly responsible for a company’s accident analysis process
  • Safety committee representatives and Employee representatives
  • Executives from the Oil and Gas Industry
  • Managers from Oil and Gas Industry
  • All others with a genuine interest in enhancing the effectiveness of the Health and Safety Function within the Oil and Gas Industry.
  • Newly appointed Health and Safety Advisers.

Program’s Highlights:

  • Tuition hours :40
  • Clock hours: 240
  • Credits: 12

Courses Structure:

This diploma consists of 8 courses and a project work

  • Introduction to health & safety management system and services in oil and gas industries.
  • Identifying hazards, assessing and evaluating risks
  • Loss causation and incident investigation
  • Health and Toxic Substances
  • Effects of Organization in Health & Safety (Organizational factors)
  • Effects of Human in Health & Safety (Human factors)
  • Medical Services and First Aid
  • Emergency planning

Program’s Learning Objectives:

  • Enabling participants to effectively discharge workplace safety responsibilities both onshore and offshore.
  • To acquire participants an underpinning knowledge of safety issues in the field of oil and gas business.

Delivery Styles

Students can choose from the following delivery styles.

  • Distance
  • Blended
  • Campus-Based
  • Oversea

Learning, teaching and assessment:

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning.

The program will be assessed using both assignment for each module and a case study after end of all modules.
Health and Safety Diploma in Constructions & Buildings

Overview

Every year many construction site workers are killed or injured as a result of their work; others suffer ill health, such as musculoskeletal disorders, dermatitis or asbestosis. The hazards are not, however, restricted to those working on sites. Children and other members of the public are also killed or injured because construction activities have not been adequately controlled.

The construction industry’s performance has shown a steady long-term improvement.  We can so easily believe that accidents will always happen to other people and will never touch us. But unless we all recognize our own vulnerability – and just how vulnerable others can be – then, as a result of the decisions we make, construction workers and their families will continue to witness the unnecessary injuries, pain and suffering that so tragically afflict the industry.

In addition, accidents and ill health have a financial cost. The business case for improving performance is absolutely clear.

Career Opportunities

The average salary for construction safety officer jobs is $57,000. Average construction safety officer salaries can vary greatly due to company, location, industry, experience and benefits. Employers always seek safety officers specialized in construction for on-site related careers.

Program’s Highlights:

  • Tuition hours :30
  • Clock hours: 200
  • Credits: 10

Attendees:

Everybody involved in construction work, including clients, designers, contractors and individual workers. It will appeal most to:

  • Directors and partners running construction businesses;
  • Site managers and supervisors running sites;
  • Managers and supervisors who work on sites run by other companies; and
  • Those doing the construction work, including employees and the self-employed
  • Staff in supervisory positions who have to be responsible for maintaining the workplace safety and health policies and procedures
  • Individuals directly responsible for a company’s accident analysis process
  • Safety committee representatives and Employee representatives
  • Newly appointed Health and Safety Advisers.

Course Structure:

The diploma consists of 7 modules and a project work.

  • Introduction to health & safety management system and services.
  • Introduction to Construction Health and Safety        
  • Effects of Organization in Health & Safety (Organizational factors)
  • Effects of Human in Health & Safety (Human factors)         
  • Personal Protection and First Aid in the construction industry.        
  • Construction Ergonomics       
  • Effective Construction Safety Management 

Program’ Learning Objectives:

  • To provide participants of the building and construction industry with a common set of basic safety requirements
  • To acquire participants an underpinning knowledge of safety issues in the field of constructions and buildings business.
  • To assist employers and employees to work together in establishing and maintaining safe construction sites free from injuries and disease.

Delivery Styles:

Students can choose from the following delivery styles.

  • Distance
  • Blended
  • Campus-Based
  • Overseas

Learning, teaching and assessment:

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning.

The program will be assessed using both assignment for each module and a case study after end of all modules.

Diploma in Marine Safety

Overview

Shipping is a truly global industry, involving many nations, organizations and individuals in a complex network of trade. It can also be very dangerous, and with increasing ship numbers and sizes, the industry faces ever greater safety risks.

Benefitting a wide range of maritime professionals, the program provides the necessary knowledge and understanding to ensure that systems work effectively, allowing the safety culture to grow and meeting the demands for continuous professional development.

Career Opportunities

This diploma program aims at creating an effective safety culture throughout organizations not only saves lives but can prevent possible catastrophic effects on both the environment and reputation and bottom line of the companies involved. It enables trainees to acquire practical experience by means of their work and put into practice the knowledge they have acquired during their academic studies or professional careers in the areas of maritime safety, communication or administration.

Attendees:

This course will be important for:

  • Ship Owners and Managers
  • Ship Superintendents
  • Liner Shipping Companies
  • Passenger Ferry Operators
  • Cruise Operators
  • Freight Operators/Agents
  • Marine Investigators
  • Port Authorities
  • Coastguard Agencies
  • Risk Managers
  • HSE Officers and Managers
  • Compliance Managers
  • Marine Safety Analysts
  • Maritime Lawyer

Program’s Highlights:

  • Tuition hours :30
  • Clock hours: 200
  • Credits: 10

Course Structure:

The diploma includes 10 modules and a project work:

  • Navigational Tools and Equipment
  • Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS)
  • E-Navigation Concept Development
  • Maneuverability
  • Maritime Simulators
  • Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)
  • Radar, ARPA and Anti-Collision
  • Watch keeping and Safety at Sea
  • Historical Aspects of Navigation
  • Safety, Reliability and Risk Assessment

Program’s Learning Objectives:

Students will learn

  • Navigation, safety at sea, sea transportation
  • Education of navigators and simulator-based training, sea traffic engineering
  • Ship's maneuverability, integrated systems, electronic charts systems, satellite, radio-navigation and anti-collision systems

Delivery Styles

Students can choose from the following delivery styles.

  • Distance
  • Blended
  • Campus-Based
  • Overseas

Learning, teaching and assessment

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional   lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning    

The program will be assessed using both assignment for each module and a case study after end of all modules.                 

Food Safety Diploma

Overview

Food safety is of paramount importance to businesses of any size which handle food. Through this Diploma course the student can learn the systems and procedures necessary to maintain a top quality food business.

From correct staff hygiene practices to maintaining a stringent pest prevention system, this Diploma course will ensure that the particpants has the knowledge necessary to manage a hygienic food service operation.

The student is first introduced food safety topics such as water quality, pest control measures, food service accidents and incident management. The course then looks at a case study of food safety in the food service industry such as in hotels and restaurants.

Career Opportunities

Entry-level food inspectors in private commercial slaughtering plants provide the first line of defense against diseased and adulterated meat and poultry. They are responsible for much of the day-to-day in-plant inspection of animals before and after slaughter.

One career path for a food inspector is to the consumer safety inspector position. Consumer safety inspectors work in one or more privately owned meat, poultry, and egg processing plants. Another career path for a food inspector is to the import inspector position. Import inspectors are stationed at ports and other points of entry to the United States. They make sure that products imported from other countries are as safe as those produced domestically.

Attendees

The course is particularly suitable for those with relevant food related knowledge and/or experience including:

  • Food safety managers in food processing plants, restaurants, or any food service operation. Employees of any business in which food is involved will benefit greatly through completion of this Diploma, and will ensure a high standard of safety within the food service operation.
  • Hygiene managers or supervisors already working in the food industry
  • Staff working in competent authorities or enforcement; for example, Environmental Health Officers or Food Safety Officers.
  •  Staff in diagnostic or food microbiology laboratories.
  •  Students who have completed relevant undergraduate degrees such as Food Technology and wish to find employment in the food industry or local government.
  •  Food hygiene and management trainers or consultants.
  • Staff working in food industries, hotels, restaurants, etc

Program’s Highlights:

  • Tuition hours :30
  • Clock hours: 200
  • Credits: 10

Courses Structure:

This diploma consists of 7 modules and a project work

  • Introduction to Food Safety
  • Food-borne Diseases
  • Personal Hygiene in Food Production
  • Principles of safe food storing
  • Risk Analysis in food hygiene and safety
  • Principles and Applications of HACCP
  •  

Program’s Learning Objectives:

  • To provide advanced training to educate participant’s technical or managerial professionals in emerging issues in the food and beverage sciences, nutrition and health.
  • To develop the knowledge and practical skills that are associated with key topics of food science through studying core courses in food hygiene and safety.

Delivery Styles

Students can choose from the following delivery styles.

  • Distance
  • Blended
  • Campus-Based
  • Overseas

Learning, teaching and assessment:

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning.

Food Safety Diploma

Overview

Food safety is of paramount importance to businesses of any size which handle food. Through this Diploma course the student can learn the systems and procedures necessary to maintain a top quality food business.

From correct staff hygiene practices to maintaining a stringent pest prevention system, this Diploma course will ensure that the particpants has the knowledge necessary to manage a hygienic food service operation.

The student is first introduced food safety topics such as water quality, pest control measures, food service accidents and incident management. The course then looks at a case study of food safety in the food service industry such as in hotels and restaurants.

Career Opportunities

Entry-level food inspectors in private commercial slaughtering plants provide the first line of defense against diseased and adulterated meat and poultry. They are responsible for much of the day-to-day in-plant inspection of animals before and after slaughter.

One career path for a food inspector is to the consumer safety inspector position. Consumer safety inspectors work in one or more privately owned meat, poultry, and egg processing plants. Another career path for a food inspector is to the import inspector position. Import inspectors are stationed at ports and other points of entry to the United States. They make sure that products imported from other countries are as safe as those produced domestically.

Attendees

The course is particularly suitable for those with relevant food related knowledge and/or experience including:

  • Food safety managers in food processing plants, restaurants, or any food service operation. Employees of any business in which food is involved will benefit greatly through completion of this Diploma, and will ensure a high standard of safety within the food service operation.
  • Hygiene managers or supervisors already working in the food industry
  • Staff working in competent authorities or enforcement; for example, Environmental Health Officers or Food Safety Officers.
  •  Staff in diagnostic or food microbiology laboratories.
  •  Students who have completed relevant undergraduate degrees such as Food Technology and wish to find employment in the food industry or local government.
  •  Food hygiene and management trainers or consultants.
  • Staff working in food industries, hotels, restaurants, etc

Program’s Highlights:

  • Tuition hours :30
  • Clock hours: 200
  • Credits: 10

Courses Structure:

This diploma consists of 7 modules and a project work

  • Introduction to Food Safety
  • Food-borne Diseases
  • Personal Hygiene in Food Production
  • Principles of safe food storing
  • Risk Analysis in food hygiene and safety
  • Principles and Applications of HACCP
  •  

Program’s Learning Objectives:

  • To provide advanced training to educate participant’s technical or managerial professionals in emerging issues in the food and beverage sciences, nutrition and health.
  • To develop the knowledge and practical skills that are associated with key topics of food science through studying core courses in food hygiene and safety.

Delivery Styles

Students can choose from the following delivery styles.

  • Distance
  • Blended
  • Campus-Based
  • Overseas

Learning, teaching and assessment:

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning.

Quality Managment

The Diploma in Safety Quality Management course is an internationally recognized qualification and offers you the latest knowledge and skills to plan and manage the quality management function of an organisation. The diploma is suitable for professionals working in services or product sectors. Past students have come from health, pharma, production plant sectors and related areas.

You will learn how to best optimize quality in the context of safety. If you wish to attain a recognized qualification in safety management, then this course is for you. The important areas covered on the course include different types of quality management systems, improvement and change management, process management, auditing and quality tools.

Career Opportunities

If you wish to work in safety quality monitoring and control, you will learn the importance of correct tests and recording of results, and the value of data management and prevention. You will learn that quality control is not just about finding problems, but is about putting measures in place so issues do not occur again.

Attendees

Those who have the responsibility for ensuring safety as part of their day to day duties, including:

  • HSE Supervisors
  • Safety committee representatives
  • Quality Managers
  • Safety Managers

 Program’s Highlights:

  • Tuition hours: 30
  • Clock hours: 200
  • Credits: 10

 Courses Structure:

This diploma consists of 6 courses and a project work

  • Safety Quality Management, Concepts and Historical Philosophies.
  • Implementing a Safety Quality Management System
  • Quality Management System ISO 9000.
  • Over view of ISO 9001 and ISO 14001
  • Total Quality Management with focus on safety aspects
  • Strategic Quality Management

 Program’s Learning Objectives

The focus of safety quality management is to ensure that organisations have the capability to meet consistently the safety requirements and policies.This breaks down into two main areas of activity:

  • To act as the ‘conscience’ of the organisation, providing confidence to the organisation, its staff, regulators and other stakeholders
  • To act as a mentor and coach at the organisation by helping those within the organisation and its safety systems to improve.

Delivery Styles

Students can choose from the following delivery styles.

  • Distance
  • Blended
  • Campus-Based
  • Overseas

Learning, teaching and assessment:

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning.

The program will be assessed using both assignment for each module and a case study after end of all modules.

Diploma in Aviation Safety

Overview

 

This course delivers authoritative information on today's security concerns on the ground and in the air, changes in systems and regulations, new maintenance and flight technologies, and recent accident statistics. This is the most comprehensive, current, and systematic reference on the principles and practices of commercial aviation safety and security.

Career Opportunities

This course is designed for the individual responsible for planning or directing an aviation safety program.  Fundamentals in systems organization and structure provide the individual with the essential skills and methodology needed to plan and manage an effective aviation safety program.  Emphasis is placed on understanding the principles of risk management, identifying program development strategies, audits and applying the knowledge toward effective management systems and interoperability with Quality Assurance.

Attendees

This diploma is designed for individuals responsible for planning, directing or managing an aviation safety program and supervisors who are required to supervise an accident prevention/risk management program.  This includes airline, commuter, corporate, fixed base operator, government, insurance, hospital emergency medical service, law enforcement and airport management.

Program’s Highlights:

  • Tuition hours :40
  • Clock hours: 240
  • Credits: 12

Course Structure

The diploma consists of 11 modules and a project work

  • The Regulatory Framework
  • Regulatory Organization and Rulemaking
  • The National Transportation Safety Board
  • Recording and Reporting of Safety Data
  • Review of Safety Statistics
  • Accident Causation Models
  • Human Factors in Aviation Safety
  • Air Traffic Safety Systems
  • Aircraft Safety Systems and Airport Safety
  • Aviation Security and  Airline Safety
  • Aviation Safety Management Systems

Learning Objectives:

This course covers

The skills and practical methods to plan manage and maintain an effective Aviation Safety Management System.

•           Regulatory information on ICAO, FAA, EPA, TSA, and OSHA

•           NTSB and ICAO accident investigation processes

•           Recording and reporting of safety data

•           U.S. and international aviation accident statistics

•           Accident causation models

•           The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS)

•           Aircraft and air traffic control technologies and safety systems

•           Airport safety, including runway incursions

•           Aviation security, including the 9-11 Commission recommendations

•           International and U.S. Airline Safety Management Systems

•           Aviation Safety Management Systems

Delivery Styles

Students can choose from the following delivery styles.

  • Distance

Learning, Teaching and Assessment:

Various learning and teaching methods are used on the program, including traditional lectures, computer/internet -based learning and student-based interactive learning.

The program will be assessed using both assignment for each module and a case study after end of all modules.