Major Airport Training


What is it?

Our Major Airport Training involves deploying a training designer to the client location to design an Airport Operations training package which is comprehensive in its design.

The program involves the design of a learning program document for new airport operations employees, assessment tools, learning tools, blended delivery and e-learning options. The learning program is designed to take a new employee and progress them through a course that includes on the job training and practical assessment and verification. We can also include administration mapping so as the training outcomes include nationally recognised units of competency in the Aerodrome Reporting Officer and Works Safety Officer Skill Sets.

We practically assess all students who have progressed through the learning program to ensure competency is achieved in the various aspects of the learning program. We understand the airside operations risk profile associated with major airport operations and thus we will ensure a thoroughly designed learning journey occurs with interim checks and reviews in place prior to final assessment.

Why AMS for Major Airport Training?

We’re an RTO (ID Number 52413). Our trainers and training designers understand the systemic process of training design and validation inside and out. We also truely believe in the principles of vocational training and face to face practical assessment. Our Cert IV (TAE) trainers are required to be vocationally current on those tasks in which they are training and assessing. Finally, we believe in fresh eyes. Internal training delivered over an extended time has a tendency to build cumulative error and a culture of error which opens the door to human factors influences, we can help eliminate these errors best practice knowledge taken from across a large portion of the Australian Airports Industry.

How long does it take to train an Airside Operations Team Member?

Subject to the complexity of the airport operations and the individual in question a learning program established at a major airport should take between 6 to 12 months to complete. Obviously this is variable depending on how quickly the student progresses through workplace learning activities and the client requirements.

Major Airport Training