Training & Certification

LIGHTING & MAINTENANCE

Advanced Winter Operations Course

The Advanced Airport Winter Operations Specialist (AAWOS) course is designed to provide airport supervisors, managers, and directors with a stronger knowledge of how to operate safe, efficient, and successful winter operations that meet regulatory and fiscal requirements of a FAR Part 139 certificated airport including regulations that enhance airfield safety, cost saving measures, developing employee performance, and understanding Far Part 139. Offered as Live Classroom Training.

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Advanced Winter Operations Course

Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Airfield Lighting Maintenance

This program is designed to provide detailed electrical theory and proven maintenance techniques, while educating and challenging airport personnel with airfield lighting maintenance responsibilities, to improve the reliability of airport lighting and visual aid systems that are vital to aircraft safety on the airport surfaces. Offered as Self-Study and Live Classroom Training.

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Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Airfield Lighting Maintenance

Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Airfield Operations

The Operations program is a Part 139-based curriculum designed to educate and challenge airport personnel with airfield operations responsibilities or anyone interested in a related career. Offered as Self-Study, Live Virtual Training, On Demand and Live Classroom Training.

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Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Airfield Operations

Airport Certified Employee (ACE) Lighting Maintenance Virtual Training

This course is designed to provide detailed electrical theory and proven maintenance techniques while educating and challenging airport personnel with airfield lighting maintenance responsibilities. Distinguish yourself within your field by earning this prestigious, unique certification. Receive the best possible education on safety and efficiently operating and maintaining your airfield's lighting systems by becoming an ACE today!

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Airport Certified Employee (ACE) Lighting Maintenance Virtual Training

Digicast

For more than a decade, the Digicast video training system has been providing thousands of airport employees with on-demand video training on every aspect needed to run an airport: operations, maintenance, security, customer service, human resources, Part 139 required training and more. Digicast programming is accessible online via any Web-enabled device. In addition to first-class training, Digicast also provides informative, thought-provoking content and insight, including exclusive content like Airport Magazine Roundtables. Offered as On Demand Training.

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Digicast

Interactive Employee Training

AAAE’s Interactive Employee Training and Learning Suite (IET-LS) provides engaging, high quality training content to airports and aviation firms. Courses may be hosted through our web-based Learning Suite to track and report training results or content may be produced for an organization’s existing LMS. Offered as On Demand Training.

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Interactive Employee Training

Recurrent Part 139.319 Airport Familiarization

To support rapid response, ARFF personnel need to be familiar with all parts of the airport and the area immediately surrounding the airport. Training should include familiarization with critical locations under a variety of weather conditions, operating conditions, and at minimum, may include studying maps of the airport and the surrounding area. The topics reviewed in Part 1 are: types and classifications of airports, airport traffic patterns, runways and taxiways, safety areas, airport markings, signs and lighting, airport design, grid maps and airport topography. Offered as Live Classroom Training.

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Recurrent Part 139.319 Airport Familiarization

Working with Airport Lighting Systems

This training provides fundamental knowledge that anyone working with airport lighting systems must know to keep themselves and their airport safe. Photometric, electrical, and mechanical maintenance issues are presented as well as FAA EB 83A requirements and considerations, along with other precautions you should be aware of to keep you safe. Examine the basic systems and the critical safety visual signals provided to the pilot and important preventative maintenance practices required.

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Working with Airport Lighting Systems