Training Calendar

Upcoming

August 17-18, 2022
Virtual
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET
The Basic ASOS School is designed for the individual who is relatively new to airport operations, have not attended a Basic ASOS previously, or is currently working in airport management, planning, or operations. Through prepared presentations instructed by industry professionals, the Basic ASOS School will cover the following elements of Part 139 (subject to change): 14 CFR 139 Requirements, Records, Paved/Safety Areas, Markings, Signs and Lighting.
August 23, 2022
Virtual
12:30 - 4:30 p.m. ET
Today, employers are facing unprecedented workforce challenges that are greatly disrupting the success and continuity of business. This program benefits employers by creating a stable and more effective workforce, and benefits employees by helping them develop a plan for career growth.
September 8, 2022
Virtual
1 - 5 p.m. ET
Airport employees are on the frontlines of the fight to end human trafficking. Recent data suggests that more than 60% of trafficking victims move through airports during the course of their exploitation, yet identification of these victims remains remarkably low. This course will equip frontline workers with tools and resources they need to better understand human trafficking and be responsive to suspected cases.
September 12-14, 2022
Virtual
10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET Daily
The Airport Master Firefighter (AMF) virtual series is an overview of the study materials designed to educate and challenge airport rescue firefighting personnel in preparation to earn the prestigious AMF professional designation.
September 20-21, 2022
In Person
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Daily
We have partnered with the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport to offer the Basic Airport Safety and Operations Specialist (ASOS) School. Attendees will get a solid overview of 14 CFR Part 139 requirements and better understand the federal guidelines that affect the way your airport complies with regulations. The Basic ASOS Training is designed for individuals who are relatively new to airport operations, or have not attended a Basic ASOS before and are currently working in airport management, planning, or operations.
September 26-29, 2022
In Person
Alexandria, VA
This interactive course is an extensive review of the ACE Operations study materials, based on Part 139 requirements that cover universally applicable airfield information, as well as operational regulations and procedures specific to the airfield. The course is designed to educate and challenge airport personnel with airfield operations responsibilities, or anyone interested in a related career.
October 4, 2022
Virtual
1 - 4 p.m. ET
Most people are terrified to speak in front of others, whether they are speaking in meetings, interviewing or delivering an important speech. Unfortunately, companies do not provide the necessary skills needed to be an effective communicator. This workshop is designed to help anyone at any level.
October 18-19, 2022
Virtual
10:00 am to 5:00 pm ET
Designed to establish a general knowledge base for airport professionals working in the airport Credentialing Office. The curriculum provides important history that helps a Trusted Agent better understand the security platform from which they now are required to work. The course focuses on understanding the complexities that have been continuously added to the requirements for vetting, issuing, tracking and auditing airport credentials and is based on Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations– 1542 series, and TSA Security Directives.
October 19-20, 2022
Virtual
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET Daily
Advanced Schools are tailored for individuals who have either attended an earlier ASOS school, experienced one or more annual FAA Certification Inspections or have at least two years of experience in airport operations. The school has fewer prepared presentations, and more group Part 139 problem-solving exercises so that all attendees can actively participate in the proceedings. Participants are encouraged to discuss best management practices and lessons learned at their airports or from other experiences.
On Demand
Virtual
On Demand
The purpose of the Accreditation Program writing requirement is to demonstrate to the Board of Examiners (BOE) that executive candidates can write effectively on a topic relevant and significant to airport management. Two options for completing the Accreditation program writing requirement are the Management Paper and Case Study. This workshop was developed to assist candidates with the paper writing process and help them understand what the BOE defines as a successful paper.
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Virtual
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Learn ways in which you can build the mental strength needed to handle psychologically taxing events such as global pandemics like COVID-19, threats, accidents or emergencies that can take place in the airport.
On Demand
Virtual
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Cover a variety of techniques and recommendations that address the unique operational challenges and responsibilities of the airport communication center dispatcher.
On Demand
Virtual
On Demand
This course provides both operations and security personnel the necessary information and perspectives on the basics of securing a public-use airport.
On Demand
Virtual
On Demand
COVID-19 vaccines have started distribution, and normalcy is on the horizon. With that, however, comes a return to the risks of normal passenger traffic. Be prepared with this 2-day overview of emergency response, disaster preparedness and crisis management.
On Demand
Virtual
On Demand
This workshop provides an introduction to the commercial airport world giving attendees a grasp of the different missions and complexities of civilian airport operations. Another component is a discussion on how to approach the job market, including translating military experience into civilian language on a resume, so HR reps will recognize that candidates have the requisite skills for the job.
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Virtual
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Better understand how airports are financed and how the finance function of the airport performs the services that they provide. We'll cover the sources of revenue, how the budgeting process works and what to you need to know about audits.
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Virtual
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This two-part series provides an overview of the performance requirements for airport lighting fixtures and the function they perform.
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Virtual
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Airport 101 is tailored to new airport professionals and incoming public officials to enhance the individual’s understanding of the aviation story, industry leaders, airport management issues, current challenges faced by industry leaders and strategies for implementing sensible strategic plans or goals. It is designed to present new airport board members or commissioners, senior and mid-level airport executives, and entry level with a substantive and thoughtful review of the airport industry.
On Demand
Virtual
On Demand
If you have been in airport emergency management for any length of time, you know that incident command can be a challenge. Off-airport responders often are not familiar with the airport environment; there are challenges with who the incident commander should be and where the lines of authority are drawn. Even if you think you have "solved" these problems, you may not be happy with those solutions. ICS for Airports provides you with three different strategies for implementing an effective airport incident command system or revising an existing program. Even if you don't wholly implement these programs, you will come away with ideas for improving your incident management effectiveness.
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Virtual
On Demand
This course provides a basic understanding of the principles and techniques of escort operations with a primary focus on the impact to airport operations. Attendees will gain an understanding of basic escort operation principles and methodologies, how to integrate escorts into the airport security environment based on threat level, and best practices for how to mitigate the impact to airport operations.