Attendees will be provided with the latest information to assist their airports in effective implementation of their wildlife hazard management plans. They will also be able to see how techniques are applied and technology is deployed in the field and then used to develop an airport Wildlife Hazard Management Plan.
Using an existing airport wildlife hazard assessment, students will work with their teams to conduct a site survey on the airport, analyze survey data and make recommendations important to that assessment. The teams then will be required to develop a wildlife hazard management plan based on the completed wildlife hazard assessment as well as knowledge and skills learned in the first two days of the course. Students who previously have attended one of the Airport Wildlife Management Techniques Courses will find the knowledge gained in that course invaluable when working to develop their wildlife hazard management plan. As the capstone of the course, teams will be required to make presentations to defend their Wildlife Hazard Management Plan and training program to the course training staff.
This course will meet the Part 139 annual training requirements for airport personnel involved in implementing FAA approved Wildlife Hazard Management Plans as defined by AC 150-5200-36 Qualifications for Wildlife Biologist Conducting Wildlife Hazard Assessments and Training Curriculums for Airport Personnel Involved in Controlling Wildlife Hazards on Airports. This course also meets the FAA's requirement for refresher training for Qualified Airport Wildlife Biologists.
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