200571 - C.M. Virtual Training

200571 - C.M. Virtual Training
The objective of the C.M. Virtual Training is to help both those enrolled in the Certified Member (C.M.) and Accredited Airport Executive (A.A.E.) programs review the most difficult areas of the modules, so they are better prepared for the multiple-choice exam and the final interview. Participants will receive a link to view any session for which they have registered as many times as they want, after each one concludes.

Registration Instructions:
 To register, first select Register Myself or Register Someone Else. To register for individual sessions at $95 each, select the Individual Sessions button under Registration Options. Then under Program, select Add for each session for which you want to register, and proceed to checkout. To register for all 10 webinars, and receive a $100 discount, select the Full Series button, and check out.

CANCELLATION POLICY: Webinar registration fees are non-refundable. A recording of the webinar will still be provided to cancelled registrations after the live webinar occurs. For all inquiries regarding cancellations, please contact the AAAE Training Department by email at trainingdept@aaae.org. By submitting a completed online registration, you acknowledge that you have read and understand the cancellation policy and that the cancellation policy for this webinar supersedes the general cancellation policy noted in AAAE Event Participant Terms and Conditions. 

NOTE: 
Confirmation letters will be emailed to attendees within one business day of registration. If you have not received an email confirmation of your registration within 1 day of registering, please contact the AAAE Training Department at trainingdept@aaae.org. Please note failure to receive a confirmation letter will not be grounds for a refund.
When
5/19/2020 - 12/31/2020
By registering for this conference, you agree to the AAAE Event Participant Terms and Conditions.

Program

   

Friday, 01 May 2020

 
Select this option to enroll in the C.M. program, if you are not already a candidate. This is required to take the C.M. exam.

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

 
Module 1 - Airport Historical Context; Ownership & Organization, and Grant Assurances. The success of an airport is dependent upon its ownership (i.e., the Sponsor) and operating structure. This session discusses the Airport Sponsor's role. It notes the advantages and disadvantages of those airports operated by a municipality and those operated by an authority. This section also discusses privatization. Grant assurances are the unofficial "regulations," of any AIP funded airport and provide the basis for many Part 16 complaints. This session addresses the critical grant assurances used throughout the C.M. Modules.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Thursday, 21 May 2020

 
Module 1 - Airport Revenue, Finance & Budgets, and the AIP Process. The setting of fees, rates, and charges is an essential function at any airport. Still, there are selective FAA rules to be followed when setting rates for aeronautical vs. non-aeronautical use activities. The premise of watching money is the understanding that airport executives cannot provide a safe, secure, and efficient environment without having the funds to do so. Also discussed is the Airport Improvement Program, along with Passenger Facility Charges and other forms of airport capital funds.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Tuesday, 26 May 2020

 
Module 2 - Airport Master Planning and Airfield Design. The airport Master Plan is the blueprint for the development of the airport into the future. It often forms the basis of marketing strategies and other business plans for the airport. The Master Plan is the community's opportunity to provide their input about the future of the airport. This session also addresses essential airfield design components such as runway, taxiway, and apron design, the Imaginary Surfaces, and protected areas around the runway.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Thursday, 28 May 2020

 
Module 2 - Terminal Planning. The passenger experience has become a center of focus for many airport executives as happy passengers tend to spend more money on concessions, and airports rank higher in customer surveys.  A positive passenger experience begins by following solid terminal planning principles and understanding the needs of the passenger. Protection of airspace is also addressed.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Tuesday, 02 June 2020

 
Module 2 - Air Traffic Control and Environmental Laws and Requirements. The environmental process touches every component of an airport's operation. This session addresses the FAA regulated environmental process for any AIP funded project, and the operational requirements of an airport to have spill plans, stormwater plans, and emergency response plans. This session discusses the fundamentals of air traffic control and the national airspace system.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Thursday, 04 June 2020

 
Module 3 - Airport Operations. This session focuses exclusively on Title 14 CFR part 139, the critical commercial airport safety regulation, the Airport Operating Certificate and Airport Certification Manual, and the associated airfield maintenance requirements. The self-inspection process is a primary focus of this session, including pavement inspection, airfield signs-markings-lighting and airfield navigational aids.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Tuesday, 09 June 2020

 
Module 3 - Airport Operations. Specifically addressed are the safety programs required of commercial airport operators, including the Snow and Ice Control Plan, the Wildlife Hazard Management Plan, Ground Vehicle and Pedestrians on the airfield, operational considerations and practices and Construction Management Safety Plans.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Thursday, 11 June 2020

 
Module 3 - Airport Emergency Plans, UAV's and Aviation Security. This session discusses the requirements of the Airport Emergency Plan, the airport operations center concept, and UAV operators. Also addressed is Title 49 CFR Part 1542, the regulations for airport security.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Tuesday, 16 June 2020

 
Module 4 - Airport Stakeholders, Community Relations and Noise Abatement. The success of an airport executive often depends on the relationships they have with their stakeholders. Theoretically, anyone can be a stakeholder, but the key contacts are with the members of the airport board, the tenants, other government agencies, and the customer. This session also addresses other avenues of airport revenue, industry trends, the basics of airport marketing, and why it is unique. Noise is often one of the most sensitive issues at an airport. The session will also address the part 150 study and the challenges in noise abatement management and mitigation strategies.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

Thursday, 18 June 2020

 
Module 4 - Air Service Development and Public Relations. At a commercial service airport, the air carrier  is the "whale," the significant tenant that provides much of the revenue stream for the airport. This session addresses strategies to attract and retain air carrier service. Also discussed is the critical role of public information in a crisis.
Time
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
11:00 AM

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