Airport Certified Employee (ACE)

Are you an ACE at your airport? Demonstrate your skills with the Airport Certified Employee (ACE) program in your field. ACE programs provide airport and military personnel, students, and others involved in the aviation industry, a thorough and up-to-date certification in six disciplines. Full time students, not gainfully employed in aviation, receive a discount on all ACE programs. Please email us to inquire. Click the program below that’s right for you and start your ACE journey today. 

 


COMING SOON - ACE Law Enforcement Officer (ACE LEO)

ACE LEO is distinguished by its focus on response protocols and real-world applications, and provides training in a uniformed and concise manner to law enforcement and security personnel to competently and confidently do their jobs as well as meet the requirements of 49 CFR 1542.217. Learn More.


NEW - Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Airport Finance

ACE Finance is the first comprehensive program designed for airport personnel responsible for the financial operations at commercial service and general aviation airports. It is based on federal regulations and policy, research from aviation organizations and generally accepted financial practices. Airport Finance professionals will gain a better grasp on the airport system, the intricacies of airport management and operations and the relationship to the fiscal environment to help them strategically plan, budget and allocate funds. Learn More.


Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Communications

This program is intended for aviation personnel who work directly in airport communication hubs and dispatch centers. Airport employees who complete the course will receive a certificate of recognition as an Airport Certified Employee of Communications. Learn more.

 


Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Airfield Lighting Maintenance

This program is specifically designed for airfield lighting maintenance personnel that work at the airport to improve the reliability of airport lighting and visual aid systems that are vital to aircraft safety on the airport surfaces. Airport employees that complete this course will receive a certificate of recognition as an Airport Certified Employee of Airfield Lighting Maintenance. Learn more.

 


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. Airport employees who complete this course and pass the exam will receive a certificate of recognition as an Airport Certified Employee of Operations. Learn more.

 


Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Safety Management Systems

This program is specifically designed for airport leadership and safety management personnel that work at the airport to improve airport safety and is based on new FAA regulations regarding Safety Management. Airport employees that complete this course will receive a certificate of recognition as an Airport Certified Employee of Airport Safety Management Systems. Learn more.

 


Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Security

This course is designed to establish a general knowledge for aviation personnel tasked with security responsibilities from the airport, air carrier, indirect air carrier and general aviation sectors. The program is an extensive curriculum based on 49 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) – 1500 Series: TSA Regulations and the ICAO Annex 17. The Course not only meets the TSA 1542.3 requirements for Airport Security Coordinators (ASC) and alternate ASC’s, but also builds upon the existing working security knowledge of aviation professionals. If you are an airport professional working in the fluid security environment, then take advantage of this unique program and earn your comprehensive security certification today. Learn more.

 


Airport Certified Employee (ACE) - Trusted Agent

Designed to establish a general knowledge base for airport professionals working in the airport Credentialing Office, this 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. Learn More.