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ACI Training

 

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Airports Council International (ACI) offers high quality comprehensive training solutions through accreditation programmes, certifications, in-house training courses and E-learning.

aeriaA cooperates with ACI in promoting their world leading global training programmes.

In this page you can view the training offered by ACI. The contents are grouped by topic, please select the topic for displaying the available courses.

The following courses are updated with the information scheduled by ACI for 2014. However visit the official 2014 ACI Training website for more details about dates and locations, you will find there the latest courses available. This content is approved by ACI.

Click on each course category bar and then in course titles for complete information.

ACI Diploma Programmes

AELP

Airport Executive Leadership Programme (AELP)
This programme fosters the development of strategic management skills, preparing individually selected candidates to handle senior-level executive responsibilities and creating a network of future airport industry leaders. The programme consists of a three-week distance learning module, one week of face-to-face training, and a four-week distance learning module. AELP can be taken as an AMPAP Elective.

AMPAP

Airport Management Professional Accreditation Programme (AMPAP)
AMPAP is a programme jointly developed by ACI and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). AMPAP is the world’s only course-based accreditation programme for airport executives delivered both face-to-face and online. All individuals who occupy a management position within a civil airport organization are eligible to apply. For airport management professionals, the IAP designation is the global standard of excellence. It consists of four mandatory and two elective courses, which must be completed within a three-year period. 

GSN

Global Safety Network (GSN) Diploma Programme
The Global Safety Network (GSN) Diploma Programme consists of six specialized courses on airport safety, and is specifically designed to meet the needs of airside operations and safety managers, including developing, implementing and operating effective Safety Management Systems (SMS) at their airports. Each GSN course may be taken as a stand-alone professional certificate course or combined with the other GSN courses to achieve the ACI GSN Diploma.

•GSN 1 – Safety Management Systems (SMS)

•GSN 2 – Airside Safety and Operations

•GSN 3 – Emergency Planning and Crisis Management

•GSN 4 – Working with Annex 14

•GSN 5 – Advanced Safety Management Systems

•GSN 6 – Aerodrome Auditing and Compliance

AODP

Airport Operations Diploma Programme (AODP)
The Airport Operations Diploma Programme is designed to expose participants to all the facets of activities associated with an airport – from airside operations and landside to terminal operations – and equip them with key knowledge and tools necessary to proactively address the essential operational and business needs of 21st century airports.

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Professional Certificate Courses

The ACI GT Professional Certificate Courses consist of a full range of professional courses covering every possible airport-related topic and are designed to enhance the competencies of airport personnel from entry through to management levels. Related topics include:
Safety
Safety is the number one priority for ACI, airports and the entire aviation community. Our core functional expertise is dedicated to safety. Our safety training portfolio provides airport safety professionals and aviation executives with the knowledge needed to ensure their airport operations are safe for their customers and employees. The ACI Global Training Certificate specialized courses also include safety courses offered under the ACI Global Safety Network (GSN) Programme.
Security
Security is critical in the development, management and operation of the world’s airports. ACI takes a very active role in lobbying and working with regulatory authorities helping to shape regulations and ensuring that changes in security are communicated to airport authorities. This expertise is extended to our security training courses.
Facilitation
Airport Facilitation consists of the efficient management of the flow of passengers, baggage, cargo and mail through the airport facilities, ensuring that services are delivered in a healthy, safe and secure environment, and meeting and exceeding when possible the needs and expectations of customers. A strong customer service culture coupled with efficient processes to maximize passenger traffic flow is a determining factor in providing a positive travel experience to the airport’s customers.
Economics
Airports continue to develop new business models and invest capital in order to meet the needs of a burgeoning aviation industry. Airports have evolved from being government infrastructure providers into sophisticated business-oriented service providers. This requires airport managers and staff to increase their skills in the areas of commercial management and economic development.
Environment
Airports are very much part of the communities within which they operate. Reducing their impact on the environment is a major focus for many airports around the world. While much of the current attention is on climate change and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, it is just one of a number of areas in which airports and the rest of the aviation industry are active when it comes to the environment.
Management and Technical
ACI offers a wide range of courses in airport management and operations which may be taken as independent classes, part of a certificate programme or as a global ACI-ICAO AMPAP Elective.

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Operational and Regulatory Courses

Operational and Regulatory Courses
ACI Global Training offers a range of short courses through the Online Learning Centre (OLC) that are designed to help airports meet operational and regulatory training requirements for airport employees, contractors and service providers. These competency-based online courses equip airport personnel with the knowledge and skills to perform their jobs more safely, securely and effectively within national and international regulatory standards.

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Put the passengers first. ACI World

 

Airports Council International had launched an initiative branded PassengersPlus. www.aci.aero/Paxplus

“PassengersPlus is a worldwide airport community that celebrates the very best examples of airports putting passengers first.”

On the new Airport’s Digital Level (ACRIS)

Airport Passenger’s centric, new revenues paths, more cooperation between the main airport’s stakeholders (airlines, airport, ground handling, ATC…) in order to improve the punctuality and service, external 3rd party apps, new huge and modern terminals, “intermodality”, smart cities & smart airports, green airports, etc, etc. All these concepts are overflying around our minds, some of them are becoming reality, other requires innovation and willingness to invest time and money. A few weeks ago in the presentation of my book, State of-the-Art of IT technologies applied to Airports (click here see the post about it and download it), the former Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD), Miguel Angel Oleaga, share with us three simple and deep thoughts:

“Let’s share information! If we have data from all of our partners, we can manage the airport business processes having common information for everyone and for each one.”

“The information at your fingertips. Why do not explote it from our business intelligence view? Why do not achieve a customers’ total knowledge environment? Let’s get all their potential!”

“At Airports, I believe that we are ready for offering individualized services, but, is it not some that already the technologies offer in other life’s ambiences?”

To sum up, these three quotes are referred to: Information sharing, business intelligence and situational awareness and personalization.

This post is the first of initiatives in the fields of airport data modeling, APIs, etc. This is dedicated to ACRIS introduction, but I would like to deepen into some other related thoughts about the new Digital Level.

On the way of airport's business interoperability

On the way of airport’s business interoperability