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Aviation Safety - Level 3

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Overview

Aviation Safety – Level 3 is tailored towards all professionals in the aviation field to develop a safety mindset. The course will give you the required knowledge that will make you a more confident aviation safety professional and start your career in safety too.

The course is designed in such a way that it will cover all the key topics along with practical examples to demonstrate what part does safety play in the aviation industry. Aviation Safety – Level 3 will not only help you in developing safety leadership skills but also make you contribute to a positive culture that revolves around safely executing operations.

Aviation Safety – Level 3 will enable you to implement the safety mechanisms that have been devised and agreed to by the air transport community in order to increase safety as well as aviation efficiency. In recent times safety has become a data-driven process, hence it’s only logical that the approach is made to a performance-based one.

Why Study at 1Training

1Training is a leading online provider for several accrediting bodies and provides learners with the opportunity to take this exclusive CPD course.  At 1Training, we give our fullest attention to our learners’ needs and ensure they have the necessary information required to proceed with the training.

Learners who register will be given excellent learning support, discounts for future purchases and be eligible for a TOTUM Discount card and Student ID card with amazing offers and access to retail stores, the library, cinemas, gym memberships and their favourite restaurants

Learning outcomes

  • Gain an understanding of the importance of safety regulation in the aviation industry
  • Develop a safety mindset
  • Learn how safety mechanisms work in the aviation industry
  • Learn the safety principles along with their definitions
  • Learn why would you use a Safety Management system (SMS) along with its requirements and components

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

  • Learners should be over the age of 16 and have a basic understanding of English, ICT and numeracy.
  • A sound educational background is recommended

In order to pass the course ‘Aviation Safety – Level 3’learners will complete an online quiz which will be immediately marked, with learners knowing right away whether they’ve passed the test.

Upon the successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the Certificate for ‘Aviation Safety – Level 3’ by CPD.

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months of access to the online learning portal from the date you joined the course. The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the sessions at any time.

Awarding Body

CPD is a leading awarding body in the United Kingdom that meets an excellent standard of high-quality education. CPD is committed to the enhancement of proficiency and personal skills in order to develop learners’ skills and abilities. CPD ensures that both practical and academic qualifications assist individuals to re-skill or up-skill and maintain a competitive advantage in their chosen industry.

Career Path & Progression

The Certificate for Aviation Safety – Level 3 will improve your candidature for a number of jobs across multiple sectors.  You can study further related courses that will open the door to new and exciting opportunities and enhance your expertise in this subject, and add this as a skillset on your resume. Your skills will be recognised by leading employers and top organisations that will enable you to land a generous-paying job, plenty of benefits and a wide array of opportunities. Given below are job titles you can compete for, along with the average UK salary per annum according to https://www.glassdoor.com

  • Aviation Safety Inspector £53K (approximately)
  • Aviation Safety officer £68K
  • Learners should be over the age of 16 and have a basic understanding of English, ICT and numeracy.
  • A sound educational background is recommended

In order to pass the course ‘Aviation Safety – Level 3’learners will complete an online quiz which will be immediately marked, with learners knowing right away whether they’ve passed the test.

Upon the successful completion of the course, you will be awarded the Certificate for ‘Aviation Safety – Level 3’ by CPD.

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months of access to the online learning portal from the date you joined the course. The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the sessions at any time.

Awarding Body

CPD is a leading awarding body in the United Kingdom that meets an excellent standard of high-quality education. CPD is committed to the enhancement of proficiency and personal skills in order to develop learners’ skills and abilities. CPD ensures that both practical and academic qualifications assist individuals to re-skill or up-skill and maintain a competitive advantage in their chosen industry.

Career Path & Progression

The Certificate for Aviation Safety – Level 3 will improve your candidature for a number of jobs across multiple sectors.  You can study further related courses that will open the door to new and exciting opportunities and enhance your expertise in this subject, and add this as a skillset on your resume. Your skills will be recognised by leading employers and top organisations that will enable you to land a generous-paying job, plenty of benefits and a wide array of opportunities. Given below are job titles you can compete for, along with the average UK salary per annum according to https://www.glassdoor.com

  • Aviation Safety Inspector £53K (approximately)
  • Aviation Safety officer £68K
Course Curriculum Total Units : 89
1. The Philosophy of Safety
1.1 The Philosophy of Safety
1.2 Is Safety a Core business function?
1.3 Cost vs. Benefit Considerations
1.4 Costs of accidents
1.5 What is the value of a human life?
1.6 Production vs. Protection
2. Aviation Safety Program Management and Safety Management System (SMS)
2.1 Aviation Safety Program Management and Safety Management System (SMS)
2.2 Safety Management Systems (SMS)
2.3 The Accountable Executive
2.4 Safety Risk Management
2.5 Interfaces in SafetyRisk Management (SRM) and Safety Assurance (SA)
3. Accident Investigation Theory
3.1 Accident Investigation Theory
3.2 Types of Investigations
3.3 Types of Accidents
4. Aircraft Accident Investigation
4.1 Aircraft Accident Investigation
4.2 Site Safety at the Scene of the Accident
4.3 Site Survey
4.4 Wreckage Patterns
4.5 Examination of Ground Scars
4.6 Impact Marks
4.7 Need for Photographs
4.8 What to Photograph at the Accident Site.
4.9 Aircraft Accident Working Groups
4.10 Parties to the Investigation
5. General Aviation Accidents
5.1 General Aviation Accidents
5.2 What Is General Aviation?
5.3 Personal Flying
5.4 Preliminary Analysis for 2010–2014
5.5 NTSB Most Wanted Safety Improvements
5.6 Personnel Information
5.7 Aircraft Information
5.8 Communications
5.9 Medical and Pathological Information
5.10 Safety Recommendations Issued
6. Flight Safety Programs
6.1 Flight Safety Programs
6.2 Flight Operational Quality Assurance (FOQA)
6.3 Aviation Safety Action Programs (ASAP)
6.4 Line Operated Safety Observation (LOSA)
7. The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) and The Swiss Cheese Model of Accident Causation
7.1 The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) and the Swiss Cheese Model of Accident Causation
7.2 Introduction
7.3 Reason’s “Swiss Cheese” Model of Human Error
7.4 Unsafe Acts
7.5 Violations
7.6 Preconditions for Unsafe Acts
7.7 Organizational Influences
7.8 Resource / Acquisition Management
7.9 Conclusion
8. Hazardous Attitudes
8.1 Hazardous Attitudes
8.2 Learning Objectives
9. Anti-Drug Programs in Aviation
9.1 Anti-Drug Programs in Aviation
9.2 Background
9.3 Requirements for an Anti-Drug Program
9.4 Safety-Sensitive Functions
9.5 Shy Bladder Procedures
10. Pilot Decision Making
10.1 Pilot Decision Making
10.2 Operational Errors and Tactical Errors
10.3 Alcohol and the Teen Brain
10.4 Risk Management and ADM
10.5 Hazardous Attitudes and Antidotes
10.6 Likelihood of an Event
10.7 Severity of an Event
10.8 Mitigating Risk
10.9 The PAVE Checklist
10.10 Managing External Pressures
10.11 The Decision-Making Process
11. Mid Air Collision Avoidance
11.1 Mid Air Collision Avoidance
11.2 Introduction
11.3 Profile of Midair Collisions
11.4 Not What You Might Expect
11.5 No Pilot is Immune
11.6 Midair Collison Causes
11.7 Binocular Vision
11.8 Scan Patterns
11.9 The Time Sharing Plan
11.10 Collision Avoidance Checklist
12. Bird Strike Mitigation
12.1 Bird Strike Mitigation
12.2 Learning Objectives
13. Managing Fatigue
13.1 Managing Fatigue
13.2 Learning Objectives
14. Hazardous Weather
14.1 Hazardous Weather
14.2 Thunderstorms
14.3 Ceiling and Visibility
14.4 Effect on Altimeters
14.5 Low-Level Wind Shear
14.6 Icing
14.7 Inlet Guide Vane Icing.
14.8 Effects of Temperature on Pressure
Mock Exams
Mock Exam : Aviation Safety – Level 3
Final Exams
Final Exam : Aviation Safety – Level 3
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