Ingénieurs - Sciences et Technologies
MS en Opérations Aériennes
Objectif de la formation :
IATA and the Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation Civile (ENAC) have partnered to offer a degree program for airline operations professionals. The Advanced Master in Airline Operations combines operational expertise and comprehensive academic rigor.
Participants will be awarded an IATA-ENAC degree upon successful completion of the following courses:
Airline Business Foundations, 5 - 9 October, 2015, Amsterdam
This introductory course explains the framework of the aviation industry in a global context and sets the scene for the following modules of the program. Gain insight into how the airline industry has responded to an ever changing economic and geopolitical landscape and use this information to promote business development at your workplace.
Flight Principles and Atmospheric Environment, 8 - 12 November, 2015, Abu Dhabi
Learn to analyze weather information and evaluate its impact on aircraft operations and flight preparation. Understand aerodynamic features of an aircraft and evaluate impact of high lift devices on airspeed.
Human Factors in Aviation, 6 - 11 December 2015, Abu Dhabi
Gain an overview of human factors in aviation and key reference documents and methodology. Manage the consequences and organizational impact of human factors for all aviation roles: pilots, flight crews, air traffic controllers, CAA, airport and aircraft maintenance staff, aircraft manufacturers and meteorologists.
Aircraft Airworthiness and Air Carrier Certification, 10 - 14 January, 2016, Abu Dhabi
Gain knowledge and skills to manage aircraft certification and continuing airworthiness as per the current ICAO Annexes, regulations, and FAA, JAA, EASA requirements. Evaluate flight safety documents and compliance of manuals, logs, and records.
Safety Management Systems (SMS), 7 - 11 February, 2016, Abu Dhabi
Guidelines to align your operations with ICAO annex 19 SMS provisions and comply with industry requirements for personnel licensing, operation of aircraft and more. The systematic SMS approach ensures both safer operations and improved overall efficiency by managing organizational structure, staff accountabilities, policies and procedures. Developed in accordance with ICAO principles, this course helps you fulfill SMS requirements and establish a functional SMS within your operations.
Emergency Response Planning (ERP) and Crisis Communications and Media Management, 6 - 10 March, 2016, Abu Dhabi
Learn how to define and run an ERP within an airline. Review regulatory requirements and define an organization of an ERP (roles, responsibilities, procedures). Identify areas for improvement in an emergency response situation. Recognize media pressure points to present information that protect corporate image.
Airlines Flight Operations and Optimization, 10 - 14 April, 2016, Abu Dhabi
Conduct safe and optimized aircraft operations. Optimize flights through fuel transportation or alternate scenarios. Review main regulations and learn how to use an operations manual.
IT Tools for Airlines, 8 - 12 May, 2016, Abu Dhabi
This course will provide you with tools to evaluate an application map depending on airline objectives with a focus on operations. Learn how to determine efficient interfaces between information systems. Analyze IT tools in relationship with the airline objectives (flight planning system, crewing system, aircraft performance, etc.).
Aviation Fuel Management and Carbon Trading for Aviation, 10 - 14 July, 2016, Abu Dhabi
Analyze your fuel and carbon budget and propose solutions to improve your cost management structure. Analyze hedging solutions to reduce fuel cost. Analyze carbon market dynamics, strategies and pricing.
Aircraft Turnaround Coordination and Load Supervision, 14 - 18 August, 2016, Abu Dhabi
Lead your ramp team to the consistent servicing and turnaround of multiple aircraft types. Learn the essential technical procedures for aircraft handling and loading to optimize the use of ground service equipment and manpower. This course also provides steps for building a safety culture and ensuring consistent on-time performance (OTP).
Aircraft Maintenance, 18 - 22 September, 2016, Abu Dhabi
Understand the workings and implications of a maintenance organization. Review a Maintenance Review Board (MRB) process. Analyze MSG-3 with the definition of the categories and the economic approach. Review Operator Maintenance Program (OMP) and Operator Exposition Manual (OEM).
Training (Crew and MRO –Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul), 10 - 14 October, 2016, Amsterdam
Evaluate processes and infrastructures for the training of pilots, flight attendants, and mechanics. Describe the sequence for pilot training from ab initio to type rating, typical pilot training organization, infrastructure, tools, and program. Evaluate current and future trends, such as mobile learning, blended learning, etc.
Note: The program schedule and structure are subject to change.
The program will take place at the IATA Amsterdam Training Center in the Netherlands and at Etihad’s Abu Dhabi headquarters in the United Arab Emirates.
Courses will be jointly conducted by IATA instructors and university professors. Participants meet twelve times according to the university’s academic calendar.
The Advanced Master in Airline Operations program is scheduled once a year. The total cost for the program is EUR 20,000.
All current and previous students of the program can obtain the Aviation Management Professional Designation (AvMP) at no further cost.
Crédits ECTS :
Critères d'admission :
Niveau d'entrée : Bac+5
Holders of a Master's Degree (MA) or equivalent*+ 3 years of professional experience or Holders of a Bachelor's Degree (BA) or equivalent + 5 years of professional experience.
Strong command of both written and spoken English at an academic level
Microsoft Office proficiency
*Please note that pilot studies are equivalent to a BA under the French Ministry of Education.
Niveau de sortie : Bac+6
This program is recommended for:
Flight operations managers
Ground operations managers
Airline local representatives
Durée des cours : 1 an
Début des cours : octobre
Inscription avant : juillet
Coût de la formation : 20 000 euros
Nom du directeur de la formation : Michael Benhamed
Date de création de la formation : 2015
Coordonnées de la formation :
ENAC - Toulouse - Ecole nationale de l'aviation civile
Adresse : 7, av. Edouard-Belin, BP 54005, 31055 Toulouse
Téléphone : 05 62 17 40 00
Site de la formation : www.enac.fr
Autre site : http://www.iata.org