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Conducting a technical assistance visit to CAPSCA Member States and Airports

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€ 495.00

Introduction

Conducting a technical assistance visit to CAPSCA Member States and Airports is an online course developed by JAA TO and CAPSCA under supervision, and endorsed, by ICAO TrainairPlus.

This course aims to develop a critical mass of experts to support CAPSCA - Collaborative Arrangements for the Prevention and Management of Public Health Events in Civil Aviation for the implementation of ICAO provisions relating to public health events and emergencies and the WHO International Health Regulations (IHR) requirements related to civil aviation.

This online course will provide you with knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to participate in the on-the-job training course for Technical Advisors.

Course Content

The course is build up in Units, following the same order before, during and after a technical assistance visit. Each unit has learning confirmations, such as quizzes, exercises and reflections, and a Mastery Test. You will also be able to share your ideas throughout the course through different forums.

Each exercise, quiz and Mastery Test, needs to be succesfully completed, obtaining a grade of 80% or higher, in order to move towards the next exercise. There are indefinite number of attempts for the quizzes and exercises, however for the Mastery Tests there are three attempts only.

In order to achieve a certificate, all exercises, activities and readings must be completed.

Learning Objectives

Course Objectives: After successful course completion, you will be able to:

  • Prepare the CAPSCA Technical Assistance Visit Plan on the basis of preliminary information;
  • Evaluate the Public Health and Civil Aviation Authorities’ national preparedness planning;
  • Evaluate the availability and accuracy of airport emergency planning, emergency operations centre, infrastructure and media strategy/plan;
  • Evaluate planning and resources of Medical and Rescue Services;
  • Evaluate knowledge and preparedness of security and handling staff;
  • Evaluate the availability and accuracy of PH emergency procedures at the Air Navigation Service Provider, ANSP;
  • Evaluate the availability and accuracy of PH emergency procedures at commercial Aircraft Operators;
  • Ensure an accurate Assistance Visit report with recommendations.

Who should take this course

Primary Target Audience: Nominated technical advisors from CAPSCA Members States, Representatives of national civil aviation and/or public health authorities from ICAO Member States, or qualified specialists in aviation medicine, emergency medicine, or public health.

Secondary Target Audience: CAPSCA Member State National Aviation Authorities (NAAs) managers or head of departments.

Pre-requisites

Participants must have 3 years of working experience in aviation medicine, emergency medicine, or public health

Duration

34 hours approximately

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€ 495.00