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Aviation Security Management (Advanced)
This course provides advanced training on the current security and terrorist threats facing the international civil aviation sector. It provides a comprehensive appraisal of security issues that affect daily airport and airline operations, and consider practical strategies, techniques, and solutions for managing risks in a dynamic operational context. These include a detailed evaluation of security management systems (SeMS) and how to build, monitor and measure a security culture within an aviation organisation.
This training is set at an advanced level and is intended to cover all aspects of aviation security from a management and senior management perspective. It will include hot topics such as terrorism, modern slavery/human trafficking, cybersecurity and information security.
Managers and Senior Managers working in an aviation environment, whether with an airside or landside role, will highly benefit from this course.
The following topics will be addressed in the training:
- Civil Aviation Security Landscape, Conventions, Regulations, and Standards
- Principles of International Aviation Security and Security Planning Frameworks
- Law Enforcement, Policing and Security Functions at Airports
- Security Risk Management Methodologies
- Security Audit Planning, Implementation and Evaluation
- Security Management Systems (SeMS)
- Security Technology and Trends
- Information Security
- Aviation Cyber Security
- Aviation and Modern Slavery
- Management of Crowds and Unruly Passengers
- Human Factors and Security Implications
- Leadership strategies for critical incidents
Interactive activities during the course:
- Practical individual and group exercises to create security strategies
- Analysis of security-related case studies to identify strategic and operational lessons and prepare solutions
- Build an outline security management system
- Security operations planning
- Problem-solving for senior managers in an aviation security environment
At the end of this course learners should be able to:
- Evaluate current and emerging security threats to the aviation sector and formulate effective countermeasures that align with international laws
- Monitor, maintain and improve aviation security systems by designing, implementing and reviewing aviation security management systems (SeMS)
- Coordinate, lead and assess action in the event of a major breach of aviation security
- Examine personal practice to ensure compliance with security procedures
- Allocate security resources and evaluate outcomes
- Identify the implications and extent of human factors in aviation security and devise strategies to solve security vulnerabilities
Who should take this course
Leaders and managers with strategic responsibility for airport operations, including those working for airlines, airport operators, civil aviation authorities and law enforcement agencies. Supervisors and managers who are working, or are soon to work, in the aviation sector.
This is a 5-day course, starting at 9:00 and ending at approximately 17:30.