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Course Outline 1. Investigations: Basis for Incident Investigation Need for a Database Review of Available Databases Reporting Criteria Discovery Methods Methods of Reporting Investigation Techniques Technical Aspects Analysis, Root Cause Analysis Techniques, Data Programs (FOQA) Report Writing Preparations of the Findings Recommendations Coordination Implementation Organizational Management, Accountability and Responsibilities

2. Human Factors: Stress Fatigue Decision Making Human Reliability and Error Analysis Judgment Chain Attitude Behavior SHEL Models, HFACs

Course No.

Dates

Tuition

IIA 09-1

28 – 31 Oct 2008

$ 1350

IIA 09-2

18 – 21 May 2009

$ 1350

IIA 10-1

26 – 29 Oct 2009

TBA

Course Duration: 3.5 Days

AVIATION SECUrITY PrOGrAM MANAGEMENT (AVSEC)

This course is designed for individuals responsible for managing and implementing aviation security measures at medium to small size aircraft operators,airports and IndirectAir Carriers (IAC’s).The course stresses program management of aviation security. As an integral part of the USC Aviation Safety and Security curriculum this course demonstrates how to apply the ASMS principles to the aviation security environment. This course recognizes the necessity to achieve full compliance with TSA requirements and integrates this priority into a system that reflects organizational values and mission accomplishment. Note: While the regulatory requirements of 49 CFR 1520 regarding security information are covered in the course, this course is open enrollment and therefore no specific SSI material will be discussed.

Objectives: To provide individuals with the knowledge and skills to institute an aviation security management system within an organization that is compliant with Federal requirements and reflective of organizational needs.

Who Should Attend: Individuals responsible for implementation of aviation security requirements in medium to small size aircraft operators, airports and Indirect Air carriers. This course would also be of interest to those individuals and managers who are seeking to apply a systems management approach to aviation security within their particular areas of jurisdiction. Individuals involved in the design and integration of security measures into airport environments would find benefit in this course. This course would be beneficial to government agencies responsible for aviation security.

Course Outline

  • 1.

    Primary Lessons of Aviation Security Evolution of the Threat Evolution of the Response Development of Countermeasures

  • 2.

    Legal Programs as Countermeasures ICAO

    • U.

      S. Regulations

TSA Enforcement Actions, ICAO measures

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