The Canadian Airports Online College (CAOC) offers an extensive range of short courses across all airport operational domains – developed especially for airport professionals. Many airports utilise these courses as part of their internal training program.
Here’s a list of our top 7 most popular short courses from our broad range of courses available:
The Human Factors Safety Training course helps build the defences that reduce and mitigate human errors at airports by developing an awareness of the individual factors that can impact human performance that lead to errors in the first place.
Managing Operations During Construction provides guidance to airport operators and other stakeholders on how to plan for and manage operations during airport construction projects.
Wildlife Hazard Management provides learners with a comprehensive overview of the key elements involved in Wildlife Hazard Management and how these elements are integrated successfully into the airport’s Wildlife Hazard Management Plan.
The Foreign Object Debris (FOD) Prevention course assists airport personnel to understand the threat posed by FOD and explores the key elements of a FOD program that can help airports to successfully manage this threat.
Airside Safety Training will familiarise participants with the unique nature of the Airside, the various roles and responsibilities required to maintain a high level of safety, the major elements of airside safety and some of the common hazards that they may encounter.
The Accident and Incident Investigation course guides learners on how to employ defenses to prevent accidents and incidents from occurring and how to approach and conduct the accident and investigation process at their airport.
The ACI/ICAO Global Reporting Format (GRF) course has been developed by ACI and ICAO to assist airport personnel to meet the new ICAO requirements for runway surface condition assessment and reporting that come into effect in November 2020 as outlined in ICAO Circular 355, Assessment, Measurement and Reporting of Runway Surface Conditions, and ICAO Doc 10064, Aeroplane Performance Manual (APM).