Modernize your Air Navigation Services business in a safe, economical, and harmonized manner.
- What is appropriate regulation? The relationship between global regulatory requirements, sovereignty, and State responsibilities under Article 28 of the Chicago Convention, and good governance in providing aircraft separation services
- The seamless airspace concept and its characteristics and possibilities. How to transition from the local airspace concept for providing domestic services, to a regional and global airspace concept. Examine the vision of CANSO.
- Optimizing ATM systems. Examine the work of CANSO regional strategic coordination committees whose objective is the regional harmonization of ATM
- The advantages of developing technology based on common operational requirements regionally and globally
- Getting the most out of the modern aircraft: using automation in the cockpit to improve ANS performance
- Strategic leadership in business transformation
- The 'people' component of ANS Provision: investing in and managing human capital
- What is meant by a business-like approach to ANS Provision? How to be more customer- and performance-focused
- Threats and opportunities in ANS Provision. Learn the value of competition, vertical integration, segmentation and specialization
- Global Benchmarking of ANSP performance
- The pathway from AIS to Aeronautical Information Management – the transition from the paper office to real-time, standards-based digital aeronautical information as defined in the ICAO Global Air Traffic Management Operational Concept (Doc 9854)
- Performance-driven collaboration and co-operation between ANSPs. What are the possibilities for data sharing and collaborative decision making?
- Trends in civil-military collaboration
- How to manage safety (based on ICAO SMS), quality, security and risk using an Integrated Aviation Management System (IAMS)
- Environment – mitigating the effect of aircraft operations on the environment – regional environmental ATM initiatives
- Airspace user charges
- Stakeholder management and communications
- Several case studies from the aviation industry will be used to demonstrate key issues
What you will learn:
Upon completing this course you will have the skills to:
- Drive the effective provision of Air Navigation Services
- Lead business transformation
Who should attend?
This course is recommended for:
- ANS providers
- Civil Aviation Authorities
An IATA Certificate of Completion is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 70% or higher on all exercises and exams. A special distinction is awarded to participants obtaining a grade of 90% or higher.