Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies

ACI - Managing Aerodrome Works

Instructor Led Virtual Training

This course provides detailed information on how to plan aerodrome works, ensuring the necessary documentation is produced in accordance with the Airport's Safety Management System, how the works are controlled on a day to day basis and how to bring new developments into operational status. (Please note course fees indicated are for ACI Members/ACI World Business Partners. Please contact us for non-member pricing.)

Course Benefits

  • Provides guidance on the documentation required to effectively manage works, Risk Assessments and Compliance Statements, ensuring compliance with National and International Standards
  • Explains how to effectively manage contractors to ensure safe operations
  • Offers examples for managing works in the form of Case Studies as part of the learning experience
  • Explains the need for effective and safe "Management of Change" in the Aerodrome works process

Who Should Attend

  • Senior Airport Management who manage Aerodrome Works
  • Airfield Planners and Project Managers
  • Airside Safety and Compliance Managers
  • Duty Managers and Supervisors
  • Airside Safety Staff
  • Strategic Development Managers
  • Civil Engineering Managers
  • National Regulators

Course Outline

  • Developing an Aerodrome Works Plan
  • Controlling Contractors
  • Site Inspections
  • Hazard Identification, Safety Cases and Risk Assessments
  • Permits to Work
  • Runway Works (including Redeclaration of Distances)
  • Environmental Impacts
  • Progress and Development Meetings
  • Stakeholder Consultation
  • ATC / Airfield Operations Coordination
  • Accepting Works Areas into Operation
  • Regulatory Approval
  • Compliance Matrices

Course Prerequisite (s)

speak, read and write English.