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Aviation Management in COVID-19 Recovery
How the aviation industry adapts to the unprecedented changes will set the stage for air travel recovery and build resilience in the aviation eco-system. This course will provide you with a macro view of the aviation landscape where you will learn to appreciate the challenges faced by organisations in adopting a response to COVID-19 recovery. The course is specially curated to equip aviation professionals with the skills to identify the impacts of COVID-19 on the aviation ecosystem, including the challenges faced by the airports and airlines, and the possible restarting strategies and collaborative efforts needed for a successful recovery. This course is designed in accordance with ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices, ICAO Council Aviation Recovery Taskforce (CART) Report and IATA Airport Handling Manual (AHM).
Early Bird Fee*
S$1,800 / US$1,400
S$1,890 / US$1,500
*Payment should be made prior to course commencement to enjoy the early bird fee.
What You Will Learn
Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the aviation ecosystem and requirements for facilitation in accordance with ICAO Annex 9 and IATA AHM
- Identify changes to the industry’s landscape and correlate the measures adopted by airports and airlines to address the provisions of the ICAO CART Report and the public health requirements of the countries which they operate in
- Discuss possible strategies to remain afloat, nimble and relevant
- Analyse the impact due to various factors that affect the timing of restart and the approaches to adopt when restarting
- Define the level of collaboration to support the larger aviation ecosystem
Who Should Attend
This course is beneficial to personnel in the middle management of civil aviation authorities, government agencies, airport operators, airlines and ground handling agents involved in the COVID-19 recovery phase in the airports.
- Interactive lectures
- Sharing of best practices
- Group discussions & presentations
What Is Covered
- Overview of the aviation ecosystem
- Facilitation – “modified” processes
- Challenges faced by the Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs) and airport operators; and possible strategies used to overcome issues caused by the new Border Health Control measures
- Challenges faced by airlines in fulfilling the new COVID-19 related regulatory requirements and guidelines, possible strategies used to manage resources, and a discussion on how to remain viable
- Factors affecting the decisions made by various countries in the re-opening of their borders and the possible initiatives and arrangements practised so far
- Steps on boosting passengers’ confidence on safe travel, use of technological solutions to control contagions and collaborative efforts amongst stakeholders to help their businesses emerge stronger post COVID-19
Mode Of Delivery
Live virtual classroom via Zoom [1500–1900 hrs (SGT/GMT+8)]
Details on how to access the online course and dedicated access link will be provided to participants who have been accepted for the course.
Mr Lawrence Chng is the former Principal Specialist Emergency Preparedness of Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and is currently an Adjunct Lecturer at the Singapore Aviation Academy (SAA). He started his career as a Flight Engineer with Singapore Airlines (SIA) more than 40 years ago. During his last 15 years with the airline, he assumed the critical role of Crisis Manager for the SIA Group and had responded to the crashes of SilkAir MI 185 and SIA SQ006 as well as several mass disruptions to flights. During his stint in CAAS, he had responded to the closure of a terminal, an aircraft crash during Airshow, drone intrusion at the airport and managed the Border Health Control in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mr Chng has served as the Chairman of the Star Alliance and Association of Asia Pacific Airlines Emergency Response Working Groups. He had trained hundreds of key appointment holders and care givers in both the SIA Group and CAAS, and is currently conducting a number of crisis management programmes at SAA.
Mr Bala Palani was Head (Service Regulation Monitoring & Facilitation), Aviation Development Airport Economic Regulations & Aviation Security Division at the CAAS. Prior to that, he held various management roles in international business development, air cargo operations, passenger services, VIP complex operations, lounges management, training and development, LCC management and procurement of ground handling contracts. Mr Bala is IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) Category 6 certified and ICAO TRAINAIR PLUS certified.
- SAA Alumni – 10% discount
- Group Discount – Enjoy a group discount for three or more participants registered at the same time from the same organisation and billing source:
- Three to six: 10%
- Seven to nine: 15%
- Ten or more: 20%
- Enjoy an early bird fee of S$1,800/US$1,400 if you make payment before course commencement