Accountable Managers Workshop & Webinar
As a requirement of the new Manual Of Standards (MOS) Part 139 regulations for certified aerodromes, an identified Accountable Manager is required to be in place as of the 13th August 2020. The Accountable Manager is required to have a certain amount of knowledge and be able to demonstrate a general understanding of the standards and regulations as they apply to the safety of the aerodrome.
Aerodrome Management Services (AMS) has introduced this 90-minute webinar to assist new Accountable Managers gain an awareness of the responsibilities under sub regulation 139.110 (5) of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR).
In this one-day workshop we will discuss in detail the responsibilities of the role of Accountable Manager, including training and knowledge requirements for the Accountable Manager and team, key legislations that relates to this position, and discuss the role in a relaxed workshop environment. There will be opportunities for participants to ask questions, and those who participate will receive a Certificate of Participation as well as a suite of handy resources to further their knowledge if they are taking on the Accountable Manager role.
Who Should Attend?
This workshop will benefit individuals who have been nominated as the Accountable Manager and want to understand their legal obligations toward the role. This workshop has been designed for those that may not be familiar with civil aviation jargon or civil aviation principles.
There are no entry requirements for this workshop, however we recommend that participants already have an understanding of the operational requirements and issues that are relevant to their area of responsibility.
Key Topics Covered
- Key Legislation and Grandfathering Provisions
- Part 99 – DAMP
- Part 175 – Aeronautical Information Management
- Aerodrome Operations
- Training Requirements for Your Team
- Safety and Technical Inspections
- Aerodrome Documentation
- Safety Management Systems
- Risk Management Systems
- Emergency Exercises
- Wildlife Hazard Management Planning
Course Fees and Payment
A formalised quote will be provided upon request. As per our Refunds Policy (available on our website), we do not collect enrolment fees in advance for this course. Your invoice will be sent to you on the first day of the course, payment will be required within 30 days in accordance with our T&C’s. Credit card payments can be made over the phone on (08) 9221 6777 on or after the first day of the course. A 2% CC surcharge applies for credit card payments. Please note AMS reserves the right to withhold certification until full course payment has been made.
Participants will receive a Certificate of Participation for attending the 1-day workshop.
For more information relating to our training procedures and policies (including our student handbook, recognition of prior learning, appeals, etc.) please visit the Student Information section of our website: http://amsaustralia.online/Student-Info.
Introductory Webinar (90 minutes) – Free
In this introductory 90-minute introductory webinar we will explore the responsibilities of this new role, discuss training and knowledge requirements, as well as key legislations that relates to this position. There will be opportunities for you to ask questions via our chat panel, and those who register will receive a Certificate of Participation as well as a suite of handy resources to reference during the webinar and to further their knowledge if they are taking on the Accountable Manager role.
Register Here: Thursday 17th December | Online