Available Programs at the ITAérea Aeronautical Business School


Under the agreement signed between ALTA and the ITAérea Aeronautical Business School , as ALTA member you can benefit from a 15% discount in the selected training programs:

1.Executive Diploma in Aviation Safety

– Syllabus:

• MODULE I: Fundamental aeronautical concepts
• MODULE II: Human Factors and CRM
• MODULE III: Safety for ground operations
• MODULE IV: AVSEC
• MODULE V: Financial management and its impact on safety
• MODULE VI: Quality, its management and control
• MODULE VII: Strategies to implement and maintain a SMS
• MODULE VIII: Research foundations of aviation incidents and accidents

2.Diploma in CRM and Human Factors in Aviation

– Syllabus:

• MODULE I: Generalities
• MODULE II: The importance of the human factor
• MODULE III: What is CRM?
• MODULE IV: The Communication
• MODULE V: Leadership and assertiveness
• MODULE VI: Teamwork and synergy
• MODULE VII: Situational awareness, decision making and conflict resolution
• MODULE VIII: Stress and fatigue
• MODULE IX: Human error
• MODULE X: The automatisms
• MODULE XI: Organizational culture

3.Senior Management of Airlines Diploma

– Syllabus:

• Module I: The air transport industry. Company operations
• Module II: The organization of the airlines: Production, operations, maintenance, HR, among others
• Module III: Commercialization of airlines
• Module IV: Low Cost Carriers and competition between airports
• Module V: Aeronautical maintenance
• Module VI: Crisis management and aviation safety
• Module VII: The handling
• Module VIII: Air freight
• Module IX: Private aviation
• Module X: Strategic planning
• Module XI: Marketing management
• Module XII: ICT in the company

4.Management of Airlines Course

– Syllabus:

• Module I: The air transport industry. Company operations
• Module II: The organization of the airlines: Production, operations, maintenance, HR, among others
• Module III: Commercialization of airlines
• Module IV: Low Cost Carriers and competition between airports
• Module V: Aeronautical maintenance
• Module VI: Crisis management and aviation safety
• Module VII: The handling
• Module VIII: Air freight
• Module IX: Private aviation

5.Aeronautical Technical English Course

– Syllabus:

• Unit 1: Aircraft Types and Parts. Pre-flight
• Unit 2: Airport vocabulary and ground movements
• Unit 3: Departure and cruising: flight instruments and take-off incidents
• Unit 4: On route situations and getting lost
• Unit 5: In-Flight Emergencies (Fire and Health)
• Unit 6: Contact, approach and weather
• Unit 7: Landing and taxiing
• Unit 8: Private aviation and airport security
• Unit 9: Business language useful expressions
• Unit 10: HR management (1): selection and hiring
• Unit 11: HR management (2): HR development and industrial relations
• Unit 12: Business meetings (1): arranging meetings and starting
• Unit 13: Business meetings (2): opinions and deals
• Appendix I: ICAO exam preparation materials

6.Environmental Management and Fauna Control in Airports Course

– Syllabus:

• Module I: Air quality
• Module II: Waters quality
• Module III: Energy efficiency
• Module IV: Waste management
• Module V: Flora and fauna
• Module VI: Noise
• Module VII: Consciousness and environmental sensitization

7.Master in Sustainable Air Transport Management (MATSM) with ONU

Unit I: Airports 150+20 (BC) hours

• The Airport Business.
• Airport Master Planning.
• Airport infrastructures: capacity problems.
• Operations management at the airports.
• Airport Slots.
• Safety and security management at the airports.
• Maintenance management at the airports.
• Construction Management at the airports.
• Environmental management at the airports.
• Commercial management at the airports.
• Airport efficiency: small airports management.
• Global economic perspective of airports.
• IT Management at the airports.
• The airport of the future.

Unit II: Airlines 60+20 (BC) hours

• Introduction to the Airline business.
• Airlines Structure.
• Airline economic review.
• Route development.
• Airline Fleet.
• Airline Operations Concepts.
• Aircraft operation.
• Airline sustainability reports.
• Safety and Security management at airlines.
• Aircraft maintenance management.
• Ground handling.
• Air Cargo.
• Business and Corporate Aviation.

Unit III: International Air Law 70+20 (BC) hours

• Introduction, concept and sources of Air Law.
• Liability in Air Transport.
• Financing and sale and purchase of aircrafts.
• Air Operator Licences.
• Merger and acquisition of airlines.
• Aeronautical Labour Law.
• Legal status of aircraft.
• Aviation insurance.
• Town planning, environment and airport.

Unit IV: Air Navigation 60+20 (BC) hours

• Basic concepts in Air Navigation Systems.
• Instruments and aircraft fundamentals.
• Navaids and equipment.
• ATS (Air Traffic Services).
• Meteorology applied to Aviation.
• Aeronautical Communications.
• Air Traffic Control (ATC) Service.
• Aeronautical Information Service (AIS).
• Airspace sustainability and new air navigation concepts.
• Human Resources Management in Air Navigation.

Unit V: Aeronautic Industry 60+20 (BC) hours

• Introduction to Aeronautic Industry
• Design and Development of an Aeronautic Programme.
• Supply Chain in the Aeronautic Production.
• Industrialization and Manufacturing support.
• Future Trends in the Aeronautic Industry.

Unit VI: Master Thesis 100 hours

•Individually, students must draft a Master Thesis consisting in the study of a subject related to air transport.

For more information please contact Maria Victoria Guiraud, ALTA Head of Industry Relations, mguiraud@alta.aero

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