|Kigali, Rwanda – US $ 400
The launch edition of this course will be hosted by the School of Engineering of the University of Rwanda, our latest ASPC-Rwanda partner. This course is sponsored by the Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management with expertise from NACO Airport Consultancy and Engineering and KLM Royal Dutch Airlines.
The number of new airport projects and airport expansion projects in Africa is growing rapidly. Airport engineers research, design and oversee the construction, renovation and maintenance of airports. They generally hold a degree in civil, mechanical or structural engineering. This course aims to ease the preparation to transition from general engineering into a fascinating career in airport engineering. It will better equip engineers, airport planners, designers and managers who are responsible for establishing and maintaining safe, efficient and reliable aircraft operations at African airports now and in the future.
This course provides you with an understanding of the key principles and practices relating to airport engineering. You will be introduced to the appropriate and relevant regulatory requirements and to the relevant ICAO standards and the most commonly adopted international design standards.
The course is designed for those who have or should have a role in the effective planning and construction of new airports and airport expansion projects, including:
managers, engineers,inspectors, surveyors and specialists of:
- Aerodrome Operators
- Aerodrome Safety & Standards
- Airside Operations
From (but not limited to) :
- Civil Aviation Authorities
- Airport Operators
- Engineering Contractors
- City & district planning authorities
It is also suitable for advanced students of engineering who want to pursue a career in the airport industry.
For a course brochure, flyer & nomination form, click here to visit the agenda section of our website.
For registration, complete and return the attached nomination form.
The course fee includes a year’s subscription to Africa’s full colour quarterly SafetyFocus magazine.
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See you in Nairobi or Kigali in July!