Brainseed Global Aviation Services and the State of Hawaii are partnering to conduct Basic Airport Operations training created specifically for airport professionals. Both organizations are pleased to present this training in two sessions, April 9-10 and April 11-12, in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The Operations Practicum agenda will cover the general requirements under Title 14 Part 139 as well as the following key topics:
Airport familiarization, including airport marking, lighting, and signs system
Procedures for access to, and operation in, movement and safety areas
Airport communications, including radio communication between the air traffic control tower and personnel, use of the common traffic advisory frequency if there is no air traffic control tower or the tower is not in operation, and procedures for reporting unsafe airport conditions
Duties required under the Airport Certification Manual
Duties for airport operators regarding aircraft rescue and firefighting, hazardous materials, airport self-inspection, wildlife hazard management, and airport condition reporting
The Basic Airport Operations Pracitcum will address the key topical areas in classroom sessions using the Learning Exchange Method. This method requires students to be responsible for the information they are given and demonstrate their understanding by giving a short presentation at the end of the training. Learning Exchange students have higher retention rates and can immediately demonstrate the positive impact of the training.