Airport Wildlife Operations

Airport Wildlife Operations

PTP/AGA/119/AWO/018EN
Partner-ICAO Course

Goal

This course provides Airport Wildlife Operators an overview of wildlife hazard management strategies, effective tools and operational techniques. The course includes practical examples, Case Studies and hands-on using currently deployed systems in airports.


Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the history of bird strikes and the associated wildlife hazard management at airports
  • Define the roles and responsibilities of wildlife hazard management team in the framework at airports
  • Define the basics of wildlife identification at airports, including species-specific behavioral patterns of birds
  • Identify the varied attractants at an aerodrome
  • Operate in accordance with general protocols used in bird strike reporting (ICAO standards & requirements)
  • Adopt data collection methods and protocols for wildlife within airports
  • Apply operational techniques for dealing with wildlife within airports
  • Characterize the future technological advancements of airport wildlife hazard management.

Primary Target Population

• Airport Safety - Managers, Officers and staff

• Airport Operations - Managers, Officers and staff

• Airport Emergency - Managers, Officers and staff

• Wildlife managers and staff

• Civil Aviation Authority officials 


Entry Requirements

• Minimum educational level of participants: GCE ‘O’ Levels

• Conversant with MS Office (10 at least)

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Course Info
Language: English
Delivery Mode: Classroom
Duration: 2 Days / 14 Hours
Level: Technical
Max Participants: 10 (20 with 2 instructors)