Monday, June 2, 2008

UC Davis begins Aviation Safety Certificate program

The University of California at Davis is beginning a program to certify those involved in emergency response aviation. It appears that the curriculum is designed for individuals who manage aviation, and not necessarily pilots. They will cater to:
"aviation safety officers, emergency services pilots, forest firefighter aviators, border patrol aviators, medical-air transport personnel, law enforcement, homeland security officers and anyone involved in the field of emergency response aviation."
The program consists of six courses, offered between October, 2008, and February, 2009:
• Aircraft Health Management
• Communications: Program Management
• Communications: Operations Management
• Aviation Leadership
• Human Factors and Operational Risk Management
• Safety Program Management

The certificate program focuses on:
"monitoring aircraft health, developing effective communication strategies, and instituting the principles of safe aviation operations".

The courses will be held at the U. S. Forest Service training facility at McClellan Park, Sacramento, CA. UC Davis brags that the facility has
"high-tech resources and equipment, including a 10-megawatt nuclear reactor."
I always prefer to conduct training at a classroom that has access to a nuclear reactor too.

More information can be found HERE.

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