Aviation Management Institute
The Aviation Management Institute (AMI) offers non-credit courses in leadership development and aviation management to partners in the aviation industry. AMI has partnerships with many universities and international aviation organizations and has developed e-learning programs for both the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and Airports Council International (ACI).
AMI initiatives include on-line programs such as the AVSEC Security Professional Management Course and the Airport Executive Leadership Program , as well as organization-specific executive programs. These programs are offered here at the university and /or at the client's home offices, anywhere in the world.
The Aviation Management Institute of the Executive Centre offers the following two public programs:
In response to the growing demand to regulate and monitor aviation
security (AVSEC) activity worldwide, AVSEC Managers presently are
required to perform more complex tasks and display greater
communicative and management skills than in the past. The AVSEC
Managers must also have thorough understanding of the different
standards and recommended practices (SARPs) that apply to the
safeguarding of international civil aviation, particularly those
contained in Annex 17 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation.
|The Aviation Management Institute (AMI) at the John Molson School of Business (JMSB), Concordia University, and Airports Council International (ACI) have partnered to deliver an Airport Executive Leadership Program (AELP) . Targeted at future CEOs, Deputy CEOs, or Vice-Presidents of airport operating organizations, this program aims to develop airport-industry leaders and to advance the professionalism of airport management practices.|
Airport Leadership Workshop
|Airports Council International (ACI) has partnered with Ohio State
University’s Centre for Aviation Studeis and Concordia University to
provide an airport leadership workshop. This three-day leadership
workshop is based on the findings of the National Academies’ Airports
Cooperative Research Program’s Report 75: Airport Leadership Development
Learn more about the Airport Leadership Program