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Who should attend
- Aviation professionals and managers from Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs)
- Airline employees
- Aerodrome operators
- Other aviation industry service providers
- Managers transitioning into Civil Aviation
About the course
As the world continues to confront COVID-19, and aviation faces unprecedented challenges globally, one must not lose sight of the fact that once this pandemic has subsided, people will take to the skies in great numbers once again. The success of the civil aviation sector’s recovery will therefore strongly rely on the managerial skill level of aviation professionals, and on the innovation and vision, those professionals can bring to defining new and more effective solutions post-pandemic. The Management Certificate in Civil Aviation (MCCA) covers three main topics to help leaders prepare and enhance their leadership skills in civil aviation.
Offered in partnership with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the objective of the MCCA is to enhance the aviation management competencies of qualified personnel in the civil aviation community.
The programme is taught at a level equivalent to that of a graduate business programme and consists of three independent courses: Strategic Management, Human Resources Management, and Business Planning and Decision-Making. These courses will provide current and future leaders in civil aviation with the tools needed to bring their organizations up to speed on critical industry issues.
Each course is composed of nine (9) modules spread over eight (8) weeks of online learning, online self-paced — asynchronous (approximately 15 hours on LMS) and virtual classroom — synchronous (8 half-days sessions online with Zoom).
All courses provide a well-rounded view of the theme under the instruction of a variety of experts and professionals who represent unique perspectives. Successful completion of all three certificates will lead to a Management Certificate in Civil Aviation.
FUNDAMENTALS OF HR MANAGEMENT — WEEK 1, 2 & 3
Available online (Approx. 5 hours)
- Introduction to Human Resource Management
- Organizational Behaviour
HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING — WEEK 1, 2 & 3
Available online (Approx. 5 hours)
- Training and Development
- Staffing and Succession Planning
DEVELOPING LEADERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT — WEEK 4 - 7
8 synchronous sessions online (Zoom)
- Pre-work will be sent to participants three weeks prior to the start of the synchronous online days.
EVALUATION — WEEK 8
Available for 1 week online (Access to the exam is limited to 3 hours)
- Online final exam
Alexandra Panaccio joined the John Molson School of Business in 2011, after completing a two-year postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Illinois-Chicago. She holds a PhD and an MBA degree from HEC Montreal, as well as a law degree (LLB) from University of Montreal. Alexandra’s research foc...
Stéphane Brutus obtained his PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Bowling Green State University in 1995. He also completed a post-doctoral fellowship at the Center of Creative Leadership (CCL) in Greensboro, North Carolina. Currently, Dr. Brutus served as Dean (Interim), Associate De...
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