Upcoming Courses

Available Courses

This course is designed to introduce the participant to advanced accident investigation procedures involving design, materials, and aircraft performance.


May 6-10, 2024, Robertson Safety Institute (Prescott Campus, AZ)
Participants will learn the fundamentals required to conduct or manage an aircraft mishap/accident investigation within the NTSB and ICAO investigative structure. 

accident, investigation, crash, case, FARO, investigation, investigator, NTSB, ICAO, AIM, AAIM, brickhouse, mishap



April 29, 2024 to May 3, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
November 4-8, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
This 3-day course was developed for those who have taken an accident investigation course(s) in the past but want to refresh and update their knowledge on investigation process, procedures, and techniques.


August 6-8, 2024, Robertson Safety Institute (Prescott Campus, AZ)
A detailed analysis of the aircraft accident environment with particular emphasis on survivability factors is provided in this course at the ERAU Prescott Campus.


May 13-16, 2024, Robertson Safety Institute (Prescott Campus, AZ)
The Aviation Safety Program Management course is designed to provide the participant with the working knowledge of the development and management of an effective safety program.

ASPM, aviation safety, ASO, NBAA, CAM, risk management, SMS, brickhouse, CAM



April 22-26, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
October 28, 2024 to November 1, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
Being prepared to assist those impacted by a transport disaster, and understanding the roles of response partners are key components to effectively managing risk and ensuring business continuity.

TDA301, NTSB, disaster response, transportation disaster response, family assistance, aviation disaster family assistance act of 1996, 14CFR 830.6



April 2-4, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
This online course will discuss the nature of emergencies and natural disasters in a company, with a focus on how emergency response, resilience, and business continuity can mitigate the impact on the enterprise.


June 3-24, 2024, Online Course
The virtual Advanced HFACS course is designed to provide participants with an advanced understanding of HFACS and insight into integrating proactive safety tools and data analytics.


March 5-6, 2024
The Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) is recognized as the global standard for conducting a thorough and credible human factors analysis of any adverse event.

hfacs, HFACS, human factors, shappell, wiegman, investigation, hfix, faces, intervention



May 7-8, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
September 17-18, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
Virtual online course in Human Factors Analysis and Classification System (HFACS) - recognized as the global standard for conducting a thorough and credible human factors analysis of any adverse event. 

HFACS, HFAC, human factors, humanfactor, shappell, HFIX, FACES. online, virtual

 


June 11-12, 2024, Online Course
What you say and how you respond could lead your organization to a successful conclusion, or cause damaging setbacks. This course will give you a behind the scenes look at the news media cycle and offer best practices.


November 12-14, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
This course is designed to teach the participant the fundamentals required to identify failure modes of aircraft/engine components at the aircraft accident/mishap site.


April 9-11, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)