Available Courses

The Advanced Avionics Course is an in-depth study of avionics and covers some legacy systems, in particular those that civil aviation authorities intend to keep in operation as a backup for satellite navigation.  

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May 6-10, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
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
If you are challenged by the regulatory requirements as well as the implementation of Aviation Safety Management Systems and in need of someone to guide you through the regulatory labyrinth (ICAO, FAA, EU/EASA regulations), consider this exciting opportunity.


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In the virtual Introduction to Aircraft Certification Course, participants will learn the fundamentals of certifying an aircraft through the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). 

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March 5, 2024 to April 4, 2024, Online Course
The Avionics Course introduces engineers and technicians to modern avionics including Performance-Based Navigation (PBN), and Required Navigation Performance (RNP). 

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December 9-13, 2024, Boeing Center for Aviation & Aerospace Safety (Daytona Beach Campus, FL)
Participants will gain practical knowledge and understanding of safety engineering issues when specifying, designing, testing, operating and maintaining hardware and software products as components of safety-critical systems in regulated industries.


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