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The Advanced Management and Leadership Program is a comprehensive senior executives development program that is based on three critical sub-systems of sustainability leadership system: environment, leadership and competences sub-systems to advance high-performance leadership and capabilities in developing ethical sustainable business strategy to increase organizational performance across global industries.


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This course is a "Core course" that is part of the Graduate Certificate in Aviation. This 2.5-days, 20-hours course in Air Carrier, Passenger, and Cargo Management is specifically created for airline and airport professionals, staff in aviation consultancy or in government and regulatory bodies to broad their understanding of air passenger and cargo management to help them better manage and operate their aviation organization, with a particular emphasis on the Asia-Pacific Region.


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This course is a "Core course" that is part of the Graduate Certificate in Aviation. This 2.5-days, 20-hours course in Airport Management is specifically created for airport, airline, and air navigation service provider's professionals to further operate and manage their aviation organization and to apply fundamental planning concepts of airports industry, with a particular emphasis on the Asia-Pacific Region.


February 6, 2021 to March 6, 2021
This course is a Core course that is part of the Graduate Certificate in Aviation. This 2.5-days, 20-hours course in Advanced Aviation Economics is specifically created for aviation industry professionals to further develop their analytical and critical thinking skills to apply fundamental concepts of economics to the global airline industry, with a particular emphasis on the Asia-Pacific Region.


April 17, 2021 to May 22, 2021
This 2.5-days, 20-hours course is created for aviation industry financial and accounting professionals to improve on their skills in analyzing balance sheets and financial statements, aviation budgeting and financing techniques, and aviation fuel hedging techniques.


January 9-30, 2021
This course aims to prepare international undergraduate students (i.e. those students coming from outside of Singapore to study at the Asia campus) for college level study. This course supports our growing international student body in successfully completing their chosen undergraduate degree program through mentorship and coaching.


October 3, 2020 to December 29, 2020
January 2, 2021 to March 12, 2021
March 13, 2021 to May 29, 2021
Reconciliation of business and ethics seem difficult. Understanding and implementing the principles of ethics to the company's strategy is a way of ensuring long-term success of the company. The lack of ethics causes internal chaos, reduces motivation, deterioration in the quality of work and creates a sense of impunity. The organization is often not aware that their unethical activities can cause harm and generate huge costs.


November 25-27, 2020
A five-day foundational course in aviation cybersecurity for those with either aviation cybersecurity leadership or technical management responsibility. By the end of the multi-day course attendees will have actionable competencies that they will be able to apply in their workplace. After two days of core teaching, the course is split into two tracks, one focussed on cybersecurity leadership, the other focussed on technical management. The separate tracks are taught for two days, after which all attendees come together for a final day exercise / workshop that puts all their knowledge into practice.


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This course is a Core course that is part of the Graduate Certificate in Aviation. This 2.5-days, 20-hours course in Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management is specifically created for aviation industry professionals to further develop their analytical and critical thinking skills to apply fundamental concepts of supply chain management to the global airline industry, with a particular emphasis on the Asia-Pacific Region.


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This course is an "Elective course" that is part of the Graduate Certificate in Aviation.


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This 2.5-days, 20-hours course in Aviation Human Factors and Systems Safety, specifically created for airline and airport professionals, staff in aviation consultancy or in government and regulatory bodies to broad their understanding about human factors (behavior, performance and limitations) and safety in the aviation systems (a new view). This course is designed to help the participants to better manage and operate their aviation organization, with a particular emphasis of their daily operations in the Asia-Pacific Region.


March 13, 2021 to April 3, 2021
Financial statements contain a wealth of information on the performance and health of an organisation. To harness that information, however, you need to have a sound understanding of the basis upon which financial statements are prepared and the ability to interpret the myriad of data correctly. This information will be the foundation of the various types of business decisions to be committed in the aviation industry.


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This course is a Core course that is part of the Graduate Certificate in Aviation. This 2.5-days, 20-hours course in Production and Procurement is specifically created for aviation industry professionals to further develop their analytical and critical thinking skills to apply fundamental concepts of production management and procurement processes to the aviation and aerospace industries, with a particular emphasis on the Asia-Pacific Region.


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This course is a "Core course" that is part of the Graduate Certificate in Aviation. This 2.5-days, 20-hours course is meant to provide a comprehensive overview of the important and strategic concepts and theories of marketing and how they are applied to aviation industry, with a particular emphasis on the Asia-Pacific Region.


November 21, 2020 to December 12, 2020

Certificate Programs

About the Program

The Graduate Certificate in Aviation (Asian), an Aviation Management program, is specifically created to focus on the aviation industry in Asia. It consists of 7 Core courses and at least 1 Elective course, to be conducted face-to-face classroom in Asian countries, or online synchronous. Airport, airline, air navigation service provider, aircraft management, banking & finance professionals learn to further operate and manage their aviation organization and to apply fundamental concepts to the global airline industry, with a particular emphasis on the Asia-Pacific Region.

Core Courses Learning Objectives

  • Airport Management - students should understand the nature of airport components, the relationship between airport’s stakeholders, how to calculate the capacity of the different components of the airport system, the complex methodology for managing aircraft movements and passengers, airport facility management, and real cases and exercises of airport planning, design and operations will be applied within the context of Asia and international regulatory bodies.
  • Air Carrier, Passenger, and Cargo Management - Students should understand the broad perspective of passenger and cargo air carrier management within the Asian context. The focus lies in applied case studies of global economic development, alternative strategic approaches to route structure and product design, fleet selection, finance, revenue management, and the role of travel agencies, freight forwarders, global distribution systems and Internet portals.
  • Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management - students should understand the challenges faced in supply chain, the basic concepts of supply chain management, supply chain strategy, supply chain network, supply chain planning and forecasting. Case studies on supply chain in aviation in Asia will be used for discussion.
  • Aviation Applied Finance - This course will provide a solid comprehension of Airlines Financial Analysis, the most practical valuations techniques in the airline industry, all aspect of aircraft leasing and the jet fuel hedging techniques in different market volatility.
  • Applied Economics in Aviation - students should understand the nature of air transportation demand and airline supply, the economic foundation for airline pricing and the complex methodology for managing passenger and freight fares, airline costs and methods of control, and fleet management. Economic theory will be applied to current and future predicted challenges in aviation within the context of Asia.
  • Production and Procurement - students should understand operations strategy, product design, process design and analysis, capacity planning, lean production systems, and the procurement process from sourcing to managing suppliers. Case studies on production and procurement in aviation in Asia will be used for discussion.
  • Strategic Marketing Management - Students should understand the elements of the marketing mix, competitive dynamics and pricing strategies, the integration of digital, brand and business strategies in order to drive the strategic marketing function of a business within the context of the Asian aviation industry. This course should enable students to create a comprehensive marketing strategy within the context of an overall aviation business strategy.

Elective Courses Learning Objectives

  • Managing Human Factors - Students should understand the basic aviation human factors concepts, key human performance issues relevant to aviation operations and integrate human factors knowledge into key areas of aviation operations in the local context. This course will also focus on applying operational human factors knowledge to safety investigation activities pertaining to the Asian aviation industry.
  • Performance Management and Managerial Accounting Practices in Aviation - participants will be able to analyze Airline Financial Statements, evaluate relevant Cash Flows, techniques in preparing airline budget, costing analysis, key performance indicators evaluation and the design and application of the Airline Balance Scored Card.
  • International Business Administration - Students should understand the four core pillars of international business: marketing, management, accounting, and finance. These key areas will be applied to real world cases in the aviation industry in order to develop the students’ international business skills to better understand and respond to business development opportunities in the aviation industry through the interplay between the global and local factors that influence management decisions in business.

Who Should Attend

  • Students about to enter the workforce
  • Professionals in airline, airport and aircraft management, banking & finance
  • Professionals interested in Asia aviation management