Instructor: Bernard Koh

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Bernard is the Principal Wildlife Biologist for Singapore's Seletar Airport and the Republic of Singapore Air Force(RSAF).  He has performed numerous biodiversity surveys, Wildlife Hazard Management Plans, and Wildlife Hazard Assessments for international airports across South-East Asia.

Bernard graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Life Sciences from the National University of Singapore.  He also heads Mastermark's Research and Development section, and has successfully filed 8 patents and trademarks with the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore(IPOS) for the firm.  He is a joint-developer for Mastermark's pioneering Wildlife Aerodrome 360 programme for civilian and military airports.  Bernard is also the primary coordinator for Embry Riddle Aeronautical University's wildlife management and operations courses.


Classes by this instructor


Embry-Riddle gold eagle logoJet and person airportThis course provides a complete overview of the critical components involved in a Wildlife Hazard Management Program, integrating aviation knowledge and its stakeholders together with a broad understanding of wildlife and habitat management. Participants will review developments in technology, dispersal and data collection equipment and explore a broad spectrum of management strategies and methodologies.
May 15-17, 2023, Bangkok
Embry-Riddle gold eagle logoJet and person airportThis course provides Airport Wildlife Operators with an understanding of Wildlife Hazard Management Strategies and how effective tools and techniques can be practical and implementable. The course includes hands-on using currently deployed systems in airports.
May 18-19, 2023, Bangkok