Sun, May 14, 2006
The Helicopter Association
International has announced new course offerings related
to their Professional Education Series. This summer, HAI will be
taking three of their courses “on the road” to Ontario,
California, beginning July 11, 2006.
The Safety Management Course is a three-day
course that provides students with the essential skills and
materials required to develop, implement, and manage an
organizational safety system. The course conforms to guidelines set
forth in the Operator’s Flight Safety Handbook, developed by
the FAA. The Safety Management Course will be offered July
Coping with Crisis – Managing an Aviation
Disaster will be offered on July 12. This course will help
students to prepare and implement a crisis management plan in case
of an aviation disaster. Topics covered include crisis containment,
accident investigations, family assistance, crisis public
relations, and handling the news media.
Defining Direct Operating Costs is directed
towards those organizational leaders who deal with the finances of
the company. This course will help students learn how to control
and manage the costs associated with a helicopter operation, and
will be offered on July 13.
All courses will be held at the Marriott Ontario Airport Hotel,
2200 East Holt Blvd., Ontario, California.
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