Aviation Law Course
Aviation Law for Industry Professionals
$2995 +GST (5-Day Course)
Available on a public and in-house basis. See Course Dates for our current schedule.
Why Undertake Aviation Law Training?
The aviation industry is generally regarded as the most extensively and strictly regulated of all industries therefore it is essential for those working in aviation to be aware of their legal and regulatory responsibilities. Southpac Aerospace in conjunction with the recognized leading international aviation legal consultancy firm have developed a series of courses specifically targeted at practitioners, regulators and government officials, students of aviation-related courses and aviation lawyers.
Law training in aviation addresses the day-to-day legal issues that aviation professionals and managers are confronted with in their workplace. Each of the courses provide practical information and guidance to ensure aviation personnel are able to effectively deal with legal and regulatory issues and to know when they should seek legal advice. Both the international and domestic aviation legal systems are examined and strategies provided to assist participants in reducing personal and corporate liability.
Aviation Law Course Overview
The Aviation Law course has been developed specifically for those aviation professionals who are currently working in the aviation and associated industries. This course satisfies the requirements of pilots, aircraft engineers, air traffic controllers, managers, airport operators in terms of their workplace duties and associated legal and regulatory responsibilities. This course also provides a general overview of the law and legal systems including contract and tort law and also areas of corporate and criminal law. Students undertaking aviation-related studies would benefit from this course as it presents all the areas of the law that impinge upon aviation activities.
Also available on an in-house basis are the following tailored courses;
Who Should Attend?
This course is equally applicable and assessable for both non-lawyers (aviation practitioners) and lawyers (or law students). Attendees would include senior executives and managers (non-lawyers) from airlines, airports, Air Navigation Services Providers (ANSPs), National Aviation Authorities (NAAs) and aviation-related organisations. This is also a course for aviation practitioners such as pilots, aircraft engineers, air traffic controllers. Although no prior legal training is required or assumed, the course is structured such that lawyers will benefit from their prior knowledge and additional references and readings provided. In particular it will provide lawyers with an “operation perspective” of the application of aviation law in the Australian aviation industry. The course aims to equip students, aviation professionals and managers with the legal knowledge required to operate more effectively and with more confidence of the legal issues and consequences of their actions in the aviation industry or work within associated industry sectors.
Aviation Law Course Program
Module 1 – Introduction – course overview, aims and learning outcomes
Module 2 – The development of aviation law
Module 3 – Law and legal systems
Module 4 – The regulation of aviation
Module 5 – Contract law
Module 6 – Tort law
Module 7 – Employment and industrial law
Module 8 – Criminal law
Module 9 – Commercial law
Module 10 – Carriage by air
Module 11 – Airline Operations
Module 12 – Maintenance organisations
Module 13 – Aviation security
Module 14 – Airport operations
Module 15 – Air Traffic Management
Module 16 – Safety management and accident investigation
Module 17 – Aviation and the environment
Module 18 – Summary and examination
Each of the courses participants will receive a comprehensive course Manual, a copy of International Aviation Law: A Practical Guide Bartsch R, Ashgate Publishing (UK) 2012 and pre-course reading guide.