Our undergraduate degree in Airline and Airport Management, covers a multitude of topics including airport planning, airport security, passenger forecasting, fire safety and dangerous goods (plus more). The course is perfect for an entry-level position in the aviation industry and, due to the wide range of topics covered, helps students to understand their own skills, enabling them to choose a specific occupation of interest. In addition, the course allows students to develop personally, as it provides English language and interview training. As a result, excellent career prospects are generated upon successful completion. If, at the end of the course, students are unsure if aviation is right for them, the relevant, generic skills accumulated allows them to change their choice of occupation at a later date.
This 1 year course introduces students to the operational side of the aviation industry, covering topics such as passenger liaison, ramp work, cargo operations, ground handling, customer service and other traditional airline jobs. Dueto the range of subjects, this is a good course to study if you are unsure of which area you wish to specialize in; you are likely to get ideas during the duration of the course. Furthermore, the generic skills you are learning can be utilised elsewhere if, after the course completion, you decide that working in aviation is not for you.
Cabin crew management is an exciting and challenging career, enabling members of the profession to travel the world, experiencing new cultures and traditions. Our diploma provides students with all the skills they need to succeed in the profession, enabling them to understand the responsibilities and specialization that the job entails. Looking at topics such as passenger safety, comfort, how to deal with unexpected situations, and customer services, you can expect to learn the skills and responsibilities required by the leading airlines across the world. This 1 year course is ideal for students new to the profession, and the course’s final module on successfully completing the recruitment process, places you one step ahead of the opposition when it comes to applying for a job.
This interactive, 1 year course covers a range of skills associated with airline cargo and logistics. Its modules cover areas such as aviation, communication, inter-personal skills and reviewing cargo systems on an international perspective. Throughout the course, the focus is on the fundamentals of business, operation and regulatory functions of aviation, providing students with the knowledge necessary to succeed in the cargo and logistics field. The course enables students to learn from industry professionals who have experience of working with the top airlines and freight forwarders, meaning that students learn directly from experts.
This 6-month course concerns students with the safe provision of food to passengers. The course covers the hygienic and safe working practices that professionals need to adhere to, in addition to other regulatory aspects such as the international food safety and security standards. The course also teaches students how to follow the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) procedures, ensuring that passengers have a safe, healthy flight. As the aviation industry is a large, global industry, the opportunities for students completing this qualification are vast. As, it is estimated, over 1 billion passengers take off each year, in-flight caterers must meet the demands of consumers.