This course is a unique, practitioner-oriented course in the field of aircraft accident investigation and prevention designed for a wide range of government and industry aviation safety investigators and managers. It is designed specially for
those who will be investigators in charge (IIC) or who will have to manage or participate in accident investigations in a variety of settings and situations ranging from small local accidents to large international settings. The principles
covered in the course are applicable to civil and military investigation management. The course provides a unique opportunity for investigation managers, whether as single investigators, team leaders or IIC of a major investigation to learn
from and interact with one of the most experienced investigation managers in the world. Taught in a seminar (workshop) format, the course discusses international standards and "best practices," but goes beyond what is written to tap the practical
knowledge and experience of the instructor in accident investigation and prevention. The course addresses the subject from both the government and the industry perspective giving a unique breadth and depth to the coverage. As part of the course,
time is made available to discuss the particular investigation management problems and current issues faced by each attendee.
Who Should Attend
Investigators, Investigation Managers [IICs], and anyone from governmental or commercial organizations interested in gaining an understanding of Investigation Management.
How You will Benefit
The Investigation Management course consists of 5 training days (36 hours of classroom instruction.) Students receive lecture outlines, additional reference material and a Certificate of Completion. Classes begin daily at 0800 and end at noon
on Friday. The course coordinator is Denise Davalloo. Denise will be on-site daily during the course to assist in administrative and logistical matters.