Aviation and Aerospace Fundamentals is a series of short courses designed to offer you the foundational skills and knowledge you need before deciding which aviation career you’d like to pursue.

Designed by industry for industry, the Responsible Operations: Alcohol and Other Drugs course will provide you with knowledge of the relevant regulatory frameworks across the aviation and aerospace industry within an Australian context.

This course is suited to people entering the aviation and aerospace industry  or for those who want a refresher course. . Throughout the course, you will learn and practice how to locate acts, regulations and legislation relating to individual roles and sub-sectors of aviation and aerospace.

Who should attend

This program is designed for those who want to enter the Aviation and Aerospace industry, or for people who want to develop an understanding of human factors within the industry.

Skills you’ll learn

  • An understanding of legal and illicit drugs
  • The process of drug testing
  • Drug Legislation and regulation requirements
  • Drug intervention and support expertise

Learning outcomes

  • What constitutes “drugs”
  • What does “under the influence” mean
  • The effects that alcohol, medications or drugs may have on performance
  • The testing process of alcohol and other drugs
  • The regulatory requirements around alcohol and other drugs in the aviation and aerospace industry
  • Aviation and aerospace culture, organisational and individual attitudes towards alcohol and other drug use, and the ramifications within the ecosystem

Why Swinburne?

Delivered by facilitators who are industry experts

Participant course training manual

Live Online delivery allows you to do the course from anywhere

Access to our team of Customer Development Advisors

Upcoming dates
Aviation and Aerospace Fundamentals - Responsible Operations: Alcohol and Other Drugs
Self-Paced Online
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM

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