Aviation and Aerospace Fundamentals – Responsible Operations: Alcohol and Other Drugs
This course will provide you with foundational knowledge on the effects of alcohol and other drugs and the importance of responsible operations in safety-sensitive aviation and aerospace activities. It’s critical that personnel operating in aviation and aerospace roles consider the potential effects of alcohol and other drugs on work performance and the ability of a person to complete tasks efficiently, effectively and in a safe manner. This course is a good introduction to the formal requirements an aviation or aerospace employer may require you to undertake.
Aviation and Aerospace Fundamentals is a series of short courses designed to offer you the foundational skills and knowledge you need. Designed by industry for industry, in as little as one day you can do sample or short courses that can help you pursue the path that’s right for you.
Who should attend?
This program has been developed for those wanting to enter the Aviation and Aerospace industry or to develop a greater understanding of responsible operations within the industry.
(unless stated, Swinburne Professional courses do not attract GST)
Short Course Outline - Aviation and Aerospace Fundamentals
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Swinburne Live Online Short Courses and Qualifications
Our Live Online training is delivered to you live, providing similar interactions as face to face training with the benefits of remote access. The training is delivered through video conferencing and discussion board platforms. Workshops are broken into interactive video sessions, including presentations and distribution of materials and discussion board based activities.
- Course delivery, learning objectives and benefits.
The Aviation and Aerospace Fundamentals – Responsible Operations: Alcohol and Other Drugs course is delivered Online. Learning is self-paced with materials provided via our Learning Management System.
In this Aviation Fundamentals course you will learn:
- 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.
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