Aviation Regulation and Operation

AVA10005 12.5 Credit Points Hawthorn Available to incoming Study Abroad and Exchange students

Duration

  • 1 Semester

Contact hours

  • 48 hours

2020 teaching periods

Hawthorn

Higher Ed. Semester 1 Higher Ed. Semester 2

Dates:
2 Mar 20 - 31 May 20

Results:
7 Jul 20

Last self enrolment:
15 Mar 20

Census:
31 Mar 20

Last withdraw without fail:
17 Apr 20

Dates:
3 Aug 20 - 1 Nov 20

Results:
8 Dec 20

Last self enrolment:
16 Aug 20

Census:
31 Aug 20

Last withdraw without fail:
18 Sep 20

More teaching periods

Hong Kong/China

Summer

Dates:
17 Sep 19 - 13 Feb 20

Results:
3 Mar 20

Last self enrolment:
23 Sep 19

Census:
18 Oct 19

Last withdraw without fail:
6 Dec 19


Prerequisites

Nil

Corequisites

 
Nil

Aims and objectives

The aim of this unit is to equip students with a broad and coherent body of knowledge about the aviation regulatory environment with focus on specific areas related to aviation operations.

Unit Learning Outcomes (ULO)

Students who successfully complete this unit will be able to:

1. Investigate and analyse current business practices in the aviation industry.

2. Review and understand the need for regulation and the history and process of creating it.

3. Understand and reflect on the origin, relevance and current status of some operational considerations in the aviation industry.

4. Demonstrate skills in oral and written communication through effective individual and group work whilst maintaining intellectual integrity.

5. Review information and data from a variety of sources to make informed judgements about current air transportation industry issues.

 
Course Learning Outcomes (CLO) developed in this Unit
This Unit of Study will contribute to you attaining the following CLOs:
 
Bachelor of Aviation
2. Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge of Aviation Human Factors, Aviation Management and Aviation Technology to critically analyse and solve problems and implement solutions in global professional airline and aviation practice;
3. Work autonomously and in teams within organisations with a focus on safety, quality, legality and profitability applying ethical standards with professional accountability;
5. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills in a professional aviation context;
 
Bachelor of Aviation (Management)
1. Demonstrate coherent understanding and application of the body of knowledge of aviation management and appropriate international and domestic regulatory frameworks;
2. Demonstrate broad and coherent knowledge of Aviation Human Factors, Aviation Management and Aviation Technology to critically analyse and solve problems and implement solutions in global professional airline, airport and aviation practice;
3. Work autonomously and in teams within organisations with a focus on safety, quality, legality and profitability applying ethical standards with professional accountability;
5. Demonstrate effective oral and written communication skills in a professional aviation context;
 
Associate Degree of Aviation
1. Demonstrate both broad and specialised technical knowledge and skills within the field of professional pilot practice;
2. Demonstrate broad knowledge of Aviation Human Factors and Aviation Management to analyse and contribute to the implementation of solutions in global professional airline and aviation practice;