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From page 84...
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From page 85...
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From page 86...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 83 To fully evaluate the sufficiency of programs, the following steps were taken: Step 1: Defining the Scope: Airports, like any modern business, consist of a myriad of professionals and workers with educational and training backgrounds as diverse as the airports themselves. Most major universities in the country have likely had at least one graduate pursue a career in airports regardless of whether that university catered to airport or aviation education specifically.
From page 87...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 84 Pre-flight Briefing: Programs at a Glance This section provides a high level overview of airport education and training (T&E) programs based on data collected in the comprehensive scan and program questionnaire.
From page 88...
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From page 89...
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From page 90...
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From page 91...
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From page 92...
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From page 93...
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From page 94...
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From page 95...
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From page 96...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 93 Intersections: Meeting the Need for Mission Critical Occupations Beyond the question of whether airport T&E programs align to mission critical occupations overall, further analysis is needed to determine where airport T&E gaps might exist within mission critical occupations. For example, there may be training and education programs that focus on airport security in general but neglect the issue of cyber security, which is increasingly a critical focus in the industry.
From page 97...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 94 Alignment of Training and Education Programs to Mission Critical Occupations and Competencies Occupational Category Competencies / Training Needs % of Providers % of Courses Airport Development Interpreting and applying legislation and regulation for airports property management, real estate, construction, and leasing (incl. FAA regulation and grant assurances)
From page 98...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 95 Alignment of Training and Education Programs to Mission Critical Occupations and Competencies Occupational Category Competencies / Training Needs % of Providers % of Courses Machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance training or education programs that focused specifically on developing Electricians for airport careers. Strategies to attract Electricians to airport careers and develop their airportspecific competencies could be developed as part of the Guidebook in Phase 2.
From page 99...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 96 Alignment of Training and Education Programs to Mission Critical Occupations and Competencies Occupational Category Competencies / Training Needs % of Providers % of Courses Information Technology CRM business-to-consumer technologies Business administration 14% 3% Information systems design, development, and implementation 14% 2% Network and wireless communication systems Phone and dispatch equipment and cabling Information technology platforms and developments Cyber security and associated threats 7% 0.6% Cross-functional collaboration Mobile technology IT risk management 7% 0.6% Data analysis and reporting Written and oral communication 21% 3% Negotiation and influence 14% 2% Project management 14% 3% Project Planning FAA regulations, advisory circulars, and other federal laws pertaining to airport planning and design 50% 10% Interpreting and developing airport master plans, layout plans, design standards, safety and security analysis, emergency plans, and other relevant planning documents 50% 8% Strategic planning 21% 3% Complex project management 7% 1% Procurement programs and related regulation 7% 0.6% Facility development costs 21% 3% Written and oral communication 29% 4% Simulation modeling for airside or terminals 7% 0.6% Resource allocation 14% 2% Developing requests for proposals 7% 0.6% Contract administration and consultant management 21% 2% Performance-based Navigation: Profiling Programs In-Depth Information on current alignment to mission critical occupations and competencies is helpful for assessing airport T&E sufficiency in a broad sense, but there is more to developing the future airport workforce than covering the right topics. It is also about developing understanding and skills that will help future airport employees adapt to major trends and challenges in the airport industry such as increasing technological integration and navigating complex regulatory, financial, and political pressures.
From page 100...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 97  Airports Council International Global Training – A broad suite of online and in-person airport-oriented training, certification, and leadership development programs provided by the global trade representative of airports.  University of North Dakota Bachelor of Business Administration (Airport Management)
From page 101...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 98 Program: Global Training (various programs) Provider: ACI PROGRAM OVERVIEW Program Type: Certificate/credential Overview: The Airport Executive Leadership Programme (AELP)
From page 102...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 99 Program: Global Training (various programs) Provider: ACI accords, laws, rules and regulations governing airport operations and security Noted Gaps: GSN: Cybersecurity; security awareness for the airport community; passenger profiling; security management (long-term strategic plans for the security workforce)
From page 103...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 100 Program: Global Training (various programs) Provider: ACI ALIGNMENT TO FUTURE REQUIREMENTS a.
From page 104...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 101 Program: B.B.A. with a major in Airport Management Provider: University of North Dakota PROGRAM OVERVIEW Program Type: Bachelor's Degree/Master's Degree Overview: Note: This profile focuses on the Bachelor's Degree program as it is more explicitly aligned to airport management.
From page 105...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 102 Program: B.B.A. with a major in Airport Management Provider: University of North Dakota including networking and relationship building Noted Gaps: Project management – airport managers have difficulty communicating with engineers about project management COURSE ALIGNMENT TO MISSION CRITICAL OCCUPATIONS Occupation # Courses Details a.
From page 106...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 103 Program: B.B.A. with a major in Airport Management Provider: University of North Dakota Program Demand demand, this demand will not translate to additional demand for the program because of lack of awareness about airport management from potential students.
From page 107...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 104 Program: Airport Management Bachelor's Degree Provider: Kansas State Polytechnic development programs. Also address rules, policies, procedures, and potential hazards that affect individuals working in and around the airport operations environment.
From page 108...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 105 Program: Airport Management Bachelor's Degree Provider: Kansas State Polytechnic Emerging Skill Demands Best Practices The program's new curriculum was designed and developed with heavy involvement and input from industry experts. The main goal in developing the new curriculum is to ensure new graduates are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed by the airport industry today and in the future.
From page 109...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 106 Program: Safety Security Instruction (SSI) Provider: SSI, Inc.
From page 110...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 107 Program: Airport University Provider: Port Jobs PROGRAM OVERVIEW Program Type: Certificate Overview: Airport University is a college credit-bearing program designed by Port Jobs to help the airport workforce at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport further develop their careers. The program is a partnership among Sea-Tac Airport, Highline College, and South Seattle College that allows airport workers and job seekers to work toward certificates and degrees at the partnering community colleges.
From page 111...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 108 Program: Airport University Provider: Port Jobs f. Airport/ Project Planning Varies by quarter g.
From page 112...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 109 Post-flight Inspection: Evaluating the Education, Training, and Development Pipeline Each of the above sections in this chapter provides a unique perspective on the sufficiency of the airport training and education pipeline. In this section, the threads from each section have been aligned to the sufficiency criteria to provide a more comprehensive assessment of airport education and training.
From page 113...
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From page 114...
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From page 115...
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From page 116...
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From page 117...
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From page 118...
... ACRP 06-04: Identifying and Evaluating Airport Workforce Requirements November 2016 115 the limited data on post-graduation/completion outcomes. In order for students and airports to assess whether the courses, degrees, and certificates they are obtaining are worth the investment, T&E providers should be expected to collect and report post-graduation/completion outcomes to their customers and/or an accrediting body.

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