Our courses are designed following a five step course design process and follow international standards as laid out by the International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO, leading regulators from across the world and leading industry associations. At our ASPC-Rwanda, we are working hand in hand with the University of Rwanda and the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority.
Upon completion of the course and meeting all assessment criteria, your certificate with its unique identifier provides proof that you and you alone took and passed the course. At the back of our certificates, you'll find an overview of the topics covered for reference purposes.
Professional & passionate
What makes us unique is that we work with highly qualified professional volunteers facilitators, instructors and experts. This means they are only motivated by their dedication to safety promotion and not by financial gain. They come from organisations and companies that are supervised by European aviation safety oversight bodies. The letters of credentials of our volunteers make it easy to verify their pedigree and experience.
Online Course Catalogue
This course is crucial to make sure that (inter)national requirements are met to control obstacles at and around airports for safe flight operations.
The course will introduce you to the most common risks insured in the aviation market place, risk management, aviation law, legal liability, contracts and leasing and claims handling.
Upcoming events & courses
This session focuses on work related stress and Peer Assistance Networks. We will be joined by Dr. Van Gerwen, Dr. Cahill, Felicien Izaturwanaho and Dr. Harris.
In this episode of the Focus Sessions, we’ll be looking at flight operations into Africa. How can you safely optimize routes while ensuring compliance?
What can you learn from working in different cultures as an African Air Traffic Controller? Join us for a remarkable journey of one African ATCO.
E-learning has grown since the onset of the Corona Pandemic. What does good e-learning look like? What new skills are required for trainers & regulators?