Secure your future in an industry that’s taking off
Aviation security has become a top priority for the 191 member States of the International Civil Aviation Organization. Aviation security is a global responsibility. It is now international and it requires the participation of all stakeholders.
Aviation security needs management personnel with the skills to work in multi-cultural teams and environments. The Aviation Security (AVSEC) Professional Management Certificate (PMC) is the first and only one of its kind in the world. This certificate was created in partnership with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), a specialized agency of the United Nations.
AVSEC-PMC is aligned to ICAO’s strategic objectives and contributes to the Next Generation of Aviation Professionals (NGAP) initiative.
Your ticket to new opportunities
- AVSEC is designed to provide you with specialized training focused on the evolving and critical area of aviation security.
- You’ll receive the AVSEC Professional Manager designation by Concordia and ICAO - an industry-first certificate signaling your unique qualifications.
- Gain exclusive access to the AVSEC Professional Network – a collective of connected graduates and the source for practical and current industry learning material.
- Delivered on-line (10 weeks) and in-class (2 weeks), the AVSEC Professional Management Certificate offers an intensive but flexible course load.
The admission requirements for the certificate are:
- At least two years of work experience
- A position that includes managerial responsibilities
- Involvement in the field of aviation security (or potential involvement in such functions)
- A keen desire to hone your managerial skills related to airport security
The certificate participants will be provided with guidelines for a common understanding of ICAO's Annex 17 Standards and Recommended Practices and the Security Manual.
- Module 1: Global Environment –during first face-to-face session
- Module 2: Terrorism - during first face to face session
- Module 3: Understanding Annex 17 and the Security Manual
- Module 4: Establishing the Legal Framework
- Module 5: Establishing Coordinating Infrastructure
- Module 6: Financial Management
- Module 7: Development of Specific Measures to Comply with Annex 17
- Module 8: Including Security Measures in the Design of Infrastructures and Processes
- Module 9: Project Management
- Module 10: Technology and Equipment
- Module 11: Quality Control
- Module 12: Human Resources Management
- Module 13: Management of Response to Major Security Emergencies
- Module 14: International Cooperation - during second face-to-face session
- Module 15: Other Issues and Related Aspects during second face-to-face session