ATHENS, Ohio (Jan. 9, 2005) -- Ohio University Community and Professional Programs in cooperation with Robinson Aviation (RVA) is sponsoring a two-day intensive Airport Security Planning Course on Feb. 13-14, in Columbus, Ohio.
The course is designed for General Aviation airport security personnel, tenants, operators, planners and managers, and meets all federal guidelines for General Aviation airports. Participants will gain an understanding of airport security requirements, rules and regulations. They will learn to form an airport security plan (ASP) and how to conduct airport security audits. The course includes a visit to a regional GA airport to conduct an on-site security audit; participants will also receive a composite report of the audit findings. Those attending will also learn to coordinate the ASP with the crisis / contingency plan and to prepare capital budgets for security. Vital information on the acquisition of grants from the federal government will also be provided.
Instructor John F. Mullins is a senior staff member with RVA, a firm experienced in national and international aviation security assessment and planning services. He has 40 years experience in training design, development, delivery and management. He has provided Aviation Security training and expertise for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in its inspection program throughout Central and South America, the Caribbean, Africa, and the Middle East, and has been a chief instructor for the Bomb Threat Management course taught to all FAA security inspectors.
The cost for the two-day training is $425 per person and includes the seminar, extensive course materials, certificate of completion, and continental breakfast and lunch. Pre-registration is required and seating is limited.
For more information, a brochure or to register, contact Community and Professional Programs at (740) 593-1764 or visit www.ohiou.edu/noncredit/gasecurity/ .
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