Certificate of Management in Aircraft Accident Investigation

Quick Facts

Dependent upon courses selected

Courses in Program
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Course Dates & Locations

HFACS: July 16-17, 2019 – Las Vegas, NV
ACSIA : Sep. 23-27, 2019 – Prescott, AZ 
AAI-B: Nov. 4-8, 2019 - Daytona Beach, FL
MRA: Nov. 12-14, 2019 - Daytona Beach, FL
SFI: Apri 7-9, 2020 - Daytona Beach, FL

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About the Program

This Embry-Riddle Certificate program provides training and education in the field of aircraft accident investigation. The global expansion and increase in aviation and aircraft activity, alongside regulatory changes has increased the need for qualified and knowledgeable accident investigators. This program is designed to provide insight into the role of an accident investigator from theory to application, as well as provide an overall education in the field of aviation safety and aircraft design & survivability. These courses will integrate classroom learning in conjunction with hands-on investigation in our state-of-the-art crash labs and University resources. Participants may earn the Certificate of Management in Aircraft Accident Investigation by completing the Aircraft Accident Investigation Course (Basic) and any three of the five course electives.

How to Obtain your Certificate

  1. Register and complete the one required and three elective courses (in any order)
  2. Contact ERAU to request your Certificate


Required Course

Select from any three of the five short-course electives:

Contact Us

Office of Professional Programs, Daytona Beach Campus
1 Aerospace Boulevard
Daytona Beach, FL 32114

About the Instructors

Anthony Brickhouse, ASI
Associate Professor of Aerospace and Occupational Safety and Director Aerospace Forensic Laboratory of ERAU

William Waldock
Professor of Safety Science at Embry-Riddle's Prescott Campus

Andy McMinn, M.S., P.E.
President and Chief Engineer of Metallurgical Air Safety Investigations