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It takes a specialized skill set to implement Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)-accepted wildlife management plans or to have a role that involves controlling wildlife hazards at airports. Since 2006, Embry-Riddle Worldwide has offered Airport Wildlife Hazard Management Workshops at a variety of locations throughout the year.
The workshops are acceptable by the FAA Administrator for complying with FAA Advisory Circular 150/5200-36a, which addresses qualifications for wildlife biologists to conduct airport wildlife assessments and write airport wildlife plans. This course also qualifies airport personnel to conduct airport wildlife mitigation and satisfies part of the annual wildlife hazard management requirements of Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 139. They are suitable for those who train airport personnel involved in implementing FAA approved wildlife hazard management plans, as well as anyone directly involved in controlling wildlife hazards on airports.
The program consists of discussions on wildlife population management and dispersal techniques, Endangered Species Act compliance, strike reporting, wetlands mitigation, pesticides usage, drafting and implementation of integrated wildlife hazard management programs, and an overview of applicable local, state and federal laws, regulations and ordinances.
As with all Professional Education courses at Embry-Riddle Worldwide, Wildlife Hazard Management Workshops are open enrollment and do not require application to the University. Just register, pay and start learning.
Each three-day workshop consists of:
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You may also take a 100 percent online Airport Wildlife Hazard Training Refresher course.
This affordable online course will teach you about the aviation wildlife problem and what you can do about it, including: bird behavior and identification, wildlife management techniques, your airport`s plan, pyrotechnic safety and much more. This course complies with FAA Part 139.303 and Advisory Circular 150/5200-36 training requirements for annual recurrent training and initial training for airport personnel actively involved in implementing airport Wildlife Mitigation Plans.
Online Course Dates: September 1, 2013, Janaury 6, 2014, and April 1, 2014
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