Content and objectives:
Aircraft airworthiness must be considered as a coherent process running from the design of the aircraft to the monitoring of its technical condition in airline service. The Mastere Specialise in Aircraft Airworthiness covers both the technical aspects of certification and the legal and economic implications.
This course has been designed to give future managers a broad understanding of the issues and priorities which, as far as aeronautical construction is concerned, have an international dimension. Air transport deregulation and the development of a global economy necessarily imply an increase in vigilance on behalf of both the regulatory authorities and the industry. Progress regarding safety has been constant.
In the last 20 years, the accident rate per flight hour has been reduced by a factor of 10. This is becoming insufficient due to the considerable increase in traffic. Current trends should encourage us to make even more improvements, and this necessarily involves training. The Mastere Specialise in Aircraft Airworthiness will provide future operators with the key to success in times to come.
PROFESSIONAL PROSPECTS AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES:
This Mastere Specialise is for students who are considering a career in the aircraft airworthiness sector. The opening-up of the European air transport market, the development of the Asian market and the ageing of the world airline fleet all create real job prospects.
The concerns of constructors and operators regarding the risks of a disorderly development of air transport increase the need for technical monitoring and quality control.
The Mastere Specialise in Aircraft Airworthiness offered by ENAC and ISAE takes advantage of the excellent relations of both Universities with leading companies in the aeronautical engineering sector both in Europe and world-wide.
As this course is jointly run by ENAC and the Institut Superieur de l'Aeronautique et de l'Espace (ISAE), the part of the course relating to aeronautical techniques and the study of the aircraft will take place at ISAE. The course is in English.