ASA and UNAM launch airport planning diploma course

MEXICO – Airports and Auxiliary Services (ASA), through its International Training Center (CIIASA) and the Faculty of Architecture of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) convened the twelfth International diploma course in Airport Planning with a Sustainable Approach.

Through a statement, ASA invites those interested to enroll in this program, which will take place from August 17th to November 20th, 2020.

The program’s purpose is to identify, analyze and evaluate the knowledge, tools, as well as the specialized technical and regulatory aspects to participate in the planning and development of strategies at aerodromes. These techniques will focus on the design, construction and operation of new airports or the modernization of existing ones, with a focus on sustainability in economic, social and environmental aspects.

Likewise, ASA reported that the program contemplates the regulations established by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and will cover 210 hours; the course will be implemented through virtual sessions for 13 weeks.

ASA added that this diploma course is aimed at engineers, architects, biologists, ecologists, urban planners, consultants, airport administrators, public officials, professionals and technicians.

Source: A21