Wildlife Hazard Management Essentials

Wildlife Hazard Management Essentials

The Australian Airports Association has created a detailed and interactive online Wildlife Hazard Management Essentials Course aimed at those personnel who are required to monitor and control the effect that wildlife can pose to an aerodrome.  The course focuses on the need to recognise what factors encourage the presence of wildlife and the control measures that can be implemented to reduce the possibility of wildlife interfering with the safe conduct of aircraft movement.


Where and when: Online when convenient for you

Expected time to complete course: Two (2) hours

Enrolment fee: $110

All prices are GST inclusive

Enrolment valid for: Two (2) months from time of first logon

Recognition: Certificate of Completion

Target Audience

The Australian Airports Association Wildlife Hazard Management Essentials Course is recommended for those persons who conduct aerodrome serviceability inspections, manage risk and implement control measure to ensure safe aircraft movement at any aerodrome in Australia.


The Australian Airports Association Wildlife Hazard Management Essentials Course covers the following topics

  • Aerodrome legislation and documentation
  • Key roles and responsibilities of aerodrome staff
  • The types of wildlife encountered on Australian aerodromes
  • Factors that encourage wildlife presence
  • Developing a Wildlfe Hazard Management Plan
  • Control measures to reduce wildlife presence
  • Reporting of wildlife incidents


Contact AAA Education – education@airports.asn.au

Wildlife Hazard Management Essentials Course Features

Interactive screens

Interactive screens that open additional levels of knowledge and background information

Full audio

All screens include audio which the student can listen to or mute as required

Video demonstration

A range of video demonstrations to reinforce teaching points that enable a visualisation of the process

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