YOUR 2018 GUIDE TO AVIATION - Massey University
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01 CONTENTS CONTENTS AVIATION Massey University School of Aviation marks its 30th Massey University is an Air New Zealand ‘Preferred anniversary in 2017. Flight Training Organisation’. Massey University Bachelor The school commenced in 1987 with 28 students. There of Aviation graduates can (if selected by Air NZ) enrol are now more than 300 and about 10 per cent are in the Air New Zealand ‘Airline Induction Course’. international students. Successful completion of the course will place you in a ‘pool’ of preferred pilots for induction by Air New Zealand. See page 2 for more information. DEGREES OTHER COURSES CONTACT MASSEY 02 BACHELOR OF 11 SHORT COURSE 16 CONTACT MASSEY FOR MORE AVIATION INFORMATION 12 GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN AVIATION 06 BACHELOR OF AVIATION 13 CERTIFICATE IN AVIATION STUDIES MANAGEMENT 08 MASTER OF AVIATION 10 DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY (AVIATION) UPDATED MAY 2017 Please note: The information contained in this publication is indicative of the offerings available in 2018 and subsequent years. This information may be subject to change. While all reasonable efforts will be made to ensure listed programmes are offered and regulations are up to date, the University reserves the right to change the content or method of presentation, or to withdraw any qualification or part thereof, or impose limitations on enrolments. For the most up to date information please go to massey.ac.nz
02 STUDY A DEGREE BACHELOR OF KEY FACTS AVIATION AVAILABLE AT MANAWATŪ EQUIVALENT TO 3 YEARS OF FULL-TIME STUDY BAv BECOME PART OF A NEW GENERATION OF PILOTS >> Required Navigation Performance (RNP) The School of Aviation has Prepare for an industry that is growing by more than 5.5% per annum and become the first flight-training organisation in New Zealand to receive which will require more than 500,000 new pilots in the next 20 years. approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand to carry out Learn how to fly in Massey’s state-of-the-art training fleet, while gaining a Required Navigation Performance (RNP) operations on its 12 Diamond qualification that sets you up for the aviation industry of the future. DA 40 single-engine aircraft. RNP is part of the New Southern Sky project being led by the CAA to transition the aerial navigation system WHAT IS IT LIKE? from ground-based navigation aids to satellite navigation. It is a crucial Massey’s Bachelor of Aviation (Air Transport Pilot) will not just train element of New Zealand’s aviation future. you to be a competent pilot, but to become a ‘flight deck manager’ with >> Air New Zealand ‘Preferred Flight Training Organisation’. Massey a university education, and an in-depth understanding of the aviation University BAv Graduates can (if selected by Air NZ) enrol in the Air industry. New Zealand ‘Airline Induction Course’. Successful completion of the Why are we different? We lead the field in flight training in New Zealand. course will place you in a ‘pool’ of preferred pilots for induction by Air >> The only professional aviation degree in New Zealand. The Bachelor New Zealand. of Aviation (BAv) degree integrates the Professional Pilot licensing >> Industry mentor. All new students are assigned an experienced aviation requirements of the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand, and industry mentor to help guide them through the course and to give them graduates are issued with a Commercial Pilot’s Licence and a Multi- the benefit of their industry experience and knowledge. Engine Instrument Rating. >> Equivalence Approval from the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority. GRADUATE INSTRUCTOR SCHEME This is a unique agreement between Massey University and the >> Entry: Bachelor of Aviation Air Transport Pilot NZCAA. BAv students’ examination results are accepted in lieu of CAA >> FIC Graduates: Performance based selection examinations, and flight examiners from the School are approved for >> 4-6 per year conducting flight tests for issue of licences. >> Employment: 2-year fixed-term >> ISO 9001-2008 certification – a worldwide standard that characterises >> Salary + hourly rate of pay great management practices. >> Upgrade to B Cat Multi-engine IFR >> State-of-the-art Diamond DA 40 single-engine and DA 42 twin-engine >> Potential for employment with Massey aircraft. Students train on a full fleet of technologically advanced aircraft fitted with Garmin 1000 cockpit displays incorporating digital ENTRY REQUIREMENTS moving map displays, terrain awareness warning systems, and traffic All applicants wishing to enrol in the BAv are required to meet the avoidance systems. undergraduate admission requirements. See enrol.massey.ac.nz for details. >> Real-world problem solving. Scenario-based flight training methodology Furthermore as a Flight Training Partner with the Air New Zealand Aviation builds the ‘soft skills’ required to produce professional aviators (decision Institute it is now a requirement that all prospective students complete the making, communication, judgement, conflict resolution, workload ADAPT pilot pre-screening tool in the first instance (ie Stage One). This management, threat and error, management, ‘single pilot resource test can be accessed on the ATTTO SkillsConnect website: management’ (SRM). nzskillsconnect.co.nz. >> Electronic Flight Bags. Massey is the only New Zealand flight training Candidates should forward their results directly to the School of Aviation institution that uses Electronic Flight Bags (EFBs). These are now immediately after they are advised by ATTTO. Candidates should meet a standard for almost every major international air carrier. Previously satisfactory standard in this test in order to be invited to the subsequent pilots needed to have comprehensive documentation for each flight, stage of the School of Aviation selection process (ie Stage Two). carried in the physical EFB. This has now mostly moved to a digital Those scoring “AVERAGE”, “ABOVE AVERAGE” or “GOOD” on the ADAPT format. As a new Bachelor of Aviation (ATP) student you will be issued test will proceed to the next stage of the selection process at Massey with an Apple iPad to be used as your EFB for the duration of your flight University. Those scoring “BELOW AVERAGE” on the ADAPT test may be training practicum period. invited to proceed to the next stage of the selection process at Massey
03 STUDY A DEGREE University. Those scoring “POOR” on the ADAPT test will not proceed to the next stage of the selection process. To ensure students can have a reasonable expectation of satisfactorily completing this degree, they must meet selection requirements including: >> Pilot aptitude assessment tests >> A selection interview >> Writing tasks >> 1. English (short essay and vocabulary assessment): 30 minutes >> 2. Math/Physics assessment (short-answer problem-solving questions): 30 minutes Interviews for the Semester One intake for 2018 will be held early in December 2017. Interviews for Semester Two 2018 will be held in early June 2018. Prospective students will be advised of the dates. Students invited to appear for Stage Two of the selection process must appear in person at the Massey University campus in Palmerston North, New Zealand. It is preferred that students have passed maths (calculus), and physics at NCEA Level 3/Year 13 level or equivalent. APPLY ONLINE ADAPT TEST UNIVERSIT Y ADMISSION Short online test. NCEA, IB, CIE or equivalent preferred subjects. SELECTION BOARD > Held in PN at Massey University + (M70: early December 2017). > Interview. > Pilot aptitude test (includes Flight Sim assessment). > Written tests. NZCAA CLASS ONE MEDICAL Medical must be pre-booked and take place before 16 December each year. Advise the School of Aviation of your appointment date. COURSE COMMENCEMENT Orientation – M70 (Mid-January).
04 STUDY A DEGREE JANUARY COMMENCEMENT JULY COMMENCEMENT >> No more than one conviction for drink driving >> An up-to-date Demerit Points and Suspension History Report (Traffic Domestic International Domestic International Offence History) showing a maximum of 65 demerit points* (or students students students students equivalent for international students) within the three years immediately APPLY Due Due prior to the date on which training will commence Due 1 May Due 1 April ONLINE 1 November 1 October * Equivalent to two minor speeding offences (20 demerit points each) and Due Due a restricted driver carrying an unauthorised passenger (25 demerit points) ADAPT TEST Due 1 May Due 1 April 5 November 5 October NOTE: A conviction for drink driving (or other serious offence or serial SELECTION Early Early offending) while you are on the course breaches the fit and proper person Early June Early May BOARD December November criteria, and your training may be terminated. NZCAA CLASS ONE MEDICAL Due start of January Due start of July APPLICATION DEADLINES FOR THE BACHELOR OF AVIATION, AIR TRANSPORT PILOT CERTIFICATE PROGRAMME NCEA results published Evidence of UE status must Semester One intake: 1 November 2017 UNIVERSITY Semester Two intake: 1 May 2018 early January. ICE and IB be submitted no later than ENTRANCE If you are interested in applying for this programme, please contact results released in January. 30 June. Massey University on 0800 MASSEY (627 739) well before 1 November ORIENTATION Mid-January Mid-July 2017 or 1 May 2018 (for Semester Two) for information on how to meet these special requirements. OTHER REQUIREMENTS TRIAL FLIGHT ENROLMENT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN JAN 2018 In order that candidates are as well prepared as possible for their (Please note the early starting date) Selection Board experience, all those candidates residing in New Zealand Students enrolling for the first time in January 2018 in the Air Transport must have had at least one trial flight (or other flying experience) before Pilot major will be enrolled in the following compulsory courses: they will be given an interview appointment for Selection Board, Stage 2. Evidence of this flight experience may be requested. PART 1 SEMESTER ONE – JANUARY 2018 (Intake: Massey 70) NZCAA CLASS ONE MEDICAL CERTIFICATE (Exact start date TBA) Candidates must also obtain a New Zealand Class One Medical Certificate 190.104 Principles of Navigation I in accordance with CAANZ medical requirements prior to commencing this 190.107 Human Performance degree. Evidence of either a current Class One Medical Certificate, or the 190.110 Introduction to Flying date of the medical appointment, will be required for confirmation of the 190.112 Introduction to Flying II interview appointment (Stage Two). 190.118 Aeroscience I ENGLISH LANGUAGE COMMUNICATION PART 2 As per the CAA Advisory Circular AC61-2 Rev 4 “Pilot Licences and SEMESTER TWO – JULY 2018 (Intake: Massey 71) (Exact start date TBA) Ratings—Student Pilots” 14 February 2012, Rule 61.105(a)(3) requires a 190.119 Aeroscience II person to have sufficient ability in reading, speaking, understanding and 190.120 Aeronautical Legislation communicating in the English language to enable them to adequately carry 190.121 Aeronautical Meteorology out the responsibilities of a pilot-in-command of an aircraft before a flight 190.123 Aircraft Systems instructor can authorise the person to fly solo as a student pilot. 190.124 Aircraft Performance Students must have gained the literacy credits at NCEA Level 2 required 190.154 Principles of Navigation II for University Entrance. In addition Massey University requires that prospective domestic students successfully attain a minimum of 14 credits NOTE: At the time of printing, this degree is subject to change, with (or equivalent) in a language-rich subject such as (but not limited to) any such changes subject to approval by the Committee for University English, history, art history, geography, biology. This will enable students Academic Programmes. Please contact Massey for more information. to advance their critical reading and writing skills in preparation for undertaking university-level assignments. International students must gain an IELTS score of 6.5 with no band lower than 6.0 – or pass an alternative approved English language test to an equivalent standard. FIT AND PROPER PERSON In simple terms, anyone holding or applying for an aviation document, or anyone who has control over the exercise of the privileges of an aviation document, must satisfy the Director that they are a fit and proper person to do so. This is a requirement of the Civil Aviation Act 1990, Section 9. An aviation document includes, for example, a licence, a rating, or an air operator certificate. This process must be completed within six weeks of commencing your degree. Your instructor will advise you as to when to commence your application. You will be required to apply for: >> An up-to-date Criminal Convictions Report showing: >> A conviction-free period of at least three years prior to the date on which training will commence; and
05 STUDY A DEGREE BACHELOR OF AVIATION – (ATP ) STRUCTURE YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 (PART 5: 120 CREDITS) EITHER OR OR Part 1: 90 credits and Part 3: 90 credits and Part 2: 90 credits Part 4: 90 credits Flight Instructor Course Aviation Business Aviation Human Factors (by selection only) Management >> Elective courses to the 190.313 (Compulsory 190.104 190.201 190.301 value of 120 credits course) Principles of Navigation Aircraft Systems II (Part I) Flight Instruction Human >> Students must complete Advanced Aviation Human (15 credits) (15 credits) Factors (15 credits) a minimum of 60 credits Factors (15 credits) from the 190.xxx courses >> At least 15 credits at 300 Elective courses 190.107 190.203 An elective course of the level must be from the >> 105 credits selected from Human Performance Air Traffic Control/ student’s choice 190.xxx courses the 190 prefix (Aviation) (15 credits) Aviation Law (15 credits) (15 credits) >> At least 75 credits must and the 175 prefix be at 300 level (Psychology) 190.204 >> Elective courses may >> At least 60 credits must 190.315 be at the 300 level Flight Planning and be chosen from the Flight Instruction Advanced Navigation following series: Fundamentals (15 credits) 190.110 (Part I) (15 credits) 190.xxx Aviation Introduction to Flying 110.xxx Accountancy (30 credits) 114.xxx Human Resource 190.205 190.317 Crew Resource Evaluation Methods in Management Management (15 credits) Aviation (15 credits) 115.xxx Business 125.xxx Finance 152.xxx Management 190.112 153.xxx Dispute 190.206 Resolution Introduction to Flying II Aerodynamics (15 credits) 155.xxx Business Law (15 credits) 190.335 156.xxx Marketing Flight Instruction 157.xxx Information (30 credits) Systems 190.118 190.221 Aeroscience Advanced Support Studies 178.xxx Economics (15 credits) (15 credits) 219.xxx Business Communication. AND EITHER 190.119 190.237 190.297 NOTE: Many potential Aeroscience II Air Transport Cockpit Aerobatic Aircraft Handling combinations of courses (15 credits) Systems (15 credits) for Flight Instructors in Aviation Business (30 credits) OR Management option may 190.298 not be possible in one 190.120 190.251 Advanced Turbo-Prop and year of study because of Aeronautical Legislation Aircraft Systems (Part II) Jet Handling prerequisite requirements. (15 credits) (15 credits) (30 credits) 190.121 190.254 Aeronautical Meteorology Flight Planning and Adv Nav (15 credits) (Part II) (15 credits) 190.123 190.256 Aircraft Systems Aerodynamics (Part II) (15 credits) (15 credits) 190.124 Aircraft Performance (15 credits) 190.288 Advanced Aircraft Handling (30 credits) 190.154 Principles of Navigation II (15 credits)
06 STUDY A DEGREE BACHELOR OF AVIATION KEY FACTS AVAILABLE AT MANAWATŪ MANAGEMENT EQUIVALENT TO 3 YEARS OF FULL-TIME STUDY BAvMan WE FOCUS ON HUMAN FACTORS AND AVIATION SCHEDULE B: AVIATION MANAGEMENT COURSES (120 CREDITS)# MANAGEMENT COMPETENCIES 190.104 Principles of Navigation I* P PHOS; C 190.110, This programme is aimed at those candidates entering the aviation Introduction to Flying* P PHOS; industry or for those already employed in aviation (with or without 190.110 (30 credits) C 190.104 professional licence) but with no previous tertiary qualifications. P PHoS and 190.110, The BAvMan evolved from the aviation management major in the Bachelor 190.112 Introduction to Flying II* C 190.104 of Aviation and was first introduced in 2002. 190.210 Aviation Safety Management P any 190.1xx course QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW 190.211 Aviation Strategic Mgmt P any 100-level course With your Bachelor of Aviation Management you’ll have a specialised P 190.102 or 190.110 or aviation qualification preparing you for a management role within an 190.215 Heavy Aeroplane Performance 190.111 or CPL; R 190.202 or organisation. 190.235 or 190.237 or 90.252 If you’re already employed in the industry this programme is a great way Instruction and Learning in P 190.107 or 190.109 or to qualify yourself for career advancement. Some professional aviation 190.217 Aviation 190.117 or PHOS qualifications may be eligible for cross-credit into the degree. P 190.115 or 190.110 or 190.222 Basic Air Safety Investigation 190.111 or CPL (A or H) REQUIREMENTS 190.240 Air Power P any 100-level course SCHEDULE A: COMPULSORY COURSES (150 CREDITS) Aircraft Maintenance Code Title Requirements 190.249 190.220 or 190.244 or AMEL Management (30 credits) 190.109 Aviation Studies 190.299 Aviation Special Topic PHOS; R 190.291 and 190.292 R 190.110 or 190.111 or CPL 190.302 Check and Training for Airlines P 190.235 or 190.237 or ATPL 190.115 Introduction to Aeronautics (A or H) Introduction to Management 190.306 Airline Strategic Management P 190.211 190.116 in Aviation 190.307 Airport Planning P any 190.2xx course 190.117 Introduction to Human Factors R 190.107 190.308 Airport Operational Mgmt P any 190.2xx course P 190.107 or 190.117; Design of Airways and Air 190.216 Aviation Human Factors 190.309 P any 190.2xx course R 190.205 Traffic Systems 190.220 Managing Aviation Systems P Part II or P 190.116 190.313 Adv Aviation Human Factors P 190.205 or 190.216 190.224 Env Impacts of Aviation P any 100-level course 190.314 Legal Issues in Aviation P any 190.2xx course Introduction to Research P 190.217, 190.225 or 190.225 P any 190.1xx 190.317 Evaluation Methods in Aviation Methods in Aviation Part III ATP 190.327 Managing Cultures in Aviation P 190.205 or 190.216 190.320 Heavy Aeroplane Perf II P 190.237 or 190.215 or PHOS Contemporary Issues in Air Accident & Incident 190.340 P any 200-level course 190.321 P 190.122 or 190.222 Aviation Security Investigation Aviation Management 15 credits at 200-level from 190.328 Practicum 190 prefix courses and PHOS 190.398 Special Topic PHOS; R 190.399 190.399 Aviation Special Topic PHOS; R 190.398 * This is an integrated course. # Not all courses are offered every year
07 STUDY A DEGREE STRUCTURE nnAMBER BRIERLY Bachelor of Aviation Management Candidates for the Degree of Bachelor of Aviation Management shall Graduated in 2014, Franchising and Licensing Development at Signature follow a flexible course of study, which shall consist of courses totalling at Flight Support, Orlando, Florida, United States least 360 credits, comprising: I have always been fascinated by airplanes and wanted to study aviation (a) Not more than 135 credits at 100 level since I was young. (b) At least 75 credits at 300 level. The Bachelor of Aviation Management gave me an insight into the And including: aviation industry including hands-on experience within the industry. I (c) At least 270 credits from the Schedule to the Degree including at least did an internship at Auckland International Airport working on airside 75 credits at 300 level operations while doing a research course on performance measurement. (d) All compulsory courses in the Schedule to the Degree For my final semester I studied at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (e) Up to 90 credits from the schedules of other undergraduate degrees. in Daytona Beach, Florida. I then did a research-based internship with Embry-Riddle’s School of Air Traffic Management. DELIVERY I work in franchising and licensing development at Signature Flight Most courses for the Bachelor of Aviation Management are available Support, a fixed-based operator based in Orlando, Florida. It provides internally at the Manawatū campus in Palmerston North or by distance flight support services such as fuelling, hanger space, ground handling learning through the Singapore Aviation Academy in conjunction with and airport maintenance at more than 100 airports worldwide. Massey University. All courses for the degree are offered via distance My role is to assist in expanding Signature’s business portfolio. This learning in New Zealand. includes the Signature Select fixed-base operator licensing program and the Signature Flight Support Hotel Booking Program. SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR FIRST YEAR I’m now working towards my Master of Aviation (Professional Practice) via distance learning, and expect to graduate in 2018. Semester One 190.116 Introduction to Management in Aviation PATHWAYS TO POSTGRADUATE STUDY ENROL IN... 190.117 Introduction to Human Factors Certificate in Aviation Studies [1 semester] 100-level elective course (Business or other) 100-level elective course (Business or other) Bachelor of Aviation Management [3 years] Semester Two (Option 1) Semester Two (Option 2) Any four of the following core Any two of the following core Master of Aviation [1.5 years] courses:190.109, 190.115, courses:190.109, 190.115, 190.220, 190.216, 190.224 190.220, 190.216, 190.224 Doctor of Philosophy (Aviation) [3 years] BAvMan elective such as 190.240 A non-Aviation 200-level elective
08 STUDY A DEGREE MASTER OF KEY FACTS AVAILABLE AT MANAWATŪ MOST COURSES AVAILABLE VIA DISTANCE LEARNING AVIATION (THESIS MUST BE TAKEN INTERNALLY) 1 – 1.5 YEARS OF FULL-TIME STUDY MAv Massey University’s Master of Aviation is now a 180-credit Master’s PART TWO (AT LEAST 60 CREDITS) qualification. The 180-credit Master’s offers a rigorous programme of 115.894 Research Report (Part 1) 30 learning yet can be achieved in three semesters (one-and-a-half years). You may choose from two pathways: research or professional practice. 115.895 Research Report (Part 2) 30 190.890 Thesis (Part 1) 45 RESEARCH PATHWAY 190.891 Thesis (Part 2) 45 Corequisite: 190.890 If you choose this pathway your study will include 60 credits of taught courses including a compulsory Research Methods course. Part Two will 190.892 Thesis (Part 1) 60 incorporate a minimum of 60 credits of research. 190.893 Thesis (Part 2) 60 Corequisite: 190.892 190.895 Research Report 60 PROFESSIONAL PATHWAY 190.898 Thesis 90 Those wanting a more practice-based qualification which reflects their industry experience should enrol in the Professional Practice option. 190.899 Thesis 120 This option includes two compulsory aviation management courses, elective aviation courses and culminates in a 60-credit ‘Professional PROFESSIONAL PATHWAY Practice in Aviation’ course. Students who are already aviation PART ONE (120 CREDITS) professionals may wish to draw on their current aviation role for the Compulsory courses (60 credits): purpose of a case study. 190.703 Management in Aviation 30 Systems RESEARCH PATHWAY PART ONE (AT LEAST 60 CREDITS) 190.720 Aviation Strategic 30 Compulsory courses: Management Code Title Credits 190.704 Research Methods in Aviation 30 Subject courses (60 credits): 190.701 Human Factors for 30 Subject courses: Professional Aviation 190.721 Design and Management 30 190.701 Human Factors for Professional Aviation 30 of Airports 190.703 Management in Aviation Systems 30 190.790 Special Topic 30 Permission HoS 190.720 Aviation Strategic Management 30 190.791 Special Topic 30 Permission HoS 190.790 Special Topic 30 PART TWO (60 CREDITS) 190.894 Professional Practice in 60 Aviation
09 STUDY A DEGREE nnSAM DAWSON MAv I started my Master of Aviation study in 2015, after completing a Bachelor of Aviation (Air Transport Pilot) and Graduate Diploma in Aviation (Flight Instruction). I chose Massey’s Master of Aviation degree as I wanted to further my knowledge in the wider aviation industry, particularly in airport and airline management. The degree’s structure enabled me to study these topics in depth. With the wide variety of interests and specialties of the lecturers and supervisors, the degree gave me the opportunity to conduct research into a range of aviation topics. I found the lecturers to be especially supportive throughout my study. They always made themselves available to address my questions and guide me in the right direction. I am currently a Graduate Flight Instructor at the School of Aviation where I can apply what I’ve learnt from the Master of Aviation degree in my instruction to students.
10 STUDY A DEGREE DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY KEY FACTS AVAILABLE AT MANAWATŪ (AVIATION) EQUIVALENT TO 3 YEARS OF FULL-TIME STUDY EQUIVALENT TO 6 YEARS OF PART-TIME STUDY PhD THE ULTIMATE ACHIEVEMENT IN AVIATION AT TERTIARY LEVEL IS THE nnTAHLIA FISHER Massey University Doctoral candidate DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY – AVIATION. Tahlia is one of an increasing number of women flying the flag for women The Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a prestigious research qualification in aviation. Dr Fisher, (Massey 30 cohort), Massey Scholar and mother which is essential for a career in any research institution or university. of two, graduated from the Massey University in 2001 with a Bachelor of The School of Aviation is active in research in several areas, including Aviation majoring in flight crew development, completed a Postgraduate flight training devices, transference of learning, risk taking, accident Diploma in Aviation with distinction and worked at the Massey University legislation, call-sign confusion, crew resource management, and the Milson Flight Systems Centre training young pilots. effect of sleep deprivation. The School’s research outcomes contribute During this time she became increasingly interested in aviation safety to enhancing safety and efficiency, and improving the body of aviation and assisted the Transport Air Investigation Commission with accident knowledge in this dynamic industry. investigations. Over the years, she has been involved in investigations The School also has an active programme of postgraduate research, into the use of incorrect take-off performance data, a heavy landing with a number of students currently enrolled. Postgraduate students are in Brisbane, an inadvertent slide deployment, a flight departing with encouraged to disseminate their work by publishing it in relevant peer- insufficient fuel, and a high speed rejected take-off in Narita. reviewed journals or by presenting it at conferences. Tahlia joined Air New Zealand in 2007 where she is now Senior Safety University scholarships may also be available for students wishing to Specialist, (Operational Integrity and Standards) based at Auckland undertake research at postgraduate level. International Airport. She combined her career with PhD research at Massey University into effective communication between pilots and ENTRY REQUIREMENTS maintenance engineers and the way this affects airline operations. The doctoral programme is open to academically able students who have In support of her contribution to aviation safety in New Zealand, Tahlia achieved First Class Honours or Distinction or Second Class Honours was presented with the inaugural ‘Ian Diamond Award’ by the Royal (Division I) in a Master’s or Bachelor’s (Honours) programme. A PhD is Aeronautical Society, in November 2011. This included a $3000 subsidy completed by thesis and is expected to take three years of full-time study towards her doctoral study. or up to six years of part-time study. APPLYING TO ENROL IN THE DOCTORAL PROGRAMME Your initial research proposal needs to include sufficient information for your prospective supervisor to be able to assess your current knowledge around your research topic. It will also be used by the School of Aviation to gauge whether there is a current staff member within the School who is able to supervise your research. Students are enrolled provisionally in the first year of PhD study, during which time your research proposal is developed. You are then confirmed into the doctoral degree. ENROLLING IN THE DOCTORAL PROGRAMME You cannot enrol directly into a doctoral programme – you need to apply to the Doctoral Research Committee (DRC) for admission. If you’re a New Zealand citizen or hold New Zealand permanent residency, you can download a DRC 2 Application Form for Provisional Registration as a PhD Dr Tahlia Fisher PhD (Aviation) – Senior Safety Specialist Air candidate, which can be found on the Graduate Research School (GRS) NZ with Massey University supervisors Dr Ross St George and website: grs.massey.ac.nz Dr Ritchie deMontalk – and (in absentia) – Dr Richard Batt, Australian Transportation Safety Board (ATSB)
11 SHORT COURSES SHORT COURSE Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW ASSESSMENT Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) are proving their capabilities One week after completion of the two-day course an online test will in the aviation marketplace as utility vehicles and – with increasing be open through Massey’s “Stream” learning system. Upon successful technology – are becoming a dominant force in many aviation sectors. completion of the assessment (70% pass mark) candidates receive a Aviation regulators around the world are grappling with how to integrate Certificate of Completion. Successful completion of the FULL three-day RPAS into existing aviation safety systems. course will see candidates receive the “Massey University Certificate Massey’s School of Aviation has designed a three-day course to meet CAA of Competency – Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems”. This certificate requirements for people with little or no aviation experience, who want to complies with the initial training requirements for Part 102 operators. enter the industry. Successful outcomes from this course meet the initial Day 1: Threats; regulations; visual navigation charts; aeronautical training requirements for CAA Rule Part 102. The School is a CAA Rule Part information publications; Notice to Airmen (NOTAM); meteorology; radio 141 certified provider for both piloted and non-piloted training. wave propagation; transceivers; procedures and phraseology; call signs. By the end of this course you will be able to: Day 2: Making and interpreting radio calls; safety management systems; >> Interpret the various aviation documents and regulations and be able to operation planning; airshare. Day Two includes a visit to Palmerston apply these to your operation North Air Traffic Control Tower, and a practical demonstration of pre-flight >> Understand the conduct required to operate an RPAS in accordance with planning, regulations, and operator conduct. aviation best practice Day 3 (optional practicum day): A classroom overview, field work, and a >> Identify threats to your operation and develop methods of mitigation flight test examination. >> Practice and comprehend radio telephony procedures >> Submit as evidence of training from a Part 141-M6 training organisation Contact the School of Aviation regarding course dates in 2017 and 2018. for an RPAS Part 102 Operator Certificate. You can register at masseyaviation.wufoo.com/forms/mtoj7uu07rae0f
12 STUDY OTHER COURSES GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN KEY FACTS AVAILABLE AT MANAWATŪ AVIATION EQUIVALENT TO 1 YEAR OF FULL- TIME STUDY GDipAv QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW 190.225 Intro Research Methods in Avi Any 190.1xx course The Graduate Diploma in Aviation is for those already working in the aviation industry who want to expand their knowledge in areas that may 190.240 Air Power Any 100-level course enhance their industry experience and opportunities. It has been developed Aircraft Maintenance from the Graduate Diploma in Business Studies. Two compulsory courses 190.249 190.220 or 190.244 or AMEL Management (30-credit course) in aviation management systems and human factors provide the core along with six elective courses – building a solid aviation qualification. 190.302 Check and Training for Airlines 190.202 or ATPL 190.306 Airline Strategic Mgmt 190.211 ENTRY REQUIREMENTS To qualify for entry into this programme you need to hold a relevant 190.307 Airport Planning Any 190.2xx course undergraduate degree or be able to demonstrate relevant practical, 190.308 Airport Operational Mgmt Any 190.2xxx course professional or scholarly experience equivalent to that of a graduate. You’ll need to satisfy the School of Aviation that you have the background and Design of Airways and Air Traffic 190.309 Any 190.2xx course experience to follow the programme with a reasonable chance of success. Systems NOTE: Candidates are deemed to have met the prerequisite requirements 190.313 Adv Aviation Human Factors 190.205 or 190.216 for the 200-level courses listed in the following schedule when they’ve been admitted to the programme. 190.314 Legal Issues in Aviation Any 190.2xx course 190.317 Evaluation Methods in Aviation 190.217 or 190.225 STRUCTURE Students enrolling in this programme must successfully complete 75 190.320 Heavy Aeroplane Performance II 190.215 credits at 300 level. You will need to follow an approved course of study of 190.321 Adv Air Safety Investigation 190.122 and 190.2xx course 120 credits in one of the following endorsements as listed in the schedule. 190.327 Managing Cultures in Aviation 190.205 or 190.216 1. AVIATION STUDIES 190.340 Contemporary Aviation Security Any 200-level course Compulsory courses: Code Title Prerequisite 2. FLIGHT INSTRUCTION 190.216 Aviation Human Factors 190.107 or 190.117 NOTE: A Commercial Pilot Licence (Aeroplane) is a prerequisite for this programme. An application to the Flight Instruction Course is required. 190.220 Managing Aviation Systems PART II or 190.116 Please contact the School for details. Plus 90 credits with at least 75 credits at 300-level from the following: Compulsory courses: 190.211 Aviation Strategic Mgmt Any 100-level course 190.297 Aerobatic Aircraft Handling CPL. See note above 190.102 or 190.110 or 190.301 Flight Instruction Human Factors CPL. See note above 190.215 Heavy Aeroplane Performance I 190.111 or CPL 190.313 Advanced Aviation Human Factors CPL. See note above Instruction and Learning in 190.107 or 190.109 or 190.217 190.315 Flight Instruction Fundamentals I CPL. See note above Aviation 190.117 or permission HoS 190.115 or 190.110, or 190.317 Evaluation Methods in Aviation CPL. See note above 190.222 Basic Air Safety Investigation 190.111 or CPL(A OR h) 190.335 Flight Instruction CPL. See note above 190.224 Env Impacts of Aviation Any 100-level course 15 credits at 200 or 300 level from the 190 prefix
13 STUDY OTHER COURSES CERTIFICATE IN KEY FACTS AVAILABLE AT MANAWATŪ AVAILABLE VIA DISTANCE LEARNING AVIATION STUDIES EQUIVALENT TO 1 SEMESTER OF FULL-TIME STUDY CertAvStuds QUALIFICATION OVERVIEW TRANSFER OF CREDIT The Certificate of Aviation Studies is designed for students who want a A candidate who has completed the requirements for the Certificate in formal university qualification, but who may not want to undertake a full Aviation Studies may apply to transfer the certificate courses towards an undergraduate degree programme. undergraduate diploma or degree of the University, provided that any such It is ideal for students who wish to pursue a personal interest in aviation. courses comply with the regulations for the diploma or degree in question. This qualification will also appeal to those people in a mid-career role A candidate who has been awarded a Certificate in Aviation Studies may within the aviation industry who wish to complete a tertiary professional apply to cross-credit up to 15 credits of certificate courses towards an development qualification. undergraduate degree of the University, provided that such courses comply Graduates may subsequently ‘staircase’ the Certificate in Aviation Studies with the regulations for that degree. A candidate who wishes to credit to a full undergraduate aviation degree if desired. courses totalling more than 15 credits in terms of this regulation will be Admission to the Certificate in Aviation Studies requires that students required to surrender the Certificate in Aviation Studies before transfer of meet the University admission requirements as specified. credit will be granted. The Certificate in Aviation Studies is taught at Massey’s Manawatū campus. All courses may also be taken via distance learning. Candidates for the Certificate in Aviation Studies follow a flexible course of study, consisting of courses totalling at least 60 credits, including at least 45 credits selected from Part A or Part B of the Schedule to the Bachelor of Aviation Management (refer to the Bachelor of Aviation Management on page 06).
Massey’s fleet includes 12 Diamond DA40 single-engine trainers, and two Diamond DA42 twin-engine trainers (pictured).
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