Malaysia Airlines Academy Jeppesen Training

Courses – Jeppesen Training

In collaboration with Jeppesen Academy (USA), Malaysia Airlines offers courses in aviation management and technical skills training. Under this scheme, Malaysia Airlines is set to continue in its quest for service and operational excellence in the aviation industry.

For more information, please contact Malaysia Airlines Flight Operations Division.

*Successful applicants to FOM Level 2 will be eligible to apply for a DCAM Dispatcher Licence. The core curriculum for this course is also FAA, ICAO and JAA compliant.

Flight Operations Management Level 1 (5-day course)

Overview
Level 1 Flight Operations Management teaches students the workflow processes and protocols of an international Airline Operations Centre (AOC). Students learn about the duties and responsibilities of the flight operations officer (dispatcher) and other positions within the AOC. Level 1 Flight Operations Management meets ICAO Level 2 expertise criteria set forth in the ICAO Training Manual for Flight Operations Officers and Dispatchers, Part D-3. Students graduate with a basic knowledge of commercial aviation dispatch procedures, work rules, local and international regulations, and the terms and language used in the AOC. Graduates of Level 1 Flight Operations Management are prepared and ready to become effective contributors to AOC operations.

Students are engaged in workshop sessions, putting new skills and knowledge to work and measuring and evaluating the results. The course content is broad, giving students an excellent understanding of what is expected from new AOC personnel.

Course highlights

  • History of commercial aviation
  • Basic aerodynamics and aircraft performance
  • Form of the earth and basic navigation
  • Basic meteorology
  • Standard flight planning procedures and protocols
  • International law, regulations and governing agencies

Who should attend

  • Airlines staff transferring into the AOC
  • New hires assigned to the AOC
  • Current members of the AOC who wish to increase their knowledge, effectiveness and productivity
  • Flight crew members who wish to gain a better understanding of the services and responsibilities given to flight operations officers

What you gain
Graduates receive an ICAO Training Manual for Flight Operations Officers; a comprehensive package of training and reference materials; charts, maps, and navigational information; a Jeppesen Academy organiser; and a graduation certificate from Jeppesen Academy and Malaysia Airlines Academy.

Class size
Maximum 24 students per class

Course dates
1 – 5 September 2014

Venue
Malaysia Airlines Academy, Kelana Jaya

Contact person
noriha.aalaf@malaysiaairlines.com
ellizarina.omar@malaysiaairlines.co m
faridah.tahir@malaysiaairlines.com

Flight Operations Management Level 2 (6-week course)

Overview
Level 2 Flight Operations Management teaches students the workflow processes and protocols of an international Airline Operations Centre (AOC). Students learn about the specific duties and responsibilities of the Flight Operations Officer/Flight Dispatcher and become candidates for a DCA Malaysia Dispatcher License. Students graduate with an in-depth knowledge of commercial aviation dispatch procedures, work rules, and local and international regulations. Level 2 Flight Operations Management meets ICAO Level 3 expertise criteria set forth in the ICAO Training Manual for Flight Operations Officers and Dispatchers. This course is also JAA compliant and the syllabus is FAA approved in the United States.

Course highlights
Level 2 Flight Operations Management course teaches students the theoretical and applied knowledge required to take the DCA Malaysia written and practical Dispatcher License tests. In addition to the knowledge requirements specified by the dispatcher's License criteria, students also learn about the specific duties and responsibilities of the dispatcher with an in-depth knowledge of commercial aviation dispatch procedures, work rules, local and international regulations, and the use of sophisticated electronic flight planning systems and weather software.

Who should attend

  • AOC staff who wish to advance to the position of a flight operations officer
  • Individuals and new hires who wish to obtain advanced education, training and a DCA Malaysia Dispatcher License

What you gain
Successful graduates will receive a DCA Malaysia Dispatcher License; a comprehensive package of training and reference materials; charts, maps, and navigational information; and a graduation certificate from Jeppesen Academy and Malaysia Airlines Academy.

Class size
Maximum 24 students per class

Course dates
8 September - 17 October 2014
Week 20 - 24 October 2014 (Oral & Practical, 1 day)

Venue
Malaysia Airlines Academy, Kelana Jaya

Contact person
noriha.aalaf@malaysiaairlines.com
ellizarina.omar@malaysiaairlines.com
faridah.tahir@malaysiaairlines.com

Entry requirements

  • To attend this course, students must have graduated from the Flight Operations Management, Level 1 Course.
  • Some students may be required to take the Flight Operations Language Lab prior to enrolling in Level 2 training if their English skills do not meet entrance requirements.