ASI-I Central

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ASI-I

CENTRAL

© 2021


CONTENT

INTRODUCTION

Introduction - 01

Global ACI-ICAO AMPAP - 02

ICAO STP: Aerodrome Manual Toward Airport Certification - 04

Airport Enterprise Management Centre - 06

Megatrends and Aviation Book - 08

Megatrends and Aviation Symposium - 10

ICAO STP: TTX Management - 12

Toolkit - 14

This document, titled ASI-I Central 2020, captures in one place the main body of work

that the ASI Institute (ASI-I) has become known for in the field of civil aviation. ASI

began its operations in 1998 and, today, multiple aviation enterprises located globally

can attest to the assessment, strategic advisory and competency development services

that it offers.

The ASI Institute (ASI-I) is the aviation management competency building division of

Aviation Strategies International. Our mission is to accelerate the performance of our

clients by providing tailored, objective and empowering services that capitalize on

international best practices. With an experienced team of air transportation industry

specialists, educational technologists, occupational psychologists, our collective and

extensive experience has gained us a deeper understanding that allows us exceptional

positioning.

The ASI-I is an ICAO TRAINAIR PLUS Full

Member. It has also been providing its

expert services as the sole designated

Administrator for the joint ACI-ICAO Airport

Management Professional Accreditation

Programme (AMPAP) since its launch in 2007,

and subsequently also as the sole designated Administrator for the International

Airport Professional Community of Practice (IAP CoP) when it was later established

by AMPAP graduates in 2012.



AMPAP

AMPAP World

The Global ACI-ICAO Airport Management Professional Accreditation Programme

(AMPAP) is a joint initiative of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO),

a specialized UN agency, and the Airports Council International (ACI), a non-profit

global trade representative of the world’s airports. AMPAP offers a unique executive

development curriculum that covers all the functional areas of the airport business and

promotes adherence to uniform industry standards and best recommended practices.

Graduates receive the joint ACI-ICAO award of the International Airport Professional

(IAP) which is reserved for airport management executives while the AMPAP Associate

designation and diploma are awarded to stakeholders.

Since 2007, AMPAP has been delivering its courses to hundreds or airport management

executives located in all the regions of the world.

What some AMPAP Graduates are saying:

NEWSFLASH

“I have worked at an airport for 18

years. As I started taking the courses,

I realized that I really did not know

much about how airports run other

than in my own area of expertise….

From the first AMPAP mandatory

course, it gave me years of knowledge

that I would have never learned about

otherwise.”

Ken Buchanan, IAP

VP, Executive Vice President, Customer

Experience and Revenue Management

DFW International Airport

2 - GLOBAL ACI-ICAO AMPAP

“My journey with AMPAP was truly

remarkable... Across continents

and time zones, I connected and

learned, not only from instructors

and learning materials but most

importantly, from fellow airport

professionals throughout the

world.”

Dr. Nor Azlina Mohd Isa, IAP

Head, Infrastructure Development

AirAsia Group, (formerly Head of

Engineering, KLIA, MAHB)

For a limited period in 2020, eligible

applicants may begin their AMPAP journey

via any one of the ONLINE

mandatory courses

(bypass the COVID-19 thread;

no immediate travel required).

Special conditions apply.

www.iap.aero

registrar@iap.aero

+1 514 396 9499



4 - ICAO TRAINAIR PLUS STP: AERODROME MANUAL TOWARD AIRPORT CERTIFICATION



AEMC

Airport Enterprise Management Centre

To develop a shared perspective on the development

of Airport Enterprise Management Centres (AEMC),

the International Airport Professional Community of

Practice (IAP CoP) and the ASI Institute (ASI-I) assembled

a Working Group of International Airport Professionals

(IAPs) and industry subject matter experts.

FLIPBOOK: www.asi-institute.aero/aemc

Their extensive discussions and collaboration led to

the development of this White Paper as a first step

toward producing industry guidelines for establishing

AEMCs, a concept for common situational awareness

and collaborative decision-making across the whole

airport ecosystem. The content is informative, thoughtprovoking,

and groundbreaking.

6 - AIRPORT ENTERPRISE MANAGEMENT CENTRE



GLOBAL MEGATRENDS AND

AVIATION BOOK

ASI’s leadership team had determined

that the impact of global megatrends

on the air transportation industry

was a topic of dire importance and it

required more sustained attention. Nine

authors with different professional

expertise in aviation and from varied

cultural backgrounds undertook the

task of researching megatrends and

with this collective knowledge and

expertise, the authors provide enhanced

background information collaboratively

and systematically discuss eight critical

elements that need to become areas of

excellence for organizations to adopt a

Future-Wise posture.

The book focuses on a 15- to 20-year

horizon and presents the challenges

global megatrends pose and targets

current leaders and managers in the

aviation industry who are the emerging

generation of leaders who will live

that turbulent and uncertain future

and will need to deal with it. The book

also contains a substantial repository

of information and guidance for

academia and research scholars who

could develop a valuable platform for

their own exploration of the science of

foresight, not only in Aviation but also

in other fields.

BOOK LANDING PAGE: www.asi-institute.aero/megatrends

In aviation, we readily adapt to new technology but often do

so in isolation from broader contextual factors. This book

on megatrends will drive our understanding of the potential

scenarios and shock us out of our past complacency.

- Sir Brian Burridge, CEO, Royal Aeronautical Society

8 - GLOBAL MEGATRENDS AND AVIATION BOOK



MEGATRENDS

& AVIATION

NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

Internet

M E G A T R E N D S

AIR TRANSPORTATION

SYSTEM

Users

(Passengers &

Freight Forwarders)

SatCom

National Symposium on Megatrends and

Their Impact on the Air Transport Industry

Global forces are transforming the entire world and are impacting on all aspects of

our businesses and lives: labour, assets and infrastructure; systems and processes;

the structure of organizations and political institutions; political stability; and even

human existence.

In a symposium on the global megatrends, the ASI Institute will lead national

aviation regulators, airport managers, local government officials and other aviation

stakeholders to learn about the megatrends and their potential impact on the world

and national aviation systems. ASI Institute executives first present key global and

national issues, then chair interactive roundtable discussions to highlight specific

national and local concerns.

Other specific sessions can be tailored to local requirements. For example, ASI-I

managers can facilitate airport management in workshop sessions that are focused

on guiding the airport towards a “future-wise” stance, with the agility to deal with a

potentially significantly different future. Follow up projects can include a review of

the national civil aviation master plan or airport master plans to incorporate futurewise

thinking.

Aircraft

ANS

Increased

Connectivity

Movement of

People & Goods

Sociological

Changes

Urban

Planning

Manufacturers

Airlines Ground Services Airports

MROs

Sustainability

Renewable

Energy

RAPID

URBANIZATION

Global Population

Trends

Adaptation

Measures

Travel & Tourism Changes

Aging Populations

Trade Associations

ACI, CANSO, IATA, TIACA

ICAO / Regulators

Mitigation

Measures

CLIMATE

CHANGE

DEMOGRAPHIC

CHANGES/

TRENDS

Millennial Generation

Impact

Niche Travel Markets

Suppliers

Access to

Information

Impacts

Quantity & Quality

of Information

GLOBAL

CONNECTEDNESS

Technology

Impacts

ECONOMIC

POWER SHIFT

Air Transport

Accessibility

West to East

Shift

Political Factors

GDP & Investment Shifts

Network Proliferation

Purchasing Power

& Dynamics

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Aircraft Technology

Changes

10 - MEGATRENDS AND AVIATION NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

Cybersecurity

Managing Change

INNOVATIVE

TECHNOLOGY

Internet of Things (IoT)



12 - ICAO TRAINAIR PLUS STP: TTX MANAGEMENT



TOOLKIT

In providing tailored, and empowering

services that capitalize on international

best practices to accelerate the

performance of our clients, ASI-I’s

Learning & Development professionals

prioritize the use of effective learning

technologies from our toolkit. These

tools facilitate our communications

and course deliveries in an efficient

and secure manner.

14 - TOOLKIT



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