Safety Management System

On request
E-learning environment Moodle, (consultation on request)
Format of studies
Self-study in Moodle, additional contact consultation on request
Language of instruction
E-learning materials in English, consultation in Estonian or in English
Base of course syllabus
Aircraft Engineering curriculum (Registered in EHIS, code 118817)
Curriculum group
Motor vehicles, ships and aircraft
Mattias Kosemets (Estonian Aviation Academy, Head of MTO Training, teaching subjects: Fuel Tank Safety, Aviation Legislation, Handling of Dangerous Goods, Familiarization Practice in Aviation Organisation)
78 academic hours of independent work (3 ECTS)
120 euros for e-learning, additional consultation according to volume
Target group
Specialists from different aviation related organizations
Size of group
Not limited
To gain complete overview on relations between safety in aviation and safety management system as well as the bases for functions of safety management system
  • Main elements of aviation safety;
  • Safety management’s nature;
  • ICAO safety management system frames
  • Learning outcomes
    After passing the course participants should know the main elements of aviation safety, understand safety management’s nature, be aware of the components of safety management system according to ICAO safety management system frames (safety politics, its aims, risk management, safety securing and improvements) and have an overview on the principles of safety management system implementation
    Study materials
    In E-learning environment Moodle, in addition: Annex 19, ICAO Doc9859 and State Safety Programme
    Requirements set for passing the course
    Participation in e-learning course (and in contact consultation) and passing the test with a minimum result of 75%
    Documents issued on completion the course
    Certificate of Course Completion issued by Estonian Aviation Academy
    Registration and further information
    Karine Mandel,
    Detailed topics and aims will be agreed separately with customer