HAL Management Academy unveils PG diploma in aviation management

The course syllabus focuses on aircraft manufacturing processes and systems integration, strategy and corporate governance

GN Bureau | November 21, 2018


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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited’s Management Academy (HMA) has unveiled an AICTE approved 15 month full time post graduation diploma in aviation management (PGDAM) recently.

 
The programme includes a visit to the top aviation companies abroad, interaction with practicing professionals and aviation industry exposure module.
 
The academy will train 35 persons through this program and the batch consists of a mix of HAL executives and professionals from outside selected through a rigorous evaluation process. The participants will be exposed to various fields like wind tunnel and flight testing, composite manufacturing, flight hangar management, air traffic management.
 
The course syllabus focuses on aircraft manufacturing processes and systems integration, strategy and corporate governance, aircraft qualification and certification, technology and lifecycle management, on the job exposure- deep immersion, principles and practices of management, aviation business and contracts, aviation finance and economics, organization behaviour and human resource management,  aviation supply chain management and logistics, aviation quality & regulatory management , principles of marketing, product development and pricing in aviation sector, product promotion and brand building,  customer relationship and after sales support, systems engineering and other areas.

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