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Next intake: Sept 2023
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The four major objectives of the module are:
To provide an insight into the key elements that shape today’s air transport system.
To understand the direction and scope of the multifaceted airline business.
Analyse and conceptualise big picture issues both inside and outside the industry.
To enable students to implement their academic knowledge to effectively manage the complex aviation industry and manage change
Course commencement is subject to internal validation and approval
Interpret, assess and critically evaluate the airline industry and its interrelationship to its suppliers such as leasing companies, airports, etc.
Examine the key challenges that airlines face and have an understanding of the major strategies that can be deployed as they compete in such a hypercompetitive post Covid environment
Describe why deregulation has changed the competitive landscape of the airline industry and how it has adapted itself in its new environment
Investigate and assess new challenges that are now facing the industry such as environmental issues
Acknowledge and appreciate the difficulties that management incur when implementing strategic fixes
Demonstrate an appreciation of the intricate complexities that govern the airline industry
Discuss and justify the strategies adopted by senior management
Judge the future direction of the industry
There is no final exam for this module.
You will be assessed through 1-2 continuous skill-based assignments, provided by your lecturer.
The programme is open to managers and supervisors from a variety of disciplines or those aspiring to a managerial role with three to five years organisational experience in a relevant field.
Completion of an NFQ level 8 qualification or equivalent is required.
This module has secured funding under the Aviation Skillnet. Eligible companies and individuals can secure a 25% contribution towards course fees. For funding information only, you or your employer should contact Maeve O’Neill, at 061 423622 or email@example.com, to confirm that you are eligible for support. Subject to terms and conditions.