The Higher Diploma in Aviation Management aims to prepare learners to establish their career in a range of different supervisory roles in aviation management in the exciting international air travel industry.
It also provides successful candidates with a formal higher education qualification from which they can progress to a higher level of tertiary education in the aviation management field.
This course is designed with modules specific to commercial aviation as well as contextualised business management units providing learners with specialised knowledge and skills in airline and airport management.
This course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to pursue a specialisation in specific areas of Airline and Airport Management such that they can progress to establish their career from a range of different supervisory positions in airline and airport management. It also prepares the students for further study.
Upon completion of the course, the students will develop essential knowledge and operational skills required for the aviation industry. Students will develop intellectual skills and demonstrate critical thinking in a variety of contexts for lifelong learning that will underpin their future career development, as well as prepare them for further study.
- SISH Institute
- Higher Diploma in Aviation Management
- Minimum Age: 18 Year Old
- Language Proficiency
- Attainment of IELTS 6.0, or other equivalent English qualification
- (Applicants with IELTS band below 6.0 may be considered for entry subjected to undertaking SISH’ Certificate in Foundation Studies course before admitted into this course, for which they will be charged for a fee)
- Normal Entry
- SISH Diploma in Aviation and Travel Operations, or
- Other CPE registered PEIs’ Diploma qualification, or • At least 1 GCE “A” Level passes, or
- Equivalent qualification from a recognised higher learning institution, or
- International students completed high school qualification (11th year)
- Alternative Entry
- Applicants with the minimum age of 30, who do not possess the above qualifications but have a minimum of 8 years working experience, may be considered for entry on to this course. Evidence of previous employment will need to be provided as well as a reference from the current/most recent employer (on letter-headed paper).
Mode of Delivery
- The method of teaching consists of multiple delivery dimensions like classroom lectures, group discussions, work-based case studies, problem-solving and group activities.
- Obtained a passing mark in all modules
Upon graduation from the SISH Higher Diploma in Aviation Management, students may progress to take up the following programme subjected to university approval:
- Full-time: 9 months
- Part-time: 15 months
Next available intake(s)
- January, May, September
Students will learn the various airport customers and partners and gain knowledge about the multiple operational and business functions of airports. The module will also explore the issues and challenges facing airports now and in the future.
This module aims to impart students a life-long self-learning process approach in academic production skills to prepare them for higher education. The students will learn and apply key academic skills on presentation and research finding writing in the academic contexts on class assignments, projects and examinations. In addition, the module introduces students to professional development skills that will increase their employability profile. Students will learn effective communication skills and proper etiquette in the workplace.
The module has been designed to provide general knowledge of the international aviation industry. It prepares students with the prerequisite knowledge of the aviation industry and its key industry stakeholders before joining the industry. Students will learn the regulatory environment of the airline industry, as well as the airport business and its economic impact. The module will also examine the inter-relationship amongst the organisations within the industry and how regulatory bodies, trade associations and ancillary organisations support this to form an aviation system that is safe, secure and seamless for users.
The module has been designed to provide a basic overview of the principles of flight and operation of commercial aircraft, and the effects of these characteristics on the acceptance of cargo. The module is also designed to introduce students to the principles of airline scheduling and equipment maintenance.
The module focuses on introducing the structure, nature and operating characteristics of the segments of aviation that are outside of the mainstream of civil passenger aviation industry. These specialised air aviation transport services segment includes, but are not limited to, Business and Corporate Aviation, Cargo Airlines, Unmanned Air Systems, Air Ships, Law Enforcement, AirAmbulance and Military. The module is designed to equip students with the knowledge of the key developments and components that have helped shape those parts of the international aviation industry.
This module is designed to provide an introduction into the various aspect of aviation financial analysis to develop students’ numerical ad analytical skills that they are likely to encounter in their working lives.Students will be imparted with the challenges that businesses face in relation to raising sources of finance and learn to interpret and diagnose the accounting and financial information for business decision making.
The module aims to provide students with a holistic overview of the international air travel industry. They will develop knowledge and understanding of the scale of the international air travel or aviation industry and the role of organisations within the industry, including travel companies, airlines and airports. Students will learn the operating characteristics of different commercial airlines as well as airports. The module will also examine the inter-relationship amongst the organisations within the industry and how regulatory bodies, trade associations and ancillary organisations support this to form an aviation system that is safe, secure and seamless for users.
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This module is designed to impart students with essential knowledge in understanding human work behaviour in the organisational setting and the application of psychological theories to resolve issues and overcome problems in the 21st-century workplace. Students will learn how to interpret situations and apply the principles of management skills to handle problem-based situations in the workplace.
This module is designed to provide an introduction to the role of finance and accounting in business organisations Students will be imparted with the challenges that businesses face in relation to raising sources of finance and learn to interpret and diagnose the accounting and financial information included in a set of published company financial statements.
|Application Fee (Non-Refundable)||$108||$355
- All prices stated above are inclusive of the prevailing Goods & Services Tax (GST)
- Local Applicant: Singapore Citizens and Permanent Residents
- International Applicant: International students including international students transferring from other local institutes