Certificate in Airport Environmental Management

September 2016

In May 2016, Darwin International Airport in Australia’s Top End switched on its new 4MW photovoltaic solar array. The project marks the first stage of the airport’s ambitious plan to harness the Northern Territory’s renowned solar energy resource to meet its energy needs. In so doing, it is one of a growing number of airports worldwide making the switch to solar energy, motivated by a desire to proactively manage electricity costs and a commitment to environmental sustainability.


ACI is committed to furthering the environmental sustainability of all airports around the world. The Certificate in Airport Environmental Management provides your airport staff with an understanding of the basic principles of sustainable airport development and environmental management. 

The Certificate in Airport Environmental Management consists of the following seven modules:

1. Airport Environmental Management and Sustainable Development
2. Noise Management and Community Relations
3. Managing Local Air Quality
4. Climate Change and Greenhouse Gas Management
5. Resource Management
6. Waste Prevention and Management
7. Implementing an Environmental Management System

Price: US$695.00
Duration: 15 hours


For more information on this course visit our website at www.olc.aero or contact enrolments@olc.aero

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