FAA Approved 3 Day (24 Hour) Wildlife Hazard Management Training Course

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Location:  To-Be-Determined

Dates: Pending 2023 Dates

Who should attend?

  • Wildlife biologists pursuing FAA Qualified Airport Wildlife Biologist (QAWB) Certification - 14 CFR Part 139.337 compliance

  • Airport personnel involved in wildlife hazard management

  • Airport managers, planners, environmental compliance, and operations staff

  • Aviation students

  • State and Federal aviation agencies

  • Aviation stakeholders - pilots, air traffic control, fixed-base operators

Registration: Use the link below to inquire about the next training course.

FAA Approval - BWE received approval from FAA to conduct a virtual training course that meets the requirements of FAA Advisory Circular 150/5200-36B.

Course Information

Purpose        

To provide a three-day training course (24 hours) that meets the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements as outlined in FAA Advisory Circular (AC) 150/5200-36B “Qualifications for Wildlife Biologist Conducting Wildlife Hazard Assessments and Training Curriculums for Airport Personnel Involved in Controlling Wildlife Hazards on Airports” (01/24/2019).

Goal            

To provide the knowledge, skills, and abilities needed by a wildlife biologist to conduct Wildlife Hazard Assessments [§139.337(c)] and to conduct wildlife hazard training [§139.337(f)(7)].

Course Instructors

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Sarah Brammell

Blue Wing Environmental

Lead Instructor - QAWB

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Ron Merritt

Swift Creek, LLC

BASH Expert - QAWB