Upon course completion, students will be able to:
1. Identify definitions, principles, and key concepts discussed in the selected textbook and associated materials.
2. Demonstrate knowledge of the various elements of the emergency response system utilized for an aircraft accident.
3. Identify the various agencies and organizations tasked with response and management of aircraft accidents and emergencies.
4. Compare and contrast various specific airport emergency plans.
5. Describe the basic fundamentals of Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting techniques and apply those techniques to an aircraft emergency response scenario.
6. Analyze the responsibilities of the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting personnel and other responders to secure the aircraft accident site and preserve accident site evidence.7. Analyze the appropriate regulations governing airport and aircraft security to prevent hijacking, sabotage or terrorist activities.
8. Understand, explain and analyze the national Search and Rescue (SAR) Plan as it is integrated into local and national agencies planning to assist in location and rescue of aircraft accident survivors.
9. Examine the legal responsibilities of the airport, local community, and federal government as they involve aircraft emergency response.
10. Prepare an analysis of a specific aircraft emergency response effort or evaluate an Airport Emergency Plan.