Understanding the Process

AMPAP Process

  1. Only individuals who occupy a management position within a civil airport organization may join AMPAP to earn the International Airport Professional (IAP) designation.
  2. Management personnel of eligible stakeholders, namely, ICAO, ACI, Civil Aviation Directorates of ICAO member states, and ACI World Business Partners may join AMPAP to earn the AMPAP Associate Diploma.
  3. All admission applications are reviewed to determine eligibility.
  4. The AMPAP curriculum comprises four mandatory and two elective courses to be completed within a maximum three-year time frame.
  5. IAP candidates must complete the six-course AMPAP curriculum to earn the International Airport Professional (IAP) designation.
  6. Management personnel of eligible stakeholders must complete the four mandatory courses to earn the AMPAP Associate Diploma.
  7. IAP candidates are required to register for each mandatory course individually and the related tuition fee must be paid in full to gain access to any AMPAP course. All course offerings are listed on the AMPAP website.
  8. The candidate must successfully complete the “Air Transport System” gateway mandatory course before he/she may enroll for another AMPAP mandatory course; the other three mandatory courses may be taken in any order.
  9. Beyond the first year in the programme the candidate is required to pay a professional membership fee while working towards or to maintain his/her accreditation status.
  10. IAP candidates must complete any two from the list of AMPAP approved elective courses which are delivered and scheduled through ACI Global Training or ICAO. IAP candidates are responsible for informing the Registrar of their successful completion of an elective(s) to update their course records.
  11. Upon successful completion of the six AMPAP courses, the candidate will be awarded the International Airport Professional (IAP) diploma, jointly issued by ACI and ICAO. The graduate may then also use the IAP professional designation after his/her name.



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