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AABInternational

  Seneca
  School of Aviation
  Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology
August 2018 COMPLIANCE WITH AABI POLICY 3.4.2

 

For each AABI-accredited aviation program, institutions MUST accurately publish on the program’s public website, a report of student achievement data including the following information, updated annually:

The objectives of each accredited program

Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology Program Learning Outcomes:

As a graduate, you will be prepared to reliably demonstrate the ability to:

  • Independently operate multi-engine aircraft, in instrument meteorological conditions using manually prepared flight plans.
  • Support flight operations by applying the principles of aircraft design and performance, and operating procedures.
  • Build interpersonal relationships by applying the principles of leadership, communication, and problem solving skills while working independently and in groups.
  • Operate automated flight systems through critical phases of flight.
  • Maintain, through proper airmanship, the safe operations of multi-engine aircraft by accounting for human, legal, mechanical, and geographic factors.
  • Engage in continuous learning to advance career development and support a professional pilot image.
  • Manage stress by applying Crew Resource Management skills and practicing personal wellness strategies.
  • Support the sustainable operation of airports by analyzing the role and impact of government, safety, budgeting and licensing.

Program assessment measures employed (completed annually for Annual Program Review)

Graduation rates

What is the graduation rate? What is the job placement rate in one year/two years?

  Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology
KPI Graduation Rate  
Spring 2014 to Winter 2015 42.9% 36
Spring 2015 to Winter 2016 53.4% 39
Spring 2016 to Winter 2017 52.1% 37
KPI Graduate Satisfaction    
Spring 2014 to Winter 2015 56.3% 16
Spring 2015 to Winter 2016 75% 12
Spring 2016 to Winter 2017 75% 12
KPI Graduate Employment Rate
Spring 2014 to Winter 2015 45.5% 11
Spring 2015 to Winter 2016 50% 12
Spring 2016 to Winter 2017 100% 12

 

Notes:

Graduation rate: The normal program duration used to establish a student's program completion time frame equals approximately 200 per cent of the normal program duration.

The 2016-2017 Key Performance Indicator graduation rate is based on students who started one-year programs in 2014-2015, two-year programs in 2012-2013, three-year programs in 2010-2011, four-year programs in 2009-2010 who had graduated by 2015-2016. It is based on students who have been funded through the College Funding Formula, Second Career or Co-op Diploma Apprenticeship.

Graduate satisfaction and graduate employment rate: Graduates are surveyed by phone six months after graduation. In addition to being asked about graduate satisfaction with their programs and services, graduates are asked about their employment status, which provides information for graduate employment.

Types of employment of graduates:

  Honours Bachelor of Aviation Technology
Graduate Employment Outcomes  
  Available for Employment Percentage Working Program Related Percentage Working
Spring 2014 to Winter 2015 11 27% 45%
Spring 2015 to Winer 2016 12 50% 50%
Spring 2016 to Winter 2017 12 100% 100%