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AAI Series

There is an increasing need for well trained and qualified accident investigators throughout the aviation industry. New regulations and challenging accidents have and will continue to increase the demand for qualified, knowledgeable investigators.

Helping to meet the need for trained accident investigators is the purpose of the SCSI Certificate in Aircraft Accident Investigation. This SCSI certificate formally acknowledges that you have received the training and possess the knowledge to succeed in the Aircraft Accident Investigation profession. This SCSI certificate program has been carefully designed by the SCSI instructional staff and covers the core areas of knowledge and training required in accident investigation. You will take classroom courses and spend time in the SCSI crash lab with "hands-on" investigation training as you complete this certificate program.

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DoctorSCSI's team has performed safety reviews at Veterans Administration Hospitals, and was selected to participate in a RAND Corporation hospital safety study. Our goal is to help your organization improve quality of care for better patient outcomes. Let us help you become the standard by which others are measured. View brochure »

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About SCSI

Operating worldwide for over a quarter century, SCSI (Southern California Safety Institute) is an established center of excellence in safety training serving global leaders in the aviation, oil and healthcare industries. Headquartered in Southern California, SCSI offers full service safety training and consultation as well as Certificate Programs in Aircraft Accident Investigation and Safety Management Systems — both industry recognized. We have trained tens of thousands of individuals from regulatory, government, commercial, private, corporate, military and non-profit organizations from around the globe. SCSI also provides safety assessments and customized safety training plans for the Healthcare Industry to help improve patient safety and quality outcomes for individuals and communities. More »
 

 

Industry News
Alaska Aviation Safety Back in the Spotlight This Week - Occupational Health and Safety
We know aviation in Alaska is central to sustaining communities, economies, and the enjoyment of the wilderness of our nation's last frontier. The safety issues being addressed in this hearing will bolster the efforts already underway within the ...

USMC orders aviation safety standdown as mishaps spike
- Flightglobal
The US Marine Corps is standing down aviation units for 24h each once over the next two weeks as the community copes with a spike mishaps, including two ...

Aviation safety watchdog's warning to anti-drone vigilantes
- The Australian
The aviation safety watchdog has warned against unlawful vigilantism by people to jam or destroy drones they feel have intruded on them.

DGCA: Aviation safety regulator DGCA flies into inflight Hindi debate
- Economic Times
MUMBAI: India's aviation regulator has directed airlines to carry more Hindi newspapers and magazines so that equal numbers in both English and Hindi ...

FAA Signs Aviation Safety Agreement With Singapore
- Disciples of Flight
The FAA and CAAS have been working together under an aviation safety agreement since 2004. The FAA is reporting that they've signed a "milestone Maintenance Agreement Guidance (MAG)" with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS). According ...

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