SCSI Prague 2018 Announcements

In Spring 2018 the Southern California Safety Institute will offer its 16th Annual Prague series of aviation safety courses. This year we again offer SCSI's two-week flagship course in Aircraft Accident Investigation as well as the Human Factors in Accident Investigation course, each part of the core curriculum leading to the AAI certificate. In addition this year is the Advanced Aircraft Accident Investigation course. Each course is delivered by experienced professionals with first hand knowledge of the subject matter. Also returning this year is our course on Unmanned Aircraft Systems, focusing on the human role in unmanned operations.

2018 Course Schedule in Prague

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7-18 May 2018: Aircraft Accident Investigation (AAI)

21-25 May 2018: Human Factors in Accident Investigation (HFAI)

28 May-1 June 2018: Advanced Aircraft Accident Investigation (AAAI)

4-8 June 2018: Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS)

Special Hotel Arrangements for SCSI Students In Prague

Courtyard By Marriott

Prague Airport

Aviaticka 1092/8
161 00 Prague 6
Czech Republic

Telephone: (+420) 236 077 077   FAX:  (+420) 236 077 078

Web reservations: Courtyard Prague Airport



Hotel Location 

The Courtyard by Marriott- Prague Airport is located at the Prague International Airport (PRG) between Terminal 1 & 2 with a direct covered walkway from Terminal 2. The city center is easily accessible within 20 minutes by public transport, taxi or airport shuttle.  Nearest subway stations (Dejvicka, Zilicin) are reachable by a short bus ride.  

Transportation to and from the Czech Aviation Training Centre

Transportation from the Courtyard Marriott at the Prague Airport is an easy 10 minute bus ride to the Czech Aviation Training Centre where the courses will be held. The bus stop is located directly across the street from the hotel and drops you off directly in front of the Training Centre. The bus runs frequently.

 Public Transportation Pass

You can buy a TRANSPORTATION PASS at any newsstand, at the airport and at most metro stops. Stamp it on your first ride and then keep it handy. If you don't have one properly stamped, there is a fine if you are asked at random to show your stamped pass. The Transportation Pass lets you ride Buses, Metros and Trams everywhere in the city. Just time stamp it on your first ride and then do not stamp it again, just use it until it expires.

In Hotel Room Amenities

All rooms are equipped with individually controlled air conditioning, in-room safe, high-speed internet, direct dial telephone, 23 inch flat screen TV with international channels and on-demand movie & music system, refrigerator, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and coffee and tea making facilities.

Hotel Guest Services

The market-24hrs shop, complimentary fitness center, wireless high-speed internet, business center, laundry & dry cleaning, 24 hours housekeeping & security.  The in hotel restaurant, Oléo Pazzo, is a Mediterranean Bistro serving a wide variety of Mediterranean specialties and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  A full bar is also located in the Oléo Pazzo.  The hotel is connected to the EUROPORT complex featuring luxurious retail shops, casino, traditional Czech restaurant, supermarket, garage, parking and bank.

SCSI Continues to Bring SCSI Certificate Programs to Prague in 2018

In response to many attendee requests, and at the suggestion of Mr. Ladislav Mika, of the Czech Ministry of Transport, SCSI is now bringing the popular Certificate in Aircraft Accident Investigation and Certificate in Safety Management Systems to Prague.

Starting in 2003 SCSI offered in cooperation with the Czech Ministry of Transport the first series of courses that will enable attendees to earn these certificates from SCSI by attending courses in Prague which is conveniently located in Central Europe. In 2018 SCSI will continue bringing courses to Prague that apply to SCSI's Certificate Programs. For those attendees who have taken courses at other SCSI locations, courses taken at any SCSI location count for credit in the applicable Certificate Program.

Photo by Dita Mikova

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