Duties – professional competences:
- installation and configuration of communication appliances at the airport;
- installation and setting of server infrastructure at the airport;
- aviation information systems surveillance;
- installation and configuration of specific airport systems;
- preparation of documentation.
Qualification is based on job description, objectives and outcomes of vocational education. Rights, liabilities, and responsibilities of Air Transport Information-Communication Systems Security Technician are defined by the Ratification of Budapest Convention (“Official Gazette RS- International Agreements”, no. 19/ 2009).
Following satisfactory completion of study programme, one will be competent for work in protection of:
- information-communication technologies;
- technical systems;
- smart buildings systems;
- business-information systems.
The curriculum for the Air Transport Security Technician education profile is designed in compliance with EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) directives enacted at 1st Transport Cyber Security Conference, held on January 23 2019.
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