All competences are implemented in learning activities jointly with other modules. The methods used in the learning activities can be:
Study tours and company visits
Lectures and workshops
Independent study and teamwork
The assessment of one’s own learning
Books on the content topics
E-books and online articles
Industry related reports and statistics
Relevant media, news agencies, quality press, etc.
Social networking tools
Instructors’ own materials, materials produced by students.
Project-based learning; inquiry learning; portfolio; lectures; workshops; councelling; discussion; debate; presentation sessions.
CONNECTIONS TO BUSINESS LIFE Company cooperation - projects, guest lecturers and workshops in cooperation with different companies and organizations.
Possibility to work with international teams and instructors. Guest lecturers from international organisations and partner universities. International learning materials.
23.08.2021 - 17.12.2021
MODULE ASSIGNMENTS Students will perform a number of assignments for the module. The nature, scope, and sequence of the assignments proposed above could allow for variation, if necessary. More instructions will be given during the module.
14.06.2021 - 20.08.2021
The exact time-tables and classrooms for each week could be adjusted continuously. Students are advised to consult their instructor if in doubt.
The implementation is divided into two parts. Heini Noronen-Juhola will be teaching industry related topics during the first half of the semester on Tuesdays at 12.15-15.45. Pia Vapaavuori will be teaching legal topics throughout the semester on Thursdays at 10.00-11.45.
24.8 Heini –
31.8 Heini -
Introduction and practical items
3.9. Heini -
ICAO Annexes and PANS
7.9 Heini -
Aviation Insurance and Liabilities
14.9 Heini -
21.9 Heini -
Aircraft Manufacturing and Transactions
28.9 Heini -
Planning and opening a new route, stakeholder involvement
5.10 Heini –
Future of Aviation
12.10 Heini –
Aviation Day 2, Guest Speakers
Please note that the instructors intend to make use of all contact hours. Additionally, the students are welcome to book appointments whenever needed (face to face or otherwise)
This must be discussed with the teacher
This module has been developed for Haaga-Helia’s teaching environment based on the methods of inquiry learning and project-based learning. The feedback and results of the staff’s planning meetings have been used when establishing contents and implementation.
Pia Vapaavuori, Heini Noronen-Juhola
15 - 40
ABBA Degree Programme in Aviation Business