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AABI Town Hall Meeting USAAP-The Concept. Small University Accredited Program Thoughts Regarding the Impact Auburn University. Impact on the institution. The Selection & Allocation Process. To what extent would the institution be involved in selecting candidates?

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Aabi town hall meeting usaap the concept

AABI Town Hall MeetingUSAAP-The Concept

Small University Accredited Program

Thoughts Regarding the Impact

Auburn University

The selection allocation process
The Selection & Allocation Process

  • To what extent would the institution be involved in selecting candidates?

  • What would be the calculus for choice of institution: student preference, USAAP designation based on cost factors, on program size, etc. ?

  • The Role of the institution

  • The institution’s allocation of students

  • Answers to these questions may effect relative market demand among the institutions

Impact on the institution1
Impact on the institution

  • How can the institution aid in candidate screening?

  • What is the potential for government and industry financial support for capital investment under the USAAP program?

  • Is bigger any better?

  • Screening of candidates

  • Increased costs of personnel and capital investment needed to meet additional program requirements.

  • Potential USAAP cost containment measures adversely affecting small university programs.

Impact in the institution s students
Impact in the institution’s students

  • Could students currently enrolled compete for USAAP sponsorship?

  • To what degree will a candidate have a choice as to which program to enter?

  • Recruitment and selection of candidates

  • Market assessment and the student’s decision regarding programs

Impact on industry1
Impact on industry

  • How is industry’s interest supported should reduction in the number of aviation programs occur?

  • Is there a common candidate profile that is representative of the air transport industry as a whole?

  • Diversity in competition

  • Industry participation in recruitment and selection

Final thoughts
Final Thoughts

  • USAAP: thinking outside the box

  • Quality commercial pilots flying under Parts 121 and 135: a public good warranting across the board funding

    • Capital investment

    • Student costs subsidized

    • Industry-wide financial commitment