Air Cargo Security Training 220.127.116.11
Staff involved in implementing cargo security controls and mail other than screening including those involved in the preparation/checking of paper work are required to complete air cargo security training 18.104.22.168 (this course also includes the competencies of 11.2.7).
Our aviation instructor (Philip Beggs), is certified by the IAA (Irish Aviation Authority) and all courses are presented via an Approved Security Training Organisation (ASTO), ensuring all course content and legislation is fully upto date.
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This course will cover the following topics.
Previous acts of unlawful interference with civil aviation
EU and national requirements for air cargo security
Role & function of air cargo security managers & IAA
Union database for known consignors and regulated agents
Procedures for challenging persons
Acceptance of all air cargo/mail and protection requirements of air cargo/mail
Knowledge of transportation requirements
Contingency plans and emergency response procedures
Who is this course designed for?
All staff working in a manufacturing/production company registered as a known consignor and in contact with identifiable air cargo, as well as staff working in freight forwarders, cargo handlers or air carriers with access to identifiable air cargo. The main objective is to ensure that all staff involved in the handling/preparation of air cargo can apply a standardised level of preventative aviation security measures and understand the provisions of the Company Air Cargo Security Programme.
On successful completion of this course participants will be awarded an Air Cargo Security Awareness Training certificate stating the competencies of 11.2.7 & 22.214.171.124 a have been completed. Certification is valid for a period of 5 years or when there have been updates of amendments to national security requirements that relate to this sector.
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This training is suitable for approved entities such as known consignors, certified hauliers and regulated agents staff.
Other terms used to describe the above aviation security training include air-freight training, air cargo driver training, airport cargo training and freight security, known consignor training, regulated agents and certified hauliers.