BSAT Airside Security Training 220.127.116.11
What is BSAT Training?
BSAT airside security training 18.104.22.168 is designed for all airport staff or third party persons who require an airport airside ID card. As well as persons who require unescorted access to the Security Restricted Area of an airport must complete the application process which includes completing Basic Security Awareness Training (BSAT).
Our aviation instructor (Philip Beggs), is certified by the IAA (Irish Aviation Authority). As well as this BSAT training is presented via an IAA approved security training organisation (ASTO) ensuring all course content and legislation is fully up-to date.
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BSAT Airport Security Training covers the following topics.
- 1. Knowledge of previous acts of unlawful interference with civil aviation.
2. Knowledge of the objectives and organisation of aviation security.
3. Knowledge of access control procedures.
4. Knowledge of identification card systems used at the airport.
5. Procedures for challenging persons.
6. How human behaviour and responses can affect security performance.
7. Ability to respond appropriately to security related incidents.
8. Ability to communicate security related incidents clearly and confidently.
Who must complete BSAT Airport Training?
All staff who hold/require an Airside Airport Identification Card (AIC) or a Crew Identification card and all staff employed by airport operators (including staff working in the retail outlets), aircraft operators, catering, cleaning and cargo companies and any other agencies including handling agent personnel operating on their behalf who may or may not be directly engaged in aviation security tasks but require airside access.
On successful completion of the course participants will be awarded a Basic Security Awareness (BSAT) Training certificate which is valid for 3 years.
You can check out our full range of aviation security course here.