In-flight Supplier Training 188.8.131.52
Staff involved in implementing security controls for in-flight supplies other than screening or having access to identifiable in-flight supplies (Includes those staff directly involved in the handling/preparation of secure in-flight supplies and/or those involved in the preparation/checking of paper work) are required to complete in-flight supplier security training 184.108.40.206 (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 up to date.
This training is also available online, click on the image for further information.
This course will cover the following topics.
(a) Previous acts of unlawful interference with civil aviation and current threats.
(b) Relevant legal requirements and establishing a security aware culture.
(c) Awareness of the insider threat and radicalisation.
(d) knowledge of the objectives and organisation of aviation security.
(e) Procedures for challenging and reporting persons.
(f) Ability to identify prohibited articles.
(g) Respond appropriately to the detection of prohibited articles.
(h) Knowledge of how prohibited articles may be concealed.
(i) Knowledge of protection requirements for in-flight supplies.
(j) Knowledge of transportation requirements.
Who is this course designed for?