This course is based on the current edition of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR), and will provide you with basic knowledge about handling dangerous goods intended for air transport.
who should attend?
Check-in Staff (CASA Group E, IATA Category 9)
Flight Crew (CASA Group C, IATA Category 10)
Cabin Crew (CASA Group D, IATA Category 11)
Load Planner (CASA Group C, IATA Category 10)
Ramp Staff (CASA Group E, IATA Category 10)
Acceptance of Non-Dangerous Goods (CASA Group B, IATA Category 7)
Security Screening (CASA Group E, IATA Category 12)
You will not be qualified to package, document or accept freight that is regarded as dangerous goods.
how long will it take?
Approximately 4 to 6 hours
what’s in the course?
You will gain an understanding of the following:
Dangerous Goods terminology
Recognition of dangerous goods
Stowage and segregation
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE
The successful completion of the assessment at the end of the course will result in a qualification approved by Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and IATA.