Dangerous Goods by Air (ICAO)

Dangerous Goods by Air - Full Course
UK Full Course
3 days

Dangerous Goods by Air - Revalidation
UK Revalidation
2 days
 

Dangerous Goods by Air - Full Course
USA Full Course
3 days

Dangerous Goods by Air - Revalidation
USA Revalidation
2 days
It is a requirement by law that comprehensive and approved training must be given to all staff involved in the packaging, documentation or handling of dangerous goods.
 
The regulations covering the transportation of dangerous goods by air are issued by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO).
 
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) publish an annual Dangerous Goods Manual which is recognised as the industry standard and is used on the course.
 
All students who pass the examinations are registered as internationally approved to sign for dangerous goods consignments.
 
It is also a requirement of law that revalidation training be carried out every 24 months.
 
Cargo Training International trainers are approved by the UK Civil Aviation Authority.
 
The full three day course will enable students to:
 
  • Apply the information given in the ICAO and IATA regulations to dangerous goods shipments
  • Check that packing, marking and labelling meet ICAO/IATA standards
  • Interpret dangerous goods lists
  • Recognise prohibited items
  • Understand packing instructions
  • Recognise marking and labelling
  • Understand the shipper’s and the carrier’s responsibilities
  • Complete dangerous goods documentation
 
On completion of this course - which includes a written examination - candidates will receive a certificate endorsed by the UK CAA. All certificate holders are registered with the Approval Authority.
 
 
Revalidation
 
The two day revalidation course will enable students to:
 
  • Check knowledge of the regulations
  • Update on amendments and new rules
 
Please note that the two day programme is only recommended to those who hold the full dangerous goods certificate.
 
On completion of this course - which includes a written examination - candidates will receive a certificate endorsed by the UK CAA. All certificate holders are registered with the Approval Authority.