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IATA Training Center - Paris, France

​Our offices are located in Boulogne Billancourt, a city within easy reach of Paris. We are also located directly above a metro line that takes you directly to the Eiffel Tower, the Champs Elysees and the famous shops near the Opera Garnier.

The Paris team looks forward to welcoming you and making your stay as pleasant as possible.

Practical information

Getting here

The Paris Training Center is easily accessible by taxi and metro. Hotels, restaurants, and shopping areas are within walking distance.

IATA Training Center - Paris
84, Avenue du General Leclerc
92100 Boulogne Billancourt
France
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Accommodation

You will receive reservation details for our recommended hotels once registered for a course.

Onsite facilities

Paris Training Center 1    Paris Training Center 2

Public phones are free for you to use during your time at the Training Center.

Leisure

Plan what to do during your stay. Paris tourism website

Contact

Please contact our team in Geneva for more information about Paris or our courses: 

IATA Training Center - Geneva
Route de l'Aéroport 33
P.O. Box 416
1215 Geneva 15 Airport
Switzerland
​Tel: +41.22.770.2820
Fax: +41.22.770.2681

Paris course schedule



May - 2017
Gain the competencies to accept, handle and process shipments containing dangerous goods according to the current edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) manual. Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) - Initial - Category 6 (Classroom, 5 days)
United States, Miami (IATA)
1 May - 5 May
 Learn how to properly manage and control the procurement process with your suppliers. Procurement and Contracts Management (30 PDUs, classroom, 5 days)
Netherlands, Amsterdam (IATA)
1 May - 5 May
In accordance with Division 6.2 – Category A and B requirements, this course will keep you compliant with regulations for shipping infectious substances, such as those used in medical research and diagnostic fields. Infectious Substances Transport (Classroom, 3 days)
Switzerland, Geneva (IATA)
2 May - 4 May
 Learn the most up-to-date airline and government requirements pertaining to the transport of live animals by air. Live Animals Transportation (Classroom, 3 days)
Switzerland, Geneva (IATA)
2 May - 4 May
Gain the essential knowledge required to become a lead auditor by further developing your practical audit management and team leadership skills. Aviation Lead Auditor (Classroom, 3 days)
United States, Miami (IATA)
2 May - 4 May
 Financial and legal fundamentals to help you choose, draft, and negotiate an aircraft acquisition agreement. Aircraft Acquisition and Financing (Classroom, 4 days)
United Kingdom, London-Hammersmith16 (IATA)
2 May - 5 May
 Share information and facilitate decision making, plan operations and improve air traffic management. Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) and A-CDM (Classroom, 4 days)
Singapore, Singapore-Somerset16 (IATA)
2 May - 5 May
 Understand aircraft de-icing standards and procedures as required by regulators, airlines, de-icing service providers and airport authorities. Aircraft De-icing Operations Management (Classroom, 3 days)
Germany, Frankfurt (FRA-RTP)
3 May - 5 May
This course will help your organization determine where to start in what can seem like a never-ending effort to protect your information and systems. Aviation Cyber Security (Classroom, 3 days)
United Kingdom, London-Hammersmith16 (IATA)
3 May - 5 May
 Learn how to improve safety and effectiveness in your ground operations with these recommendations for reducing human error. Human Factors in Ground Operations (Classroom, 3 days)
Singapore, Singapore-Somerset16 (IATA)
3 May - 5 May
Learn about the design, implementation and optimization of an Emergency Response Plan (ERP) according to industry practice and regulatory requirements. Emergency Planning and Response for Airlines (Classroom, 3 days)
Singapore, Singapore-Somerset16 (IATA)
3 May - 5 May
Build on your existing instructional skills, giving you multiple opportunities to evaluate and improve the way you design, conduct, and evaluate a training event. Train the Trainer - Advanced (Classroom, 3 days)
Spain, Madrid (IATA)
3 May - 5 May
Learn the fundamentals of airline distribution and e-commerce and how this plays a role in distribution management for an airline. Introduction to Airline Distribution and e-Commerce (Classroom, 3 days)
Singapore, Singapore-Somerset16 (IATA)
3 May - 5 May
 Learn aviation incident and accident investigation requirements, techniques and working practices. Acquire a structured approach to managing safety to prevent incidents and accidents. Managing Accident Prevention and Investigation (Classroom, 5 days)
Saudi Arabia, Jeddah (SACA-RTP)
7 May - 11 May
 Understand the key roles and activities in running a travel distribution business and learn travel management principles and strategies. Managing a Travel Business - University of Geneva
Switzerland, Geneva (UoG-AV)
8 May - 10 May
 Learn the essentials of IATA's SeMS initiative and how it can make your organization IOSA compliant. Leave the course with tools to build a SeMS that produces measurable and auditable results. Security Management Systems - SeMS (Classroom, 5 days)
Canada, Montreal (IATA)
8 May - 12 May
La IATA fija las normas conducentes a la seguridad operacional. Fórmese con los expertos de la IATA en mercancías peligrosas. Normativas de la IATA relativas a mercancías peligrosas (DGR) - introducción categoría 6 (presencial, 5 días)
Chile, Santiago (IATA)
8 May - 12 May
 Learn IATA best practices and key principles from the Airport Development Reference Manual (ADRM) to plan and expand airport infrastructure. Airport Development and Infrastructure Design (Classroom, 5 days)
Canada, Montreal (IATA)
8 May - 12 May
 Review the hot topics of airport access control, harmonized regulations and perimeter security with the aim of providing a seamless end-to-end passenger experience. Management of Aviation Facilitation (Classroom, 5 days)
Netherlands, Amsterdam (IATA)
8 May - 12 May
 If you’re a new airline recruit or an aviation company with airline clients, this course will bring you up to speed on key airline business practices to help you succeed in the industry. Airline Business Foundations (Classroom, 5 days)
United Kingdom, London-Hammersmith16 (IATA)
8 May - 12 May
 Position training at the heart of organizational growth and improvement. Management of Training (Classroom, 5 days)
Turkey, Istanbul (TKAA-RTP)
8 May - 12 May
 Il corso si sviluppa attraverso specifici obiettivi di Security, l'analisi delle minacce passate e di quelle correnti, la valutare dei livelli di minaccia, e la comprensione della ratio della varie norme security dell'aviazione civile. Aviation Security Train the Trainer - Italian (Classroom, 5 days) - Classroom - italiano
Italy, Rome (IATA)
8 May - 12 May
Gain a comprehensive overview of the effect and management of human factors in aviation with this foundation course. Human Factors in Aviation (Classroom, 5 days)
South Africa, Johannesburg (ATNS-RTP)
8 May - 12 May
Developed in accordance with ICAO principles, this course helps you fulfill SMS requirements and establish a functional SMS within your operations. Safety Management Systems (SMS) for Airlines (Classroom, 5 days)
South Africa, Johannesburg (SAA-RTP)
8 May - 12 May
Learn how to maximize your revenue by achieving a balance between demand, reservation scheduling and variable pricing. Dynamic Pricing and Revenue Management (Classroom, 4 days)
United States, Miami (IATA)
9 May - 12 May
Learn the foundations of Safety Performance Indicators (SPIs), and how to practically develop them, integration of safety objectives, SPIs and safety performance targets. Safety Performance Indicators (Classroom, 3 days)
Belgium, Brussels (IATA)
10 May - 12 May
 Learn how to develop a project management plan, define scope, and determine project requirements. Project Management - University of Geneva
Switzerland, Geneva (UoG-AV-IATA)
11 May - 13 May