In light of the growing number of security incidents and legislation, both global and national aviation security authorities require recurrent training for security staff, trainers and management. This course covers the recurrent training requirements recommended by ICAO, EU, TSA, and other major security programs to help keep your organization compliant.
Whether you work at an airport, warehouse or in the air, this course will ensure you stay current with recent incidents, regulations and technology trends. You will learn how to apply new security measures and procedures to your daily operations through exercises and case studies. You will also gain valuable insight into the lessons learned from past incidents and the resulting initiatives that can help you mitigate future threats.
We recommend this course as part of your annual recurrent training. The course contents are updated and released at the beginning of each calendar year.
Available at IATA training centers or at your company
Duration: 3 days (24 hours)
Recommended level: All levels
Prerequisites: This course is open to all working aviation security professionals
Taken on once a year, this course will help you and your staff to:
- Keep current with the most current security threats and legislation
Review the lessons learned from past recent incidents
Design a risk assessment model based on your workplace
Discover upcoming screening technology and its detection capabilities
All aviation staff involved in implementing security measures as part of their operational tasks: screeners, management, trainers, flight crews, etc.