Welcoming participants again!
We are pleased to welcome our participants back to our IATA Training Centers worldwide (see the details below). With health and safety as our top priority, we have introduced enhanced, preventative health and safety measures across our Training Centers to ensure you and our staff feel safe to attend our classroom courses and to network once again with your peers and our highly experienced instructors.
Check the COVID-19 Travel Regulations Map for the latest updates on travel restrictions worldwide.
Please note that IATA is not able to influence local authorities/immigration to grant visas or border entry.
Book with confidence!
We understand that your plans to attend one of our courses may need to change, even at the last minute. So we’re giving you the flexibility to reschedule your course with us with no late cancellation fees (see T&C)
IATA Training Centers
Choose a location from below to find out more about the specific measures in place for each Training Center.
- Geneva Training Center - Opening in September 2021*
- Miami Training Center - Opening in October 2021*
- Montreal Training Center - Opening in late 2021/2022* (TBC)
*Please note that these dates are subject to change following local/national regulations.
As our other Training Centers begin to reopen we will share the details with you as above.
Enhanced Preventative Measures
We have introduced enhanced, preventative health and safety measures across our Training Centers to ensure that our staff and participants feel safe. This includes a dedicated zone for Training participants, physical distancing guidelines, frequent sanitization, limited capacity, wearing of masks, and more.
Preparing for your visit
Please check your national quarantine rules and any travel restrictions before travelling internationally to one of our Training Centers.
Keeping yourself and others safe
You may be asked to wear a mask while attending a classroom course at an IATA Training Center.
We have placed hand sanitizers throughout our Training Centers - please be sure to wash your hands and use the sanitizers frequently during your visit to any of our Training Centers.
Please note that we are diligently following the guidance and best practice from the WHO
Our Customer Service team is available to answer any questions, and provide more information on the many precautions we are taking to protect your health and safety