This course is recommended for 'Personnel Responsible for Processing or Accepting Dangerous Goods Consignments' as per IATA's DGR - section 1.5 and in accordance with function 7.3 in IATA's 'Dangerous Goods Training Guidance'. | Previously covered under category 6. Find out more about the CBTA approach, current courses and previous corresponding categories.
This interactive 3-D simulation will allow you to experience and perform the acceptance procedure in a realistic shipment scenario together with the documentation and full acceptance checklist. The simulation aims to reproduce a close-to-real process, assessing the employee skills and ensure that you are competent to perform your job function, fulfil your dangerous goods training requirements and be in full compliance with the regulations.
Course Code: TCGG-46
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Upon completing this 3-D simulation you will have the skills to:
The key topics that are covered during this course include:
The DG Compass 3-D simulation provides a realistic representation of the acceptance process, utilizing dynamic images of the shipment, together with the accompanying documentation, DGD, Air Waybill and acceptance checklist.
This module is recommended for:
An IATA Certificate is awarded to participants successfully passing the final assessment.
Please read the General Information on Self-study exams. Your session includes 2 practice scenarios and 2 assessment scenarios. The 2 practice scenarios must be taken first and prior to the assessment scenarios.