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The aircraft servicing and ground handling basics you need to start a career on the ramp.
Ramp handling services ensure the efficient turnaround of aircraft so that flights stay on schedule. This course offers an introduction to ramp services as well as the ground handling standards and safety requirements you need to know to work safely on the ramp.
Whether you are new to the industry or a recent recruit, this course provides a solid foundation for further professional development in the field of ground operations.
Available as: Distance Learning course in eBook format bundled with Rosetta Stone Online Language Training
Duration: 40-45 hours (plus 2.5 hours for exam) and 200 hours approx. for Rosetta Stone Online Language Training
Recommended level: Entry-level
Prerequisites: Intermediate English language level to study the Airline Cabin Crew eBook. Rosetta Stone takes learners with no previous experience in a particular language to a B1 level on the Common European Framework (CEFR) in just 200 hours by completing Levels 1 to 5. Three level courses take learners to an A2 level.
This course gives you an understanding of:
- The ground operations working environment
- Standard ramp operations terminology
- The departments of an airport and how they work together
- Basic safety and security for efficient operations
- Procedures for key aircraft ground servicing tasks
- IATA Airport Handling Manual and IATA Ground Operations Manual standards
This course is recommended for:
- Anyone interested in pursuing a career with an airline or ground service provider
- Recently recruited airline, airport and ground handling staff