You are here : Home » Training Dangerous Goods

Training Dangerous Goods

The successful application of rules concerning the transport of dangerous goods greatly depends on the appreciation by all professionals of the risks involved. Training is key to achieve a detailed understanding of the Regulations.

The Sub-Section 1.5 of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) details the requirements and minimum aspects that must be included in a training program. It is important to note that different categories of staff require different training and that it must always be commensurate with their responsibilities.

Responsibility is placed on all parties involved in air transport, including shippers, freight forwarders, ground service providers and airlines.
Organization of the training :

  • Technical English and genera
  • Air Regulation
  • Safety and Aeronautical Rescue
  • First aid
  • Qualification Machine
  • Function PNC

Commercial Training

  • Restauration and services on board
  • Communication
  • Humans Factors
  • History of civilisations
  • Touristic Geography
  • Commercial English
  • Ticketing – Psychology

Hands-on training in real with the equipment necessary: Simulator plane, toboggan, extinction of fire, cabin in smoke, towing, lifeboats, reanimation…

Training requirements

Required qualities:

  • General knowledge
  • Good linguistic level
  • Good Presentation

School level:

  • Level high school diploma
  • High school diploma or Amount

Criteria of Physical appearance:

  • 1,60 m 1,68 m (Girls)
  • 1,70 m – 1,86 m (Boys)
  • Weight in proportion with tall
  • No visible marks
  • No problems of health
  • Know how to swim

REGISTRATION

  • 4 Copies certified by the High school diploma or school certificate
  • 4 Copies certified of the national ID card
  • 8 Identity photos
  • 2 Copies of the passport legalized
  • 4 Birth certificates
  • 10 Stamps

The CFPNC groupe proposes several sessions every year

 

Apply Now & info