IATA DGR CAT. 1
SHIPPERS

Initial or recurrent training for shippers and persons undertaking the responsibilities of shippers’, including operator’s staff acting as shippers, operator’s staff preparing dangerous goods as Company Materials (COMAT).

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Packings.

Course Content

• General philosophy
• Limitations
• General requirements for shippers
• Classification
• List of dangerous goods
• General packing requirements
• Packing instructions
• Labelling and marking
• Shipper’s declaration and other relevant documentation
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures.
• Radioactive materials (optional module)

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Shippers’ staff

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level

How long

• Initial: 21h (24h w/ RRY)
• Recurrent: 14h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 2
PACKERS

Initial and recurrent training for packers.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Packings.

Course Content

• Responsabilities of shippers, airlines and cargo agents
• Identification of dangerous goods prohibited for air transport, or authorized according the regulations
• Identification of the 9 hazard classes and their key criteria
• Using of the dangerous goods list
• Application of the packing general requirements
• Marking and labelling
• Shipper’s dangerous goods declaration
• Relevant documents
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Packers’ staff

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level

How long

• Initial: 35h
• Recurrent: 14h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 3
Freight Forwarders

Initial or recurrent training for staff of freight forwarders involved in processing dangerous goods.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Packings

Course Content

• Responsabilities of shippers, airlines and cargo agents
• Identification of dangerous goods prohibited for air transport, or authorized according the regulations
• Identification of the 9 hazard classes and their key criteria
• Using of the dangerous goods list
• Application of the packing general requirements
• Marking and labelling
• Shipper’s dangerous goods declaration
• Relevant documents
• Radioactive materials
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Staff of freight forwarders involved in processing dangerous goods

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level

How long

• Initial: 28h
• Recurrent: 14h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 4
Freight Forwarders

Initial or recurrent training for staff of freight forwarders involved in processing cargo or mail (other than dangerous goods).

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Packings.

Course Content

• Responsabilities of shippers, airlines and cargo agents
• Identification of dangerous goods prohibited for air transport, or authorized according the regulations
• Identification of the 9 hazard classes and their key criteria
• Using of the dangerous goods list
• Application of the packing general requirements
• Marking and labelling
• Shipper’s dangerous goods declaration
• Relevant documents
• Radioactive materials
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Staff of freight forwarders involved in processing cargo or mail (other than dangerous goods)

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level

How long

• Initial: 7h
• Recurrent: 4h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 5
Freight Forwarders WAREHOUSES

Awareness training for staff of freight forwarders involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo, mail or stores.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Storage procedures

Course Content

• IATA rules
• Hazard labels and handling labels
• Shipper’s declaration for dangerous goods
• Documents
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Storage and loading procedures
• Storage and loading segregation
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Radioactive material (option)
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Staff of freight forwarders involved in processing cargo or mail (other than dangerous goods)

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level

How long

• 7 hours or 14 hours with radioactive materials

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 6
Operators & ground handling agents

Initial or recurrent training for operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff accepting dangerous goods.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Acceptance procedures

Course Content

• Responsabilities of shippers, airlines and cargo agents
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Identification of the 9 hazard classes and their key criteria
• Using of the dangerous goods list
• Application of the packing general requirements
• Check of labelling, markings and all other relevant documents
• Loading segregation
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Pilot’s notification
• Radioactive materials processing (optional)
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff accepting dangerous goods

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• Initial: 28h (35h w/ RRY)
• Recurrent: 14h (21h w/ RRY)

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 7
Operators & ground handling agents

Initial or recurrent training for operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff accepting cargo or mail (other than dangerous goods).

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods

Course Content

• IATA rules
• Limits
• Hazard labels and handling labels
• Shipper’s declaration for dangerous goods
• Documents
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff accepting cargo or mail (other than dangerous goods)

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• Initial: 14h
• Recurrent: 7h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 8
Operators & ground handling agents

Initial or recurrent training for operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo or mail and baggage.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Loading and storage procedures

Course Content

• IATA rules
• Hazard classes and divisions
• Hazard labels and handling labels
• Shipper’s declaration for dangerous goods
• Documents
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Storage and loading procedures
• Loading segregations
• Pilot’s notification
• Radioactive materials processing
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff accepting dangerous goods

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• 8a: 14 hours (w/ RRY)
• 8b: 7hours (w/o RRY)

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 9
Passenger handling staff

Initial or recurrent training for passenger handling staff.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels

Course Content

• IATA rules
• Hazard classes and divisions
• Hazard labels and handling labels
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Passenger handling staff

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• Initial: 6h
• Recurrent: 4h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 10
Flight crew members & load planners

Initial or recurrent training for flight crew members, loadmasters, load planners and flight operations officers/flight dispatchers.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Documents

Course Content

• IATA rules
• Hazard classes and divisions
• Hazard labels and handling labels
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Relevant documents
• Loading and storage procedures
• Loading segregations
• Radioactive materials processing
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Flight crew members, loadmasters, load planners and flight operations officers/flight dispatchers

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• 4 hours (flight crew members)
• 7 hours (load planners)

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 11
Crew members (other than flight crew members)

Initial or recurrent training for crew members (other than flight crew members).

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels

Course Content

• IATA rules
• Hazard classes and divisions
• Hazard labels and handling labels
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Crew members other than flight crew members

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• Initial: 6h
• Recurrent: 4h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 12
Security staff

initial or recurrent training for security staff who deal with the screening of passengers and their baggage and cargo, mail or stores, e.g. security screeners, their supervisors and the staff involved in implementing security procedures

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels

Course Content

• IATA rules
• Hazard classes and divisions
• Hazard labels and handling labels
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Security screeners, supervisors and staff involved in implementing security procedures

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• Initial: 6h
• Recurrent: 4h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 13
Operators & ground handling agents

Initial or recurrent training for operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff accepting cargo or mail (other than dangerous goods) working for carrier that do not hold an approval to carry Dangerous Goods.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Packings

Course Content

• General philosophy
• Limitations
• Labelling and marking
• Shipper’s declaration and other relevant documentation
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff accepting cargo or mail (other than dangerous goods)

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• Initial: 4h
• Recurrent: 4h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 4
Operators & ground handling agents

Initial or recurrent training for operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo or mail and baggage working for carrier that do not hold an approval to carry Dangerous Goods.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Packings

Course Content

• General philosophy
• Limitations
• Labelling and marking
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff accepting dangerous goods

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• Initial: 4h
• Recurrent: 4h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 15
Passenger handling staff

Initial or recurrent training for passenger handling staff working for carrier that do not hold an approval to carry Dangerous Goods.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Packings.

Course Content

• General philosophy
• Limitations
• Labelling and marking
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures.

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Passenger handling staff

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• Initial: 4h
• Recurrent: 4h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 16
Flight crew members & load planners

Initial or recurrent training for flight crew members, loadmasters, load planners and flight operations officers/flight dispatchers working for carrier that do not hold an approval to carry Dangerous Goods.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation IATA
• Identification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Knowledge of documents
• Packings.

Course Content

• General philosophy
• Limitations
• Labelling and marking
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures.

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Flight crew members, loadmasters, load planners and flight operations officers/flight dispatchers

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

How long

• Initial: 4h
• Recurrent: 4h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IATA DGR CAT. 17
Crew members (other than flight crew members)

Initial or recurrent training for crew members (other than flight crew members) working for carrier that do not hold an approval to carry Dangerous Goods.

Course Objectives

• Knowledge of IATA dangerous goods regulation
• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods.

Course Content

• General philosophy
• Limitations
• Labelling and marking
• Recognition of undeclared dangerous goods
• Provisions for passengers and crew
• Emergency procedures.

Certification

• Test
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 2 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

Who is it for

Crew members other than flight crew members

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

HOW LONG

• Initial: 4h
• Recurrent: 4h

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IMDG
1-day Awareness

Course objectives

• Be able to classify, package, to fill containers in accordance with the IMDG Code • Know and recognize the danger and handling labels
• Identify a package containing dangerous goods
• Stowage and separation procedures

Course Content

• The IMDG Code and the local regulations
• The classes of danger and the identification of contents
• The markings and labelling of packages and containers
• The packagings and IBCs
• The stuffing and separations in the dry containers
• Transport documents
• Separations and stowage of containers
• Limited quantities
• Road transport of approach to ports.

Certification

• Exam
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 5 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

WHO IS IT FOR

Staff of manufacturers and distributors of dangerous goods transported by sea.

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

HOW LONG

1 day

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

IMDG
2-day Awareness

Course objectives

• Be able to classify, package, to fill containers in accordance with the IMDG Code • Know and recognize the danger and handling labels
• Identify a package containing dangerous goods
• Stowage and separation procedures

Course content

• The IMDG Code and the local regulations
• The classes of danger and the identification of contents
• The markings and labelling of packages and containers
• The packagings and IBCs
• The stuffing and separations in the dry containers
• Transport documents
• Separations and stowage of containers
• Limited quantities
• Road transport of approach to ports

Certification

• Exam
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 5 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

WHO IS IT FOR

Staff of manufacturers and distributors of dangerous goods transported by sea.

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

HOW LONG

2 days

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available.

ADR
1-day Awareness

Course objectives

• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• Identify a package containing dangerous goods
• Handling, storage and loading of dangerous goods parcels
• Knowledge of transport by road

Course content

• Responsibilities
• Classification and identification of dangerous goods
• Packings and homologation
• Labelling and marking
• Transport documents
• Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
• Vehicles equipments
• Exemptions

Certification

• Exam
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 5 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

WHO IS IT FOR

Staff of manufacturers and distributors of dangerous goods transported by road.

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

HOW LONG

1 day

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available

ADR
2-day Awareness

Course objectives

• Knowledge of hazard labels and handling labels
• To identify a package containing dangerous goods
• Classification of dangerous goods
• Knowledge of packings
• Disposal concerning dangerous goods shipments transported by road

Course Content

• Responsibilities
• Penal sanctions
• Classification and identification of dangerous goods
• Packings and homologation
• Parcels, tanks, bulk, IBC
• Labelling and marking
• Transport documents
• Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
• Vehicles equipments
• Exemptions

Certification

• Exam
• Minimum grade required: 80%
• Validity: 5 years.

Additional information

The assessment process is based on the tests at the end of the training. To pass, students must succeed at least 80% of the test. The programs are updated on a yearly basis in order to keep improving the procedures.

WHO IS IT FOR

Staff of manufacturers and distributors of dangerous goods transported by road.

Prerequisites

• There are no prerequisites for this course
• Recommended level is Entry-level and Intermediate

HOW LONG

1 days

WHAT’S HOT

• Custom-made programs if needed
• Expert trainers
• Distance learning available

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