Aviation Security

These courses meet the training requirements for Part 109


 

General Aviation Security Awareness Training

General Awareness training required by Part 109.

General training for:

  1. airport police;
  2. immigration and border police;
  3. airport management and staff;
  4. aircraft operator ground staff;
  5. aircraft operator flight and cabin crew;
  6. regulated agents and known consignors;
  7. mail staff;
  8. general aviation (GA) and aerial work (AW) staff;
  9. fuel company managers and supervisors;
  10. protocol and other VIP handling agencies;
  11. customs and agriculture personnel;
  12. airport concessionaires and tenants; and
  13. persons other than passengers requiring unescorted access to security restricted areas and not falling into other

For Awareness Courses (except where otherwise stated), the following is applicable:  Initial Course:  6 hours. Validity: 2 years.

Refresher Training: min. 3 hours.

Aviation Security Awareness Training (Cargo)

For persons implementing security controls for cargo, mail, air carrier mail and materials, in-flight supplies and airport supplies and persons having access to identifiable air cargo or identifiable air mail.

 

Recommended for any person who has authority to sign Consignment Security Declarations under Part 108.

 

Initial Course: 1 day. Validity: 2 years. Refresher Training: min. 3 hours.

RPAS Aviation Security Awareness Training

Aviation Security Awareness for RPAS/ UAV / Drone Operators and staff.

For pilots and all personnel employed in the deployment, handling, and storage of RPAS as required by Part 101

Level 1 - Aviation Security Screener Training

Aviation Security Screener (Passenger and Baggage)

For personnel implementing screening of persons, cabin baggage, items carried and hold baggage.

 

Aviation Security Screener (Cargo, Store, Mail, Supplies)

For personnel implementing screening of cargo, mail, air carrier mail and materials, in-flight supplies and airport supplies.

 

For all Screeners the following is applicable: Initial Course: 40 hours - 20 hours theoretical, 20 hours practical, simulation and Computer Based training, followed by 10 days On-the-Job training for each applicable screening method the Screener has been trained in.

Validity: 1 year. Refresher Training: 40 hours, including 16 hours of practical, simulation and Computer Based training.

Level 2 - Aviation Screener Supervisor Training

Aviation Security Supervisor (Passenger and Baggage)

For personnel who are supervising those implementing screening of persons, cabin baggage, items carried and hold baggage.

 

Aviation Security Supervisor (Cargo, Store, Mail, Supplies)

For personnel who are supervising those implementing screening of cargo, mail, air carrier mail and materials, in- flight supplies and airport supplies.

 

For all Screener Supervisors the following is applicable: They need to be Qualified Screeners.

Initial Course: 40 hours classroom theoretical training. Validity: 1 year. Refresher Training: Minimum of 40 hours classroom theoretical training, which shall include 8 hours of practical and Computer Based Training.

Level 3 - Aviation Security Manager Training

Aviation Security Management (Airport and Air Carrier)

For personnel who are Security Managers at airports and air carriers.

 

Aviation Security Management (Cargo)

For personnel who are Security Managers of Air Cargo and who are responsible for the management of security controls for Air Freight. (also for Part 108 - Designated Officials, Deputy Designated Officials).

 

For all Security Managers the following is applicable: Initial Course: 40 hours classroom theoretical training. Validity: 2 years. Refresher Training: Minimum of 20 hours classroom theoretical training.