Professional Training

Committed to excellence in Aviation Security, Dangerous Goods and General training, our highly skilled and experienced team

help ensure that your staff are capable of providing excellent service in their fields.

 

Bespoke training solutions and packages to suit your company's needs.

Looking for a custom training program for your company to ensure that you meet legal requirements?

SACAA Approved Aviation Security and Dangerous Goods Regulations Courses

Professional Training is a recognised Aviation Security Training Organisation (CAA/10908/ASTO) and Dangerous Goods Aviation Training Organisation (CAA/DG/0031) by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA).

Awareness Training

Aviation Security Awareness Training is a requirement for all persons involved in commercial aviation. Each specific job category has specialised training, geared towards personnel’s specific job responsibilities. 

Dangerous Goods Regulations training is a Part 92 requirement for all personnel involved in passenger handling, screening, for flight crew, cabin crew, shippers and personnel who handle air freight, regardless if they work for a Regulated Agent or not.

 

All Awareness courses are valid for 24 months and need to be renewed after expiry.

General Aviation Security Awareness Training (ASAT)

General Awareness training required by Part 109 of the South African Civil Aviation Act.

Aviation Security Awareness Training (Cargo)

for Persons exercising Security Controls or who have access to Air Cargo.

Meets the requirements for training under Part 108 – Air Cargo Security – Regulated Agent and Known Consignor Training.

RPAS Aviation Security Awareness Training

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

Meets the requirements for security training required under Part 101 – Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems.

Dangerous Goods Regulations Training

Dangerous Goods Regulations courses for Categories 4,5,7,8,9,10,11,12

Meets the requirements for training under Part 92 – Conveyance of Dangerous Goods

Aviation Security Screener Training

Aviation Security Screener Training is for security personnel who work for an approved Screening Organisation under Part 110 of the Civil Aviation Act. 

A Screener needs to meet all the requirements for Screener Certification.

Screener training is valid for 12 months.

Dangerous Goods Regulations training is a requirement for all personnel who screen passengers, baggage and cargo. Training is valid for 24 months.

Aviation Security Screener Training

Level 1 – Passenger and Baggage Screener Training

Aviation Security Screener Training

Level 1 – Cargo Screener Training

X-Ray Image Recognition Training

X-Ray Image Recognition Training

(Initial and Refresher)

Passenger and Hold Baggage as well as Cargo X-Ray Image Recognition Training

Using the Simulscan System (IATA, TSA, EU and SACAA Approved)

Dangerous Goods Regulations Training

Dangerous Goods Regulations course for Category 12

Meets the requirements for training under Part 92 – Conveyance of Dangerous Goods

Aviation Security Screener Supervisor Training

Aviation Security Screener Supervisor training is for personnel who supervise Aviation Security Screeners.

In order to be a Screener Supervisor, you need to be a qualified screener first.

Training is valid for 24 months.

Dangerous Goods Regulations training is a requirement for all personnel who screen passengers, baggage and cargo and for the supervisors thereof.

Training is valid for 24 months.

Aviation Security Screener Supervisor Training

Level 2 – Passenger and Baggage Screener Supervisor Training

Aviation Security Screener Supervisor Training

Level 2 – Cargo Screener Supervisor Training

X-Ray Image Recognition Training

X-Ray Image Recognition Training

(Initial and Refresher)

Passenger and Hold Baggage as well as Cargo X-Ray Recognition Training

Using the Simulscan System (IATA, TSA, EU and SACAA Approved)

Dangerous Goods Regulations Training

Dangerous Goods Regulations course for Category 12

Meets the requirements for training under Part 92 – Conveyance of Dangerous Goods

Aviation Security Manager Training

Aviation Security Manager training is for those personnel who are responsible for managing the security functions of Airports, Airlines, Cargo, Stores, Mail, Supplies as well as for Designated Officials and Deputy Designated Officials of Regulated Agents.

Training is valid for 24 months.

Dangerous Goods Regulations training is a requirement for all personnel who have access to restricted areas of airports, airlines and who have access to known cargo areas.

Training is valid for 24 months.

Aviation Security Manager Training

Level 3 – Aviation Security Manager – Airports and Air Carriers Training

Aviation Security Manager Training

Level 3 – Aviation Security Manager – Cargo, Stores, Mail, Supplies Training

 

Note: Meets the requirements for Designated Official and Deputy Designated Official training required by Part 108 – Air Cargo Security of the Civil Aviation Act.

Dangerous Goods Regulations Training

Aviation Security Managers require a minimum qualification in Dangerous Goods Regulations (Category 12)

Dangerous Goods Regulations – Category 6 – enables managers to assist with the correct identification, classification and other Dangerous Goods Regulations requirements in their operation.

Meets the requirements for training under Part 92 – Conveyance of Dangerous Goods