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Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Air

Objective:

This 3-day course teaches about legislation, dangerous goods classifications, and packing, handling and loading practices among other related subject areas. Those who pass the Civil Aviation Authority exam at the end of the 3 days will become officially certified.

International law requires that all staff involved in the shipping, packing, documentation, carriage or handling of Dangerous Goods by Air must be trained to the required level listed in the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air.

In-company-training

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Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Air - Radioactive Materials

Those who solely ship radioactive dangerous goods need only attend the Radioactive Materials by Air course. The certificate will reflect that it only applies to radioactive shipments and is valid for two years.

For those involved with other classes of dangerous goods as well, it is necessary to hold both Dangerous Goods by Air and Radioactive Materials by Air certificates. To maintain approval it is necessary to attend and successfully pass both revalidation courses. 

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Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Air - Refresher Course

Objective:

This refresher course maintains continuity of the qualification. It includes an overview of the International Air Transport Association (IATA) manual, emergency procedures, and packing, loading and handling procedures.

International law requires that all staff involved in the shipping, packing, documentation, carriage or handling of Dangerous Goods by Air must be trained to the required level listed in the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air.

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Carriage of Dangerous Goods for Air, Road and Sea

AIR (IATA) – Legislation requires that all staff involved in the packing, documentation or handling of dangerous
goods by air complete a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approved training course. SEA (IMDG) – The regulations require that all shore based staff involved with the transport of dangerous goods by sea require training. This includes those who prepare documentation, classify, pack, mark, label and prepare
shipments of dangerous goods. ROAD (ADR) – Training is required for all staff who may classify, pack, mark, or label dangerous goods which will be consigned by road. 

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Carriage of Lithium Batteries

Objective:

This course focuses on the transportation of lithium batteries and covers all modes of transportation. This course will enable students to have a thorough understanding of the relevant regulations, which includes how to apply the special provisions, marking and labelling the shipments, completing the relevant documentation as well as handling an emergency response and relevant reporting procedure.


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CPC Case Study Revision Course

Stirling, Leeds + 6 more

Success in achieving the CPC Case Study examination relies on a candidate’s ability to effectively interpret the knowledge they have learned, and apply it to an examination scenario.

 

Objective:

The objective of the case study revision course is to provide support by offering advice and exam techniques, which will assist candidates to fully prepare for the written examination.

This is a workshop led environment exercising sample case study scenarios and questions, coupled with guidance from the CPC tutor.

 

Locations:

Belfast, Bristol, Leamington Spa, Leeds, Liverpool, Milton Keynes, Stirling, Tunbridge Wells, In-company training.

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CPC Distance Learning

There are 3 options available; Bronze, Silver and Gold offering incremental levels of support. The FTA CPC notes cover the OCR (Oxford, Cambridge and RSA Examinations) and City & Guilds syllabuses.

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CPC Refresher for Freight Operators

Stirling, Oxford + 11 more

Objective:

This course has been developed for transport professionals who would like refresher training on the key operational areas within the CPC syllabus, incorporating any recent changes to legislation.

Locations:

Belfast, Bristol, Cardiff, Derby, Doncaster, Glasgow, Ipswich, Leamington Spa, Leeds, Milton Keynes, Newcastle, Oxford, Stevenage, Stirling, Stoke-on-Trent, Swansea, Tunbridge Wells, Warrington, In-Company training

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CPC Refresher for Passenger Operators

Tunbridge Wells, Bristol

Objective:

This course has been developed for holders of the Transport Manager CPC for Passenger Operators who require refresher training on the key operational areas within the CPC syllabus, incorporating any recent changes to legislation.

Locations:

Bristol, Leamington Spa, Leeds, Tunbridge Wells, In-company training

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Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser (DGSA)

Leeds, Tunbridge Wells

Objective:

This 5-day course is for Dangerous Goods Safety Advisers (DGSA) seeking revalidation and individuals wishing to attain DGSA qualification. It covers legal responsibilities in respect of the carriage of dangerous goods.

 Subject to certain concessions, companies involved in the carriage or related loading of dangerous goods by road must appoint an appropriately qualified Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser (DGSA). Personnel wishing to be employed as Dangerous Goods Safety Advisers should attend this course.

Locations:

Leamington Spa, Leeds, Stirling, Tunbridge Wells, In-company training

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