2023 - News on coming changes to our IATA DGR courses. More details will be released later. Watch out for it before the end of the year.
Our new courses will be in compliance with the Competency Based Training and Assessment Approach (CBTA) as required by the ICAO TI and our CAAS’ Advisory Circular.
Read the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS)’s Advisory Circular AC DGR-12 (Rev 0) dated 1 June 2022 on the subject of CBTA Dangerous Goods Training Programmes. Visit their website at www.caas.gov.sg
With reference to the above advisory and the International Civil Aviation Organization’s Annex 18 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation and in its Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air (Doc 9284 as amended) and Appendix H in the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations’ 63rd edition, our courses for 2023 will be as described in H.6.1 to H.6.10.
Course H.6.1 Function: Personnel Responsible for Preparing Dangerous Goods Consignments Course H.6.2 Function: Personnel Responsible for Processing or Accepting Goods Presented as General Cargo Course H.6.3 Function: Personnel Responsible for Processing or Accepting Dangerous Goods Consignments
Course H.6.4 Function: Personnel Responsible for Handling Cargo in a Warehouse, Loading and Unloading Unit Load Devices and Loading and Unloading Aircraft Cargo Compartments
Course H.6.5 Function: Personnel Responsible for Accepting Passenger and Crew Baggage, Managing Aircraft Boarding Areas and other Functions Involving Direct Passenger Contact at an Airports
Course H.6.6 Function: Personnel Responsible for the Planning of Aircraft Loading Course H.6.7 Function: Flight Crew. Course H.6.8 Function: Flight Operations Officers and Flight Dispatchers. Course H.6.9 Function: Cabin Crew.
Course H.6.10 Function: Personnel Responsible for the Screening of Passengers and Crew and their Baggage, Cargo and Mail.