The Dangerous Goods Air Certification course has been created to confirm your knowledge of all safety and practical aspects of accepting dangerous goods for air transport. This course will also allow you to gain a sound understanding of all legal requirements which apply to the job.
The basic processes and procedures involved in preparing dangerous goods for air transport.
Classification of dangerous goods, including the properties and risks of each dangerous goods class/division.
Identification of dangerous goods through use of labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS’s).
Use of the Dangerous Goods List included in the IATA Regulations.
Packaging, marking and labelling requirements for air transport.
Documentation requirements, including Shippers Declarations and Air Waybills.
Getting dangerous goods to the airport, including road transport rules and safety procedures.
Acceptance procedures and use of acceptance checklists.
Preparing packages for air transport, including determining compatibility, consolidating and restraining.
Transport considerations for dangerous goods, including airline procedures and documentation, dangerous goods allowed as carry-on and checked luggage, and identification of hidden/undeclared/misdeclared dangerous goods.
Basic emergency procedures and reporting of hazards.
This course meets all requirements outlined by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) for personnel who consign or accept dangerous goods in accordance with IATA Regulations. Assessment is against the applicable regulatory and industry standards.
This certification course is internationally accepted.
All components of this course are 100% online.
Who should complete this training?
This training is appropriate for workers who wish to obtain a qualification to ship or accept dangerous goods to be transported by air. It is suitable for shippers working in any country where IATA Regulations are followed during air transport of dangerous goods.
As part of this course, learners will have access to:
An online Learners Guide which includes eight modules. The Learners Guide provides all required theoretical information in a user-friendly and interactive online format. Each module also includes a range of self-test questions, which help you to check your learning as you go.
An online simulation of the Dangerous Goods List used by workers to find what rules and regulations apply to each dangerous good being transported by air.
A theory assessment which tests each student’s understanding of the information provided in the Learners Guide.
A documentation and labelling assessment which must be printed, completed and sent back to us via online upload.
Units of Competency
This short course module may include the following Units of Competency, which form part of a full certificate qualification:
AVID2001 - Accept dangerous goods for air transport TLID3015 – Identify and label explosives and dangerous goods TLIE3004 - Prepare workplace documents
For more information, or for customisation options, please call us on 1800 695 423.
What will I get once I have completed this course?
Once learners have successfully completed all components of this course, a Statement of Attainment which shows the relevant units of competency will be sent to the learner via email within 30 days.
Candidates may also wish to obtain a plastic wallet card as portable, convenient proof of training. These can be purchased for a small additional fee by clicking here.
This course has been approved by CASA, and is internationally accepted.