It is a legal requirement that all those involved in the consigning, handling and packaging of Dangerous Goods By Air are required to hold the IATA recognised qualification. This includes shippers, freight-forwarders, cargo agents and acceptance staff.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) publish the Dangerous Goods Regulations each year, which is widely accepted as the industry standard. Llewellyn Europe instructors are approved to run IATA Dangerous Goods training Initial and Refresher Courses.
Our Initial IATA dangerous goods training course is for those with little or no training experience. It is a three day course covering the following:
It is a legal requirement that all those involved in the handling and packaging of Dangerous Goods By Air are retrained every 24 months to refresh their existing knowledge and to be made aware of any new developments. Our Refresher training course usually takes one to two days, covering the following:
Upon completion of either our Initial or Refresher training courses, we present successful candidates with a Certificate containing a CAA student registration number. This in turn authorises them to legally ship dangerous goods by air.
All payments are safe, no credit or debit card details will be stored so you are safe in the knowledge that you are protected. Notice required for any cancellations. Please read our booking terms and conditions for training courses.
IATA Dangerous goods by Air – Initial Training
For persons sending dangerous goods by air, this is a 3 day initial course designed for shippers, packers, freight forwarders, operators and ground handling agents.
IATA Dangerous goods by Air – Revalidation Training
For persons sending dangerous goods by air, this is a 2 day refresher course designed for shippers, packers, freight forwarders, operators and ground handling agents.