The IATA ULD Regulations (ULDR) provides a simple point of reference for common technical and operational standards, regulatory requirements, and carrier requirements applicable to overall ULD operations. This course meets the training requirements as per the ULD Regulations Table 1.6.A
This practical course gives you the expertise to implement a successful Safety Management System (SMS) in your airline with the latest tools and processes. Gain the skills to implement a phased and manageable workload that will allow you to comply with regulatory requirements.
This course reflects progress on SMS practical knowledge as well as conceptual thinking since 2006, both resulting from shared industry experiences, including the latest requirements regarding safety culture and the enhanced protection for safety data and safety information included in the second edition of Annex 19.
You will learn about the regulatory framework applicable to the airline industry from both a public and private international law perspective and gain an overview of the major international legal instruments and roles of institutional players in domestic, regional and international aviation regulation.
In this course, you will acquire techniques and strategies to plan robust CBTA-compliant dangerous goods training programs. You will learn how to develop training sessions, impart knowledge through active learning, sequence learning activities to ensure an effective mix and flow, and conclude training sessions with an emphasis on a competency-focused approach.