The course is to familiarize with the Dangerous Goods (IATA)
The course is intended for personnel engaged in the movement, loading, and unloading of dangerous goods, but not involved in the shipment of such goods. This is a practical course designed to familiarize you with dangerous goods and the potential danger they pose to air transport in violation of the rules of work with them and inattention.
Duration: 1 day.
Course on acceptance of Dangerous Goods by air MABT (IATA) (for dangerous goods sent by air)
This course is intended for personnel who are engaged in the dispatch, packaging, receipt, and preparation for shipment of simple and dangerous goods or are somehow involved in this process as members of the helipad team. Upon completion of the course, a written exam is held, upon successful completion of which students receive a certificate of completion of the course. At the end of each day, students are given an independent task at home. For participation in the course, participants must be fluent in written and spoken English at an intermediate level. Students who successfully pass the exam are registered with the IATA in Montreal, Canada.
Duration: 3 days.
Course on the transport of Dangerous Goods by sea (IMO IMDG)
The course is designed for personnel who are engaged in the shipment, packaging, transfer, and acceptance of dangerous goods for transportation by sea. To participate in the course, students must be fluent in written and spoken English at an intermediate level.
Duration: 2 days.
A course on the transport of Dangerous Goods by Land Transport
This course is designed to provide a full course of training in the theoretical and practical part of the shipment of dangerous goods by road. During the course, you will be able to analyze the coding of dangerous goods and to study a systematic approach to the methods of packaging and documentation of dangerous goods for transportation by road transport. European legislation covers this training and is included in the course material.