Cargo Manager (CM)

Equivalent to old Level G (inc. Visual Inspection, Hand Search, X-Ray and ETD) Recurrent
£65.00 exc. VAT
This course is only available to our contracted customers.
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  • 1 The threat to aviation
  • 2 Aviation security – Organisation and legislation
  • 3 Protecting air cargo - Warehouse
  • 4 Protecting air cargo - Drivers
  • 6 Reacting to and reporting of suspicious circumstances and security incidents
  • 7 Security controls for air cargo
  • 8 Warehouse acceptance and dispatch of air cargo
  • 9 Prohibited articles
  • 10 Methods of concealment
  • 11 Overview of screening methods and selection of the most appropriate method
  • 12 Visual inspection
  • 13 Hand search
  • 14 X-ray
  • 16 Explosive Trace Detection
  • 20 The Supervisor
  • 21 Security managers
Cargo Manager (CM) - Managers need training drawn from the relevant parts of modules 1-21. Note that if a manager is also involved in operative or supervisor activities they will require full training as for an operative or supervisor as well.

This course includes modules:
1 Threat to Aviation
2 Aviation security – Organisation and legislation
3 Protecting air cargo - Warehouse
4 Protecting air cargo - Drivers
6 Reacting to and reporting of suspicious circumstances and security incidents
7 Security controls for air cargo
8 Warehouse acceptance and dispatch of air cargo
9 Prohibited articles
10 Methods of concealment
11 Overview of screening methods and selection of the most appropriate method
12 Visual inspection
13 Hand search
14 X-ray
16 Explosive Trace Detection (ETD)
20 The Supervisor
21 Security Manager

Course Aims and Objectives:
To ensure that all persons who have access to secure air cargo or mail understand their role and responsibilities in relation to keeping air cargo and mail secure.
To provide persons who apply security controls to air cargo and mail with the knowledge and skills needed to undertake their duties effectively.
To provide persons who screen air cargo and mail with the knowledge and skills needed to deliver effective screening.
To provide those supervising and managing persons carrying out screening or other applying security controls for air cargo or mail with the relevant knowledge and skills to provide effective security in accordance with the relevant legislation.

Note: All trainees must complete the Practical Element (1 hour) before the certificate is issued. This can be found under classroom training and are run every other week.

Online training courses can only be booked for your own use. Booking for multiple participants or for anyone other than yourself is only available to contracted customers.

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