The primary objective of international aviation security is to ensure the protection and safety of passengers, crew, ground personnel, the general public, aircraft and facilities of an airport serving civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference perpetrated on the ground or in flight. This is carried out through a combination of measures and the marshalling of various human and material resources on an international, national and airport level. The implementation of a security policy is based upon security programmes at each of these levels.
An air operator’s security management programmes is a programme consisting of requirements and/or standards adopted for the purpose of safeguarding international civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference. The Security Programme of an operator is compliant with the requirements of applicable civil aviation security authorities in the State of the Operator and states where operations are conducted. In addition to these, airlines wishing to gain and maintain IOSA must have well developed aviation security programmes in line with requirements set out by IOSA.
Personnel from Civil Aviation Authority, air operator, airport, ANS provider, maintenance organisation, insurance or other operational professionals.
Workshop Duration: 4 days.
Location: Various locations – In-house available.
Fee: $1575.00 USD
10% Discount when 6 or more participants from the same company (on the same invoice) are registered.
5% Discount when 3 - 5 participants from the same company (on the same invoice) are registered.
Customised in-house training also available.
Our courses can be delivered to your offices and tailored to your organisation's needs. If you have a group of 5 or more individuals for this course, please contact us and we will provide you with information about bringing this course to your offices at a time convenient for you and your staff.
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