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Businesses in airline manufacturing and flight control, among others, may hire students who have studied aviation. This field deals with the practical aspects of air travel, such as design, use and environmental impact. It also includes study in engineering and physics.
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The educational program of IATA, Cargo and Dangerous Goods Regulations is composed of a training course, related to the transfer of loads in the field of aviation. The program focuses on the full understanding and application in practice of the IATA‘s manual, Dangerous Goods Regulations for Air Transport.
Graduates and holders of the Diploma IATA / FIATA Introductory have all the necessary knowledge and skills for careers in the freight sector. They are able to make arrangements and bookings for international transport. Have the ability to calculate correct values and corresponding charges for General Cargo & Special Cargo. To response with correct and useful advices to customers for transport goods. Finally be able to complete the air waybill under the regulations and procedures of IATA.
IATA / FIATA Cargo Introductory Course
One of the top priorities of aviation is the specialized training of cabin crew. Graduates and holders of the IATA Aviation Cabin Crew Diploma have the ability to move in on a market that offers unique experiences, benefits and immediate restoration in both airlines and on foreign companies. The program is designed by IATA and covers all those necessary skills and knowledge relating to the profession in relation to the life-saving equipment, the procedures followed by caregivers within an aircraft and passenger service issues.
Cabin Crews who are out of currency due to absence from flying duties for a period of more than 5 years and Cabin Crews who hold a non-European Cabin Crew qualification can now easily convert to EASA CABIN CREW ATTESTATION.
The course includes all theoretical and practical training as per EU 290/2012, Annex V, and Appendix 1 to Part CC.