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Egmont Aviation Flight School offers a wide range of training programs from PPL to ATPL EASA for both beginners & experienced pilots/instructors who want to improve their skills. Conversion programs are also available. The training is conducted in accordance with European standards & upon completion is confirmed by EASA licenses.
Last Updated:
04-12-2023
Company / Seller:
Location:
Llubjana
Europe
Slovenia
DGR CAT 9,11,12 Recurrent Training with Telepath Academy
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Last Updated:
09-02-2024
Company / Seller:
Location:
Antalya
Europe
Turkey
DGR CAT 9,11,12 Initial Training with Telepath Academy
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Last Updated:
09-02-2024
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Location:
Antalya
Europe
Turkey
DGR CAT 5,8 Recurrent Training with Telepath Academy
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Last Updated:
09-02-2024
Company / Seller:
Location:
Antalya
Europe
Turkey
DGR CAT 5,8 Initial Training with Telepath Academy
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Last Updated:
09-02-2024
Company / Seller:
Location:
Antalya
Europe
Turkey
DGR CAT 4,7 Recurrent Training from Telepath Academy
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Last Updated:
09-02-2024
Company / Seller:
Location:
Antalya
Europe
Turkey
DGR CAT 4,7 Initial Training with Telepath Academy
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Last Updated:
09-02-2024
Company / Seller:
Location:
Antalya
Europe
Turkey
DGR CAT 10 Recurrent Training with Telepath Academy
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Last Updated:
09-02-2024
Company / Seller:
Location:
Antalya
Europe
Turkey
DGR CAT 10 Initial Training with Telepath Academy
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Last Updated:
09-02-2024
Company / Seller:
Location:
Antalya
Europe
Turkey
DGR CAT 1,2,3,6 Recurrent Training with Telepath Academy
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Last Updated:
09-02-2024
Company / Seller:
Location:
Antalya
Europe
Turkey
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Airport operators play a crucial role in controlling and managing dangerous goods that are transported on aircraft. This is done to ensure the safety of passengers, crew, and the aircraft itself. Training for airport operators in this area involves understanding and implementing regulations and procedures set by aviation authorities, as well as acquiring the knowledge and skills needed to handle, store, and transport dangerous goods. Airport operators receive training on relevant international and national regulations related to dangerous goods, such as those provided by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the International Air Transport Association (IATA), and national aviation authorities (e.g., the Federal Aviation Administration in the United States). Understanding the classification criteria for dangerous goods, which are categorized based on their inherent hazards, and how to properly identify these goods. Training on the correct packaging, labeling, and marking of dangerous goods to ensure their safe transport. This includes the use of proper labels, placards, and packaging materials. Airport operators must learn how to complete and verify shipping documents for dangerous goods, ensuring they meet regulatory requirements. Training in how to handle and store dangerous goods safely, including segregating incompatible materials, managing temperature-sensitive items, and providing adequate ventilation. Understanding emergency response procedures for incidents involving dangerous goods, including how to initiate a response and evacuate areas if necessary. Training on security protocols to prevent unauthorized access to dangerous goods and how to conduct inspections to detect discrepancies or undeclared dangerous goods. Learning how to effectively communicate with shippers, carriers, and authorities regarding dangerous goods, as well as how to report any incidents or non-compliance with regulations. Familiarity with the airport’s specific procedures and protocols related to dangerous goods handling and reporting. Ongoing training and periodic refresher courses to keep operators updated on changes in regulations and best practices. Conducting regular emergency drills and exercises to practice response and evacuation procedures in the event of a dangerous goods-related incident. Controlling dangerous goods at airports is a collaborative effort involving multiple stakeholders, including airport operators, airlines, cargo handlers, and regulatory agencies. Airport operators are responsible for ensuring that their facilities and personnel adhere to safety regulations and best practices in managing dangerous goods. This includes preventing the loading of prohibited or undeclared hazardous materials onto aircraft, which is essential for maintaining the safety of air travel.