Course aims & objectives
For In-Flight Supplies Supervisor (Non-Screener), including those with access to identifiable IFS, who take part in the completion of final search, and/or take part in searching of the vehicle load compartment, and and have responsibility for local implementation of the NASP
This course requires a practical session to be certified on screener modules, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 020 8831 0724 to arrange the required practical class.
To familiarise trainees with the nature of the threat to aviation and the basic security measures in place to counter that threat.
For trainees to understand their role and responsibilities in relation to the security of In-flight Supplies.
For persons working in the In-flight Supplies environment to learn about the context and requirements within which they will operate
Modules Included and Aims:
Module 1 – Threat to Aviation – To ensure the trainees know the threat to the aviation industry
Module 2 – Security in the Aviation Industry – To give trainees a basic understanding of the organisation of aviation security and the role they play to contribute to security.
Module 3 – The Trainee's Role – To explain what the trainee MUST do to support a robust and resilient aviation security culture.
Module 5 – Overview of In-Flight Supplies – To ensure the trainees understand the nature of In-flight supplies. Please be aware that a practical session will be needed to be certified on this module.
Module 12 – Final Search – To ensure that trainees understand the requirements for final search. Please be aware that a practical session will be needed to be certified on this module.
Module 13 – Dispatch – To ensure that trainees understand the requirements for dispatching secure IFS.
Module 16 – The Role of the Supervisor – To ensure trainees know the role of the supervisor.
Module 17 – Local Site Security Representative – To ensure the trainees understand their responsibilities for implementing the National Aviation Security Programme at a local level.
Please Note: Managers with responsibility for implementing the NASP at National Level must be trained under the Aviation Security Manager's Syllabus.
Bespoke combinations of modules and classroom dates are available, please contact us to discuss.