The Air Dangerous Goods online course is a narrated and interactive course that mirrors the structure of the classroom course provided by CIFFA. To complete the course, students MUST have a recent edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. This training is required every two years, to maintain compliance and should occur within the calendar year of the Training Certificate's expiration date. CIFFA is an IATA and FIATA/ICAO Authorized Training School (ATS), and as such meets their stringent requirements and high standards. Our program also meets the requirements of the Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and Regulations.
A FIATA/ICAO dangerous goods certificate is issued upon successful completion of this course which is recognized by IATA agents.
• Certification: FIATA/ICAO recurrent certificate
• Examinations: Administered on successful completion on each lesson. A passing grade of 80% is required
Proof of Initial training completed within the last 24 months must be provided.
Students are given 3 weeks to complete the course. On the following topics:
Responsibilities, Using DGR book, Classification, List of Dangerous Goods, Packing, UN packaging specification, Marking and Labelling, Documentation, Handling, Limitation, Security Provisions, Emergency Procedures, Canadian Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (including basic Emergency Procedures- 8 to 10 hours of dedicated study time is expected in this course.
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