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Gargo Training Programs

Airport Cargo operations: Air cargo is any property carried or to be carried in an aircraft. Air cargo comprises air freight, air express and airmail.

Courses:

Basic cargo/Mail skills and procedure

Duration: 5 days

Prerequisite: None

Target Group: Cargo operations and ground handling staff, shippers, cargo agents, consolidators, freight forwarders, and other agencies involved in the transport of cargo including agents, supervisors and managers.

Content:

  • Cargo industry regulations
  • World geography
  • Cargo IMP codes
  • Cargo booking process, acceptance and customer service
  • Special cargo handling
  • Cargo loading and unloading
  • Cargo security, process and documentation
  • Aircraft capabilities (ULD/bulk load, compartment ventilation)
  • Air way bill

Objectives:

After completing this course the candidate is expected to:

  1. Understand air cargo expressions and terms
  2. Understand country and carrier regulations
  3. Learn how to use IATA’s Air Cargo Tariff and Rules (TACT) manual
  4. Complete the air waybill according to IATA’s standards
  5. Handling cargo consignments involving special cargo
  6. Gain experience in quality of service to customers

Instruction method and training aids:

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at the customer’s location in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  1. CBI with projection
  2. Demonstration

Examinations

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge

Recurrent

The recurrent course of (Basic cargo/Mail skills and procedure) is 2 days period.

Cargo skills and procedures (advanced/comprehensive)

Duration: 5 days

Prerequisite: Basic cargo skills and procedures

Target Group: Cargo operations and ground handling staff, shippers, cargo agents, consolidators, freight forwarders, and other agencies involved in the transport of cargo including agents, supervisors and managers.

Content:

  • Air cargo operations
  • Loading safety and ULD types
  • Customs procedures and legal aspects
  • Interline rules and procedures
  • Cargo technology from systems, electronic, airway bill and E-freight
  • Cargo process simulation

Objectives:

After completing this course the candidate is expected to:

  1. Understand the regulations and acceptance limit of air cargo
  2. Apply aircraft loading procedures and safety regulations
  3. Understand dangerous goods regulations (DGR) and every type of special cargo
  4. Rate all cargo shipments, including special rates and unit load device (ULD) rates

Instruction method and training aids:

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at the customer’s location in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  1. CBI with projection
  2. Demonstration

Examinations

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge.

Recurrent

The recurrent course of (Cargo skills and procedures (advanced/comprehensive) is 3 days period.

Live Animals Regulations

Duration: 3 days

Prerequisite: Basic cargo knowledge.

Target Group: Cargo operations and ground handling staff, Cargo operations and station managers responsible for the safe transport of live animals, shipper, cargo agents, consolidators, freight forwarders and other agencies involved in the air transport of live animals, instructional designers and instructor responsible for cargo training.

Content:

  • Introduction to IATA LAR manual
  • Shipper, operator and carrier responsibilities and regulations
  • Government and CITES regulations
  • Required facilities at origin, transit and destination stations
  • Behavior and classification of live animals
  • Container requirements and Handling procedures
  • Aircraft capabilities ( door/hold size, ventilation and temperature control)
  • Life science logistics for laboratory animals
  • Convention of International trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora

Objectives:

After completing this course the candidate is expected to:

  1. Ensure the safety and welfare of animals on the ground and in the air
  2. Understand the principles of container design for live animals
  3. Assess the quantity of animals to be carried on the aircraft
  4. implement procedures to handle emergency situations

Instruction method and training aids:

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at the customer’s location in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  1. CBI with projection
  2. Demonstration

Examinations

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge.

Recurrent

The recurrent course of (Live Animals Regulations) is 3 days period.

Temperature Sensitive Perishable Cargo Regulations

Duration: 3 days

Prerequisite: Basic cargo knowledge.

Target Group: shippers, freight forwarders, airlines and personnel who have sound working knowledge of applicable logistics and transport methodologies within their organizations.

Content:

  • Introduction to IATA PCR manual
  • Food safety and countries
  • Perishable classification, facts, types and packaging
  • Handling procedure and handling facilities
  • Aircraft capabilities (ventilation and temperature control)
  • Claims and tracing

Objectives:

After completing this course the candidate is expected to:

  1. Improve time and temperature-sensitive cargo management
  2. Update latest industry types of perishable commodities transported by air
  3. Identify new market opportunities
  4. Apply the current Shipping Perishable Cargo Guidelines

Instruction method and training aids:

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at the customer’s location in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  1. CBI with projection
  2. Demonstration

Examinations

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge.

Recurrent

The recurrent course of (Live Animals Regulations) is 1 days period.

Air Cargo Management

Duration: 3 days

Prerequisite: None.

Target population: This course is designed for entry-level and professionals including all cargo and airline staff members.

Content:

  • Air cargo market and e-cargo
  • Sales management
  • Customer service and cargo marketing
  • Planning and strategy
  • Technical implementation (IT support, training, etc…)

Objectives:

After completing this course the candidate is expected to:

  1. enhancing the knowledge of cargo industry
  2. The ability to Reduce operating costs
  3. Building effective strategies and plans to maximize the benefits
  4. Improve your competitive performance with exceptional management tools

Instruction method and training aids:

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at the customer’s location in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  1. CBI with projection
  2. Demonstration

Examinations

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge.

Air Cargo Security

Duration: 3 days

Prerequisite: None

Target Group: This course is designed for security staff and management involved in cargo duties or monitoring cargo service process.

Content:

  • Security threats to civil aviation
  • Security regulatory authorities
  • Mail security
  • Air cargo definitions and Cargo security principles
  • Cargo terminal access controls
  • IOSA cargo security standards
  • Bomb threats procedures

Objectives:

After completing this course the candidate is expected to:

  1. Understand the principals of the air cargo chain to identify potential security risks
  2. Review the national civil aviation security programs
  3. ability to manage day-to-day and emergency situations in simulation exercises

Instruction method and training aids:

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at the customer’s location in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  1. CBI with projection
  2. Demonstration

Examinations

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge.

Managing Air Cargo Operations

Duration: 3 days

Prerequisite: None

Target Group: This course is designed for airlines and ground operations personnel responsible and involved in cargo services.

Content:

  • Competitive forces that shape air cargo industry
  • Operations strategy and building a vision
  • Trends in cargo technology and finance
  • Negotiating service
  • Human factors at workplace and performance management
  • Training for transformation, process and facility design

Objectives:

After completing this course the candidate is expected to:

  1. Understand the cargo operations management framework
  2. Develop and implement effective operations using lean six sigma best practices, tools
  3. Develop your management, finance, negotiation and planning skills

Instruction method and training aids:

This training can be provided either at TAT Training Organization or at the customer’s location in the form of stand-up lecture using:

  1. CBI with projection
  2. Demonstration

Examinations

All personnel will undergo evaluation or testing by written or practical means as applicable to demonstrate adequate knowledge.