#IATATraining set to expand course locations


(Posted 29th March 2023)


IATA Training Updates


Dear ATCNews Readers, 
We are expanding our training network so you can continue to expand your knowledge! IATA Training gives you first-class access to specialized courses for excelling in your aviation career. Check out our new partners, featured webinars and other hot topics that will keep you ahead of the curve on the latest news in the industry.
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NEW Partner Schools Close To You
We are excited to partner with experts across the globe to provide the most comprehensive training in the aviation industry!
Istanbul IGA Airport
Istanbul, Turkey
Insignia College
Vancouver, Canada
Kenya Aeronautical College
Nairobi, Kenya
Skydream Academy
Cairo, Egypt
Chitkara University
Chandigarh, India
Incheon Airport Aviation Academy
Incheon, Korea
T3 Aviation Academy
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Falcon Wings Aviation
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Neerja School of Aviation
Maharashtra, India
Harris Air Training School
Lagos, Nigeria
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Discover what is relevant in the aviation industry today and in the near future! Learn from the experts themselves: you’ll gain valuable insight into the issues and topics concerning aviation today by signing up for one of our on-demand webinars.
Responding to Events of Unauthorized Drones
Learn best practices to ensure better preparedness and response to unauthorized drones.
Managing Security Risks Associated with Unauthorized Drones
Explore how to carry out a thorough assessment of the security threats associated with unauthorized drone operations at any specific airport.
Sustainable Airport Development
Watch a panel of leading industry experts discuss sustainability principles and architectural considerations for airport design and how are airports addressing the net zero challenge.
The Importance of Environmental Management Systems (EMS) for Aviation
Explores how an EMS can help companies improve their environmental sustainability performance and IATA experts discuss the trends for airlines, airports, cargo facilities and GSPs.
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The adopted revised provisions for dangerous goods training to incorporate a CBTA approach have become mandatory for dangerous goods training as of January 1, 2023. Obtain or renew your DG certificate following the CBTA approach.
Our Latest Additions:
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IATA manuals are published annually to stay up-to-date with the latest state and carrier regulations, industry trends, and best practices. As a result, in order to comply with the new regulations that came into effect January 1, 2023 and to sustain the safe and efficient transport of air cargo, you should ensure to use the latest edition.
Comply with new regulations
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