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Aviation Security Recurrent

Aviation Security Recurrent

The Security Recurrent Course is a refresher to keep crews up to date with current security measures and methods for dealing with any situations that may occur. Each section discussed in more detail and aimed at those with previous experience.

Course Duration: 3.5 Hours
Schedule: Wednesdays (Mondays January - February), 13.00 - 16.30

Syllabus:

  • Module 1 - Threat to Aviation
    Unit aim: To ensure the trainees know the importance of the threat to the aviation industry
  • Module 2 - International and National Objectives of AviationSecurity and Legislation
    Unit aim: To ensure the trainees know how international agreements fit with national and local organisation of aviation security
  • Module 3 - General Security Awareness
    Unit aim: For the trainee to recognise their personal responsibility in contributing to aviation security
  • Module 4 - Searching / Checking Aircraft*
    Unit aim: For trainees to be able to perform an aircraft security search/check
  • Module 5 - Protecting Aircraft
    Unit aim: To ensure trainees know their responsibility in relation to prohibited articles
  • Module 6 - Prohibited Articles
    Unit aim: To ensure trainees know their responsibility in relation to prohibited articles
  • Module 7 - Onboard Security
    Unit aim: To ensure trainees are able to manage security onboard

     

In compliance with:

  • RC No 300/2008 (as retained in UK Law)
  • EU 2015/1998, 11.2.3.7 (as retained in UK Law)
  • EU 2015/1998, 11.2.3.8 (as retained in UK Law)
  • EU 2015/1998, 11.2.6.2 (as retained in UK Law)
  • AMC1 ORO.GEN.110(a)**

*Note: To meet the DfT requirements for security training the operator will need to complete practical aircraft type specific training to ensure the trainee is familiar with the areas that they will be required to search and check.

**with exception of AMC1 ORO.GEN.110(a) (d)