Dangerous Goods & Excepted Quantities by Air | e-learning

10 Modules | 10 Hours plus Test |IATA Certification | Access to regulations required
Build some DG knowledge before completing a CAA certification course that deals specifically with Excepted Quantities. The certificate can be presented to government auditors, DHL, UPS or Fedex or any logistics provider to aid setting up your dangerous goods account as evidence of training. The course is certified by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
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10 Modules / 10 Hours including Test/IATA Certification Excepted Quantities/Access to regulations required

Start your training with an introduction to dangerous goods by completing a dangerous goods awareness course. You will discover what dangerous goods are, the regulations that support dangerous goods, and the 9 hazard classes.

Our Excepted Quantities by Air training is for employees that work in an environment transporting any article of goods that fall under the excepted quantities regime in dangerous goods. The Air course is fully approved in the UK by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and concludes with an adjudicated test.

Successful candidates receive a certificate of competence, valid for two years, after which they must re-validate their qualifications.

Access to the current IATA regulations is required, this can be purchased along with the course.


Dangerous Goods Awareness & Excepted Quantity by Air Course Objectives:

  • Build your knowledge on Dangerous Goods Awareness
  • Correctly prepare a consignment of Excepted Quantities for air transportation
  • Adhere to practices and standards regarding acceptance and responsibilities for the preparation and handling of excepted quantities for air transportation

Dangerous Goods Awareness & Excepted Quantities by Air Course Content:

  • The Regulations
  • The 9 Hazard Classes
  • UK Law and Applicability
  • Proper Shipping Names
  • Packaging Requirements and Limits
  • Marking & Labelling requirements for Excepted Quantities
  • Handling & Security