DGR

Online IATA DGR training

Dangerous Goods Regulations – online training on IATA DGR

 

International IATA rules require dangerous goods training to be repeated every two years. Skills acquired in training must be maintained through suitable skills assurance measures. A daunting task! Not only do instructors need to maintain their qualifications, but training documents also have to be kept updated and submitted for approval. It takes even more work to provide DGR online training courses yourself. 

You can avoid all this trouble by bringing in wingsacademy as your external training provider – we have our own dangerous goods safety advisers, LBA-accredited DGR instructors and a wide range of online courses on IATA DGR.

What makes our dangerous goods training special:
  • Material packaged and taught by instructors accredited by the LBA to teach dangerous goods classes.
  • Direct practical relevance and included comprehension test as required by authorities such as the Federal Aviation Office.
  • System-based documentation of DGR training with legally compliant certificate.
Additional benefits of online training:
  • Efficient learning format officially approved by the national authorities (LBA, Austro Control).
  • Activation of all students through interactive exercises – including legally compliant exam.
  • Freely definable study load thanks to small German- and English-language modules.
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Our online training courses on IATA DGR

 

We provide online training on Dangerous Goods Regulations as CBTA for the following categories of activity (CA) pursuant to the current IATA DGR and the approvals issued to us by the authorities (e.g. LBA):

  • Handling, storage, loading and unloading of cargo, mail, baggage (CA H with / CA Q without dangerous goods)
  • Passenger handling (CA I with / CA R without dangerous goods)
  • Pilot (CA J without / CA S with dangerous goods)
  • Flight operations officer (CA K without / CA S with dangerous goods)
  • Load planner (CA L without / CA S with dangerous goods)
  • Ramp agent (CA M without / CA S with dangerous goods)
  • Cabin crew (CA N with / CA T without dangerous goods)
  • Security personnel responsible for screening crew, baggage, cargo, mail (CA O)
Handling, storage, loading and unloading of cargo, mail, baggage (CA H with dangerous goods)
  • Number of chapters: 13
  • Time taken: 360 minutes
  • Language: German, English
  • Audio: Yes
  • Final Test: Yes
  • Media formats: Pictures, graphics, drawings, sound (MP3), video (MP4)
  • Technical details: mobile internet access (PC, laptop, tablet), all common browsers, HTML5 technology, Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required
Passenger handling (CA I with dangerous goods)
  • Number of chapters: 13
  • Time taken: 290 minutes
  • Language: German, English
  • Audio: Yes
  • Final Test: Yes
  • Media formats: Pictures, graphics, drawings, sound (MP3), video (MP4)
  • Technical details: mobile internet access (PC, laptop, tablet), all common browsers, HTML5 technology, Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required
Pilot (CA J with dangerous goods)
  • Number of chapters: 13
  • Time taken: 370 minutes
  • Language: German, English
  • Audio: Yes
  • Final Test: Yes
  • Media formats: Pictures, graphics, drawings, sound (MP3), video (MP4)
  • Technical details: mobile internet access (PC, laptop, tablet), all common browsers, HTML5 technology, Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required
Ramp agent (CA M with dangerous goods)
  • Number of chapters: 13
  • Time taken: 390 minutes
  • Language: German, English
  • Audio: Yes
  • Final Test: Yes
  • Media formats: Pictures, graphics, drawings, sound (MP3), video (MP4)
  • Technical details: mobile internet access (PC, laptop, tablet), all common browsers, HTML5 technology, Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required
Cabin crew (CA N with dangerous goods)
  • Number of chapters: 12
  • Time taken: 230 minutes
  • Language: German, English
  • Audio: Yes
  • Final Test: Yes
  • Media formats: Pictures, graphics, drawings, sound (MP3), video (MP4)
  • Technical details: mobile internet access (PC, laptop, tablet), all common browsers, HTML5 technology, Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required
Security personnel responsible for screening crew, baggage, cargo, mail (CA O)
  • Number of chapters: 13
  • Time taken: 260 minutes
  • Language: German, English
  • Audio: Yes
  • Final Test: Yes
  • Media formats: Pictures, graphics, drawings, sound (MP3), video (MP4)
  • Technical details: mobile internet access (PC, laptop, tablet), all common browsers, HTML5 technology, Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required
Passenger handling (CA R without dangerous goods)
  • Number of chapters: 10
  • Time taken: 190 minutes
  • Language: German, English
  • Audio: Yes
  • Final Test: Yes
  • Media formats: Pictures, graphics, drawings, sound (MP3), video (MP4)
  • Technical details: mobile internet access (PC, laptop, tablet), all common browsers, HTML5 technology, Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required
Ramp agent (CA S without dangerous goods)
  • Number of chapters: 10
  • Time taken: 190 minutes
  • Language: German, English
  • Audio: Yes
  • Final Test: Yes
  • Media formats: Pictures, graphics, drawings, sound (MP3), video (MP4)
  • Technical details: mobile internet access (PC, laptop, tablet), all common browsers, HTML5 technology, Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required
Cabin crew (CA T without dangerous goods)
  • Number of chapters: 9
  • Time taken: 190 minutes
  • Language: German, English
  • Audio: Yes
  • Final Test: Yes
  • Media formats: Pictures, graphics, drawings, sound (MP3), video (MP4)
  • Technical details: mobile internet access (PC, laptop, tablet), all common browsers, HTML5 technology, Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required

Background: DGR courses and the IATA’s role

 

IATA has standardised the international requirements for dangerous goods training for air transport. Learners are expected to complete initial training on the Dangerous Goods Regulations and then take continuation courses periodically afterwards. Both categories of DGR training have to meet rigorous criteria depending on the training method – in-person or online. These requirements are set out in the current IATA DGR, among other sources. It defines what material must be covered for each job involved in handling dangerous goods.
National authorities such as the German Federal Aviation Office (LBA) or Austro Control approve the DGR training courses. They also provide guidance on course design – particularly for online courses – as well as the training process and the certificate itself.

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