A new dangerous goods training programme has been developed by
ICAO. The programme consists of training courses and a revised Dangerous
Goods Training Manual (Doc 9375P1) which will assist States
in complying with the broad principles governing the international
transport of dangerous goods by air outlined in Annex 18
and detailed in the Technical
Instructions. The programme is directed towards safety inspectors
responsible for dangerous goods, but it would benefit anyone with
a need for knowledge of the detailed provisions in the Technical
Instructions. Individuals who successfully complete a course receive
a certificate directly from ICAO.
Dangerous Goods Training Courses
ICAO is offering the courses in one of two ways: in-country or
fixed course dates. In-country delivery of courses allows for a
large number of students to attend the course without incurring
multiple travel costs. This is beneficial for organizations with
multiple individuals to train. Fixed course dates are pre-determined
by ICAO at a set location.
the Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous
Goods by Air (covers Volume
1 of the Dangerous Goods Training Manual (Doc 9375P1))
- 24-28 October 2011
- 21-25 November 2011
- 4-8 December 2011
*Course dates and availability subject
The registration form can be downloaded here.
Please note that courses are offered in English for the
Additional courses covering Volume 1 of the training manual and
courses covering Volume 2 (see below) will be set and advertised
here at a later date.
Dangerous Goods Training Manual
Volume 1 of the training manual, Using the Technical Instructions
for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air, is available
for immediate purchase. To order your copy, email email@example.com
or call +1.514.954.8022. Volume 2 of the training manual focuses
primarily on States' responsibilities and will be available for
purchase in the near future.
For detailed information on scheduling a course for this programme,
please contact Mr. Rick Lee.
For further information you may contact:
Mr. Rick Lee
+1-514-954-8219 ext. 7001