Useful pilot qualification for You. Cargo, including dangerous goods, transportation by air is a growing market in a civil aviation. Looking for job in cargo air carriers, dangerous good training certificates for pilots and the other crew and ground support team members are usually required.
All included: AFA organizes initial and repeated dangerous good training courses for pilots and crew members.
I‘ve got a job proposal as a pilot in a cargo airlines, but didn‘t have dangerous good training certificate. Thanks to AFA, I had an opportunity to finish this course fast and in a very professional way, so didn’t have any problems to start work in cargo airlines.
Viktor Malkov, pilot from Lithuania
After finishing this course You will:
Know general philosophy of dangerous goods transportation;
Understand limitations in air transport;
Be aware of “List of Dangerous Goods”;
Identify the hazard and handling labels and marking applicable to dangerous goods;
Recognize undeclared Dangerous Goods;
Know storage and loading procedures for transportation of Dangerous Goods;
Be familiar with of Pilots’ notification when Dangerous Goods are carried on an aircraft;
Understand the special provisions for passengers and crew;
Apply the appropriate emergency procedures and understand the requirement to report incidents and accidents.
Dangerous goods (DG) definition;
List of Dangerous Goods;
Labelling and Marking;
Undeclared Dangerous Goods;
Storage and Loading Procedures;
Pilots’ Notification (NOTOC);
Provisions for Passengers and Crew
Emergency Procedures and Reporting.
Dangerous good training program meets all the requirements of IATA dangerous
good transportation rules (chapter 1.5) and is regularly updated.
Initial dangerous good training course lasts from 8 to 32 hours.
Repeated dangerous good training course lasts from 5 to 8 hours.
In order to make sure the main objectives of the course the students must perform
a written or computer based test. Test must be passed with at least 80% of correct answers.
20% discount – only this month. Don’t start learning elsewhere, until didn’t get a low cost proposal from us.
Pocket friendly Lithuanian costs. The price level in Lithuania is up 30 % lower than in West/North European countries. According to „Eurostat“ survey 2016, price of hamburger „Big Mac“ was 8 Eur in in Germany and 4,21 Eur in Lithuania; price of 1 l gasoline – 1,57 Eur in Norway and 1,02 Eur in Lithuania. Because of this unique position in a market, prices for AFA pilot training are lower too. We also don’t have any extra payments for brand or location, so You will not overpay for the same service choosing us.
100 % European quality. All training programs in ATO AFA are certified by EASA and meet full range all the requirements for the European standard pilot training. All AFA instructors have the EASA certificates needed, also long year international experience in aviation.
Flexible & innovative AFA training methods allow You to train convenient at home and save money for travel and accommodation. We offer innovative on line training solutions and even ,,Flying Ground School”– the opportunity to have theory classroom sessions at Your home city.
Dangerous good training course is provided by EASA certificated ATO ,,Aviacom Flight Academy“ (AFA) with ATO partners, which guarantee special low cost for AFA students.