The role of the Aircraft Marshaller is an important element of managing the aircraft in the vicinity of the ramp. The aircraft Marshaller provides the essential visual link to assist the flight crew in positioning the aircraft correctly.
The responsibility for the safe operation of the aircraft on the ground rests with the flight crew, however, the ground crew including Marshaller’s have a duty of care to provide the flight crew with the correct guidance information.
In addition to ensure that the possibility of accidental damage is mitigated with the use of best practice behavior at all times.
The usual equipment of a Marshaller is a reflecting safety vest, a helmet with acoustic earmuffs, and gloves or marshaling wands, handheld illuminated beacons.
The Training is designed to raise awareness of all organisational elements of Ramp Safety and to consider the various challenges which face us as Marshaller’s.
This training uses best practices related to IATA Airport Handling Manual and ICAO.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed (AM) 4 Hours Theory (PM) 4 Hours Practical
– General Introduction – Ramp Safety
– Introduction to Marshalling equipment, gloves, wands, etc
– Aircraft hazard areas
– Technical inspection of equipment
– F.O.D. check, aircraft arrival Inspection
– Marshalling techniques, risk assessment, and local procedures
– Actions in the event of an Emergency
– Connection of ground power unit to the aircraft
– Communication with the aircraft crew
– Aircraft stopping guidance
– Engine Numbering
– Aircraft Marshalling Signals
– Aircraft Marshalling Signals practice under observation
– Aircraft Maneuvers (simulated) Marshalling under observation
Each delegate will personally practice for 30 to 45 minutes watched and supported by the fellow delegates limited to 6 to 8 persons per practical training of approx 4 hours.
(Theory may be taken as a stand-alone course, Practical (Part 2 Course) must include Part 1)
This training is suitable for Airport personnel involved in aircraft marshaling in accordance with ICAO and IATA requirements.
In addition, it is suitable for Operator Ground Staff or Quality Assurance Staff who need to have a comprehensive understanding of the Ramp Processes
A background in airports environment.
This training is intended to provide guidance on how to meet aircraft in accordance with ICAO and IATA requirements.
1 day – Start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
To register for this training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call +359 28210806.