JP International Aviation Security Ltd is a security aviation training company based in the United Kingdom. JP-IAS was established in 2001 and since has become one of the leading aviation training and management consultancy companies. Since forming we have gained a large client base throughout the UK, Europe and other continents. Many of these clients return for repeat business and we have built special relationships with many of them.
This course focuses on enhancing the skills of the of the X-ray operator. This course will give the delegate the knowledge to allow them to carry out their duties efficiently and with confidence whilst allowing the day to day operations to run with minimal disruption.
The aims of the courses are to give delegates additional knowledge and skills when screening passenger’s baggage. An understanding of their International (European) and National obligations (ICAO Annex 17) to protect aircraft, passengers and staff who work in and around the airport. In the last 12 months airlines transported over 3.8 billion passengers.
The course is designed to give delegates additional skills to implement and manage the security X-ray screening requirements of passengers and employees at an International Airport. The training will provide delegates with an understanding of their roles and responsibilities, allowing them to develop their skills and confidence to implement the security controls to safeguard passengers, staff, aircraft and the airport from unlawful interference.
Target groups –
Security companies airport security managers and airlines.
A background in the aviation environment.
Learning Objectives –
Airport X-Ray Security Essentials – Level 1 (part 1)
By the end of this course delegates will have an understanding of airport security x-ray screener requirements.
- For the individual to understand the importance of the threat to civil aviation.
- The role and responsibilities of the x-ray operator
- Detection of prohibited articles
- The tasks around the x-ray machine
- The role and responsibilities of the supervisor / team leader
- Functional principles of x-ray equipment
- Routine testing of the x-ray equipment
- How to interpret x-ray images
- To identify different types of materials
- Identification circuit part 1
- Identification circuit part 2
- Quality Control systems for the x-ray screening operation
- The importance of the National AVSEC training programme
2 days – each day will commence 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