Training for Security Management Personnel – 5 Days


This course will train aviation security personnel at managerial level to plan, coordinate and implement the application of airport security preventative measures in accordance with approved programmes.

DETAILED CONTENT / TOPICS (the following subjects will be addressed) –

Day 1
Session 1: The Threat to Aviation.
Session 2: International Objectives of Aviation Security.
Session 3: Security communications.
Session 4: Managing/ Responding to Security Incidents.

Day 2
Session 5: Incident Reporting.
Session 6: General Security awareness.
Session 7: Security Restricted Area, Access Control and security.
Session 8: Quality Control.

Day 3
Session 9: Motivating Others.
Session 10: Recognition of Firearms, Explosives, Incendiary devices and Dangerous Goods.
Session 11: Airport Security.
Session 12: Aircraft Security.

Day 4
Session 13: Airport Visit.

Day 5
Session 14: Air Cargo Security.
Session 15: In-Flight Supplies Security.
Session 16: Airport Supplies Security.
Session 17: Q & A General open discussion.


The target population will be existing personnel at the supervisory level with the potential for promotion to the managerial level, and existing personnel at that level employed by the authority or organization primarily responsible for the application of aviation security preventative measures at airports.


Trainees should satisfy the following criteria:
a) Successfully completed the 123 BASIC training course
b) Successfully completed the SUPERVISORS Training
c) Have written and oral command of the language of instruction.


Upon completion of the course, trainees will be able to:
a) Explain the origin and purpose of ICAO aviation security related legal instruments, Annex 17 and the Security Manual (ICAO Doc 8973)

b) Apply basic concepts of management to aviation security and explain the specialist role of the aviation security manager.

c) Plan, develop and organize the human and material resources necessary for the effective operation of an aviation security unit.

d) Plan and administer the financial budget for a security unit.

e) Advise on the development of aviation security programmes and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)

f) Monitor and enforce the implementation of aviation security programmes and SOP’s.

g) Verify that security personnel are able to implement aviation security preventative measures.

h) Advise on the development of airport emergency plans and manage the security response action necessary in security emergencies involving aircraft, terminal buildings and airport facilities.

i) Take part in aviation crisis management team as required.

j) Develop and implement AVSEC training for security personnel and other airport workers and users; and

k) Develop and maintain liaison with other airports and outside organizations and agencies.


5 days – Each day will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks

To register for this training, please email or Call +359 28210806

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