This CASA Australia accredited e-learning training program ‘IATA DGR E-Learning Hybrid Training’ combines the benefits of e-learning with a practical competency learning unit which suits Shippers, Freight Forwarders, cargo terminal acceptance staff, airline cargo acceptance staff, and etcetera. This program is suitable for both Initial Acceptance Training and Refresher Training.
The e-learning training program takes the learner on the journey of how to apply the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. The practical component consists of a 6-hour competency based learning unit, followed by the final assessment at ORP Training’s Training Centre in Northgate QLD. During this interactive unit the learner will be hands-on with processing dangerous goods shipments, including packing and acceptance checks.
After successful completion of the program, and the final assessment, the learner will be issued with a certificate of competency that allows the learner to handle, pack, mark & label and document dangerous goods shipments for airfreight.
A copy of the current IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations is required to participate with the training. The IATA DGR is needed to progress through unit knowledge checks as well as for the final assessment.
Note 1: the practical unit of this course is dependent on a minimum number of participants; ORP Training reserves the right to cancel a scheduled practical unit if the minimum numbers of learners is not met. Learners will be informed and moved to the next scheduled practical unit available.
Note 2: this training course is usually excluding Class 7 Radioactive Material due to limited request; however, upon request, we can include Class 7 Radioactive Material.
Duration: average duration of the e-learning component is approximately between 20 and 22 hours; for keeping momentum, it is advisable to have a maximum of 2 weeks to go through the training. The login has a 3 week expiry, if you require an extension, please contact us through the Learning Management System.
The online e-learning training programs are designed to be interactive. The monitoring process in place gives us a better understanding of the learner’s potential and limitations. Learners benefit from fast feedback, this enables them to see where they can improve, and it enables us to see where we can assist the learner.