National Inspectors

Duration: 7 days

Short description:

Target population:

Course providing trainees with theoretical and practical knowledge of fundamental aspects of the audits and inspections as a part of a National Quality Control system. Trainees are provided with a standard methodology as well as specific techniques. The course is concluded by an exercise conducted at the airport.

Nominees should have already attended a specialized AVSEC training activity, such as the National Quality Control Programme Workshop and/or have regulatory experience prior to attending this course. In order to receive a certificate of successful completion, participants will be required to pass an end of course exam based on Annex 17, the Security Manual Doc 8973 (Res) and materials presented during the course.


Course objectives:

Entry requirements:

Enable selected personnel to:

  • define aviation security audits and inspections;

  • determine the duties and specific skills required by an inspector;

  • determine the appropriate methodology necessary to conduct security inspections within the scope of a National Aviation Security Quality Control system;    

  • prepare for, conduct, and present findings related to an aviation security inspection within the context of an exercise.

Trainees should satisfy the following criteria:

  • have written and oral command of the language of instruction;

  • at least three (3) years of operational experience in a position within organizations mentioned in the target population;

  • persons who will have direct involvement in the implementation of a quality control programme

  • it is desirable that trainees should have attended the National Quality Control Programme Workshop a specialized aviation security management course.

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