Course Information

Final test information
  • Final test delivery method: Non-supervised online test can be taken in the end of the course

  • Final test format: Multiple choice questions

  • Number of questions: 20 (drawn from a question bank)

  • Pass mark: 80% correct answers
     

Course references
  • IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR), 2021 62rd edition

  • ICAO Technical Instructions (TI)

     

Language versions
  • English

  • Finnish

  • Japanese

  • Korean

Pricing

80€

per user

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How to register?

This eLearning course is only available for companies, not for private individuals. Course is available in all locations globally 24/7. Course can be studied immediately after purchase.

 

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Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) – eLearning course

Today, anyone who works in an airline, airport ground handling, or logistics operations must complete Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) training according to their job role. This includes initial training to acquire required competences and regular recurrent training to maintain and update the skills.

 

This online eLearning course content is designed according to the new 62nd edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. The course content is also in-line with the ICAO Technical Instructions (TI) 2021–2022 edition.

This course is designed for

  • Freight Forwarders, CAT4 & CAT5

  • Airline and Ground Handling Staff, CAT7

  • Ramp Handling Staff, CAT8

  • Passenger Handling Staff, CAT9

  • Flight Crew Members and Load Planners, CAT10

  • Cabin Crew, CAT11

  • Security Screeners, CAT12

  • No Carry Operators, CAT13, 14, 15, 16, 17

 

Learning objectives

Upon completion of this course, a course participant will be able to:

  • become familiar with the legal requirements for dangerous goods, restrictions, proper handling and storage, labelling, marking and documentation rules.

  • understand that some items may endanger the safety of the aircraft or persons board, and the carriage of these dangerous goods by air may be either prohibited or restricted.

  • identify hidden dangerous goods in cargo, mail and passenger baggage.

  • understand, explain and apply the basic procedures in the event of an incident or emergency involving dangerous goods.

Course content

  • Introduction

  • Limitations

  • Classification

  • List of Dangerous Goods

  • Marking and Labelling 

  • Documentation

  • Hidden Dangerous Goods

  • Storage and Loading

  • Notification to Captain (NOTOC)

  • Dangerous Goods Carried by Passengers and Crew

  • Emergency Procedures

  • Emergency Response Guidance for Aircraft Incidents Involving Dangerous Goods

  • Course Summary

  • Final Test

 

Course duration

Time required to study this course is 2 hours.

Certificate awarded

Upon successful completion of the final test, a participant will be awarded with an eCertificate.