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  • Ari Ketola

New Human Factors eLearning Out Now!

People play a central role in ground handling activities. They do a wide variety of jobs necessary for safe and efficient operations. 80% of apron accidents and incidents involve some type of human error or violation of company policies, processes, or procedures.

Our new Human Factors eLearning course provides participants with an introduction to the concept of human factors and helps them to increase their awareness of the impact of human performance on safety.

Human Factors Training is an Investment in Aviation Safety

By understanding and addressing human factors, ground handling personnel can make a significant contribution to the overall safety and efficiency of aviation. As technology advances and operations become more complex, human factors remain unchanged, highlighting the need for continuous training and development in this critical area of aviation.

2 airport workers and texts: Why do accidents happen? What is the dirty dozen? How to manage human factors?

We Keep Human Factors Course Content Up to Date

Our Human Factors eLearning course content is compliant with the IATA Airport Manual AHM 1110 Ground Operations Training Program, GEN03 – Human Factors.

The Duration of the eLearning Course

Time required to study this course is 60 minutes.

Certificate Awarded

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


  • 80 euro per user

  • Ask for a special price for 10 or more users

We Are the Global Leader in Ground Handling eLearning

Our online courses are used in over 140 countries around the world. Airport College International is proud to offer online eLearning courses in multiple languages to support your company's training challenges.

We are actively looking for new clients and would like to provide you with our solutions for tackling industry-wide challenges.

Do you want to know more?

If you want to improve your company’s training productivity today you can contact us right now, we know how this can be done.

With best regards,



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