New ULD Awareness eLearning Course
Why is ULD Training Necessary?
ULD Awareness training must be provided to personnel whose job involves being in contact with ULDs. The training is mandatory for persons directly involved in ULD operations regardless of being employed by the airline or a non-airline organisation such as ground service providers and freight forwarders.
We at AirportCollege.com help airlines, ground handling agents and logistic companies meet training standards with our training tools.
Upon Completion of this Course, You
Understand that ULDs are part of aircraft and critical to flight safety.
Recognise handling methods and serviceability inspections.
Know what the damage limits of ULDs are and what to do if these limits are exceeded.
Learn about the importance of proper handling and why every person who deals with ULDs must complete the training required for the job.
The course is designed for
Freight forwarders and truck drivers
Postal and express parcel handlers
The duration of the e-learning course
Time required to study this course is 1 hour.
The course content fully complies with the guidelines of:
IATA ULD Regulations
ULD CARE, ULD Explained
This course is approved by ULD CARE.
More information about the course can be find here.
Upon successful completion of the final test, a participant will be awarded with an eCertificate.
80 EUR per user. If you have 10 or more users, ask for a special price: email@example.com
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