Author: Pertti Mero

New Perishable Cargo Handling eLearning course

Perishable goods is a growing segment of air cargo and it’s important to ensure that PER products always reach the customer on time, and in sound condition. We at Airport College International have created a new Perishable Cargo Handling online eLearning course to improve proper handling and air transportation of perishable products. Course content Introduction […]

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How to avoid information leaks

Most companies have invested massive amounts of money in ICT, security systems and movement control. Premises and employees are protected with state-of-the-art locking systems and CCTVs. Often too little attention is paid to ensure that employees understand how to treat company information and what to communicate with people outside their organisation. Here’s some basic rules […]

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The Transport of Covid-19 Vaccines In The Centre Of The Debate

“Managing the COVID-19 vaccine transport is a major challenge for logistics to ensure proper handling of 15 billion doses needed to be shipped worldwide.” The transport requirements for vaccine shipments will test the agility and resilience of the entire logistic chain, as well as a huge range of new risks that may arise. These include […]

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Airport College Zero Emission Training (ZET)

The aviation industry recognises the impact of climate change and is taking the responsibility to reduce this impact very seriously. According to IATA, airlines aim to reduce aviation’s CO2 emissions to half of what they were in 2005, by 2050. Achieving this goal requires continued investment in new technologies and strong support mechanisms for the […]

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Training Revolution in the aviation industry

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically impacted the aviation industry. The crisis will have long term impacts on companies, particularly on workforces which will play a critical role when operations start to recover. Triggered by the crisis and driven by digital transformation The huge revolution in corporate training is now happening. It’s triggered by the crisis […]

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Online Training for Airlines, Ground Handling and Logistics

Airport College International provides a comprehensive portfolio of online training courses designed to cover aviation safety, security and service topics. Our courses are based on international training standards established by governing bodies, such as the ICAO, FAA, EASA and IATA, with the key objective of keeping workforces competent. Ensure that employees’ competences, knowledge and attitudes […]

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2021 DGR eLearning now available

Safety First 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. New 2021 DGR eLearning course is now ready We have […]

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SBS Global Network Co., Ltd. uses eLearning training service in Japan

PRESS RELEASE – for immediate release January 15, 2021 Helsinki, Finland – Airport College International is excited to announce that SBS Global Network Co., Ltd. (SBS) uses Airport College’s (AC) online training service for staff training in Japan. The service is available in Japanese and English languages. Today anyone who works in logistics must be trained according to their job-specific […]

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Training for Truck Drivers and Entire Workforce on COVID-19 Vaccines Handling

Managing the last mile of COVID-19 vaccines is a major challenge for logistics, as approximately 15 billion doses need to be shipped worldwide. To ensure proper handling of the transport of medicines, such as COVID-19 vaccines, strict processes must be followed to maintain the cold chain of the products. If handled incorrectly, temperature changes during […]

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Training plan for 2021

At this time of year you are usually working with your training plan and considering how to run company training during next 12 months. But this year is different… This year is definitely different compared to previous years. COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the aviation industry. The industry had to adapt to the […]

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