Category: Blog

Buy your online eLearning courses for 2019 today, and save money!

Take advantage of our end-of-year special offer and use our online eLearning courses during 2019, whenever you need training. Take advantage of this special offer before it expires on December 28 When buying course credits before end of 2018, you will get special discounts. There are many different online courses to choose from, please check […]

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How to maintain competences efficiently?

Today anyone who works in the airport operations or logistics must be trained according to their job function. With our complete online training service our clients can efficiently and flexibly train their staff and maintain competences required by clients and authorities. We offer online courses, automated certificate issuance and complete training records. If you like, […]

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Container Inspection in 60 seconds video released for global distribution

Airport College International and ULD CARE have launched a new video for the air cargo industry, Container Inspection in 60 seconds. This video is the first one created jointly with Airport College International, ULD CARE and Finnair Cargo. The video is available on Youtube.   “This is the first video of the series of videos […]

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Significant Changes to the 60th DGR edition (2019)

The 60th edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations incorporates all amendments made by the ICAO Dangerous Goods Panel in developing the content of the 2019–2020 edition of the ICAO Technical Instructions as well as changes adopted by the IATA Dangerous Goods Board. IATA’s Dave Brennan, Assistant Director, provides an overview of the significant changes […]

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Airport College International K.K. joins Finnish Chamber of Commerce in Japan (FCCJ)

Finnish Chamber of Commerce in Japan promotes trade and economic exchange between Japan and Finland “We are pleased to welcome Airport College International K.K. to our organization and we will support them in expanding their business in Japan through our network and with our services,” notes Clas Bystedt, Executive Director of the Finnish Chamber of […]

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eLearning is good for the environment

Online eLearning is an effective way to reduce energy usage and your carbon footprint. A study by Britain’s Open University found that producing and providing e-learning courses consumes an average of 90% less energy and produces 85% fewer CO2 emissions per student than traditional classroom courses. Online training cuts down on travel, eliminates the need […]

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Are you prepared to tackle upcoming challenges?

Finding, retaining and developing suitable employees is a central concern for the aviation industry. Read this blog and learn what challenges the aviation sector is facing in the near future and what solutions are available. IATA conducted a global survey of over 100 leading HR professionals at airlines, airports and ground handling service providers. They […]

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Tackle your labour and skills shortages with us!

This week we met several industry players in Japan and Korea and wanted to share these news items with you, too. According to industry studies and interviews, airlines, ground handling agents and forwarding agents have three major challenges globally: The labour shortage The skills shortage Too many incidents These key findings are also valid in […]

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ULD eLearning to enhance safety

Just like any other aircraft component, Unit Load Devices (ULD’s) are regulated to ensure flight safety under all circumstances. These rules are defined by governing bodies such as ICAO and IATA and put into national legislation by each national Civil Aviation Authority (CAA). Operational personnel must be trained Operational personnel directly involved in ULD operations […]

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Have your staff completed Human Factors Training? What about your subcontractors?

Human factors is about understanding our behaviour and factors that are critical to our performance. People play a central role in airport operations as 80% of apron accidents and incidents involve some type of human error or violation of company policies, processes, or procedures. Aviation standards set responsibilities to airlines, airport operators and ground handling […]

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