Category: News

Thanks for your valuable feedback!

Dear newsletter reader,it was a great pleasure to get feedback from readers about my last week’s blog – The Next Generation Training Initiative. We at Airport College all enjoyed learning about your ideas on how to use emerging learning technologies in the future. Here is an example of ideas and comments from your colleagues around […]

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What topics should an Information Security Online Course cover?

We are now writing the second version of this course  and encourage you to provide us with information about your special needs for this important topic.  According to studies employees often do not see themselves as part of the company’s information security efforts and therefore take actions that ignore their company’s security interests. Employees’ behaviour […]

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Critical Human Factors at work

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. Our Human Factors online eLearning training course is designed for personnel […]

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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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Airport College International opens a new office in Tokyo

PRESS RELEASE – AirportCollege.com – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 6th November 2018 Helsinki, Finland – Airport College International Ltd. is excited to announce that we have registered Airport College International K.K. in Japan and opened a new office in Tokyo. “Over the last few years, we have built closer relationships with our Japanese clients and now […]

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Online courses for your needs

We offer a substantial and ever expanding selection of ready-made online course. However, the aviation industry needs a wide range of training courses and we therefore encourage you to let us know your training needs. Photo & video session at Helsinki airport 18 SEP 2018 Video shoots for ULD inspection At the moment one of […]

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Special offer for our Information Security online course

According to studies, employees often do not see themselves as part of their company’s information security efforts and therefore take actions that ignore their company’s security interests. Employee behaviour plays a central role in information security in organisations and security culture continuously needs to be improved. Our Information Security online eLearning training course is designed […]

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IATA’s latest study: More aviation training is needed

IATA published the results of a global survey highlighting key challenges in talent acquisition, training and retention. According to respondents, 73% expect the major areas of job growth to be in ground operations, customer service and cabin crew. They also reported that finding new talent is a challenge due to the lack of candidates with […]

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