Course Title IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations Basic Course
Course Reference Number CRS-N-0051326
Course Training Duration (hours) 32
Course Fees(before GST and any applicable funding) $880
Funding Validity Period 18 Jan 2020 to 31 Dec 2020
Mode of Training (e.g. classroom, blended, e-learning, etc.) Classroom Lecture
Course Objectives At the end of the training, the participants will know and apply the IATA DGR manual in safely preparing and handling Dangerous Goods for Air Transport and be an IATA certified to handle Chemicals and other DG as Air Cargo.
Be able to identify and know the requirements by IATA standards, the presence of Hidden Dangerous Goods in General Cargo and take appropriate measures to stop undeclared DG and Damaged or leaking packages from being transported by air.

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IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods Regulations Training

Below are the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulation courses that

Hundreds of reputable international companies have placed their trust in us with Dangerous Goods training for their staff.

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Training Requirements for Personnel who handle Dangerous Goods:


IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations – Basic/Initial Course

Who Should Attend This Course?

  • Cargo Agents
  • Airline staff
  • Ground Handling Agents
  • Chemical,Pharmaceutical manufacturers
  • All Shippers of any Dangerous Goods

Entry Requirement: Singapore Secondary 2 or equivalent(WPLN 4)

Participants can sign their approval on DG Declaration forms after passing this course!


Dangerous Goods Regulations – Refresher Course

Refresher Course IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.

Who Should Attend This Course? Cargo Agents, Airlines, Ground Handling Agent, Chemical Manufacturers and all Shippers who are required to attend a refresher course once every 24 months.

Objectives: At the end of this course, you will understand and apply the following:

  • New amendments review of all sections of the IATA DGR manual.
  • State and operator variations
  • Identification and packaging
  • Markings and labeling
  • Shipper’s declaration
  • DG Handling/Storage/Loading
  • Radioactive materials

Entry Requirement: Valid IATA DGR Basic Certificate


Dangerous Goods Regulations – Awareness Course

IATA Dangerous Goods Awareness Course

Who Should Attend This Course?

Cargo agents, Airlines, Ground handling agents, Chemical manufacturers and all shippers who handle, store and load hazardous materials in warehouses, logistics areas, stores and airline cargo holds(belly and container).

How Will This Course Be Taught: Lectures, Discussion, Q&A, Video/Slides, Exercises (Written and Practical) and Open Book Examination.

Entry Requirement: Singapore Primary 6 or equivalent (WPLN 3)


Dangerous Goods Regulations (online)

Learn about dangerous goods regulations online

    • Air crews, passengers, airport security and pilots
    • Freight forwarders and ground handling staff
    • Awareness for load planners

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Course Title IATA Dangerous Goods Awareness
Course Reference Number CRS-N-0051327
Course Training Duration (hours) 7.25
Course Fees(before GST and any applicable funding) $250
Funding Validity Period 18 Jan 2020 to 31 Dec 2020
Mode of Training Classroom Lecture
Course Objectives After this course, the participants will be able to understand the different types of Dangerous Goods and its hazards as well as understand and apply packaging and documentation requirements as set by IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations.

They will know how and what to do if there is an emergency on Dangerous Goods incidents and accidents.