KCSD - Known Consignor - Security Documentation
This course forms part of the BIFA suite of Known Consignor training and complies with the UK DfT Mandatory Conditions & Syllabus Air Cargo (Known Consignor) Security Training (August 2014).
Trainees must be engaged by a Known Consignor who has completed background or pre-employment checks as specified by the DfT prior to commencing training.
Recurrent training is to be undertaken at least every 24 months.
The Known Consignor - Security Documentation course is designed for individuals working at a Known Consignor site who have access to, and are responsible for handling and preparation of, air cargo and completion of security documentation. Drivers who also handle cargo and carry out any warehouse tasks should also attend the KC Security Documentation course.
The Known Consignor - Security Documentation course covers modules:
- The threat to aviation
- Aviation security organisation and legislation
- Principles of the air cargo security regime
- Recognition of firearms and explosives
- Methods of concealment
- Protecting air cargo
- Responding to threat warnings
- Prohibited articles
- Making cargo secure
- Secure transportation
- Consignment security certificate
Successful candidates will be issued with a certificate recognised by the DfT which is valid for a period of two years.
This level of training should only be delivered where it is relevant to the person’s air cargo security responsibilities. People who have not been recruited in accordance with Chapter 11 of EU 2015/1998 (as retained in UK law) must not see or hear this information.
In accordance with EU 2015/1998 (as retained in UK law) and UK Aviation Security regulation, it is an offence for the course and exam to be completed by another person other than the named delegate. Records must be kept and produced upon request, by the CAA, to evidence; (i) completion of the course and exam by the named delegate and (ii) the name of the supervising responsible person.
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