Airport services from Professional

Professional Aviation Services are specialists in all aspects of Aviation Security, Airport Compliance and Training. With a 40-year history in Aviation and specialising in providing unique solutions that solve your challenges, Professional Aviation Services is ideally placed to service and assist you in finding solutions for your various needs.

 

We are passionate about keeping Aviation safe and secure, for, ultimately, it is all about protecting people. From the personnel who are involved in the Aviation Industry, the people who fly as crew and passengers to the public who could be affected by an aviation incident.

We are the leading provider of AVSEC and related compliance solutions. Our services include air cargo compliance and screening services (cargo and airport) to the air freight and air carrier industry in South Africa.

We have a depth of expertise and experience in cargo security, and compliance with Part 108 of the Civil Aviation Regulations that is unmatched, Professional are pioneers of contracted compliance and Designated Official services in South Africa.

Professional Aviation Services are the Winners in the Aviation Training category of the inaugural Civil Aviation Industry Awards presented by the South African Civil Aviation Authority in 2018. Professional provide a comprehensive range of aviation security, dangerous goods and general aviation and security training.

Professional offers a suite of eManagement services including Airport Operations, Training Management and eLearning solutions that are available to our clients.

IATA Dangerous Goods Workshops

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The International Air Transport is holding two interactive 1 day workshops which will include guest speakers from across the supply chain including the South African Civil Aviation Authority to learn about the essentials of shipping dangerous goods and lithium batteries by air.

Target Audience

The Workshop targets all stakeholders of the air cargo supply chain. It is of particular importance to training institutions, courier companies, shippers, freight forwarders, ground handlers and airlines in the industry.

Dates and Locations

Johannesburg, South Africa – 26 February 2019 (Emperors Palace)

Download the Johannesburg Workshop Agenda

Cape Town, South Africa – 28 February 2019 (Hotel Verde)

Download the Cape Town Workshop Agenda

Key highlights

  • An overview of the current regulatory framework and what changes will come in 2019 and beyond.
  • How these regulations align to the ICAO Technical Instructions, and an update on the new ICAO competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) approach
  • Regulatory compliance of the different entities in the supply chain giving you the opportunity to learn exactly what steps you need to take to keep the supply chain safe.
  • Participation fee is USD 100 (excluding of all applicable taxes). All delegates will receive an electronic (windows or mobile) copy of the DGR 60th 2019 edition valued at USD 328.

Registration & more information

For registration, please send an email to salome@professional.aero and CC tayeg@iata.org

We look forward to seeing you at one of the events.

Sincerely Yours,

International Air Transport Association

Dr. Alex STANCU

Head of account management, South and East Africa

IATA Dangerous Goods Workshops

Only two days to go to the IATA Dangerous Goods Workshops in South Africa.

The Johannesburg event will be held at the airport Southern Sun Hotel on the 31st January, the event starts at 09h00 but we suggest that you join us from 08h30 for coffee.

the Cape Town event will be held on the 1st February 2018 at the Hotel Verde, start time is 09h00 but please join us at 08h30 for coffee.

Bookings can be made through Professional Aviation Services, contact salome@professional.za.com or david@professional.za.com for details

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Aviation stowaways in 2018?

CBS Chicago has the story of a lady who manged to slip past all AVSEC measures at  O’Hare’s Terminal 3 and board a London bound flight….

This after wondering around the terminal for two days.

Yes, in 2018.

Once on the London-bound plane, sources say, Hartman hid in a bathroom and eventually walked out and found a seat.  When she couldn’t produce a passport Monday at Heathrow Airport, officials sent her back to O’Hare, where she was taken into custody Thursday.

The list of failures is long and I am sure that their will be enough blame to go around but perhaps the place to start is Human Factors and Training?

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Changes to Dangerous Goods training?

Join IATA for the interactive Dangerous Goods workshops and learn about the changes that are on the way in how we train Dangerous Goods.

Dangerous Goods training is a particular challenge for the courier and express industry, this is your opportunity to learn first hand information how the significant changes to the way Dangerous Goods training will be done in future will impact of your business.

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IATA Dangerous Goods Workshops South Africa 2018

The agenda and speakers for the IATA Dangerous Goods Workshops on 31 January in Johannesburg and 1 February in Cape Town is set out below:

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Please make sure that you book early at (IATA Dangerous Goods Workshop Bookings) and make sure that you don’t miss out on the opportunity of meeting with the Dangerous Goods Experts from IATA

And remember the participation fee is USD125 and all will receive a free electronic (windows or mobile) copy of the DGR 59th 2018 edition valued at USD328.

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