Part 1 – Persistent and Emerging Threats
Attacks on aviation continue to occur throughout the world and the United States. This section provides an overview of the attacks on aviation in recent years, the lessons learned, and the new challenges our industry faces, such as public area security and the insider threat.
Part 2 – The Airport Security Program and the ASC
The role of the Airport Security Coordinator continues to grow in responsibility and the knowledge required to perform the job at a level that provides a secure airport operating environment. This session provides additional clarification to the security areas, and requirements of the airport access control system.
Part 3 – The Credentialing Process
No other area of airport security has experienced more changes since 9/11 than the airport identification badge credentialing process. This session focuses exclusively on the entire badging process, including the role and responsibility of the Authorized Signatory, the Designated Aviation Channelers, and new methods in the badge issuance process.
Part 4 – Screening and Aircraft Operator Security
Many changes have occurred in TSA policies and procedures, technologies, and practices. This session provides information on the new types of screening technologies, including automated carry-on bag systems, open-chamber millimeter-wave imaging machines, and the implementation of CT machines into the checkpoint. Aircraft operators follow their own set of regulations, focused on the protection of the aircraft, regardless of its location. Knowing what services, you’re expected to provide to the aircraft operator is an essential job for the Airport Security Coordinator.
Registration fee includes training content and presentations. Recordings of sessions will be available for review for 90 days after the course.