Title 49 CFR Part 1542 requires that an Airport Security Coordinator and a designated alternate attend ASC training (TSR 1542.3). By taking the Airport Security Coordinator Online Certification, an ASC will learn the latest information available from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), in addition to tools that can make an airport function safely and efficiently. Join us for a unique opportunity to get trained as an ASC in as little as 2 hours! This is an on-demand course, so just pay and get started! You have 30 days from the date of enrollment to complete the course and mini-exam.

Program Questions?  Contact the Training Department at [email protected]

Topics to be Covered:

  • Roles and Regulations 
  • Airport Security Program (ASC, ASP requirements and changes) 
  • Access Control and Credentialing 
  • Credentialing, LEO, Contingency and Incident Management requirements 
  • And more! 

Who Should Complete the AAAE ASC Online Certification:

  • Airport Security Coordinator (training required by TSA) 
  • Alternate ASC's 
  • Airport Operations personnel with security responsibilities 
  • Airport Police responsible for compliance with the Airport Security Program 
  • Individuals looking to become ASCs 


 Access will be granted by Credit Card only. Registration Fees: (in U.S. funds drawn on a U.S. Bank) The registration fee includes course content, access to the interactive online certification course, glossary of terms, the final exam and the ASC course completion certificate (contingent on passing the final exam with a 70%, or greater).

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*Access to the course will be granted within up to 24 hours from enrollment.
**You have 30 days from the date of enrollment to complete the course and mini-exam.
***Should you fail to complete the ASC Online Course within 30 days, or fail the 10-question mini-exam within 3 attempts, you will be locked out of the ASC program and be required to pay $100 to retake the course. 

This Online Certification is worth three (3) credits in the AAAE Continuing Airport Management Education Unit (CEU) program.