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Dangerous Goods by Air Revalidation

International law requires that all staff involved in the shipping, packing, documentation, carriage or handling of dangerous goods by air must complete a comprehensive training course approved by the appropriate authority. In the UK this is the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) under The Air Navigation Order (Dangerous Goods Regulations).
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Dangerous Goods by Air Certificate

The requirement to attend a ‘fully comprehensive course’, i.e. ICAO level 1, 2, 3, and 6, is met by attending the three day Dangerous Goods Certificate Course. Students passing the end of course (CAA provided) exam are issued with a Certificate endorsed with a CAA allocated serial number. Certificates are not valid without this number. Certificates are valid for two years.
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Dangerous Goods by Air Certificate

The requirement to attend a ‘fully comprehensive course’, i.e. ICAO level 1, 2, 3, and 6, is met by attending the three day Dangerous Goods Certificate Course. Students passing the end of course (CAA provided) exam are issued with a Certificate endorsed with a CAA allocated serial number. Certificates are not valid without this number. Certificates are valid for two years.
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Dangerous Goods by Air Certificate

The requirement to attend a ‘fully comprehensive course’, i.e. ICAO level 1, 2, 3, and 6, is met by attending the three day Dangerous Goods Certificate Course. Students passing the end of course (CAA provided) exam are issued with a Certificate endorsed with a CAA allocated serial number. Certificates are not valid without this number. Certificates are valid for two years.
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Dangerous Goods by Air Certificate

The requirement to attend a ‘fully comprehensive course’, i.e. ICAO level 1, 2, 3, and 6, is met by attending the three day Dangerous Goods Certificate Course. Students passing the end of course (CAA provided) exam are issued with a Certificate endorsed with a CAA allocated serial number. Certificates are not valid without this number. Certificates are valid for two years.
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Dangerous Goods by Air Certificate

The requirement to attend a ‘fully comprehensive course’, i.e. ICAO level 1, 2, 3, and 6, is met by attending the three day Dangerous Goods Certificate Course. Students passing the end of course (CAA provided) exam are issued with a Certificate endorsed with a CAA allocated serial number. Certificates are not valid without this number. Certificates are valid for two years.
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Dangerous Goods by Air Certificate

The requirement to attend a ‘fully comprehensive course’, i.e. ICAO level 1, 2, 3, and 6, is met by attending the three day Dangerous Goods Certificate Course. Students passing the end of course (CAA provided) exam are issued with a Certificate endorsed with a CAA allocated serial number. Certificates are not valid without this number. Certificates are valid for two years.
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Dangerous Goods by Air Certificate

The requirement to attend a ‘fully comprehensive course’, i.e. ICAO level 1, 2, 3, and 6, is met by attending the three day Dangerous Goods Certificate Course. Students passing the end of course (CAA provided) exam are issued with a Certificate endorsed with a CAA allocated serial number. Certificates are not valid without this number. Certificates are valid for two years.
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