The importance of innovation in aviation security

Aviation security continues to improve as a result of innovation and the use of new technologies. The last ones aid in the reduction of threats and the facilitation of security procedures, resulting in increased passenger satisfaction and the avoidance of delays.

The challenges of Covid-19 make aviation security a top priority. The heightened risks posed by the virus prompted additional checkpoints, with thermal screening and health checks ubiquitous at major airports all over the world.

Passengers are the most visible clients at the airport, but security personnel strive to assist everyone who passes through, both on the ground and in the air. Suppliers and partners, contractors, airport staff, tenants, flight crew, and individuals entering the pickup and drop-off areas all fall within this category.

Nowadays, IT systems specifically developed for airport use are becoming increasingly connected and take information from many different sources into a central dashboard. This is a future in which airports are smart and inter-connected, bringing together diverse technologies through the Internet of Things (IoT) to streamline operations, communications, improve collaboration between departments and increase data visibility.

For example, by using tags and sensors, an airport can quickly locate infrastructure and equipment, they can monitor the progress and location of baggage and they can track the real-time location of aircraft and vehicles.

Besides, our aviation security courses provide information on legislation and strategies for addressing today’s security challenges. With aviation security courses ranging from operations to planning to management, you can find training for every step of your career.

For example, Airline and Airport Catering Security represents a unique blend of instructor led classroom and computer based X-ray simulator training, designed to equip all participants with the knowledge, techniques and practical skills to efficiently screen and risk assess Airline and Airport catering supplies in aviation operations.

Aviation security training

The aviation industry has to deal with the use of coercion and insiders to facilitate criminal activity and attacks; threats to civil aviation airspace and cyberattacks designed to disrupt critical processes such as air traffic control systems, navigational aids, and passenger booking and management systems.

All facets of civil aviation are at risk – passenger aircraft, air cargo, airports, and related facilities and operations.

These innovations that promote a more touchless, seamless approach to airport security screening, which has become a more important objective during the current COVID-19 pandemic, have the potential to radically transform the way the passengers and baggage are screened.

Our aviation security courses includes modules for:

  • Flight Crew
  • Cabin Crew
  • Airport Ground Handling Personnel
  • Airport Security Screeners
  • Known Consignors
  • Regulated Agents
  • Certified Hauliers
  • Known and Regulated Suppliers
  • Cargo and Mail Agents
  • Freight Forwarders
  • Inflight & Airport Suppliers

As security threats continue to change, we have to remain vigilant, addressing known threats as well as new and undefined ones. That is the reason why we will continue to implement multi-layered security measures; discouraging, minimising and eliminating potential security threats.

Renful aviation security courses

First of all, you have to know we are experts in aviation security training and our specialists are ready to share their knowledge with the trainees.

Just like the aviation industry, with its international and multicultural character, our team consists of employees of many different nationalities. We share a mutual passion for supporting a safer and sustainable aviation industry.
Our courses are designed for aviation professionals and cover all aspects of aviation safety and security regulation.

Today, customers in over 80 countries worldwide use our products and services for training and monitoring their security teams. Our customers are represented by authorities, government agencies, customs and border guards, airports, ports, cargo forwarders, high-security installations and postal authorities.

Our courses will train aviation security personnel at the managerial level to plan, coordinate and implement the application of airport security preventive measures.
As our customers are based across the world, our team is multinational and multilingual and most importantly extremely helpful. So, whether you’re already one of our customers or enquiring about our products, our team is always on hand to answer your questions or deal with any difficulties you may be facing, in a professional and efficient manner.

If you would like to learn more about a range of courses from security courses to security awareness training, please contact us!

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