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Aviation Security

Aviation security training


CAP 1170
CAP 1170

Published by the Civil Aviation Authority, 2017

Civil Aviation Authority,


Aviation House,
Gatwick Airport South,

West Sussex,
RH6 0YR.

You can copy and use this text but please ensure you always use the most up to date version and use it in context so as not to
be misleading, and credit the CAA.

First published 2014

2nd Edition, March 2016


3rd Edition, April 2017

Enquiries regarding the content of this publication should be addressed to: avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk
Aviation Security, Civil Aviation Authority, CAA House, 45-59 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6TE

The latest version of this document is available in electronic format at www.caa.co.uk, where you may also register for e-mail

notification of amendments.

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Contents

Contents ..................................................................................................................... 1

Chapter 1................................................................................................................... 4

Instructor certification ................................................................................................. 4

Becoming a certified instructor and obtaining a CIN ........................................... 4

Changes to instructor listings .............................................................................. 4

List of certificated instructors ............................................................................... 5

Changes to instructor certification 1 September 2015 ...................................... 5

Chapter 2................................................................................................................... 6

Threat assessment a training package.................................................................... 6

Chapter 3................................................................................................................... 7

Aircrew instructors course ......................................................................................... 7

Course cost ......................................................................................................... 7

Course dates ....................................................................................................... 8

Applications ......................................................................................................... 8

Recognition of firearms, explosives and incendiary devices ............................... 8

Chapter 4................................................................................................................... 9

Ground security instructors course ........................................................................... 9

Recognition of firearms, explosives and incendiary devices ............................. 10

Chapter 5................................................................................................................. 10

Recognition of firearms, explosives and incendiary devices .................................... 10

ID card for the carriage of training aids ............................................................. 11

Course bookings ............................................................................................... 11

Approved providers of RFX courses.................................................................. 11

Redline Assured Security Ltd ..................................................................... 11

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Manchester Airport Group .......................................................................... 12

Gatwick Airport Limited .............................................................................. 12

Chapter 6................................................................................................................. 14

ICAO courses ........................................................................................................... 14

Chapter 7................................................................................................................. 15

Training aids............................................................................................................. 15

DVD request form.............................................................................................. 16

Security DVD training catalogue ....................................................................... 17

In-flight security .......................................................................................... 17

Explosives and firearms ............................................................................. 18

Ground security .......................................................................................... 18

Cargo security ............................................................................................ 21

In-flight supplies ......................................................................................... 22

General security awareness and learning packages .................................. 23

Other training aids ............................................................................................. 24

Posters ....................................................................................................... 24

Chapter 8................................................................................................................. 25

Aviation security managers training ......................................................................... 25

Chapter 9................................................................................................................. 26

Air cargo security training ......................................................................................... 26

Chapter 10............................................................................................................... 27

In-flight supplies security training ............................................................................. 27

Chapter 11............................................................................................................... 28

Training for the accounting and authorising of hold baggage (triple A) .................... 28

Chapter 12............................................................................................................... 29

General security awareness training ........................................................................ 29

Delivering a GSAT course ................................................................................. 29

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Recognition of competence to deliver GSAT ..................................................... 30

Chapter 13............................................................................................................... 31

National x-ray competency test ................................................................................ 31

Cabin baggage NXCT ....................................................................................... 31

Approved providers of the cabin baggage NXCT ....................................... 31

Cargo NXCT ...................................................................................................... 42

Approved providers of the cargo NXCT ...................................................... 42

Hold baggage NXCT ......................................................................................... 52

Approved providers of the hold baggage NXCT ......................................... 52

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CAP 1170 Chapter 1: Instructor certification

Chapter 1

Instructor certification

Becoming a certified instructor and obtaining a CIN


UK aviation security instructors delivering training under the National Aviation
Security Programme must be certificated by the DfT before they can deliver training.
The DfT has made significant changes to the instructor certification process over the
last 18 months and as part of certification, instructors are now issued with a unique
Certified Instructor Number (CIN). To get a CIN, instructors must:

Provide details and evidence of competence for each of the aviation


security syllabuses which they plan to deliver training from1; and
Have successfully completed a Level 3 Award in Education and
Training or equivalent;2 and
Have successfully completed a valid background check in line with
EU regulations.

Applications for or questions about obtaining CIN numbers can be directed to the
CAA at the following address: avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk.

Changes to instructor listings


In the past separate listings for certified instructors for the training of Aircrew and
Ground Security Operatives/Supervisors, Aviation Security Managers, Cargo
(Regulated Agents and Known Consignors), In-flight supplies, and GSAT were
shown on this webpage. Some of those lists covered all instructors, some only
covered those who had requested their details be published. Now, all UK certified
instructors whose details have been verified and given a Certified Instructor Number
(CIN) will be listed with the following information displayed: name; CIN number; the

1 General Security Awareness Training (GSAT) is excluded from this any certification also
allows the instructor to deliver training from the GSAT syllabus
2 More details on instructional techniques qualifications can be found below under the heading:
Changes to Instructor Certification 1 September 2015.

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syllabus(es) which the instructor is certificated to deliver. Please note that no contact
or company details will be displayed.

Updated versions of the list will be published at the beginning of every month.
Alterations will not be made to the published list until the next scheduled update but
any instructors whose details are missing or incorrect should contact us at the e-mail
address below in the interim period, to get their details added for when the next
update is published: avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk.

Due to breadth of requirement for GSAT, persons or training entities may be given
recognition of competence to deliver a GSAT course whilst not being certificated
aviation security instructors. Information on those who have recognition of
competence to deliver GSAT training can be obtained from the CAA.

List of certificated instructors


The draft list of certificated instructors can be found at: www.caa.co.uk/CAP1170.

Changes to instructor certification 1 September 2015


On the 1st September 2015 the Level 3 Award in Education and Training became the
baseline standard in instructional techniques for all aviation security instructors. This
applies to anyone wanting to attend any of the instructors courses provided by the
CAA or applying for DfT certification. Please see our archive page for more detailed
information about the change to the process and how it applies.

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CAP 1170 Chapter 2: Threat assessment a training package

Chapter 2

Threat assessment a training package

Copies of the distance learning material threat assessment a training package are
available from the CAA. This is an updated version of DfTs 2003 publication bomb
warning assessment.

Given the changes to the package, which was last updated in 2014, we strongly
encourage all threat assessors to review the latest material.

This training aid is only available to approved organisations and companies formally
in receipt of directions under the UK National Aviation Security Programme (NASP),
i.e. an airline, airport, listed cargo agent or in-flight supplies company. It is
recommended that all threat assessors receive recurrent training on a regular basis.

Please e-mail or post your request for copies of the threat assessment training
package on company headed note paper to: avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk, or

Aviation Security Regulation (training)


CAA House
45-59 Kingsway
London
WC2B 6TE

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CAP 1170 Chapter 3: Aircrew instructors course

Chapter 3

Aircrew instructors course

Mandatory for UK airlines and their agents.

The aim of the four day course is to provide aircrew aviation security instructors with
the necessary information to enable them to train flight and cabin crews on aviation
security. This will enable them to instruct staff on the appropriate measures to be
taken to minimise the consequences of security incidents.

Please note that this course focuses on aviation security only and does not deliver
any training in instructional techniques. Before attending this course, delegates are
expected to have successfully completed:

Level 3 Award in Education and Training or equivalent;3


A valid background check in line with EU regulations.

On completion of the course candidates will be provided with a copy of the UK


Aircrew Security Training syllabus.

Due to the high demand for this course, applications will be prioritised with priority
given to Instructors who will then go on to deliver training in accordance with the UK
National Aviation Security Programme (NASP). For this reason, we ask that
applications are sponsored by the Security Manager of a directed party. Applications
will be accepted from applicants who will not be delivering training in accordance
with the NASP only when a course is undersubscribed.

Course cost
There is no charge for this course. However delegates will need to pay for their
travel, subsistence and accommodation.

3 A list of approved qualifications is available on request and applications cannot be accepted if


the applicant cannot provide evidence to meet this requirement.

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Course dates
13 - 16 February 2017
17 - 20 July 2017

Applications
To apply for a place on the aircrew instructors course, please complete the
application form for CAA training courses (available from the contents page under
downloads) and submit it via a sponsor to: avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk, or

Aviation Security Regulation (training)


CAA House
45-59 Kingsway
London
WC2B 6TE

Recognition of firearms, explosives and incendiary devices


Please note that successful completion of the Aircrew Instructors course does not
entitle the instructor to deliver the RFX module of the Aircrew syllabus. Anyone
wishing to deliver the RFX module of the Aircrew syllabus must attend and pass an
initial RFX instructors course. For further details of course availability, timing and
cost, contact the RFX course providers listed in chapter 5 of this document.

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CAP 1170 Chapter 4: Withdrawal of the Ground security instructors course
effective 16 March 2017.

Chapter 4

Withdrawal of the Ground security instructors


course effective 16 March 2017.

The DfT and CAA have agreed to the withdrawal of the Ground Instructors course.
All future applicants wishing to become certificated to instruct ground security staff at
airports, airport supplies and/or inflight supplies security staff will now need to
successfully complete an industry-delivered Aviation Security Managers course.

In addition to successful completion of the ASM course, it is a recommendation that


all ground instructors achieve at least a basic level of operational competence. In
many cases this will be attained through previous career experience and where that
may not be applicable, it may be achieved through successful completion of the
relevant operative and supervisor training as necessary.

Please note that completion of this course does not automatically confer an
instructor certification or any training in instructional techniques, and you will need to
provide the added information below , to request approval for Ground Instructor
certification.

Level 3 Award in Education and Training or equivalent;4


A valid background check in line with EU regulations.

Please send applications for Ground instructor certification to:


avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk

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CAP 1170 Chapter 4: Recognition of firearms, explosives and incendiary devices

Recognition of firearms, explosives and incendiary devices

Please note that successful completion of the Ground Instructors course does not
entitle the instructor to deliver the RFX module of any aviation security training
syllabus. Anyone wishing to deliver the RFX module of an aviation security training
syllabus must attend and pass an initial RFX instructors course. For further details of
course availability, timing and cost, contact the RFX course providers listed in
chapter 5 of this document.

Recognition of firearms, explosives and


incendiary devices

The course is targeted at transport industry security instructors working for the
following:

airports,
airlines and their agents,
in-flight supplies and undertakings,
secure clean contractors,
air cargo agents,
ship and port operators and their agents;
Channel Tunnel operators, and
railway industry instructors.

Attendance will enable Instructors to organise and conduct initial and recurrent
training courses in the recognition of firearms, explosives and incendiary devices
(RFX) for transport security personnel.

The duration is two days for the initial course or one day for the recurrent and is held
at any of the following:

Redline Assured Security Ltd, Doncaster


Manchester Airport Group
Gatwick Airport Ltd

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A test is given at the end of this course which candidates are required to pass.

ID card for the carriage of training aids


On completion of the course candidates may request an identity card in the event
they may need to travel with training aids. However, this does not authorise the
holder to carry training aids through an airport or seaport or on any aircraft or ship or
through the channel tunnel. The holder will have to seek permission from the
appropriate airport / seaport / channel tunnel security manager, airlines / shipping
line / train operator and police before transporting any training aids.

The identity card is valid for three years from the date of completion of the course. At
the end of the three years, instructors who need to renew the ID card are required to
attend a one day RFX refresher course to provide them with up to date information
and new developments on firearms, explosives and incendiaries.

Course bookings
If you wish to attend a RFX course at any of the approved providers listed below,
please contact the course provider direct and they will supply you with an application
form and details of future planned course dates and availability.

Approved providers of RFX courses

Redline Assured Security Ltd


NOTE: Training is split between two locations. Please contact the provider for further
information.

Jim Termini

The National Security Training Centre (NSTC)

First Avenue
Robin Hood Airport
Doncaster
South Yorkshire
DN9 3RH

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or

Capital Place (CP)


120 Bath Road
Heathrow
UB3 5AN

admin@trustredline.co.uk

Phone: +44 (0)1302 623262


Fax: +44 (0)1302 623355

Manchester Airport Group


Curtis Walsh

Stansted Airport Limited


Enterprise House
Bassingbourn Rd
London Stansted Airport
Stansted
CM24 1QW

curtis_walsh@stanstedairport.com

Phone: +44 (0)1279 663160

Gatwick Airport Limited


Training Point
Concorde House
Gatwick Airport
Gatwick
West Sussex
RH6 ODW

gary.black@gatwickairport.com
jo.buchan@gatwickairport.com

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Phone: 01293 505330


Mob: 07841 482848

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CAP 1170 Chapter 5: ICAO courses

Chapter 5

ICAO courses

A specialised agency of the United Nations, the International Civil Aviation


Organization (ICAO) was created in 1944 to promote the safe and orderly
development of international civil aviation throughout the world. It sets standards and
regulations necessary for aviation safety, security, efficiency and regularity, as well
as for aviation environmental protection. ICAO serves as the forum for cooperation in
all fields of civil aviation among its 190 member states.

The network of Aviation Security Training Centres (ASTC) has been extended to
include Redline as the 23rd centre worldwide. A yearly ASTC directors meeting is
organised to ensure effective communication between the Centres and ICAO.
During this meeting best practices are exchanged and contacts are made and
maintained to ensure that further cooperation.

Besides the delivery of the ICAO sponsored training activities, ASTCs are also
required to develop and deliver a yearly programme of regional aviation security
courses adapted to the regional needs.

For more information on ASTC Doncaster courses please e-mail


ICAO@trustredline.co.uk.

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CAP 1170 Chapter 6: Training aids

Chapter 6

Training aids

This series of training DVDs has been prepared to help in the training of security
staff. The DVDs deal with ground security, explosives and firearms, in-flight security
and air cargo security. They are intended for use by those involved with aviation
security only.

NOTE 1: The training aids listed are only available to UK Instructors who have
successfully completed the relevant training courses.

Please list the title(s) you require and either e-mail or post your request along with
your company details to the address below. You are requested to read the
information notes before placing any orders to ensure that you only request the
titles required for the training that you deliver.

DVDs are supplied in PAL format and free of charge to UK airports, airlines, listed air
cargo agents, and companies providing security training.

NOTE 2: Unless training is regularly carried out at more than one location simultaneously,
or there is another good reason, we will not issue more than one copy per title.
Orders will not be accepted unless accompanied with company headed
requests.

Please send requests for training aids to: avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk, or

Aviation Security Regulation (DVD requests)


CAA House
45-59 Kingsway
London
WC2B 6TE

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DVD request form

Title Quantity
In-flight security
Hijacking - the secure flight deck
Disruptive passengers
Red threat bomb warning
Weapons and explosives
Weapons of terrorism
Explosive devices of terrorism
Ground security
Access control
New screening methodology
Barringer ionscan version; or
Ion track itomiser version

Hide and seek


Searching and guarding aircraft
Secure clean
Triple A
Screening techniques for passengers and staff
Interpreting x-ray images (astrophysics e-scan colour)
Security supervisor
Security equipment test procedures
Cargo security
Air tight
Courier security
Air cargo security - working as a team
Validation - a guide for consignors
Airline catering security
Ok to go
English
English (spoken) with Punjabi subtitles
English (spoken) with Polish subtitles
English (spoken) with Russian subtitles
General awareness and distance learning
Handling telephone bomb warnings
Hitting the target
Threat assessment - a training pack

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Security DVD training catalogue

In-flight security

Title: Hijacking: the secure flight deck


Production date: 2003
Running time: 12 minutes

This title was produced to assist with the security training of cabin and flight deck
staff to understand the importance of locking the flight deck door and as a training
aid to dealing with hijacking.

Title: Disruptive passengers


Production date: 2003
Running time: 14.5 minutes

This title was produced jointly with the CAA to assist with the security training of
cabin and flight deck staff to deal with disruptive passengers during a flight.

Title: Red threat bomb warning


Production date: 2000
Running time: 32 minutes

This title was produced to assist with the security training of cabin and flight deck
crew members. It provides information on how to deal with bomb warnings on the
ground and in the air and what to do if a device is found.

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Explosives and firearms

Title: Weapons of terrorism


Production date: 2003
Running time: 14.5 minutes

This title was produced to assist with the training of security staff in the recognition of
different types of weapons that could be used by terrorists. The film has been
designed to use on training courses for security staff involved in the aviation,
maritime and the Channel Tunnel.

Title: Explosive devices of terrorism


Production date: 2003
Running time: 15.5 minutes

This title was produced to assist with the training of security staff in the recognition of
explosive (and incendiary) devices including their component parts. The film has
been designed to use on training courses for security staff involved in the Aviation,
Maritime, Channel Tunnel and rail industries.

Ground security

Title: Access control


Production date: 2003
Running time: 15 minutes

This title provides security staff including airline and airport personnel with
information on the purpose, principles and methods of exercising access control at
airports maritime and channel tunnel sites.

Title: New screening methodology


Production date: 2002
Running time: 20 minutes

NOTE: There are 2 versions of this DVD and you should use the one for that particular
trace detection equipment that you have in operation at your location. There are

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the Ion Track Itemiser version or the Barringer Ionscan version. Please specify
which copy you want.

This title was produced to assist with the training of staff undertaking security duties
at transport locations where the New Screening Methodology is in use. This should
include those staff loading the X-ray belt, X-ray screeners, staff operating trace
detection equipment and undertaking hand searching, those staff body searching
and supervisors and managers of the aforementioned staff. The objective of the film
is to make the staff aware of what is involved with New Screening Methodology. This
involves the operation of X-ray equipment with threat image projection (TIP), trace
detection equipment and good teamwork and communication between all staff
members.

Title: Hide and seek


Production date: 2005
Running time: 18 minutes

This title is a complete re-make of methods of concealment, first produced in 1987.


It is suitable for all staff carrying out the searching by hand, both of people and their
baggage, and features prohibited articles and dangerous goods.

Title: Searching and guarding aircraft


Production date: 2002
Running time: 7.5 minutes

This title provides security staff with information on how to conduct the search of an
aircraft and maintain an effective guard. It is aimed at aircrew and other staff who
carry out aircraft searches on the ground - there is a separate version of the film for
staff who carry out a secure clean (see next page).

Title: Secure clean


Production date: 2002
Running time: 10.5 minutes

This title is aimed at cleaning staff who carry out the security search of an aircraft. It
gives the staff information on how to conduct the security search of an aircraft.

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Title: Triple A hold baggage reconciliation


Production date: 2001
Running time: 24 minutes

This title is about hold baggage reconciliation in the aviation industry. It is a must for
the training of Appointed Persons but will also be useful for baggage handlers,
check-in staff and general security staff working airside. The film shows the
importance of a good baggage reconciliation system and the possible consequences
if the system is not properly adhered to.

Title: Screening techniques for passengers and staff


Production date: 1991
Running time: 11 minutes

This title provides search staff with information on the procedures for screening
passengers and staff. It features practises for working with a walk through metal
detector (WTMD) and hand held metal detector (HHMD), and shows examples of
searches for men and women.

Title: Interpreting x-ray images (astrophysics e-scan colour)


Production date: 1991
Running time: 23 minutes

Part 1 of the film is designed to help operators to recognise x-ray images of a


selection of prohibited articles and everyday items. Some examples are shown in
isolation and some in bags. Part 2 of the film provides staff experience in deciding
which bags to reject for hand search from a selection of x-ray images.

Title: Security supervisor


Production date: 1992
Running time: 17 minutes

This title provides support for the training of security supervisors. It is split into seven
sections what is supervision?, leadership, situations and attitudes, awareness,
standards, equipment and responses which are key elements of the supervisors

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role. The film is designed to stimulate discussion amongst a group of supervisors as


part of a structured training course.

Title: Security equipment test procedures


Production date: 1996
Running time: 17 minutes

This title has been produced to explain the key procedures used to test walk through
metal detectors, hand held metal detectors and x-ray security equipment. It is of
prime importance in aiding staffs understanding of the effectiveness of the
equipment. The film should be used to train staff within the aviation security industry,
but can be used for staff in the maritime industry and channel tunnel operations.

Cargo security

Title: Air tight


Production date: 2008
Running time: 15 minutes

This film replaces stopping the rot.

This film is intended to give an awareness of the air cargo security regime including
transportation and the role of the known consignor, regulated agent and airlines. It
focuses on the 3 main areas of the supply chain that carry SPX cargo and shows
examples of good and bad practices. The film covers many of the teaching points
contained in the air cargo training syllabus and is designed to be used in conjunction
with and as a part of the training required by relevant regulation.

Title: Courier security


Production date: 1999
Running time: 20 minutes

This title illustrates the key principles of the air cargo regime in relation to couriers.
The importance of individuals role in delivering secure air cargo is highlighted. The
film has been produced to assist the provision of security training within cargo

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courier companies. It is intended for an audience of managers, warehouse staff,


reception staff and drivers alike.

Title: Air cargo security - working as a team


Production date: 2005
Running time: 10.5 minutes

This title is an air cargo training film aimed at drivers as well as those working in a
hub / warehouse showing how team working can prevent acts of unlawful
interference.

Title: Validation - a guide for consignors


Production date: 2004
Running time: 12 minutes

This title is an air cargo training film aimed at companies whose premises are about
to be validated by an approved validator.

In-flight supplies

Title: OK to go
Production date: 2006
Running time: 14 minutes

This title has been produced to take account of the new requirements of the single
direction for in-flight supplies and stores which came into effect on 1 February 2005.
It is designed to give staff of catering undertakings a general awareness of the
security requirements associated with supplying catering supplies to airlines
departing from a UK airport.

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General security awareness and learning packages

Title: Handling a telephone bomb warning


Production date: 2003
Running time: 8 minutes

This title provides guidance to personnel on how to handle a telephoned bomb


warning. It provides information on techniques necessary to enable the recipient to
be able to obtain as much information as possible so that an effective assessment of
the warning may be made.

Title: Hitting the target DVD and notes for Instructors


Including A Security Exercise for Students
Production date: 2000
Running time: 17 minutes

This title was produced to assist with the training of all types of staff who work in an
airport, seaport or channel tunnel environment, who are not directly responsible for
security. The film was designed to be used as part of an induction-training
programme for new staff or recurrent training for existing staff. This could include
managers, contractors, caterers, cleaners, concessionaires, re-fuellers and
engineers - in fact anyone who works at a transport location. Security staff will also
be interested in the content.

The objective of the film is to make everybody who works at a transport location
aware that it is in their interest to think about security. The film shows that when
other staff have a security concern they should contact security staff. The more
vigilant all staff are, the less opportunity there will be for terrorists to find a loophole
in security.

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Other training aids

Teaching booklets and syllabuses (only available to UK instructors who have


attended mandatory courses). Any request for a copy of a syllabus should be
provided either from a company email address or on company headed paper.
Syllabuses are no longer provided in hard copy and will be sent in PDF format.

Aviation Security Managers Security Training (February 2011)

Aircrew Security Training (June 2010)

Ground Security Operative and Supervisor Security Training (May 2010)

Airport Supplies Security Training (June 2012)

Triple A (June 2002)5

General Security Awareness Training (GSAT) (August 2010)

In-flight Supplies Security Training (February 2013)

Air Cargo (Regulated Agent) Security Training (August 2014)

Air Cargo (Known Consignor) Security Training (August 2014)

Guidance on the use of threat image projection

Posters
New inspectors pass available in PDF

5 Undergoing revision to reflect the EC300 changes.

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CAP 1170 Chapter 7: Aviation security managers training

Chapter 7

Aviation security managers training

This mandatory training is aimed at security managers employed by airports, airlines


and their agents and in-flight supplies undertakings and secure clean contractors,
who have direct managerial responsibilities for security personnel carrying out
aviation security duties. Managers will be provided with information to enable them to
understand the aims and objectives of the aviation security organisation; the threat to
civil aviation and risks to its security and to be able to implement current security
policies and procedures outlined in the relevant airport or airline security program.

Whilst in the past provision of both initial and recurrent managers training was
limited to providers specifically approved by the DfT, since February 2011 anyone
who has successfully completed an initial security managers course is entitled to
provide this training (subject to meeting the other requirements for instructors set out
in EU regulation and certification by the DfT). Recurrent training must be delivered
within 36 months of Initial Training.

Additionally, those attending this course in order to obtain certification to deliver


ground security training will still need to apply through the CAA to DfT for this
certification. Any such requests should be sent to: avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk.

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CAP 1170 Chapter 8: Air cargo security training

Chapter 8

Air cargo security training

As of 22 August 2014 new and updated cargo syllabuses for both Regulated Agent
and Known Consignor training have been published. Training under the old air cargo
syllabus (i.e. the old levels A-G) is no longer acceptable.

For staff working at a regulated agent site, including any drivers, training under the
Air Cargo (Regulated Agent) Security Training syllabus should be provided.

For staff working at a known consignor, including any drivers, training under the Air
Cargo (Known Consignor) Security Training syllabus should be provided.

This mandatory training is aimed at personnel who work in air cargo and mail. The
syllabuses provided for training at all levels general awareness, operatives,
supervisors, responsible persons and managers.

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CAP 1170 Chapter 9: In-flight supplies security training

Chapter 9

In-flight supplies security training

As of February 2013, a new and updated in-flight supplies security training syllabus
is available. This mandatory training is aimed at personnel who work in the in-flight
supplies environment and provides for training at all levels general awareness,
operatives, supervisors, responsible persons and managers.

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CAP 1170 Chapter 10: Training for the accounting and authorising of hold
baggage (triple A)

Chapter 10

Training for the accounting and authorising of


hold baggage (triple A)

A revised and updated Triple A syllabus is currently being developed. More


information on this new syllabus will be provided when possible.

The Triple A syllabus was published in June 2002 and an guidance note detailing
changes to that syllabus to keep it in line with GSAT was published in December
2012.

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CAP 1170 Chapter 11: General security awareness training

Chapter 11

General security awareness training

General security awareness training (GSAT) is a requirement of EC regulation


2015/1998 and applies to all applicants for, and holders of, a full pass granting
unescorted access to the security restricted area (SRA) except where the applicant
or pass holder is already in receipt of equivalent or better training (known as
equivalence).

Full details of the GSAT requirements and the alternative training which is
recognised as being equivalent are included in the mandatory conditions and
syllabus document.

GSAT training must be designed in accordance with and meet the mandatory
conditions and syllabus document issued by the CAA. Anyone wishing to design a
GSAT course must be a certificated instructor for at least one of the following areas:

Ground security operatives or supervisors


Aviation security managers
Aircrew
In-flight supplies
Air Cargo

Delivering a GSAT course


Any DfT-certificated instructor can also deliver GSAT (for further details, see the
Certificated Instructors List). In addition, those people or organisations recognised
as competent by DfT to deliver GSAT are also allowed to deliver a compliant GSAT
course. To confirm whether or not a person or organisation is recognised as
competent to deliver GSAT training, please contact the CAA at the following
address: avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk.

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Recognition of competence to deliver GSAT


Any individual or organisation wishing to be recognised as competent to deliver
GSAT must apply throguh the CAA for this recognition. The criteria that must be met
are set out below.

For an organisation seeking recognition of competence to deliver GSAT, evidence of


the following points must be demonstrated:

that the organisation has an established network of Instructors;


that those Instructors employed are qualified to Level 3 Award in
Education and Training or acceptable equivalent;
that all Instructors will be working from a training package designed
by a certificated instructor in accordance with relevant legislation;
that the organisation has in place a quality assurance or audit
process that ensures a consistent approach to the training delivered
by all Instructors; and
that the organisation understands, accepts and will abide by the
terms of the mandatory conditions section of the mandatory
conditions and syllabus for GSAT.

For an individual seeking recognition of competence to deliver GSAT, evidence of


the following points must be provided:

that the applicant is qualified as an instructor to Level 3 Award in


Education and Training or equivalent;
that the applicant works wholly or largely within the aviation industry;
that the applicant will be working from a training package designed
by a certificated instructor in accordance with relevant legislation;
and
that the applicant understands, accepts and will abide by the terms
of the mandatory conditions section of the mandatory conditions and
syllabus for GSAT.

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Chapter 12

National x-ray competency test

The purpose of the national x-ray competency test (NXCT) is to enforce a minimum,
uniform standard of competence for screeners using x-ray/EDS equipment to screen
items for carriage by air by ensuring that all trainees prove that they have the
necessary skills to be effective at the x-ray screening task before they work in the
operational environment. Separate tests exist for cabin baggage, cargo and hold
baggage screeners.

Cabin baggage NXCT


Anyone employed in the screening of cabin baggage using x-ray or EDS equipment
must be in possession of a valid cabin baggage NXCT certificate. Thereafter the
cabin baggage NXCT may continue to be used to meet the 6 monthly recurrent
training testing requirements. It is a mandatory requirement that it is re-passed at
least every 13 months. The cabin baggage NXCT should take about one hour to
complete and will usually be initially taken as part of induction training.

If you are interested in becoming accredited to deliver the cabin baggage NXCT, you
will need to meet the cabin baggage NXCT accreditation criteria.

Approved providers of the cabin baggage NXCT


Aberdeen International Airport
Broomfield House, Room C8, Brent Road, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 7DU
01224 725795
Nicole McAllister Nicole.McAllister@aiairport.com

Airlock Aviation
The Applegarth, Chinnor Road, Aston Rowant, Watlington, Oxon, OX49 5SH
07739 807730
Gaynor McLaughlin gmclaughlin@airlockaviation.com

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Airport Management Services


Terminal Building, Inverness Airport, Inverness, IV2 7JB
01667 461 533 or 01667 461 535
Gary Stoddart gstoddart@hial.co.uk

Astacc
11 Addington Crescent, North Shields, Tyne & Wear, NE29 7PZ
0191 259 2563
Jeff Golightly info@astacc.com

Atlantic Group Associates


10310 Majestic Trail, Parkland, Florida 33076, USA
001 954 755 1953
John Pears agasecurity@msn.com

AviationSec
6 Mill Cottages, Grindley Brook, Whitchurch, SY13 4QH
07802 221 365
Andrew Hudson andrew@aviationsec.co.uk

Avsec Global Ltd


Business Incubation Centre,University of Chichester, Bognor Regis Campus,
Upper Bognor Road, Bognor Regis,West Sussex, United Kingdom, PO21 1HR

Chris Barratt contactus@avsecltd.com

Sara Gladstone contactus@avsecltd.com

Belfast City Airport


Belfast, BT3 9JH, Northern Ireland
028 9093 9093
John Smyth Smythj@belfastcityairport.com
or Ray Jefferies ray.jeffries@hotmail.co.uk

BFBS Consultants Ltd


PO Box 688, RH19 4UE

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01342 314232
Simon Bolt info@bfbssecurity.com

Birmingham Airport Ltd


Birmingham, B26 3QJ
0121 767 7421
Richard Hill Richard.Hill@birminghamairport.co.uk

Bradford Swissport
Pro Logis Park, Stockley Road, West Drayton, UB7 9FN
020 8606 3000
Jonathan Young jyoung@bradfordswissport.com

Brooksmith Training
7 Rosebay Crescent, Grove, Oxfordshire, OX12 0BU
01235 766 125
Graham Brooks graham.brooks@ukgateway.net

Browns UK Training Services


72 Evelyn Crescent, Sunbury, Middlesex, TW16 6LZ
07841 590 787
Rodger Brown rodgebrown@me.com

Cardiff Airport
Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, CF62 3BD
+44 (0) 7342 949255
Clive Parsons clive.parsons@cwl.aero

City of Derry Airport


CODA (Operations) Ltd, Airport Road, Eglinton, County Derry, BT47 3GY
028 71 81 07 84
Tracy Duffy Tracy.Duffy@cityofderryairport.com

Coventry Airport
Phoenix House, Coventry Airport South, Siskin Parkway West, Coventry, CV3 4PB

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02476 308 609


Rob Sweeney rsweeney@coventryairport.co.uk

Dangerous Goods Management


Unit 1, Site 4, Howe Moss drive, Kirkhill Ind. Estate, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 0GL
01224 773 776
Terry Cobban terry@dgm.co.uk

DV Training & Development Ltd


4 Barnard Close, Little Canfield, Dunmow, Essex, CM6 1ZB
07738 302 557 (Vivienne) or 07738 586850 (Dawn)
Vivienne Darnell vdarnell@dvtrainingltd.com or
Dawn Galley dgalley@dvtrainingltd.com

Edinburgh Airport
BAA UNI Training Facility, Edinburgh Airport, Forth Building, Edinburgh, EH12 9DN
0131 348 4281
Beverley Miller Bev_Miller@edinburghairport.com

Exeter International Airport


Exeter, Devon, EX5 2BD
01392 354 950
Emma Eyles-Amphlett security@exeter-airport.co.uk

G4S Security Services (UK)


Princess House, Nobel Drive, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 5EY
0208 564 3461
Paul Tallent paul.tallent@uk.g4s.com or
Angela Christie angela.christie@uk.g4s.com

G4S Security Services (Guernsey) Limited


States Airport, Forest, Guernsey, GY8 0DS
+44 (0) 1481 237712
Tracey Simon airportsecurity@cwgsy.net

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Gatwick Airport Ltd


Room 419a, 4th Floor North Wing, Concorde House, South Terminal , Gatwick
Airport, West Sussex RH6 0NP
Sue Gray sue.gray@gatwickairport.com or
Andrew Diplock andrew.diplock@gatwickairport.com

Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard Agency


Winston Churchill Avenue, Gibraltar
Andrew Victor andrew.victor@bca.gov.gi

Glasgow Airport Ltd


Security Department, Glasgow Airport, St Andrews Drive, Paisley, PA3 2ST
0141 848 4759
Barbara Thomson barbara.thomson@glasgowairport.com

Glasgow Prestwick Airport


Aviation House, Prestwick, KA9 2PL
01292 511089
Malcolm Hadwin mhadwin@glasgowprestwick.com

Global Air Training


Global House, Worley Court, Bolesworth Road, Tattenhall, Cheshire, CH3 9HL
01829 771 334
John Cordingley john.cordingley@globalaviation.com

Gloucestershire Airport
Staverton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 6SR
01452 857 700
Mark Webb mwebb@gloucestershireairport.co.uk

GM Associates
7 The Dell, Vernham Dean, Andover, Hampshire, SP11 0LF
01264 737 424
Garry Mitchell Garryassoc@aol.com

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Goshawk Training Solutions


John Houghton johnhoughton20@gmail.com

GSL Dardan Ltd


Bristow Helicopters, Forties Road, Aberdeen, AB21 0NT
01224 756239
Aidan Mulhall Aidan.mulhall@gsldardan.co.uk

Guernsey Freight Services Ltd


Cargo Terminal, States Airport, Guernsey, GY8 0DJ
Steven Le Cheminant Steve.LeCheminant@dhl.com

Heathrow Airport Ltd


The Compass Centre, Nelson Road, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW6 2GW
020 8745 6352
Chris Needham chris_needham@heathrow.com
Andrew McGregor Andrew_mcgregor@heathrow.com
Sarah Alphonse Sarah_alphonse@heathrow.com
Jason Mcloughlin, training manager JasonMcLoughlin@heathrow.com
Mohamed Onisemo mohamed_onisemo@heathrow.com

Humberside International Airport


Kirmington, North Lincolnshire, DN39 6YH
01652 688 456
Graham Parker Graham.Parker@humbersideairport.com

ICTS (UK) Limited


Bristol Airport Ltd, Bristol Airport, BS48 3DY
Robbie Peters robbie_uk@icts.co.uk

Interserve
Interserve (Defence) Ltd, Airhead , Ascension Island Base, Ascension, ASCN 1ZZ
Janet Marshall BFSAI-ASCSyOp@mod.uk

JP International Aviation Security (UK) Ltd


PO BOX 2547, Luton, LU3 9DS

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01582 594086
Jim Pike james.pike@jp-ias.co.uk

K.R. Associates
5 New Farthingdale, Dormansland, Lingfield, Surrey, RH7 6RF
07774 3200881
Keith Scott keithscottassociates@gmail.com

Leeds Bradford Airport


Leeds LS19 7TU
Sharon Stephenson sharon.stephenson@airservcorp.com

London City Airport


Information Desk, Main Terminal Building, London City Airport, London, E16 2PX
Terry Wood Terry.Wood@londoncityairport.com

London Luton Airport


Navigation House, Airport Way, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU2 9LY
01582 395296
Robert Colliers bob.collier@ltn.aero

London Southend Airport


Southend-on-Sea, SS26YF
01702 538543
Kaye Pudwell kaye.pudwell@southendairport.com

Manchester Airport Group


The Learning Hub, 1st Floor Olympic House, Manchester Airport, M90 1QX
0161 489 5783
Nigel Wickenden Nigel.wickenden@magairports.com

MITIE Aviation Security


MITIE Aviation Security, Times house, Bravingtons walk, London N1 9AW.
Denise Fields Denise.Fields@mitie.com

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Newcastle International Airport Ltd


Woolsington, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE13 8BZ
0191 2143369 (Bill) or 0191 2143354 (Fiona)
William (Bill) Lapsley BGML@newcastleinternational.co.uk or
Fiona Hume fhume@newcastleinternational.co.uk

Newquay Cornwall Airport


Carloggas, St. Mawgan, Nr Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 4RQ
01637 861 052
Nerissa Marx nmarx@newquaycornwallairport.com

Norwich International Airport


Amsterdam Way, Norwich, NR6 6JA
01603420633
Jamie Price Jamie.Price@norwichinternational.com

OCS Transport Limited


600 Central Way, North Feltham Trading Estate,Feltham TW14 0RX
Peter Jones Peter.S.Jones@ocs.co.uk

Pensever Aviation Ltd


07738 032791
Hilary Oliver holiver@penseveraviation.com

PlaneSafe Ltd
Sunnyacres, Lower Bostraze, Newbridge, Nr. Penzance, Cornwall, TR20 8PU
01736 788809 or 0789 9668920
Huw Davies hdaviesplanesafe@aol.com

Praetorian Aviation Ltd


Kerry Robertson Kerryrobertson@praetorianaviation.co.uk

Quadratica UK Ltd
Europarc Innovation Centre, Innovation Way, Grimsby, N.E. Lincolnshire, DN37 9TT

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01472 898751
Martin Miller m.miller@quadratica.co.uk

Quelltex Ltd

Mollys Cottage,The Lhen, Andreas,Isle Of Man,IM7 3EH


01624 819 827
Paul Quellin info@quelltex.co.uk

Redkite Aviation
Room 7303, Mezzanine Level, The Station, Manchester Airport, Manchester, M90
3RR
0161 489 6688 or 07889 835870
Mike Lord mike@myredkite.uk

Redline Assured AviationSecurity Ltd


The National Security Training Centre, First Avenue, Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster,
DN9 3RH
01302 623 262
David Openshaw dopenshaw@trustredline.co.uk or
Ross Williams rwilliams@trustredline.co.uk

Resource IOM Ltd


IOM Airport, 1st Floor, Ballasalla, IOM, IM9 2AS
01624 821714 or +447624319818
Niall McCormick Niall.McCormick@noonan.im

RJA (UK) Ltd


Hangar 1 , TAG Farnborough Airport , Farnborough, Hampshire , GU14 6XA
07990867284 or 01252 526 434
Gareth Lewis rjadm@tagfarnborough.com

Securitas
Securitas Transport Aviation Services Ltd, Hangar 1, Durham Tees Valley Airport,
DL2 1LU

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07834328565
Robert Jones rob.jones@securitas.uk.com

Securitas
Securitas Transport Aviation Services, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Speke, L24
1YD
07841361825
Anthony Pink tony.pink@securitas.uk.com
Securitas
Airbus UK Aviation Terminal, Chester Road, Broughton, Flintshire, CH4 0DR
Mathew Ierston Mathew.Ierston@securitas.uk.com

Serco
Defence Science and Technology, Scatsta Airport, Brae, Shetland, ZE2 9QP
01806 244 304 900 Ext 248
Kimberley Fisher Kimberley.fisher@serco.com

Southampton International Airport


Southampton, Hants, SO18 2NL
023 80 627371
Christopher Bradbury chris_bradbury@baa.com

Stansted Airport Ltd


Stansted Airport Limited, Enterprise House, Bassingbourn Rd, London Stansted
Airport, Stansted CM24 1QW
Teisha Lock TeishaLock@stanstedairport.com

Steve Cook
Waterworks House, The Street, Marham, Norfolk, PE33 9JN
Steve Cook stevepaul1968@hotmail.co.uk

Swissport Cargo Services classroom


+44(0)1614996714
Craig Dalton Craig.Dalton@swissport.com

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Terminal Management Ltd


Air Terminal, Winston Churchill Avenue, Gibraltar
+350 20073026
Michael Baldacchino or Joseph Schembri info@gibraltar-airport.com

Training Team
Golf House, Horsham Road, Pease Pottage, Crawley, West Sussex, RH11 9SG
01293 536 943
Chris Gray Chris.gray@trainingteam.co.uk

Transport Security Associates Group


Mission Hall, Steam Farm Lane, Feltham, Middlesex, TW14 0PW
+44 (0)208 831 0724
Patricia Setrakian patricia@tsagp.com

UK Aviation Security Ltd


80 Barnhorn Road, Bechill on Sea, East Sussex, TN39 4QA
+44 (0)7932 764730
Peter Miller peter.miller@ukaviationsecurity.com

Westminster Aviation Security Services Ltd


07791671210
Paul Morton p.morton@wass-ltd.com

Wilson James
Colnbrook Logistics Centre, Colnbrook Bypass, Slough SL3 0EB
07917 108506
Emma Russell emma.russell@wilsonjames.co.uk

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Cargo NXCT
Anyone employed in the screening of air cargo using X-ray or EDS equipment must
be in possession of a valid cargo NXCT certificate. Thereafter the cargo NXCT may
continue to be used to meet the 6 monthly recurrent training testing requirements. It
is a mandatory requirement that it is re-passed at least every 13 months. The cargo
NXCT should take about one hour to complete and will usually be initially taken as
part of induction training. If you are interested in becoming accredited to deliver the
cargo NXCT, you will need to meet the Cargo NXCT Accreditation Criteria.

Approved providers of the cargo NXCT


Abbey Training Services Limited
30 Abbeyfields Close, Netley Abbey, Southampton, SO13 5GR
023 8045 5646
Alan Baker baker-alan@ntlworld.com

AEH Training Solutions


10 Gower Avenue, Hazel Grove, Stockport, SK7 5AL
0161 483 5180
Mark Higgins markahiggins@aehtrainingsolutions.co.ukt

Air Cargo Training (ACT)


1 Dunkeld Grove, Kinwood, Bangor, Co Down, Northern Ireland, BT19 6RH
028 9145 9293
Neal Skelton Skeltonbangor@aol.com

Airlock Aviation
Centurion House, London Road, Staines, TW18 4AX
07739 807730
Gaynor McLaughlin gmclaughlin@airlockaviation.com

Airport Management Services


Terminal Building, Inverness Airport, Inverness, IV2 7JB
01667 461 533 or 01667 461 535
Gary Stoddart gstoddart@hial.co.uk

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Anderson Young Aviation Ltd


Bagshot House, High Street, Bagshot, GU19 5AF
01276 478 940
Nirmal Sidhu nick.sidhu@ayaviation.co.uk

ASTACC
11 Addington Crescent, North Shields, Tyne & Wear, NE29 7PZ
0191 259 2563
Jeff Golightly jeffgolightly@btinternet.com

AviationSec
6 Mill Cottage, Grindley Brook, Nr Whitchurch, Shropshire, SY13 4QH
07802 221 365
Andrew Hudson andrew@aviationsec.co.uk

Avsec Global Ltd


Business Incubation Centre,University of Chichester, Bognor Regis Campus,
Upper Bognor Road, Bognor Regis,West Sussex, United Kingdom, PO21 1HR

Chris Barratt contactus@avsecltd.com

Sara Gladstone contactus@avsecltd.com

AWB Security Services


3 Mere Close, Ramsey Mereside, Huntingdon, Cambs, PE26 2UQ
01733 844 462
Anthony Barnett aw.barnett@btopenworld.com

BFBS Consultants Limited


PO Box 688, East Grinstead, RH19 4UE
01342 314232
Simon Bolt info@bfbssecurity.com

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BIFA
Redfern House, Browells Lane, Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 7EP
020 8844 3629
Sharon Hammond s.hammond@bifa.org

Bollore Logistics
673 Spur Road, North Feltham Trading Estate, Middlesex TW14 0SL
0208 831 4900

Anthony Cox tony.cox@bollore.com

Browns (UK) Training Services


72 Evelyn Crescent, Sunbury, Middlesex, TW16 6LZ
07841 590 787
Rodger Brown rodgebrown@icloud.com

Cargo TRACKER International Ltd


More House, 514 Finchley Road, London, NW11 8DD
020 8458 7720
Ron Haviv cargotracker@msn.com

Collard & Co Ltd


118b Burcott Road, Avonmouth, Bristol, BS11 8AB
0117 982 7746
Jarad Collard jarad.collard@collardnco.co.uk

Cryptair Limited
7 Falcon Mews, Maldon, Essex, CM9 6YN
07870 410 674
Tim Robertson director@cryptair.co.uk

Dangerous Goods Management


Unit 1Site 4, Howe Moss Drive, Kirkhill Industrial Estate, Dyce, Aberdeen, AB21 0GL
(01224) 773776
James Petrie jim@dgm.co.uk

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Dan Lee Training


30, Brockhurst Park, Marldon, Devon, TQ3 1LB
07809 457710 (Dan) or 07976 958244 (Ian)
Dan Lee danleetc@aol.com or
Ian Dallow lan.dallow@googlemail.com

Davies Turner Air Cargo


Unit A1, Calder Way, Colnbrook, Slough, Berkshire, SL3 0BQ
01753 680 828
Karl Francis karlfrancis@daviesturner.co.uk or
David OToole davidotoole@daviesturner.co.uk

DHL Express Ltd


Unit 8-9 Dunbeath Court, Elgin Industrial Estate, Dunbeath Road,Swindon,
SN2 8EA
(0)2031185199
Kirk Stalley kirk.stalley@dhl.com

Federal Express
FedEx Express, Endeavour House, Coopers End Road, Stansted Airport, Essex
CM24 1HA
+44 (0)1279 666589
Paul Birch pbirch@fedex.com

Freightnet Handling Ltd


Building 554, Shoreham Road, Heathrow Airport, TW6 3US
0208 759 6510
Darren Salmon daz@freightnethandling.co.uk

G4S Security Services (UK)


Princess House, Nobel Drive, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 5EY
0208 564 3461
Paul Tallent paul.tallent@uk.g4s.com
Angela Christie angela.christie@uk.g4s.com

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Gatehouse Consultancy
79 Langtons Meadow, Farnham Common, Buckinghamshire, SL2 3NQ
01753 645 090
Julie Twiddy gatehouse21@btconnect.com

Gatehouse Consultancy
39 Eastwood Road, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 0PH
01205 369477
Sian Goddard sian_gatehouse@yahoo.com

GEODIS
Action Court, Ashford Road, Ashford, TW15 1XS
01784 229286
John March john.march@geodis.com

Global Air Training


Global House, Worley Court, Bolesworth Road, Tattenhall, Cheshire, CH3 9HL
01829 771 334
John Cordingley john.cordingley@globalaviation.com

GSL Dardan Ltd


Bristow Helicopters, Forties Road, Aberdeen, AB21 0NT
01224 756239
Aidan Mulhall Aidan.mulhall@gsldardan.co.uk

Guernsey Freight Services Ltd


Cargo Terminal, States Airport, Guernsey, GY8 0DJ
Steven Le Cheminant Steve.LeCheminant@dhl.com

ICTS (UK) Limited


Room 123, Lakeside House, 1 Furzeground Way, Stockley Park East, Uxbridge,
UB11 1BD
Virinder Singh virinder_uk@icts.co.uk
Ghouse Mohammed ghouse.mohammed@icts.co.uk

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Interserve
Interserve (Defence) Ltd, Airhead , Ascension Island Base, Ascension, ASCN 1ZZ
Janet Marshall BFSAI-ASCSyOp@mod.uk

JP International Aviation Security (UK) Ltd


PO BOX 2547, Luton, LU3 9DS
01582 594086
James Pike james.pike@jp-ias.co.uk

Keuhne & Nagel Ltd


First Floor, 1 Roundwood Avenue, Stockley Park, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB11 1FG
0208 8673000
Kay Clark kay.clark@kuehne-nagel.com

Manchester Airport Group


The Learning Hub, 1st Floor Olympic House, Manchester Airport, M90 1QX
0161 489 5783
Nigel Wickenden Nigel.wickenden@magairports.com

MH Associates
40 Kingsway, Stanwell, Middlesex, TW19 7QE
01784 885 862
Martin Henry mhenrycargo@yahoo.com

Mitie
Security House, 20 Milburn Avenue, Oldbrook, Milton Keynes, MK26 2WX
01908671317
Paul Munslow paul.munslow@mitie.com

M Nippon Express (UK) Ltd


Heathrow 360, 2 Millington Road, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 4AZ
07721 465518 or 020 8737 4166
Mick Hedgecock mick.hedgecock@neeur.com

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Newcastle International Airport


Woolsington, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE13 8BZ
01912143354
Fiona Hume Fhume@newcastleinternational.co.uk

Noonam Resource Services Group


IOM Airport, 1st Floor, Ballasalla, IOM, IM9 2AS
01624 821714 or +44 7624 319 818
Niall McCormick niall.mccormick@noonan.im

Plane Handling Ltd


South Point, Bedfont Road, Stanwell, Middlesex, TW19 7LE
01784 425 175
Denis Beckley denis.beckley@planehandling.com

Praetorian Aviation Ltd


Kerry Robertson Kerryrobertson@praetorianaviation.co.uk

Professional Security Solutions Ltd


Tyburn House, Dick Turpin Way, Feltham, Middlesex, TW14 0PS
020 8831 9888
John OReilly john@pro-security.co.uk

Quelltex Ltd
Mollys Cottage,The Lhen, Andreas,Isle Of Man,IM7 3EH
01624 819 827
Paul Quellin info@quelltex.co.uk

Redkite Aviation
Room 7303 , Mezzanine Level, The Station, Manchester Airport, Manchester, M90
3RR
0161 489 6688 or 07889 835870
Mike Lord mike@myredkite.uk

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Redline Aviation
The National Security Training Centre, First Avenue, Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster,
DN9 3RH
01302 623 262
David Openshaw dopenshaw@trustredline.co.uk or
Ross Williams rwilliams@trustredline.co.uk

Renshaw Associates Ltd


End Cottage, Higher Newmarket Road, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0RJ
Wayne Renshaw wayne@renshawassociates.com

Royal Mail
RM Letters, RM 411 POB, Mount Pleasant MC, Farringdon Road, London, EC1A
1BB
Granville Fairclough-Hawley dawn.graham@royalmail.com

RTL Consultants Ltd,


47 Tyler Road, Ratby, Leicestershire, LE6 0NQ
Stuart Southern sales@rtlconsultants.com

Sabine Wickes & Associates


2 Dent Close, Duston, Northampton, Northamptonshire NN5 6GP
07887 876446
John Wickes sabinewickesandassociates@yahoo.com

Safety Compliance Solution Ltd


38 Clockhouse Lane, Ashford, Middlesex, TW15 2HD
07591 305312
Ian Lindsay ianscs@aol.com

Securitas
Securitas Transport Aviation Services, Hangar 1, Durham Tees Valley Airport, DL2
1LU
07834328565
Robert Jones rob.jones@securitas.uk.com

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Securitas
Securitas Transport Aviation Services, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Speke, L24
1YD
07841361825
Anthony Pink Tony.Pink@securitas.uk.com

Serco
Scatsta Airport, Brae, Shetland, ZE2 9QP
+44 (0)806 244 304
Kimberley Fisher Kimberley.fisher@serco.com

Swissport Cargo Services classroom


1806 244 305Craig Dalton Craig.Dalton@swissport.com

Training Team
Golf House, Horsham Road, Pease Pottage, Crawley, West Sussex, RH11 9SG
01293 536 943
Chris Gray chris.gray@trainingteam.co.uk

TLT Security Solutions Ltd


Office 43, RCM Business Centre, Sandbeds Trading Estate, Dewsbury Road,
Ossett, West Yorkshire, WF5 9ND
01924 264 283
David Smith dave.s.tlt@ukonline.co.uk or
Linda Davies linda@tltsecuritysolutions.co.uk

TNT UK Limited
People Development Department, TNT Chambers, 102 Long Street, Atherstone,
Warwickshire, CV9 1BS
01827 715 371
Ann Barsby Ann.Barsby@tnt.com

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Training Link Europe Ltd


First Floor, Unit 6, Felthambrook Industrial Estate, Feltham, Middlesex, TW13 7DU
020 8751 6000
John de Bruin info@traininglinkeurope.com

Transport Security Associates Group


Mission Hall, Steam Farm Lane, Feltham, Middlesex, TW14 0PW
+44 (0)208 831 0724
Patricia Setrakian patricia@tsagp.com or info@tsagp.com

UPS Limited
New Castle House, Castle Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 1FT
Simon Eyers simon.eyers@europe.ups.com

Westminster Aviation Security Services Ltd


07791671210
Paul Morton p.morton@wass-ltd.com

Worldwide Flight Services


The Cargo Centre, Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham B26 3QN
01217816617 or 07766611315
Garry Clarke gclarke@wfsuk.aero

Worldwide Flight Services


Building 552, Shoreham Road East, Middlesex, TW6 3UA
Adam Kanan akanan@wfsuk.aero

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Hold baggage NXCT


The new HBS NXCT is now ready for implementation. Anyone screening hold
baggage by x-ray or EDS equipment must pass the HBS NXCT by 31.10.10.
Thereafter the HBS NXCT may continue to be used to meet the 6 monthly recurrent
training testing requirement. It is a mandatory requirement that it is re-passed at
least every 13 months.

The hold baggage NXCT should take about one hour to complete and will usually be
initially taken as part of induction training.

If you are interested in becoming accredited to deliver the hold baggage NXCT, you
will need to meet the hold baggage NXCT accreditation criteria.

For those already accredited to deliver the cabin baggage or cargo NXCT, and listed
on the CAA website, who wish to deliver the HBS NXCT please request the new test
disks from avsec.training@caa.gsi.gov.uk.

Persons wishing to deliver the new test who are not already an accredited NXCT
manager should e-mail at caroline.joseph@caa.gsi.gov.uk with details of how they
will comply with the accreditation criteria.

Approved providers of the hold baggage NXCT

Airlock Aviation
The Applegarth, Chinnor Road, Aston Rowant, Watlington, Oxon, OX49 5SH
07739 807730
Gaynor McLaughlin gmclaughlin@airlockaviation.com

Airport Management Services


Terminal Building, Inverness Airport, Inverness, IV2 7JB
01667 461 533 or 01667 461 535
Gary Stoddart gstoddart@hial.co.uk

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ASTACC
11 Addington Crescent, North Shields, North Tyneside, NE29 7PZ
01387 265232
Jeff Golightly jeffgolightly@btopenworld.com

AviationSec
6 Mill Cottages, Grindley Brook, Whitchurch, SY13 4QH
07802 221365
Andrew Hudson

Avsec Global Ltd


Business Incubation Centre,University of Chichester, Bognor Regis Campus,
Upper Bognor Road, Bognor Regis,West Sussex, United Kingdom, PO21 1HR

Chris Barratt contactus@avsecltd.com

Sara Gladstone contactus@avsecltd.com

Belfast City Airport


Belfast, BT3 9JH, Northern Ireland
028 9093 9093
Ray Jeffries ray.jeffries@hotmail.co.uk

Browns UK Training Services


72 Evelyn Crescent, Sunbury Middlesex, TW16 6LZ
07841 590787
Rodger Brown rodgebrown@icloud.com

Cardiff Airport
Vale of Glamorgan, Wales, CF62 3BD
+44 (0) 7342 949255
Clive Parsons clive.parsons@cwl.aero

CargoTRACKER
More House, 514 Finchley Road, London NW11 8DD

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020 8458 7720


Ron Haviv cargotracker@msn.com

City of Derry Airport


CODA(Operations) Ltd, Airport Road, Eglinton, County Derry, BT47 3GY
028 71 81 07 84
Tracy Duffy Tracy.Duffy@cityofderryairport.com

DV Training & Development Ltd


4 Barnard Close, Little Canfield, Dunmow, Essex, CM6 1ZB
07738 302 557 (Vivienne) or 07738 586850 (Dawn)
Vivienne Darnell vdarnell@dvtrainingltd.com or
Dawn Galley dgalley@dvtrainingltd.com

Edinburgh Airport Limited


Training Academy, Forth Building, Edinburgh EH129DN
Beverley Miller bev_miller@edinburghairport.com

G4S
Princess House, Noble Drive, Hayes, Middx, UB3 5EY
0208 564 3461 (Paul)
Paul Tallent paul.tallent@uk.g4s.com or
Angela Christie angela.christie@uk.g4s.com

G4S Security Services (Guernsey) Limited


States Airport Forest Guernsey GY8 0DS
+44 (0) 1481 237712
Tracey Simon airportsecurity@cwgsy.net

Gibraltar Borders and Coastguard


BCA Headquarters, Winston Churchill, Avenue Gibraltar

Andrew Victor Andrew.victor@bca.gov.gi


Michael Baldachino michael.baldachinno@bca.gov.gi

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Glasgow Prestwick Airport


Aviation House, Prestwick, KA9 2PL
01292 511089
Malcolm Hadwin mhadwin@glasgowprestwick.com

Global Air Training


Global House, Worley Court, Bolesworth Road, Tattenhall, Cheshire, CH3 9HL
01829 771 334
John Cordingley john.cordingley@globalaviation.com

Gloucestershire Airport
Staverton, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL51 6SR
01452 857 700
Mark Webb mwebb@gloucestershireairport.co.uk

GM Associates
40 Mimosa Way,Paignton, Devon, TQ4 7FE
Garry Mitchell grmitchell97@gmail.com

Goshawk Training Solutions


John Houghton johnhoughton20@gmail.com

GSL Dardan Ltd


Bristow Helicopters, Forties Road, Aberdeen, AB21 0NT
01224 756239
Aidan Mulhall Aidan.mulhall@gsldardan.co.uk

Humberside International Airport


Kirmington, North Lincolnshire, DN39 6YH
0844 8872042
Graham Parker Graham.Parker@humbersideairport.com

ICTS (UK) Limited


Unit 22-24 Basepoint Business Centre, Metcalf Way, Crawley, West Sussex RH11
7XX

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01293 504045
George Hayward George.hayward@icts.co.uk

ICTS (UK) Limited


South Block, Entrance D, Tavistock House, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9LG
0207 8747576
Robbie Peters Robbie_uk@icts.co.uk

Interserve
Interserve (Defence) Ltd, Airhead , Ascension Island Base, Ascension, ASCN 1ZZ
Janet Marshall BFSAI-ASCSyOp@mod.uk

JP International Aviation Security (UK) Ltd


PO Box 2547, Luton, LU3 9DS
0844 502 5520
James Pike James.pike@Jp-ias.co.uk

K.S. Associates
95 New Farthingdale, Dormansland, Lingfield, Surrey RH7 6RF
07774 320881
Keith Scott keithscottassociates@gmail.com

Leeds Bradford Airport


Leeds LS19 7TU
Sharon Stephenson sharon.stephenson@airservcorp.com

London City Airport


Hartman Road, Royal Docks, London, E16 2PX
Terry Wood TerminalTrainingAndComplianceOfficers@londoncityairport.com

London Luton Airport


Navigation House, Airport Way, Luton, Bedfordshire, LU2 9LY
01582 395 192
Robert Collier bob.collier@ltn.aero

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London Southend Airport


London Southend Airport , Southend-on-Sea , SS26YF
01702 538543
Kaye Pudwell Kaye.Pudwell@southendairport.com

Manchester Airport Group


The Learning Hub, 1st Floor Olympic House, Manchester Airport, M90 1QX
0161 489 5783
Nigel Wickenden Nigel.wickenden@magairports.com

Mitie
Rooms 1073/1074 DAlbiac House, Heathrow Airport, Hounslow, Middlesex, TW6
1SD
0778 545 0572
Kamran Ahmed Kamran.Ahmed@mitie.com

Newcastle International Airport


Woolsington, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE13 8BZ
01912143354
Fiona Hulme Fhume@newcastleinternational.co.uk

Newquay Cornwall Airport


Carloggas, St Mawgan, Nr Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 4RQ
01637 861 052
Nerissa Marx nmarx@newquaycornwallairport.com

Noonam Resource Services Group


IOM Airport, 1st Floor, Ballasalla, IOM, IM9 2AS
01624 821714 or +44 7624 319 818
Niall McCormick niall.mccormick@noonan.im

Norwich International Airport


Amsterdam Way, Norwich, NR6 6JA

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01603420633
Jamie Price Jamie.Price@norwichinternational.com

OCS Group UK Ltd


Room VHS17, Viscount House, Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham, B26
3QJ
07733308629
Sukhy Singh sukhy.singh@ocs.co.uk

Praetorian Aviation Ltd


Kerry Robertson Kerryrobertson@praetorianaviation.co.uk

Quelltex Ltd
Mollys Cottage, The Lhen, Andreas, Isle Of Man, IM7 3EH
01624 819 827
Paul Quellin paul@quelltex.co.uk

Redkite Aviation
Room 7303 , Mezzanine Level, The Station, Manchester Airport, Manchester, M90
3RR
0161 489 6688 or 07889 835870
Mike Lord mike@myredkite.uk

Redline Assured Security Ltd


The National Security Training Centre, First Avenue, Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster,
DN9 3RH
01302 623 262
David Openshaw dopenshaw@trustredline.co.uk or
Ross Williams rwilliams@trustredline.co.uk

RJA (UK) Ltd


Hangar 1 , TAG Farnborough Airport , Farnborough, Hampshire , GU14 6XA
07990867284 or 01252 526 434
Gareth Lewis rjadm@tagfarnborough.com

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Southampton International Airport


Southampton, Hants, SO18 2NL
023 80 627371
Christopher Bradbury chris_bradbury@baa.com

Securitas
Securitas Transport Aviation Services, Hangar 1, Durham Tees Valley Airport, DL2
1LU
07834328565
Robert Jones rob.jones@securitas.uk.com

Securitas
Securitas Transport Aviation Services, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Speke, L24
1YD
Anthony Pink Tony.Pink@securitas.uk.com

Serco
Scatsta Airport, Brae, Shetland, ZE2 9QP
+44 (0) 806 244 304
Kimberley Fisher Kimberley.fisher@serco.com

Southampton International Airport Ltd


Southampton, Hants SO18 2NL
023 80 627371
Christopher Bradbury chris_bradbury@baa.com

Steve Cook
Waterworks House, The Street, Marham, Norfolk, PE33 9JN
Steve Cook stevepaul1968@hotmail.co.uk

Transport Security Associates Ltd


Mission Hall, Steam Farm Lane, Feltham, Middlesex, TW14 0PW
+44 (0)208 831 0724
Patricia Setrakian patricia@tsagp.com

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UK Aviation Security Ltd


80 Barnhorn Road, Bechill on Sea, East Sussex, TN39 4QA
+44 (0)7932 764730
Peter Miller peter.miller@ukaviationsecurity.com

Westminster Aviation Security Services Ltd


07791671210Paul Morton p.morton@wass-ltd.com

Wilson James
Aviation Division and Special Projects Division, Colnbrook Logistic Centre Slough,
Berkshire, SL3 0EB
07917 108506
Emma Russell emma.russell@wilsonjames.co.uk

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