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SPX Trainings

Preparation and transport of cargo by air requires a special protection. As of 2010, the way of transportation, storage, reception and delivery of air cargo is defined by the EU regulations. All the matters concerning an air business activity are regulated by the provisions of the EU regulations. Also the employees are responsible for protection and security of the transported and shipped cargo. Therefore each person whose activities involve air cargo is responsible for assuring compliance with the regulations statements and assume full responsibility for applying the provisions while performing his/her duties.

The purpose of SPX training is a discussion of international, European Union and national legal regulations in regres to civil aviation security as well as familiarization with the rules of civil aviation system operation againts acts of unlawful interference including i.a. other actions and manipulations of third persons.


Drivers performing duties which include air cargo transport.


DGR (CBTA) Trainings

Since January 1, 2023, regulations pertaining to the transport of dangerous goods (DGR) have undergone a profound transformation. A completely new training methodology based on competencies has been introduced, known as Competency Based Training Assessment (CBTA).

Within this innovative approach, the traditional categories of DGR training have given way to new ones, and the content of training requirements has been reshaped. However, the principles of “suitability to duties” and ensuring competent execution of tasks remain intact. The new regulations stipulate that personnel must undergo specialized training and assessment to demonstrate the necessary competencies for effective task execution.

Safety and efficiency in aviation transportation are greatly dependent on the knowledge and qualifications of the involved personnel. The competency-based approach, endorsed by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), centers on the efficient transfer of knowledge and skills. The Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods (Doc 9284) explicitly require personnel to be competent in carrying out their duties, underscoring the significance of the competency-based approach.

Poland has introduced a new law regulating the air transportation of dangerous goods, emphasizing the importance of adhering to these new standards. The Civil Aviation Authority has also developed guidelines for training programs to support this new approach.

Ensuring that personnel perform their duties in line with appropriate qualifications is a pivotal factor in the success of any organization. A competent workforce translates to reduced costs and heightened operational safety. Employing personnel insufficiently trained in the DGR domain can lead to delays, increased expenses, and heightened safety risks.

The new CBTA training method guarantees that personnel possess the knowledge and skills required for effective task execution. The training is tailored to specific roles, enabling a focus on key skills.

Accurate knowledge and skills are essential for the proper handling of dangerous goods. Our new DGR courses, based on the competency-based approach, align with the latest regulations, preparing personnel for the challenges of aviation transportation.