The primary objective of aviation security is to safeguard passengers, crew, ground personnel and the general public against acts of unlawful interference. Aircrew security is a mandatory training requirement which require measures in place to protect passengers cargo and property. The course delivers the most upto date training and guidance on the subject and the current situation to aircrews.
The courses are delivered by UK CAA approved aviation security instructors. CFT aviation security courses are fully CAA/ DFT compliant (Department for Transport) and in accordance with the NASP (National Aviation Security Program). Corporate Flight Training are a registered CAA aviation security training provider centre number 113. Only registered CAA aviation security providers are permitted to deliver aircrew security training. CFT have been graded as Outstanding in the recent CAA QAF audit.
Who is the course for?
The course is for pilots and cabin crew working in commercial, business or general aviation flight operations. Training can be delivered onsite in our Luton base or at customer location for convenience.
The course includes a written and practical assessment which must passed to gain certification for the course
Joining instructions including measures for reasonable adjustments and a diagnostic assessment used to identify learning and assessment support needs will be sent out each candidate prior to joining.
Details of our policies and procedures for CAA syllabi courses can be found on the footer of the page.
Course Entry requirements
In order to attend aviation security training delegates must have completed security and background checks in accordance with EU Regulation 185/2010 article 11.1.5.
All delegates will need to submit a written declaration by the sponsoring company before a place on the course is confirmed.
To book a place use the online booking facility or contact the office for further information:
Email: Info@corporateflighttraining.com /
Telephone: +44 208 7983162.
- Module 1 - The Threat to Aviation
- Module 2 - International and National Objectives of Aviation Security and Legislation
- Module 3 - General Security Awareness
- Module 4 - Searching / Checking Aircraft
- Module 5 - Protecting Aircraft
- Module 6 - Prohibited Articles
- Module 7 - Onboard Security
- Module 8 - Recognition of firearms, explosives, incendiary devices and dangerous goods
- Test and written Assessment
- Practical Assessment.