Convenient Online Course
As a manager or employee of an aviation business where there is access to General Aviation (GA) or Business Aviation (BA) aircraft, you are obligated to ensure operation to the TSA 's security guidelines. This not only protects against terrorist use of aviation assets (yours and your clients'), but also helps reduce other forms of business damage / loss (vandalism, theft, etc.) and legal liability.
Do not assume that security is the sole responsibility of airport operations or the TSA itself! Anyone who has or controls access to aircraft shares this responsibility.
Here's a simple, effective way to make sure that your aviation business understands the security guidelines and gives you the tools to easily implement proper security at your business.
By having your staff take this online course, you will have DOCUMENTED proof that you provided appropriate training.
It's quick, easy, and can be done at a convenient time.
Who Should Take This Course?
All persons involved in the operation or care of GA or BA aircraft or airport facilities in the United States, should take this course.
The course is designed for management and employees of:
- Charter Operators (FAA Part 135)
- Corporate Flight Operations
- Airport Operators (including Airport Authorities)
- Special Use Operations (flying clubs, skydiving, ag-planes, etc.)
- Airport Facilities (including non-aviation facilities at airports)
- Security Services (serving aviation and non-aviation facilities
Informative, Easy, Effective Training
Each page is a simple 1-4 paragraphs average. Most pages contain at least one graphic (mostly photos)
Interactive Review Questions appear occasionally. These give feedback on your selected answers and must be answered correctly to progress to next section.
Useful reference materials, such as General Aviation Airport Security Assessment Form, are included both within the course and in the Online Reference Library for easy downloading and/or printing.
About the TSA GA Security Guidelines
The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has assembled a security guideline for General & Business Aviation with the help of many interested parties in an effort to increase homeland security.
Although FBO’s, 135 Operators, Corporate Operators, and others are expected to conform to the guidelines, many may be unfamiliar with the specifics.
This course eliminates the guesswork by utilizing the "Security Guidelines for General Aviation Airports" to ensure that all topics the TSA wishes to emphasize are covered.
The course covers many common sense security issues and explores areas which might not be commonly addressed.
This easy to follow, effective online self-study isdone ENTIRELY by just clicking one mouse button!
The course contains eight main sections covering about 35 topics. It is written to fully familiarize the learner with the General Aviation Security Guidelines written by the TSA in May 2004. The course is updated whenever new information from the TSA or DHS comes available.
See the Table of Contents ›
It takes on average about 1.5 - 2 hours to take. At any time, you can exit the course and resume where you left off whenever it is convenient for you.
Assessment & Training Documentation
There is a 20 question multiple-choice quiz at the end of the course with a minimum pass mark of 80%. The quiz can be re-taken until pass mark achieved. The completed quiz can be printed out for review and filing, and can be retrieved online at any time.
A Certificate of Completion is sent to you via e-mail immediately upon completion of the course. It can be printed for your files.
This course works with almost all computers, web browsers and networks. Our ASCENT Aviation E-training System downloads nothing to the user's computer (no applets or cookies), so it is safe for nearly all network firewalls.
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