Ground service Security Recurrent Course

Course Objectives

By the end of this course the trainees should be able to:

      • Understand the need for security awareness;

      • Be aware of the security procedures at check-in, screening points and boarding gates;

      • Appreciate the need for procedures for the handling, carriage and disposal of restricted and dangerous articles;

      • Assist in the process of protecting and searching aircraft;

      • Implement the security requirements for hold baggage and passenger/baggage;

      • Understand the procedures for handling bomb threats to aircraft on the ground;

       • Employees security responsibility;

       • Protect company assets;

       • The need for Security Awareness when an aircraft is being serviced;

       • The need to safeguard personal items and company documentation;

       • The passenger and baggage security screening process;

       • The procedures for dealing with security-removed items;

       • The supervisor's role in monitoring the passenger boarding security procedures;

       • The role of the supervisor in responding to security emergencies;

       • The process for conducting "Passenger Risk Assessment" questioning;

       • The passenger risk assessment questioning response indicators to suspicious behavior;

       • The passenger agent's role in the passenger and baggage

       • The Annex 17 Standards relating to the security of hold baggage;

       • Security Control and Screening;

       • The requirements for passenger/ baggage reconciliation;

       • Passenger/baggage reconciliation systems and procedures;

       • Define and classify prohibited items;

       • Recognize improved explosive devices, weapons and dangerous objects;

       • Identify places and methods of concealment.

       • The need for protection of parked aircraft;

       • Procedures to protect unattended aircraft;

       • The appropriate action if aircraft is not protected or security appears compromised;

       • The reasons for aircraft security searches;

       • The types and timing of aircraft searching;

       • The use of search checklists;

       • The action to be taken on finding a suspect item;

       • The correct procedures when dealing with a Bomb Threat Warning;

       • The basic principles of the Bomb Threat Warning Assessment process;

       • The procedures to follow when dealing with bomb threat warning against an aircraft on the ground.

       • Cargo terminal access control.

       • Screening methods &Equipment's.

       • Completion of EU CSD, AWB Stamping.

       • Identification of HRCM and its procedures.

       • Red Origins / damaged / significant damaged shipments .

       • Treatment of Suspect Cargo and Mail procedures.

Course Contents

  • Introduction and course administration
  • Security Awareness
  • Screening Point and Boarding Gate Security Procedures
  • Check-In Security Procedures
  • Hold Baggage Security and Passenger/Baggage Reconciliation
  • Recognition of Prohibited Items and Devices
  • Protection of Aircraft on the Ground
  • Aircraft Security Searches and Checks
  • Bomb Threats – Aircraft on Ground
  • Closing activities
  • Ground Services Course Exam
  1. Completion of EU CSD, AWB Stamping.
  2. Identification of HRCM and its procedures. Treatment of Suspect Cargo and Mail.

Target Audience

  •  Ground Personnel

    (Cargo, Maintenance, in-flight service, ground service ,and station)


  • High university degree
  • Good command of English
  • Successfully Completed Ground service Security Initial with no more than 12month
Course Code
SEC-18- R-TP
2 Days
Price [EGP] : 1350.00
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Course Schedule

This Course is Member of

ECAA Aviation Security Courses