Aviation Security for Managers (ASM)

Certification:
Department for Transport
Duration:
Initial Course - 5 days, Recurrent - 2 Days
Location:
Doncaster (NSTC), London (LHR) or on-site

Aviation Security Managers Initial Course

This course is aimed at those who are responsible for ensuring that an Aviation Security Programme, together with its implementation, meets all legal provisions. It will provide delegates with a greater understanding of an Aviation Security Manager’s roles and responsibilities, the legal framework of aviation security, the current threat and awareness of the wider security issues.

Our remaining 2020 Initial course dates are:

  • 16 – 19 November 2020 (LHR)

Please note: If the above dates are not convenient or you would prefer to have the course delivered at your location, please contact the team for more information on +44(0)1302 288362.

The format of this Department for Transport certified course combines classroom instruction, group discussions, video footage and case studies alongside practical exercises. The course targets relevant issues in the current security climate and measures to mitigate and minimise vulnerabilities and risks posed in the present environment.

Redline has incorporated additional information and exercises into the following modules to enhance delegates knowledge and their overall learning experience:

  • Practical application of the Risk Assessment Matrix (RAM)
  • Navigating regulation
  • Development of an Aviation Security Programme
  • Development of a Quality Control Programme
  • Incident management and Joint Decision Making (JDM) exercise
  • Provision of management templates for the Risk Assessment Group (RAG), Corrective Action Plans (CAP) and regulatory impact statement
  • Media management (an additional module over and above syllabus requirements)

We are also offering the following modules over an additional half-day for free during October:

  • Vetting and pass management
  • Project management considerations for designing for security

Aviation Security Managers Recurrent Course

This course enables Aviation Security Managers to refresh their knowledge of the topics outlined above in line with regulatory requirements.

Our remaining 2020 Recurrent dates are:

  • 3 – 4 November 2020 (NSTC)
  • 1 – 2 December 2020 (LHR)

Delivery follows the same principles as those used to provide the Aviation Security Managers course, combining instruction with discussions and group exercises.  It also places an even greater emphasis on sharing knowledge and experience between delegates to enhance the overall learning experience

Please note: If the above dates are not convenient or you would prefer to have the course delivered at your location, please contact the team for more information on +44(0)1302 288362.

Find out more about our initial or recurrent courses today by calling 01302 288362 or complete the enquiry form below.

Aviation Security Managers Recurrent Course

If you’ve taken an Aviation Security Managers course and are due to refresh in this subject, this course from Redline will help you to update and enhance your knowledge. Our 2020 Recurrent dates are:

  • 3 – 4 November 2020 (NSTC)
  • 1 – 2 December 2020 (LHR)

This course is designed for all those who have the responsibility for ensuring that an Aviation Security Programme, together with its implementation, meets all legal provisions, and, in addition, it will provide a greater understanding of an ASM’s roles and responsibilities.

Redline will work with you to deliver the mandatory syllabus as set by the Department for Transport. Combined with expert instruction, state-of-the-art training facilities and a passion for quality, the Redline team builds on your delegates’ own experience and provides “informed training” which is reflective of industry best practice, through lessons identified by the industry as a whole.

The course targets the issues raised by the current security climate and heightened threat levels, taking into account the motivations and tactics which have been used recently and those which are possible for future attacks on aviation.

The format of this Department for Transport certified course includes use of classroom instruction, group discussions, video footage and case studies alongside practical exercises.

We incorporate hands-on training with inert explosive devices and their component parts. Live explosives demonstrations of a shoe bomb, liquid explosives and other aviation relevant IED’s are all part of the demonstration events.

Redline has incorporated many innovative and relevant modules into this course which add to the delegates overall experience, these include:

  • Recognition of the signs of radicalisation
  • How to make an accountable decision

We continually assess our content and make regular amendments to the programme to ensure fresh, accurate and relevant information is passed to our delegates.

This mandatory course is aimed at security managers employed by airports, airlines and their agents and in-flight catering 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.

With more than eight years teaching this course, Redline will work with you to provide on-site teaching and advice for best practice in an engaging, interactive learning environment. Whether you want to train at your own chosen location or within our state-of-the-art training facility, Redline can work with you to meet your requirements.

Find out more about our initial or recurrent courses today by calling 01302 288362 or complete the enquiry form below.

Download our ASM leaflet here

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Endorsed by International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) as an Aviation Security Training Centre (ASTC)

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