Syllabus Info

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49CFR - Ground shipments domestically in US

2-Day Initial: The 2-Day course is designed for basic shippers, freight forwarders, third party logistics entities, carriers and freight brokers who prepare shipments for ground transportation in the United States.

1-Day Recurrent: The 1-Day course is a review of topics covered in the 2-Day initial 49CFR class with an emphasis on updates and changes. Recurrent training is required every 3 years for 49CFR.

IATA - Air shipments internationally

2-Day Initial: The 2-Day course is designed for basic shippers, freight forwarders, third party logistics entities, carriers and freight brokers who prepare shipments for air transport.

1-Day Recurrent: The 1-Day course is a review of topics covered in the 2-Day IATA initial class with an emphasis on updates and changes. Recurrent training is required every 24 months for IATA.

IMDG - Ocean shipments internationally

2-Day Initial: This 2-Day course is designed for freight forwarders, third party logistics entities, carriers and freight brokers, for shipments by ocean transport. 

1-Day Recurrent: The 1-Day course is a review of topics covered in the 2-Day initial class with an emphasis on updates and changes with the current edition of the IMDG Code. Recurrent training is required every three years for IMDG.

Multi-Modal Courses

5-Day IATA/49CFR/IMDG Initial: The 5-Day Initial course is designed for basic shippers, freight forwarders, third party logistics entities, carriers and freight brokers who prepare shipments for ground, air and ocean transport. Topics covered include the relationships between IATA/ICAO, 49CFR and IMDG including all topics covered in the 2-Day IATA ,49CFR & IMDG Initial classes.

4-Day IATA/49CFR Initial: The 4-Day Initial course is designed for basic shippers, freight forwarders, third party logistics entities, carriers and freight brokers who prepare shipments for ground and air and transport. Topics covered include the relationships between IATA/ICAO and 49CFR including all topics covered in the 2-Day IATA & 49CFR Initial classes.

3-Day IATA/49CFR Initial: The 3-Day Initial course for ground and air shipments is designed for basic shippers, freight forwarders, third party logistics entities, carriers and freight brokers. Topics covered include the relationships between IATA/ICAO and 49CFR including all topics covered in the 2-Day IATA & 49CFR Initial classes. Prior 49CFR certification is highly recommended as this is a fast-paced course. If you do not have prior 49CFR certification you should consider the  4 day IATA/49CFR class.

3-Day IATA/49CFR/IMDG Recurrent: The 3-Day Recurrent course is for Shippers who prepare dangerous goods shipments for ground air, and ocean transit using the 49CFR, IATA and IMDG regulations, and who have had 49CFR and IMDG training within the previous 3 years and IATA training within the previous 24 months. Topics covered include a review of the 3-Day initial classes for 49CFR,IATA, and IMDG with an emphasis on updates and changes.

2-Day IATA/49CFR Recurrent: The 2-Day Recurrent course is for Shippers who prepare dangerous goods shipments for ground and air transit using the 49CFR and IATA regulations, and who have had 49CFR training within the previous 3 years and IATA training within the previous 24 months. Topics covered include a review of the 2-Day initial classes for 49CFR and IATA, with an emphasis on updates and changes.

2-Day 49CFR/IMDG Recurrent: The 2-Day Recurrent course isfor Shippers who prepare dangerous goods shipments for ground and ocean transit using the 49CFR and IMDG regulations, and who have had 49CFR and IMDG training within the previous 3 years. Topics covered include a review of the 2-Day initial classes for 49CFR and IMDG, with an emphasis on updates and changes.

 Specialized Classes

Automotive
Classification
Corrosive
Excepted Quantities
Gases
Explosives
Flammable Liquids
Freight Forwarders
General Awareness
Infectious Substances
Limited Quantities
Lithium Batteries
Magnetized Materials
Radioactive Materials
Toxic

 

 

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