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Cargo Executive Training Program

Academic Courses and Fees
Courses offered Age Qualification Duration Course Fees
Cargo Executive Training Program 18 - 32 Preferably 10 + 30 Days 25,000

Job of Cargo Officer

3 Steps Cargo Executive/Handler Course is the most interactive course which provides a 360 degree operational perspective from our industry expert faculty members who have worked in the most successful airlines and freight forwarders related to this field of logistics. You will learn the cargo methodologies with an international perspective, focusing on the business, operations and regulatory fundamentals.

What you will learn in 3 Steps

Upon completing this course which consists of 12 compact classes spread over a 30 working days and is estimated to take up to 18hours hours to complete the entire course module. you will have the skills to:

  • Guide clients on the IATA rules and procedures for air freight shipments
  • Arrange air cargo shipments in accordance with IATA rules and procedures
  • Apply published rates and charges for air cargo shipments
  • Complete air waybills accurately
  • Prepare shipments ready for carriage

3 Steps Cargo Course contents

  • Operations at cargo agencies, airlines, and freight forwarders
  • Operations at cargo agencies, airlines, and freight forwarders
  • Air cargo acceptance basic rating principles
  • Air waybill completion
  • Industry terminology and abbreviations

Job Responsibilities& Requirements

  • Working in airline baggage and cargo handler jobs will mean different duties at different airports. Among the many duties that you can expect, cargo handlers will typically load, unload, and service aircraft between flights, cleaning the windshield, and de-icing the plane. Cargo handlers must load passenger baggage, mail, food supplies, commercial freight, or any other cargo going on the flight. As part of their loading and unloading duties, handlers often operate machinery such as forklifts, tugs, baggage conveyors, and various freight and baggage vehicles.
  • The main task in airline baggage and cargo handler jobs is to put it on the aircraft, or take it off. They must be willing to work in all types of weather year around, which can be extreme in some places. The environment is often noisy, and they will be under frequent deadline pressure. They must also be able to follow safety standards for driving and moving heavy objects around expensive aircraft without damaging them.
  • In smaller airports, a baggage and cargo handler may help check in baggage by tagging it with barcode information to help track it. They may also assist passengers to find their luggage and file complaints or damage reports on computer. Cargo handlers may also receive cargo, tag it, and make sure that it gets put on the right plane. They also must ensure that there is enough space on a plane for a shipment, and must ensure that the aircraft is properly balanced.

Airports are often hiring baggage and cargo handlers. It is hard but steady work and there is always room for advancement. The job comes with great benefits and other facilities depending on your prospective employer concerned.