Our Dangerous Goods Training Courses 

ADR Road Drivers (classroom)  

Initial Refresher 

Dangerous Goods by Air (classroom)  

Initial Refresher 

Dangerous Goods Awareness Driver/Handler/Dispatch  

E-Learning Course 

Dangerous Goods Awareness Supervisers & Managers  

E-Learning Course 

IATA Category 4/5  

E-Learning Course 

IATA Category 12 

E-Learning Course 
 

Dangerous Goods Awareness - Road/Sea/Air 

This training covers the basics for Road/Sea/Air with emphasis on identification/load limits and safety. The training shall be periodically supplemented with refresher training to take account of changes in regulations 
 

Model Regulations 

The United Nations has developed what is known as the Model Regulations to ensure all who are directly or indirectly concerned with the transport of dangerous goods carry out their responsibilities safely. 
 
The Model Regulations cover the principles of: 
Classification and definitions of classes 
Listing of the principal Dangerous Goods 
The general packing requirements 
Testing procedures 
Marking Labelling or placarding 
Transport documents 

Special requirements 

There are, in addition, special requirements related to particular classes of goods. You can decide when to undertake the training. We suggest you complete it in one sitting, if you do, we estimate you'll need about 1 hour to complete the course. You can also work through the course in smaller sections. If you exit the course before you've completed it, on returning it will give you the option either to restart from where you left, or return to the beginning to start again. The choice is yours. This training will assist you to remain compliant in your job role. 
Dangerous Goods Awareness - Driver/Handler/Dispatch 
Online Course 
 
 
Licences each 
Cost 
Cost + VAT 
1 - 5 
£59.99 
£71.99 
6 - 10 
£54.99 
£65.99 
11 - 20 
£49.99 
£59.99 
Over 21 
£44.99 
£53.99 
 
This course will ensure your staff are up to date and compliant in the transportation and handling of Dangerous Goods, this course is sufficient for Drivers Handlers and Dispatchers that require a specific knowledge of the rules relating to limitations for transporting dangerous goods, taking advantage of the Excepted and Limited quantity limits and transport categories, we estimate you will need about 1 hour to complete the course. 
Dangerous Goods Awareness - Supervisor/Manager 
Online Course 
 
 
Licences each 
Cost 
Cost + VAT 
1 - 5 
£79.99 
£95.99 
6 - 10 
£74.99 
£89.99 
11 - 20 
£69.99 
£83.99 
Over 21 
£64.99 
£77.99 
 
This course will ensure your staff are up to date and compliant in the transportation and handling of Dangerous Goods, this course is sufficient for managers and 
supervisors that require a specific knowledge of the rules relating to limitations for drivers that are transporting dangerous goods below the minimum transport categories, also transport dispatchers and handling staff. We estimate you will need about 1.5 hours to complete the course 
Dangerous Goods Awareness - IATA CAT 4/5 
Online Course 
 
This course has been designed to satisfy the training requirements of ICAO, IATA and the UK CAA. 
 
Please note that Cat 4/5 courses and Cat 12 are NOT acceptable for the staff of Shippers and Packers, Freight forwarders, or Operators and Ground Handling Agents who are responsible for the consignment and acceptance of dangerous goods by air, these staff members will have to attend the full CAA/IATA approved Dangerous Goods by Air course. 
 
On successful completion each candidate will receive a certificate valid for 24 months: 
 
 
Licences each 
Cost 
Cost + VAT 
1 - 5 
£59.99 
6 - 10 
£54.99 
11 - 20 
£49.99 
Over 21 
£44.99 
 
Staff involved in the handling, storage, and transport of dangerous goods by air 
 
Category 4/5 Dangerous Goods Awareness Training programme. As part of the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations, all staff involved in the handling, storage and transport of dangerous goods by air are required to complete Dangerous Goods Awareness Training in Line with Category 4 and 5, We estimate you will need about 1 hour to complete the course. 
Dangerous Goods Awareness - IATA CAT 12 
Online Course 
 
This course has been designed to satisfy the training requirements of ICAO, IATA and the UK CAA. 
 
Please note that Cat 4/5 courses and Cat 12 are NOT acceptable for the staff of Shippers and Packers, Freight forwarders, or Operators and Ground Handling Agents who are responsible for the consignment and acceptance of dangerous goods by air, these staff members will have to attend the full CAA/IATA approved Dangerous Goods by Air course. 
 
On successful completion each candidate will receive a certificate valid for 24 months 
 
 
Licences each 
Cost 
Cost + VAT 
1 - 5 
£79.99 
6 - 10 
£74.99 
11 - 20 
£69.99 
Over 21 
£64.99 
 
Security staff who deal with the screening of passengers and their baggage and cargo or mail, e.g. security screeners, their supervisors and staff involved in implementing security procedures. 
 
The course content satisfies the heading and content requirements as laid out below, this course is only suitable for security staff, their supervisors and staff involved in implementing security procedures of passengers and their baggage and cargo, mail or stores. 

Outcome: 

On successful completion of this Cat12 course, security screeners, their supervisors and staff involved in implementing security procedures will be able to recognise dangerous goods in passengers baggage and cargo, mail or stores, to identify hidden and undeclared dangerous goods, also to understand the classification, 
marking and labelling including provision for passenger and crew and finally how to act properly in an emergency situation. 
Minimum Requirements for Training Curricula 
Security screeners: Aspects of transport of dangerous goods by air with which they should be familiar, as a minimum 
General philosophy 
Limitations 
Classification 
Labelling and marking 
Recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods 
Provisions for passengers and crew 
Emergency procedure 
 
We estimate you will need about 1.5 hours to complete the course 
ADR Dangerous Goods by road - Packages General ADR 
Classroom Course 
 
 
Cost 
£495.00 (plus exam fees) 
Duration: 
4 days 
 
Classes 2,3,4,5,6,8 & 9. 
 
Drivers transporting Dangerous Goods by Road within the scope of the Carriage of Dangerous Goods Regulations must be trained and carry with them an ADR Driver Training Certificate to enable them to transport Dangerous Goods, this is applicable to any size vehicle. Call us to determine if you come within scope of the regulations. 
 
Driver CPC for £69.99 you could gain 21 hours towards your driver CPC, for more details see the driver CPC page
Explosives Class 1 (addition to packages) 
Classroom Course 
 
 
Cost 
£250.00 
(plus exam fee) 
Duration: 
1 day 
(Please contact us directly for dates and availability) 
 
Can only be undertaken if the driver holds a current ADR licence. 
 
This is a standalone course and can only be undertaken if the driver holds a current ADR licence, the validity is the duration of the current ADR, the course covers the Nature of Explosives, Types of Explosives, Divisions of Class 1 and the Compatibility Groups for Loading, Packaging and Labelling, Mixed Loading, Vehicle Marking. 
Radioactive Class 7 (addition to packages) 
Classroom Course 
 
 
Cost 
£250.00 
(plus exam fees) 
Duration: 
1 day 
(Please contact us directly for dates and availability) 
 
Covers types of Radioactivity, Loading, Packaging & Labelling, Mixed Loading and Vehicle Marking. 
 
This a standalone course and can only be undertaken if the driver holds a current ADR licence the validity is the duration of the current ADR, the course covers the Nature of Radioactives, Types of Radioactivity, Loading, Packaging and Labelling, Mixed Loading, Vehicle Marking. 
Dangerous Goods By Air Initial 
Cost 
£425.00 
Price inclusive of CAA registration fee 
Duration: 
3 days 
(Please contact us directly for dates and availability) 
 
Conducted by an Approved CAA instructor, Training to the current IATA Regulations. 
 
The UK Civil Aviation Authority requires that those involved in the shipment, packing, and acceptance of consignments of dangerous goods by air transport to be successfully trained at an approved course. Training Link are approved to conduct initial and refresher training, the course is approved to meet the legal requirements. 
Those personnel who have already received the 3 day Initial Dangerous Goods by Air (IATA Regulations) training must attend a Dangerous Goods by Air Revalidation training course within 24 months of the last certification, a test which entitles successful candidates to a certificate of competence valid for two years. 
 
However, there is now provision for a 3-month “window” that allows for recurrent training conducted within the final 3 months of the 24-month period to be considered to have been completed on the expiry date of the 24-month period. 
 
The course will enable candidates to: 
Apply the information given in the IATA and ICAO regulations to dangerous goods shipments 
Check that packaging, marking and labelling meet IATA/ICAO standards 
Interpret dangerous goods lists 
Recognise prohibited items 
Understand packing instructions 
Recognise marking and labelling 
Understand the shipper’s and carrier’s responsibilities 
Complete dangerous goods documentation 
Dangerous Goods By Air Initial - Refresher 
Cost 
£375.00 
Price inclusive of CAA registration fee 
Duration: 
2 days 
(Please contact us directly for dates and availability) 
 
Conducted by an Approved CAA instructor, Training to the current IATA Regulations. 
 
Those personnel who have already received the 3 day Initial Dangerous Goods by Air (IATA Regulations) training must attend a Dangerous Goods by Air Revalidation training course within 24 months of the last certification, a test which entitles successful candidates to a certificate of competence valid for two years. However, there is now provision for a 3-month “window” that allows for recurrent training conducted within the final 3 months of the 24-month period to be considered to have been completed on the expiry date of the 24-month period. 
Spills Training 

Spills Training Programme 

Training has been designed with first responders in mind Training Dates are arranged subject to requirements, to make a booking enquiry add this course to the Booking Cart and then select the number of places you require. This training has been designed with first responders in mind. In general, containment is the first immediate action required, subsequent action will involve donning of PPE and the correct application of absorbent’s that are available to you. The course can be modified to suit supervisors or management. Safety is a requirement and training is essential. The Training includes: Identifying potential pollution incidents a brief understanding of the legislative requirements the use of spill kits, with containment in mind, in the case of small spillages clean-up techniques health & safety PPE. Practical use of spill kits, containment methods. 
 
Clean-up strategy first containment, including communication to management as to flow path. Spill management each person will be given a task that will need managing as a spill develops, team role play provides understanding for management and operation tasks. Certificates for spill response and containment will be issued to all successful candidates. Please call our office for availability 

OUR OTHER COURSES 

Driver CPC 

CPC 1 Driver Hours & Digital Tacho  
CPC 2 Fuel Saving, Defensive Driving + Vehicle Checks  
CPC 3 Manual Handling & Safety Checks  
CPC 4 Health & Safety  
CPC 5 Customer Care  
Get up to 21 hours Free tuition when you complete an ADR course 

Forklift Training 

Forklift Training for both Novice and Experienced Operators. 

GSAT Training 

To understand what the types of threat to aviation are What types of people pose a threat 
To recognise various types of prohibited articles, explosive and incendiary devices and their components, which have been/could be used in unlawful interference of civil aviation 
To understand the meanings of the different colour coded passes and what to do if presented with an invalid pass 

Regulated Agents Training 

We provide CAA approved Training for all Aviation Cargo Security Levels, NXCT and X-Ray Operator Training, as well as training for Known Consignors. to conduct training in regard to Aviation (Cargo) Security our CAA approval number is 161, we teach all the required modules including X-Ray, NXCT and Image recognition. 

6 x 6 X-Ray Recognition 

The European Union Commission Regulation (EU) No 185/2010, Section 11.4.1 requires persons operating X-ray or Explosive Detection System (EDS) equipment shall be subject to recurrent training consisting of image recognition training and testing. This training shall take the form of: (a) classroom and/or computer based training (CBT) or (b) on-the-job Threat Image Projection (TIP) training. 

Known Consignor Training 

We have developed an interactive e-Learning programme for Known Consignors that is of high quality to ensure the optimum learning experience for the candidate. We have custom built our computer based learning package thus creating a tailored course covering the specific needs of the CAA so candidates will only be taught what they need to know. 

Forklift Training 

Forklift Training for both Novice and Experienced Operators. 

GSAT Training 

To understand what the types of threat to aviation are What types of people pose a threat 
To recognise various types of prohibited articles, explosive and incendiary devices and their components, which have been/could be used in unlawful interference of civil aviation 
To understand the meanings of the different colour coded passes and what to do if presented with an invalid pass 

Regulated Agents Training 

We provide CAA approved Training for all Aviation Cargo Security Levels, NXCT and X-Ray Operator Training, as well as training for Known Consignors. to conduct training in regard to Aviation (Cargo) Security our CAA approval number is 161, we teach all the required modules including X-Ray, NXCT and Image recognition. 

Known Consignor Training 

We have developed an interactive e-Learning programme for Known Consignors that is of high quality to ensure the optimum learning experience for the candidate. We have custom built our computer based learning package thus creating a tailored course covering the specific needs of the CAA so candidates will only be taught what they need to know. 

Driver CPC 

CPC 1 Driver Hours & Digital Tacho  
CPC 2 Fuel Saving, Defensive Driving + Vehicle Checks  
CPC 3 Manual Handling & Safety Checks  
CPC 4 Health & Safety  
CPC 5 Customer Care  
Get up to 21 hours Free tuition when you complete an ADR course 

6 x 6 X-Ray Recognition 

The European Union Commission Regulation (EU) No 185/2010, Section 11.4.1 requires persons operating X-ray or Explosive Detection System (EDS) equipment shall be subject to recurrent training consisting of image recognition training and testing. This training shall take the form of: (a) classroom and/or computer based training (CBT) or (b) on-the-job Threat Image Projection (TIP) training. 

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