TIACA Launches Air Cargo Training Library

The International Air Cargo Association Air Cargo Training Library

The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA) announced that it has launched a platform for finding available training solutions throughout the industry: the Air Cargo Training Library.

The Air Cargo Training Library provides a convenient global repository for training courses from many different providers. Members will submit listings and partner educational institutions that offer training on technology, sustainability, safety and security, management, logistics, live animals, industry knowledge, global trade, dangerous goods, and air cargo.

“We are very excited to launch this platform, as it links directly with our Sustainability Roadmap and continues to drive a sustainable future. The platform promotes quality education and decent work, which, in turn, is tied to economic growth. We look forward to watching this library expand.” Steven Polmans, Chair. The platform is open and available to all industry stakeholders who want to view the training courses. Members can list several training courses free of charge, while non-members will pay a small fee to list their courses.

“Today’s air cargo industry is complex, changing customer expectations, regulatory requirements and evolving industry standards. High-quality training is a key enabler that keeps staff engaged, empowered, and motivated to build a great career within the industry. The problem is where to find the training, and that is where the Air Cargo Training Library comes in. It is a convenient search tool that lists training for the industry. We invite members and training partners to submit their courses to the portal.” Glyn Hughes, Director General

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