Aviation Security Training

Finding a sustainable approach

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Aviation Training - Why does it matters?

Training is the cornerstone of the aviation security system, with instructors playing a pivotal role in shapping the knowledge and skilss of our workforce.

Promoting Security Culture

The notion of security culture was initially introduced by ICAO. The concept gained significant traction in 2021 as the Year of Security Culture, this initiative now beginning to materialise.

Competency and Operational Experience

Operational experience and occupational competency are fundamentals pillards in ensuring the effectiveness of security training within the industry.

Elevating Training Standards

In 2005, Butterfly Training pioneered a novel digital approach to aviation training enhancing and modernising aviation security training.

Butterfly Training has been awarded Top Innovative and Top Performer CBTA Center by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for 2023.

The primary objective in establishing and maintaining a certification system within aviation training is to ensure its sustainability, efficiency, effectiveness, and transparency, ultimately leading to proportionate and enduring security outcomes. Moreover, efforts must be directed towards streamlining the certification process to optimise the utilisation of available resources.

It’s imperative to recognize that there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to aviation training certification. Rather, adherence to key regulatory requirements is essential, while the specifics of the certification process are influenced by factors such as the state’s aviation footprint, security readiness, prevailing threat landscape, and risk tolerance.


Aviation Security Training

White Paper by Butterfly Training UK