DANGEROUS GOODS TRAINING BY AIR ICAO or IATA CBTA - Appendix H

Dangerous Goods Training by Air with Butterfly Training

Butterfly Training is delighted to announce that we were the first CBTA centre to be approved in Europe and also be issued with the CBTA Centre of Excellence accreditation in our first year.
The Competency Based Training and Assessment model which had been developed for more than 5 years became mandatory on the 1st January 2023, we at Butterfly Training were delighted to be part of IATA’s consultation team on this development and implementation. 
You can purchase either our ICAO or IATA Certified courses through the links below. 
Our certification as CBTA Centre of Excellence by IATA, enables us to sell IATA certified DG training courses.
Dangerous Goods courses by air are tailored to each role as per the IATA Regulations based on the Appendix H competency model.

Read more about DG Training and requirements in UK :
UK requirements for DG Training
Why DG Training is so important

Dangerous Goods Training by Air

ICAO Technical requirements

IATA CBTA by Appendix H

Dangerous Goods Online Training – available for the following roles:

Ramp and Warehouse Personnel 7.4 – DGR ICAO/EASA (previously Category 5)
DGR Training Category 5: Staff of freight forwarders involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo or mail. Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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General Cargo Acceptance Personnel 7.2 – DGR ICAO/EASA (previously Category 7)
DGR Training Category 7: Operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff accepting cargo or mail (other than dangerous goods). Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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Warehouse Personnel 7.4 – DGR ICAO/EASA (previously Category 8)

DGR Training Category 8: Operator’s and ground handling agent’s staff involved in the handling, storage and loading of cargo or mail and baggage. Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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Passenger Handling Personnel 7.5 – DGR ICAO/EASA (previously Category 9)
*DGR Training Category 9: Passenger handling staff. Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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Flight operations officers & flight dispatchers 7.8 – ICAO/EASA (previously Cat. 10)
Target Audience: Flight operations officers/flight dispatchers. Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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Load planner 7.6 – DGR ICAO/EASA (previously Category 10)

Target Audience: Loadmasters, load planners. Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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Flight Crew 7.7 – DGR ICAO/EASA (previously Category 10)
Target Audience: Flight crew members. Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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Flight Crew 7.7 – DGR ICAO/EASA (previously Category 10)

Target Audience: Flight crew members. Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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Cabin Crew 7.9 – DGR ICAO/EASA (previously Category 11)
Target Audience: Crew Personnel (excluding flight crew).
Description: Provides crew personnel (excluding flight crew) with knowledge of dangerous goods, labels and handling. Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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Security personnel 7.10 – DGR ICAO/EASA (previously Category 12)
DGR Training Category 12: 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
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NO CARRY DG TRAINING ALSO AVAILABLE :

Ramp and Warehouse Personnel 7.4 – DGR ICAO/EASA Category 14 no carry
Provides Operators and Handling Agent personnel involved in the handling, storage and loading of merchandise, mail, supplies and baggage with knowledge of dangerous goods, labelling and handling.
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Passenger Handling Personnel 7.5 – DGR ICAO/EASA Category 15 no carry
Provides Operators and Handling Agent personnel involved in the handling, storage and loading of merchandise, mail, supplies and baggage with knowledge of dangerous goods, labelling and handling.
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Flight ops, load planner & flight crew 7.7 – ICAO/EASA Cat. 16 no carry
Target Audience: Flight crew members, loadmasters, load planners and flight operations officers/flight dispatchers. Personnel must be trained or training must be verified prior to the person performing any of the these duties.
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Cabin Crew 7.9 – DGR ICAO/EASA Category 17 no carry
Target Audience: Crew Personnel (excluding flight crew) at Non Carry Air Carriers.
Description: Provides crew personnel (excluding flight crew) with knowledge of dangerous goods, labels and handling.
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Here are some referral links to UK national civil aviation bodies that provide information and guidance on dangerous goods transportation:

  1. Civil Aviation Authority (CAA): The CAA is the UK’s independent aviation regulator. They oversee and regulate all aspects of civil aviation, including the transportation of dangerous goods. For more information, visit their website: Civil Aviation Authority
  2. Department for Transport (DfT): The DfT is responsible for the transportation policies and regulations in the UK. They provide guidance and information on the transportation of dangerous goods by all modes, including air transport. Visit their website for more details: Department for Transport
  3. UK Civil Aviation Authority Dangerous Goods Office (UK CAA DGO): The UK CAA DGO provides specific guidance and resources for the transportation of dangerous goods by air. They offer training programs, publications, and support to ensure compliance with international regulations. To access their information, visit: UK Civil Aviation Authority Dangerous Goods Office
  4. UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS): BEIS is responsible for ensuring the safe storage, handling, and transportation of dangerous goods within the UK. They provide guidance and regulations for businesses involved in the transportation of hazardous materials. Learn more by visiting: Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy