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|IATA Dangerous Goods Training Programme|
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is the trade association of the world’s scheduled international airline industry. Originally founded in 1919, it now groups together over 270 airlines, including the world’s largest.|
The commercial objective of IATA is to ensure that people, freight and mail can move around the vast global airline network as easily as if they were on a single airline in a single country.
The operational objective of IATA is to ensure that Members’ aircraft can operate safely, securely, efficiently and economically - under clearly defined and understood standards.
IATA works towards these objectives through representation, through standardization, and through marketing a range of products and services for the trade industry.
KINOSHITA AVIATION CONSULTANTS is an IATA authorized Publication Sales Agent for the distribution and sales of various IATA publications including but not limited to the fields of passenger, cargo, airport handling, communications for the Japan area. |
KINOSHITA AVIATION CONSULTANTS is also the accredited IATA Dangerous Goods Training Programme school and conducts authorized IATA Dangerous Goods Handling courses to personnel from airlines, cargo agents, freight forwarders, consolidators, warehouse operators, packers, and particularly to shippers of dangerous goods.
By participating in the IATA Dangerous Goods courses offered by KINOSHITA AVIATION CONSULTANTS, and after passing the IATA designated achievement tests, the successful participant will be issued an IATA diploma (valid for 2 years) which is recognized worldwide. Refresher courses to revalidate the diploma for a further 2-year period are also offered by KINOSHITA AVIATION CONSULTANTS.
The IATA Dangerous Goods courses are conducted by Ben Kinoshita, our managing director, who brings 35 plus years of airline experience and is knowledgeable in airline business et al. He has been Regional Director, Cargo-Asia/Pacific for Pan American World Airways, Staff Advisor for All Nippon Airways, and is currently member of the Cargo Faculty of IATA Aviation Training & Development Institute at their Singapore school.|
He has written books titled ”Theory and Practice of International Air Cargo Transportation”, ”Air Transport of the 21st Century - Innovation made possible by Air Transport”. He is noted for the annual articles he releases on the air freight trade magazine “SPACE” on changes on DG rules for the following year.
Since he is knowledgeable on various airline fields of business, such as but not limited to conventions and rules, marketing/sales, reservations, handling, operation, claims settlement, it will be advisable to bring your various questions to the course and benefit through consultations with him.
Regional Director, Cargo - Asia/Pacific, Pan American World Airways
Staff Advisor, All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd., Cargo Headquarters
Instructor, IATA Aviation Training & Development Institute, Singapore (Cargo Marketing course)
Lecturer, Japan Institute of Logistics Systems - International Logistics Master course (Air transportation)
Lecturer, Nihon University College of Economic and College of Commerce (Air Transportation, Air Transport Industry)
Lecturer, Kansai University Graduate School - Dept. of Commercial Research (Research on Air Logistics)
Representative Director of KINOSHITA AVIATION CONSULTANTS
Instructor, IATA Accredited Dangerous Goods School
Member, Japan Academy for International Trade and Business
Member, Academy for International Business Transactions
Member, The Japan Port Economics Association
KINOSHITA AVIATION CONSULTANTS
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