The operations of the Training and Certification are underpinned by Part 109 and 110 of the civil aviation regulations. Part 109 and 110 regulations seek to ensure standardization in carrying out security tasks; and in safeguarding civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference.
The Training and Certification departmentâ€™s mandate is to approve Aviation Security (AVSEC) training organisations; certifying aviation security (AVSEC) screeners, and support training organisationsâ€™ objective of implementing quality controlled education and training which meet the requirements of the Training and Certification regulations as encapsulated in CARS Part 109 and 110 as well as their associated Technical Standards.
Training and Certification: Key Departmental Objectives
All aviation security and aviation security awareness training organisations and aviation security screeners in South Africa are our first line of defence against acts of unlawful interference, therefore it is significant that they be regulated and their operations standardized in line with international standards as encapsulated in the International Civil Aviation Organisation's (ICAO) standards and recommended practices. The upcoming regulations and technical standards are geared towards giving effect to these standards and to make the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) the best regulator throughout. All South Africans within the aviation security industry are encouraged to work in tandem with the SACAA in achieving this noble goal.
AVSEC Primary Objective
Air Cargo Security
Airports & Airlines
Training & Certification
Projects and Investigations
National AVSEC Committee
National AVSEC Programme
Responsibilities of the Industry
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