Further to the Department for
Transport’s (DfT) correspondence dated 17 August 2018 aviation security
training courses designed to meet any of the UK training syllabuses should not
ordinarily be delivered outside the UK without valid reason and explicit permission. UK training syllabuses may be used as a
framework to design training for use overseas but no UK-specific content or
material that refers to the NASP may be included; any such training will not be
recognised as UK training. In addition,
any training delivered to overseas delegates in the UK under the NASP must be
approved by the DfT prior to training taking place. Permission can be sought through the CAA in
the first instance by contacting email@example.com.
The request must include details of how it meets the criteria set out
below which will be applied by the CAA on a case by case basis when assessing any
requests received in relation to circumstance outlined above.
must not be confirmed or commence until permission has been granted by the
DfT. A copy of the correspondence
approving the request must be held on the training file of the individual/s
referred to in the request.
Training materials associated with
the UK NASP are designed to meet specific aviation security requirements and
will include information which is strictly limited to a ‘need to know’ basis. UK
aviation security training must normally only be provided to those people who
are required to have this training under the NASP and its provision overseas or
in the UK to delegates from overseas is only allowed in limited specific
For more information please contact us at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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