Humans are the most important link in a well-functioning safety chain. STI follows this principle and implements the requirements of CIR (EU) 2015/1998 using a modular system for aviation security training in its on-site trainings. Due to the rich knowledge and experience of our trainers, they can include interesting and work-related topics.

To train control personnel with modern technology, we use combined training courses directly at the X-ray inspection system and supplement these, if necessary, with OTSĀ® (Operator Training System). OTSĀ® simulates all functions of X-ray image interpretation; This allows simultaneous training of X-ray image analysis of several training participants. Thus, the training time of a training of control staff can be used efficiently and their detection performance of dangerous objects can be significantly increased.


11.5.2

Instructor training
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11.4.3 in regard to 11.2.5

Retraining for security officers
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11.2.3.1a

Screening personnel for passenger screening
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11.2.3.1b

Screening personnel for staff control
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11.2.3.2

Screening personnel for air cargo / air mail control
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11.2.3.3

Screening personnel for in-flight supplies, airport supplies, or mail and carrier materials
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11.2.3.4

Screening personnel for vehicle control
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11.2.3.5

Screening personnel for airport access control, surveillance and patrols at the airfield
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11.2.3.7

Personnel for aircraft protection
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11.2.3.8

Personnel implementing baggage reconciliation
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11.2.3.9

Personnel implementing security controls other than screening for cargo & mail
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11.2.3.10

Personnel implementing security controls other than screening for air carrier mail & materials, in-flight supplies and airport supplies
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11.2.4

Supervisors of screeners implementing security controls
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11.2.5

Aviation security managers
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11.2.6

Other persons than passengers with unaccompanied access to security areas
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11.2.7

General security awareness
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