IATA Dangerous Goods Training Online

Delivery Type: 
- delivery info
Avg. Duration: 
3.5 Hours
Classification Identification/List of Dangerous Goods
Packing, Marking and Labeling

The requirements of the ICAO/IATA regulations are relative to the transportation of dangerous goods by air.  Air shipments are subject to different regulations than shipments by ground or vessel.  Persons planning to ship dangerous goods by air must first be trained and certified in the ICAO/IATA regulations before attempting to ship by air. 

This online training meets the training requirements for personnel who are involved in the preparation of dangerous goods air shipments.  The course is designed to provide the student a clearer understanding of how to use the IATA manual and apply the regulations.  Failure to comply with the ICAO/IATA regulations can result in fines, delayed and rejected shipments, injury and more.    Refresher training MUST be completed every 24 months.

For trainings focused on shipping explosives or radioactive materials, please contact us at 724.899.4100 or by email at [email protected] 

We Recommend taking DOT hazardous materials regulations (49 CFR) course, prior to this training.

IATA is just an Association. It is not a regulatory body. ICAO is the regulatory body.  IATA promotes their classes as certified, but they are really just promoting their Association.  Their classes are very good but our are much less expensive and you still can become certified which is recognized by the federal agencies. 

Our training IATA danagerous goods training covers categories 1-4 currently. We are in the process of creating a supplement course for categories 5-12. 

Our courses cover the training you need to ship hazmats by Fedex, UPS, DHL and so on. DOT is for US ground shipments. IATA is for air shipments. IMDG is for vessel shipments. TDG is for Canadian ground shipments. ADR is for Europeon ground shipments. 

  • Lithium ion cell ≤ 20 WH
  • Lithium ion battery ≤ 100 WH
  • Lithium metal cell ≤ 1 g
  • Lithium metal battery ≤ 2 g