This five days interactive workshop, is designed to familiarize participants with the requirements of an Airport
Security Programme (ASP) and enable them to draft and review such programmes. It is recommended that nominees be at
the senior or middle management level within the State’s appropriate authority, or within an airport, who are responsible
for the approval, quality control, drafting, updating and/or implementation of ASPs. It is also recommended that participants
have attended a specialized AVSEC training activity, such as the ICAO National Civil Aviation Security Programme Workshop or Management
Course, prior to attending this workshop.
The Trainee will be able to:
Describe the ICAO requirements for an Airport Security Programme (ASP).
Practical experience in drafting “sample” portions of an ASP.
Demonstrate the ICAO’s Airport Security Programme (ASP) MODEL OUTLINE, as well as guidance provided in the ICAO Security Manual Doc 8973/8 (Restricted).
Civil Aviation Security
Standards for Guidance
Airport Security Program
Nominees at the senior to middle management level within a State’s authority charged with approval and/or quality control duties related to airport security programmes or from middle management at the airport level charged with writing or updating airport security programmes and who are also experienced in operational aviation security (AVSEC) matters will be given selection priority for this workshop. It is suggested that, if any State is in the process of drafting or updating an international airport´s ASP, the individual dedicated to this task should attend the Workshop. Furthermore, it is desirable that nominees should have already attended a specialized AVSEC training activity such as the Management Course or the National Civil Aviation Security Programme Workshop.
Ability to speak, write and understand the language of instruction
Be employed within the preserve of the Aviation Security Industry or have justifiable duties.
A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the
course and passing the final examination