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With over 52 million tons of cargo shipped annually, the air cargo industry is the place to be. Prepare yourself to work in the industry with this comprehensive course. You will learn about basic IATA cargo rules and procedures, how freight forwarders and airline cargo units operate, plus much more. This course is mandated for IATA Cargo Agents in accordance with the IATA Cargo Agency Resolutions.

IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) courses and diplomas help you to stay up-to-date with the latest industry regulations and procedures, and ensure that your dangerous goods shipments comply with industry standards. Learn how to use our industry-recognized DGR Manual and gain your certificate to handle dangerous goods shipments.

Some items may endanger the safety of an aircraft or persons on board, and the air transportation of these dangerous materials can either be forbidden or restricted.

In Vietnam, this programme has gained the official approval by IATA and Cial Aviation and Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) to sustainable develop regulations that are effective and efficient, and that ensure the safe transport of dangerous goods by air. Our courses focus on best practices and change management to help you adapt to the increasingly complex air transport environment.

A risk-based, supply chain approach to security strikes the right balance between ensuring the flow of global trade and securing air cargo.

Over the last 25 years, acts of terror targeted toward commercial aircraft have caused a wholesale change in both passenger and cargo screening requirements. The Lockerbie incident in 1988 resulted in the UK development of the principle of supply chain security – the application of security controls all along the supply chain and the validation of each actor of the supply chain. 9/11 reinforced awareness of the vulnerability of the aviation industry and led the U.S. to establish requirements for 100% screening of cargo on passenger aircraft. The 2010 Yemen incident brought more focus on in-bound cargo/extraterritorial measures and highlighted the importance of cargo data – cooperation between customs and aviation security authorities. While the revised regulations have improved security, they have resulted in a patchwork of differing and often redundant requirements. This in turn has impacted the industry with greatly increased cost and sometimes limited ability to respond to new requirements.

The logistic and transport activities already occupy about 10% of the Gross Domestic Product, with an annual growth of more than 8%. Logistics performance management in a proper way is the goal for most companies. Companies need the qualified employees with wide logistics knowledge to manage and organize the flows of goods and information in logistics activities to achieve cost-effective logistics solutions. The course of Logistics Performance Management provides the overall logistics activity and the real Case Study to help learners easily apply the knowledge of logistics into the daily job.


  • To understand the business aspects of Freight Forwarding and to describe the various the activities of a Forwarding company, along with approaching knowledge about Sea Transport, Air Transport under IATA standards and regulations, and Multimodal Transport;
  • To describe the role of the forwarder in Logistics activities and define Logistics systems as well as the main steps in a Logistics project;
  • To get acquainted with terms related to the supply chain management and all warehouse aspects in detailed operational functions;
  • To gain knowledge about customs procedures, customs tariff, goods classification as well as international conventions, customs objects and appeals via the practice of a preparation of customs declaration for shipments in Vietnam;
  • To accomplish an overall understanding about information technology application and operating system as well as the difference between types of information processes in the business environment in Logistics.


  • Personnel using services form Logistics Services Company (especially air cargo logistics services) want manage outsourcing effectively
  • Civil servants want to have professional knowledge in air cargo logistics for planning and managing policy implementation in a practical and effective way.
  • Non-specialist personnel who want to learn and start work in the field of Air Cargo Logistics.



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Project & Presentation


  • Each team will conduct a project to propose logistics solutions to specific types of customers. Then your presentation will be the chance for your team to speak out your ideas.
  • Preparation process and all materials show on your presentation/project will be assessed as a component.

Noted: Students with less than 75% overall attendance will not be permitted to perform the assessment tasks. In such cases, the student will be marked as Not Yet Competent/Fail for that subject.

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