How much is IATA course in Nigeria?
IATA Course fees in Nigeria – December 2021 update
|IATA Certificate in Ground Operations Management Khawarizmi Training Solutions||N/A||NGN 559,289 NGN 798,987|
|IATA Diploma in Travel and Tourism Foundation Khawarizmi Training Solutions||N/A||NGN 559,289 NGN 798,987|
What is the fees for IATA course?
The course fee for learning IATA courses in these institutes varies depending on the type of the course and the teaching institute. The average course is between Rs 70,000 and Rs 1,20,000 inclusive of the service tax and the IATA registration fees.
Is IATA training free?
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is offering free access to online training courses for up to 5,000 aviation workers as part of its efforts to help the industry through the COVID-19 crisis.
How can I get IATA certification in Nigeria?
In order to get an IATA certification, you must enroll in an IATA-accredited training centre (ACT). After which you will be required to take a course, which may last 3 months or even two years for piloting training courses.
How can I become an IATA agent in Nigeria?
Full IATA accreditation
- To apply for an IATA number, prepare these documents in the following order:
- Be ready to obtain a bond.
- Register at the Customer Support Portal.
- Submit the IATA application form.
- Pay the registration fee and wait.
- Register at the customer support portal.
- Submit the TIDS application form and wait.
How do I become IATA certified?
What does IATA training cover?
IATA training focuses on how to safely transport hazardous materials by air in accordance with the Dangerous Goods Regulations ( DGR ). Employees cannot complete any functions associated with air shipment of dangerous goods until they have successfully completed IATA certification training, online or in-person.