Operating procedures in the air cargo field may seem complex in terms of the methods used for handling the transport of goods by air. This course provides you with the cargo knowledge and skills to master these procedures, leading to a more efficient working environment. Upon completing this course you will have the skills to: Guide clients on the IATA rules and procedures for air freight shipments, Arrange air cargo shipments in accordance with IATA rules and procedures, Apply published rates and charges for air cargo shipments, Complete air waybills accurately, Prepare shipments ready for carriage, Identify dangerous goods permitted for transport and their DGR categories, Pack-mark- label dangerous goods, Complete a Shipper’s Declaration for dangerous goods, Follow general emergency procedures when a damaged package is discovered.


Course Duration 12 months

  • World Geography
  • Industry regulations
  • The Air Cargo Agency
  • Use of guides
  • Air Cargo acceptance
  • Cargo booking procedures
  • Cargo automation
  • Air cargo rates and charges
  • Shippers letter of Instruction (SLI)
  • Air way bill
  • Aircraft handling facilities
  • Type of Aircrafts
  • Aircraft structural limitations
  • Door dimensions
  • Special cargo acceptance and handling procedures
  • Perishable cargo
  • Introduction to ULD


Age limitation 17 to 27 yrs

Qualification: Any graduate preferred, Pass in 10+2 (State or Central board)

Good Communication is needed Along with good body structure

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Job Roles

Load & Trim

All airlines are responsible by statutory and regulatory requirements for the safe loading of aircraft and for preparing standardized documentation in the form of a loading instruction and a load sheet for each flight.

This coordination of all flight handling processes means intensive cooperation between different departments and/or with other colleagues involved in the process, like pilots, ramp agents, check-in personnel, flight managers, gate officials and cargo departments.

Cargo Agent

Check import/export documentation to determine cargo contents, and classify goods into different fee or tariff groups, using a tariff coding system.

Inspect and count items received and check them against invoices or other documents, recording shortages and rejecting damaged goods.

Notify consignees, passengers, or customers of the arrival of freight or baggage, and arrange for delivery.

Obtain flight numbers, aeroplane numbers, and names of crew members from dispatchers, and record data on aeroplane flight papers.

Prepare manifests showing baggage, mail, and freight weights, and the number of passengers on aeroplanes, and transmit data to destinations.

Baggage Handler

Your day-to-day tasks could include: transferring luggage from check-in areas to departure areas. Making sure luggage gets onto the right plane. Moving luggage to and from aircraft holds using trucks, cargo loaders and conveyor systems.

Ramp Agent

An airport ramp agent plays an important role in ensuring that flights run on time. Loading and unloading baggage is just one of the main duties of this position. In a short period of time, airport ramp agents must keep records of shipped goods, move cargo to and from the aircraft, and document damage and mishandled items. Before the aeroplane is able to take off for its next flight, an airport ramp agent must clean the interior of the aeroplane, including the galleys, seats, windows and waste disposal receptacles. Maintaining the restrooms and restocking the aircraft is also a duty of this position. an airport ramp agent drives heavy equipment like air stair units, baggage carts, de-ices, belt loaders and pushes back tugs. Guiding aeroplanes to the gate and backing them up for take-off are other critical duties of this position.