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IATA CBTA begins January 1, 2023. Are you ready?

Freight forwards and operators who are IATA members are required to complete a dangerous goods training course with an IATA endorsed industry-recognized institute every 24 months. As an IATA Accredited Training School we can help you fulfill your membership requirements. We also train shippers and handlers who are not IATA members to fully comply with ICAO/IATA dangerous goods regulations.  

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Lithium batteries

Both single use and rechargeable Lithium Batteries have become a staple of everyday life, but they carry unique hazards when shipped. We will cover the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations “General Provisions” and “Special Cases” to address certain aspects of transport in Canada in addition to some focus on ICAO/IATA regulations for international air transport.


This Transportation of Dangerous Goods training course introduces shippers, receivers, drivers or handlers to the TDG Act and explains up to date requirements for receiving, handling, transporting and shipping dangerous goods. This course is geared towards shippers and distribution warehouses.

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IMDG - Ocean

Both Domestic (in some cases) and International shipments of Dangerous Goods by Sea must comply with the International Marine Organization (IMO) and the national regulations of the countries the shipment will start, transit through and be delivered.

general awareness

For those that perform general inspection of packages for transport, including dangerous goods packages, freight handlers needing a general knowledge and understanding of dangerous goods, their potential hazards, recognition and regulations. This course is geared towards freight forwarders and drivers.

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