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Technology Brings Security Training To You
PHOENIX – Thursday, January 13, 2011 – One of the most heavily impacted
industries by the current economic upheaval is the transportation industry. When
staff and budgets have been drastically reduced, what are airport administrators supposed to do when they are required by 49CFR §1542.3 to provide trained
Airport Security Coordinators and Alternate ASCs ? AviaEd offers a unique
opportunity to reduce travel cost and limit time away from the airport so that staff
is less burdened. The joint classroom and webinar online ASC training will be
simulcast from Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport on January 31, 2011.
The day long course will be held in two 3-hour webinar sessions specific to the requirements of 49CFR §1542.3 held concurrently with the classroom session. New technology and processes for airport security enhancements will be included as topics
for the ASC attendees. Participating airport ASCs discuss the required topics, reach mutual understandings, and exchange best practices. “This online ASC training opportunity is very beneficial to our airport since training usually proves to be very expensive.” stated Pete Troyer, Chief of Police, Spokane International Airport.
Registration for the classroom and online course is available at
AviaEd has conducted more ASC classes for the nation’s airports than any other company. For information on other programs offered, visit www.AviaEd.NET
and click “Learn More” under Training Programs.
About AviaEd: Adaptive Training Services LLC: AviaEd, a women-owned small business based in Tucson, provides consulting and training services that focus on areas of regulatory compliance issues of U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Training programs meet the recurring training needs of employees at commercial, corporate and charter airlines, cargo handlers, aviation equipment support operators, and airport operators.