IATA CEIV PHARMA – Refresher course for Key Personnel (English)

Cargo handling & logistics · Special cargo · Classroom · Certificate: IATA

Training information

  • Length of training: 2 days
  • Language: English
  • Certificate: IATA Certificate, valid for 3 years
  • Previous knowledge required:
    • Participants must hold a valid Certificate from the IATA Audit, Quality and Risk Management for Temperature Controlled Cargo course. (If your certificate is not valid, please repeat this prerequisite course.)
    • Recommended level is Intermediate.
    • The recommended level of language proficiency is ICAO Operational Level 4 for courses in English or the equivalent level for other languages.
  • Price
    • Regular 2,700 $ (VAT excluded)
    • Member 2,430 $ (VAT excluded)
    • Dev Nations 1,890 $ (VAT excluded)

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Target Audience

  • Quality management and product operations managers in an airline, handler, agent/freight forwarder
  • Warehouse handling and ramp operations managers
  • Internal quality and operations audit managers


This 2-day course is aimed at key personnel in the Pharma industry and air cargo industry stakeholders engaged in defining quality and risk management systems around the transport, handling, and manipulation of Pharma time and temperature-sensitive shipments in the air freight industry.

Upon completing this course you will be able to:

  • Fulfil the 3 years CEIV Pharma refresher training requirement
  • Apply the recent updates of the IATA Temperature Control Regulations
  • Describe and utilize the latest CEIV Pharma audit checklist amendments and directives
  • Apply audit findings to ensure quality across your operations
  • Apply gained insights in regulatory-driven air freight qualification requirements
  • Stay informed of upcoming legislative initiatives
  • Share experiences with other professionals in the field

Course content

  • Developments in the CEIV Pharma program
  • Recent changes in the Temperature Control Regulations (TCR)
  • Irregularities investigation handling
  • Root Cause Analysis (RCA) identification
  • Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA) follow-up and reporting
  • Standards Operational Procedure (SOP) change and control process
  • Quality system components; temperature mapping and calibration
  • Risk management elements; risk aspects, sources, factors, risk evaluation, classification, and mitigation
  • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) for risk assessment on air freight route

Training calendar

14/10 - 15/10/2024 · LIVE virtual classroom · 09.00-17.00 · Language: English

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