Warehouse Cargo Officer (CEP) Liege Airport

Cargo handling & logistics · · Blended ·

Training information

  • Length of training: 10 days
  • Language: French
  • Type: Blended, the training alternates between e-learning and classroom training.
  • Certification: Aviato Academy Certificate
  • Previous knowledge required: none
  • Price:€ 2,000 (VAT Excluded)
  • CEP – Paid Educational Leave

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Target Audience

Benefit from paid educational leave (PEL) for your employees and train them as Warehouse Cargo Officer.

Warehouse Cargo Officer working for a company specialising in air cargo handling


  • This course aims to provide a general overview of the skills required for the position of warehouse cargo office in the air freight industry. It is essential preparation for a good understanding of the tasks and missions assigned to operational staff.
  • From understanding the cargo process to mastering airport jargon; from processing the entire flow of import and export cargo documents in a timely and error-free manner; from strict compliance with the applicable customs import and export regulations to the administrative processing of all import and export cargo documents in accordance with the applicable customs import and export regulations and customer requirements. Or the control of dangerous goods according to the current IATA regulations, good practices in the handling of pharmaceutical products, ...

Course content

  • Basic knowledge of the airport environment
    • Knowledge of airport environments and infrastructures; Knowledge of airport jargon in French and English; IATA abbreviations and codes; Basic geographical knowledge
  • Introduction to the air cargo business, processes, and environment
    • Air cargo flow; Cargo pricing.
  • Transport and documents
    • Characteristics, objectives, operation, and structure of the supply chain; The fragile trade-off between speed, cost, flexibility, quality, and regulation; The role of the warehouse, stock, production, transport, and purchasing.
    • Multimodal transport
    • Air transport: Type of aircraft and loading equipment
    • Documents: Airway bill; loading instructions, waybill, Incoterms
    • General introduction; The international transport chain; International trade and the organisation of logistics operations; Roles, missions, and commercial issues of Incoterms; Obligations between buyer and seller
    • Incoterms 2010, 2020;
    • General wording and classification; Impact of the choice of Incoterm on the logistical, documentary, accounting, and fiscal plan, sale value of the goods and the Incoterm; Incoterm, insurance and packaging; Incoterm and customs.
  • Customs
    • Value of customs; Knowledge of all the basic concepts surrounding the structure of the Union; The denomination of goods; The different customs regulations; The declaration process and the calculation of the most favourable taxes; The delivery obligation
  • Dangerous goods category 8
    • Identification and classification of dangerous goods; Recognise and identify dangerous goods labels and packaging specification markings; Familiarise yourself with the shipper's declaration and other relevant documents; Know the allowances applicable to dangerous goods contained in passenger and crew baggage; Know the emergency response procedures for dangerous goods
  • Good practice in relation to pharmaceutical products
    • Introduction to Good Distribution Practices; Brief explanation of the guidelines (GDP - Distribution Practices); Guidelines for implementation within the organisation; Best practices with focus on warehouse staff
  • Live animals & Perishables
    • IATA regulations
    • Environmental parameters necessary to ensure animal welfare
  • Cargo and mail security
    • Security rules and means implemented; Protection of cargo and mail; Regulated agents; Known consignors; Account consignors
  • Practical exercises
    • Process of an international air shipment
    • International shipment by multimodal transport

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