Why should you attend for our DGR Training?
1) Do you know if you’re shipping Dangerous Goods?
2) Failure to properly packing/repacking, marking & labeling and describes the Dangerous Goods materials on the shipping paper.
3) Most transportation incidents involving Dangerous Goods materials are the result of Human ERROR and therefore training is the best means of preventing Dangerous Goods materials incident.
Training is essential!
Name of any skill you master and most probably you needed some type of training to reach the current level. The time a person needs to master a skill is depending on several things. The two most important are the quality of the training and the quality of the person delivering that training.
We at DGM strive to reach the highest quality level for both training and instructor. The tools we use for that are a combination of internal training and quality assurance programs. These tools give us an overview of our performance, the results and feedback from our students and a guideline for continuous improvement.
DGM has a reputation in providing high quality and practical training courses related to the transport, handling and storage of dangerous goods and hazardous materials.
Students receive comprehensive training materials in sessions that combine excellent teaching practices with expert knowledge. Thousands of shippers & packers, freight forwarders, operators & handling agents, security screeners have been trained by DGM according to their responsibilities.
Most of DGM offices are accredited by Local Civil Aviations and by IATA as an ATS (Accredited Training School) to conduct dangerous goods air training courses.
TRAINING SCHEDULE 2019
|COURSE||DURATION||FEE Per Pax (RM)||JAN||FEB||MAC||APR||MAY||JUN||JUL||AUG||SEP||OCT||NOV||DEC|
|IATA DGR INITIAL|
|5 Days||2950.00||N/A||18 – 22 (KUL & PEN)||25 – 29 (KUL)||15 – 19 (KUL)||13 – 17 (PEN)||17 – 21 (KUL)||22 – 26 (KUL)||05 – 09 (PEN)|
19 – 23 (PEN)
|N/A||07 – 11 (KUL)||18 – 22 (KUL)|
25 – 29 (PEN)
|IATA DGR RECURRENT |
|2 Days||1850.00||07 – 08 (KUL)|
10 – 11 (PEN)
|25 – 26 (KUL)||N/A||08 – 09 (KUL)|
22 – 23 (PEN)
|N/A||N/A||01 – 02 (PEN)|
08 – 09 (KUL)
|01 – 02 (PEN)||N/A||N/A||04 – 05 (KUL)||N/A|
KUL – Kuala Lumpur
PEN – Penang