FIATA and IATA separate Training Activities

IATA and FIATA have amicably agreed to separate their training activities in order to further their shared objective of providing increased industry solutions to the international air cargo supply chain. Under the terms of the new arrangement, IATA and FIATA have an agreement that will enhance training programs for freight forwarders, particularly in the area of Dangerous Goods training.

Additionally, IATA and FIATA, through the IATA FIATA Consultative Council (IFCC) will collaborate with each other to offer independent training solutions. The IFCC will also take this opportunity to review the training requirements under the existing Cargo Agency Conference Resolutions to extend the options available to entities seeking accreditation under the IATA Cargo Agency and Intermediary Programs. 

1 March 2011

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