Thông tư 29/2014/TT-BGTVT

Circular No. 29/2014/TT-BGTVT dated July 29, 2014, on aviation security training

Circular 29/2014/TT-BGTVT aviation security training đã được thay thế bởi Circular 43/2017/TT-BGTVT on aviation security training và được áp dụng kể từ ngày 15/01/2018.

Nội dung toàn văn Circular 29/2014/TT-BGTVT aviation security training


MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT
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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness
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No. 29/2014/TT-BGTVT

Hanoi, July 29, 2014

 

CIRCULAR

ON AVIATION SECURITY TRAINING

Pursuant to the Civil Aviation Law of Vietnam dated June 29, 2006;

Pursuant to the Law of Vocational education dated November 29, 2006;

Pursuant to the Law of Education dated June 14, 2005 and the Law on amendments to certain articles of the Law of Education dated December 04, 2009;

Pursuant to the Government’s Decree No. 81/2010/ND-CP dated July 14, 2010 on civil aviation security;

Pursuant to the Government’s Decree No. 107/2012/ND-CP dated December 20, 2012 on the functions, missions, authority and organizational structure of the Ministry of Transport;

At the request of the Head of the Department of Personnel and Organization and the Head of the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam,

Minister of Transport promulgates the Circular on aviation security training.

Chapter I

GENERAL PROVISIONS

Article 1. Scope

This Circular stipulates the training in civil aviation security.

Article 2. Regulated entities

This Circular applies to the organizations and individuals concerning the training in civil aviation security.

Chapter II

AVIATION SECURITY TRAINING PROGRAMS

Part 1. BASIC TRAINING

Article 3. Education in security screening

1. Objective: Equip learners with the occupational knowledge, skills and manners to conduct the examination, security screening and observation of passengers, baggage, cargo, postal parcels and articles conveyed aboard an aircraft.

2. Entry requirements:

a) Vietnamese citizen from 18 years of age;

b) Possess a high school diploma or equivalent;

c) Be physically fit as per regulations;

d) Possess political and ethical credentials, have an explicit personal history;

dd) Carry no prior conviction or administrative penalty, undergo no ongoing criminal investigation, use no narcotics or stimulants prohibited according to the laws.

3. Program duration: 332 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

INCLUDING

THEORY

PRACTICE

I

General subjects

40

40

00

1

General knowledge of civil aviation

10

10

00

2

Transportation of passengers, baggage and cargo

10

10

00

3

General law

20

20

00

II

General subjects on aviation security

130

130

00

1

Aviation security

20

20

00

2

Airport and airfield security

15

15

00

3

Response to aviation security issues

10

10

00

4

Bomb threat handling

05

05

00

5

Law enforcement agencies

05

05

00

6

Airport and aircraft users

05

05

00

7

Entrance and exit control measures

10

10

00

8

Examination and supervision of aviation security

15

15

00

9

Aviation security equipment

15

15

00

10

Principles for settlement of aviation security breach

10

10

00

11

Use of weapons, ancillary equipment and communication devices

10

10

00

12

Administrative violations in the civil aviation sector

05

05

00

13

Aviation security culture

05

05

00

III

Specialization in security screening

162

50

112

1

Passenger observation

20

04

16

2

Baggage observation

20

04

16

3

Weapons, explosives, dangerous articles and goods; and principles of handling

20

10

10

4

X-ray screening

45

05

40

5

Door-frame and hand-held metal detectors

15

03

12

6

Explosive detection devices

12

04

08

7

Examination of special passengers

10

05

05

8

Examination of disabled passengers

10

05

05

9

Positive passenger-bag match

10

10

00

Total

332

220

112

Article 4. Education in security control

1. Objective: Equip learners with the occupational knowledge, skills and manners to stand guard over restricted areas, to examine and supervise the security of terminals, public areas and airfield.

2. Entry requirements:

a) Vietnamese citizen from 18 years of age;

b) Possess a high school diploma or equivalent;

c) Be physical fit as per regulations;

d) Possess political and ethical credentials, have an explicit personal history;

dd) Carry no prior conviction or administrative penalty, undergo no ongoing criminal investigation, use no narcotics or stimulants prohibited according to the laws.

3. Program duration: 330 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

INCLUDING

THEORY

PRACTICE

I

General subjects

40

40

00

1

General knowledge of civil aviation

10

10

00

2

Transportation of passengers, baggage and cargo

10

10

00

3

General law

20

20

00

II

General subjects on aviation security

130

130

00

1

Aviation security

20

20

00

2

Airport and airfield security

15

15

00

3

Response to aviation security issues

10

10

00

4

Bomb threat handling

05

05

00

5

Law enforcement agencies

05

05

00

6

Airport and aircraft users

05

05

00

7

Entrance and exit control measures

10

10

00

8

Examination and supervision of aviation security

15

15

00

9

Aviation security equipment

15

15

00

10

Principles for settlement of aviation security breach

10

10

00

11

Use of weapons, ancillary equipment and communication devices

10

10

00

12

Administrative violations in the civil aviation sector

05

05

00

13

Aviation security culture

05

05

00

III

Specialization in security control

160

53

107

1

Patrol and guard

20

05

15

2

Aircraft protection

15

05

10

3

Restricted area security

15

05

10

4

Weapons, explosives, dangerous articles and products; and principles of handling

15

15

00

5

Examination with aviation security equipment

30

08

22

6

Physical examination of people, vehicles and items

15

05

10

7

Control of people and vehicles operating in restricted areas

15

05 10

 

8

Site protection

05

05

00

9

Martial arts

30

00

30

Total

330

223

107

Article 5. Education in mobile security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the occupational knowledge, skills and manners for patrol, guarding, escorting, crowd control, aircraft and vehicle examination and search.

2. Entry requirements:

a) Vietnamese citizen from 18 years of age;

b) Possess a high school diploma or equivalent;

c) Be physical fit as per regulations;

d) Possess political and ethical credentials, have an explicit personal history;

dd) Carry no prior conviction or administrative penalty, undergo no ongoing criminal investigation, use no narcotics or stimulants prohibited according to the laws.

3. Duration: 415 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

INCLUDING

THEORY

PRACTICE

I

General subjects

40

40

00

1

General knowledge of civil aviation

10

10

00

2

Transportation of passengers, baggage and cargo

10

10

00

3

General law

20

20

00

II

General subjects on aviation security

130

130

00

1

Aviation security

20

20

00

2

Airport and airfield security

15

15

00

3

Response to aviation security issues

10

10

00

4

Bomb threat handling

05

05

00

5

Law enforcement agencies

05

05

00

6

Airport and aircraft users

05

05

00

7

Entrance and exit control measures

10

10

00

8

Examination and supervision of aviation security

15

15

00

9

Aviation security equipment

15

15

00

10

Principles for settlement of aviation security breach

10

10

00

11

Use of weapons, ancillary equipment and communication devices

10

10

00

12

Administrative violations in the civil aviation sector

05

05

00

13

Aviation security culture

05

05

00

III

Specialization in mobile security

245

105

140

1

Patrol and guard

20

05

15

2

Escorting of people and cargo

15

05

10

3

Examination and search of aircrafts, vehicles, terminals and unclaimed baggage

30

10

20

4

Riot control

10

10

00

5

Weapons, explosives, dangerous articles and products; and principles of handling

15

15

00

6

Site protection

10

10

00

7

Handling of bombs, mines and explosives

20

05

15

8

Handling of aviation security breach in restricted areas of an airport or airfield

15

15

00

9

Martial arts

110

30

80

Total

415

275

140

Article 6. Education in in-flight security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the occupational knowledge, skills and manners to provide protection, maintain order, control the crowd aboard a flying aircraft, use weapons and ancillary equipment to restrain and apprehend violators on a flight, and respond promptly to illegal interference.

2. The program is open to flight marshals.

3. Duration: 270 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

INCLUDING

THEORY

PRACTICE

I

General subjects on aviation security

130

130

00

1

Aviation security

20

20

00

2

Airport and airfield security

15

15

00

3

Response to aviation security issues

10

10

00

4

Bomb threat handling

05

05

00

5

Law enforcement agencies

05

05

00

6

Airport and aircraft users

05

05

00

7

Entrance and exit control measures

10

10

00

8

Examination and supervision of aviation security

15

15

00

9

Aviation security equipment

15

15

00

10

Principles for settlement of aviation security breach

10

10

00

11

Use of weapons, ancillary equipment and communication devices

10

10

00

12

Administrative violations in the civil aviation sector

05

05

00

13

Aviation security culture

05

05

00

II

Specialization in in-flight security

140

35

105

1

Use of firearms and ancillary equipment aboard an aircraft

30

05

25

2

Weapons, explosives, dangerous articles and products; and principles of handling

10

10

00

3

On-board arrest and confinement

35

10

25

4

In-flight riot control

35

05

30

5

Response to illegal interference in flying aircrafts

30

05

25

 

Total

270

165

105

Part 2. SUPPLEMENTAL TRAINING

Article 7. Supplemental training in aviation security management

1. Objective: Equip learners with the occupational knowledge and skills in aviation security management.

2. The course is open to managerial personnel in the aviation security force of airports companies, airlines, providers of air traffic services, providers of aircraft repair and maintenance services, airports authorities and relevant officials in state management bodies. 

3. Duration: 40 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

04

2

Airport and airfield security

04

3

Response to aviation security issues

04

4

Global aviation security environment

04

5

Roles and activities of regional and international organizations

02

6

National, regional and international regulations on aviation security

04

7

National civil aviation bodies and authorities

02

8

Aviation security technology

04

9

Resources for maintaining aviation security

04

10

Project management

02

11

Internal quality control programs

04

12

Emergency plan

02

Total

40

Article 8. Supplemental training in aviation security crisis management

1. Objective: Equip learners with the occupational knowledge and skills in formulating emergency plans for aviation security and measures against illegal interference.

2. The course is open to managerial personnel in the aviation security force and other units that carry out measures against illegal interference in civil aviation activities.

3. Duration: 24 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

04

2

Airport and airfield security

04

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Threats to civil aviation security

02

5

Specific traits of transgressors in civil aviation activities

02

6

Common traits of criminals

02

7

Basic principles of crisis management

01

8

Crisis management

01

9

Crisis management plan

02

10

Requirements for a command and crisis control center

02

11

Practice of crisis management

02

Total

24

Article 9. Supplemental training in aviation security instructorship

1. Objective: Equip learners with knowledge and skills in preparing and using educational texts and equipment, organizing classes and acquiring teaching methods in aviation security.

2. The course is open to aviation security instructors and trainers.

3. Duration

a) Supplemental training of aviation security instructor: 56 hours;

b) Supplemental training of aviation security trainer: 85 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) Supplemental training of aviation security instructor

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

THEORY

PRACTICE

1

Security instructor’s role and introduction to aviation security program

12

06

06

2

Principles of learning and teaching

05

05

00

3

Course organization

05

05

00

4

Preparation of teaching equipment in aviation security

05

05

00

5

Overview of course deployment

10

05

05

6

Testing and certification

04

04

00

7

Presenting of documents

10

05

05

8

Result evaluation

05

05

00

Total

56

40

16

b) Supplemental training of aviation security trainer:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

05

2

Airport and airfield security

05

3

Response to aviation security issues

05

4

Bomb threat handling

05

5

Law enforcement agencies

05

6

Airport and aircraft users

05

7

Entrance and exit control measures

05

8

Examination and supervision of aviation security

05

9

Aviation security equipment

05

10

Weapons, explosives, dangerous articles and products; and principles of handling

15

11

Principles for settlement of aviation security breach

05

12

Use of weapons, ancillary equipment and communication devices

05

13

Administrative violations in the civil aviation sector

05

14

Aviation security culture

05

15

Aviation security trainer’s role

05

Total

85

Article 10. Supplemental training in aviation security supervision

1. Objective: Equip learners with knowledge of aviation security, preparatory tasks, methods and skills in inspecting and supervising aviation security.

2. The course is open to aviation security inspectors and supervisors.

3. Duration: 56 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

THEORY

PRACTICE

1

Concept and content of national aviation security inspection program

04

04

00

2

Concept of aviation security inspection

04

04

00

3

Preparation for inspection

04

04

00

4

Inspection methods under national programs

10

05

05

5

Inspector’s and supervisor’s roles and skills

06

06

0

6

Inspection skills

10

05

05

7

Ancillary equipment for inspection

04

04

00

8

Procedure of examination and supervision

04

04

00

9

Internship and writing of inspection reports

10

02

08

Total

56

38

18

Part 3. TRAINING OF RELEVANT PERSONNEL IN AVIATION SECURITY

Article 11. Training of flight crew in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security situations.

2. The course is open to pilots and flight attendants.

3. Duration

a) Training of pilots and flight attendants in aviation security, except the person defined in Point b, Section 3 of this Article: 32 hours;

b) Training of chief pursers in aviation security: 40 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) Training of personnel defined in Point a, Section 3 of this Article in aviation security

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Aircraft protection

04

5

Security examination and aircraft search

04

6

Response to in-flight bomb threat

04

7

Response to in-flight incidents of unruly passenger

02

8

Response to illegal aircraft seizure and hostage incidents

02

9

Self-defense skills

08

10

Dangerous articles

02

 

Total

32

b) Training of chief pursers in aviation security:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Aircraft protection

04

5

Security examination and aircraft search

04

6

Response to in-flight bomb threat

04

7

Response to in-flight incidents of unruly passenger

02

8

Response to illegal aircraft seizure and hostage incidents

02

9

Self-defense skills

10

10

Dangerous articles

02

11

Assurance of in-flight security

02

12

Penalty for administrative breach of aviation security

04

Total

40

Article 12. Training of airlines' managerial personnel in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle aviation security situations related to managerial missions.

2. The course is open to managerial personnel of the airlines.

3. Duration: 12 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

National legislation and International Civil Aviation Organization’s standards on aviation security

02

5

National aviation security programs, airline's and airport's aviation security programs

02

6

Establishment of employees’ awareness in aviation security

01

7

Security emergency and crisis management

01

Total

12

Article 13. Training of airlines’ chief representatives, operations supervisors and managers in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle aviation security situations related to operations supervision and management.

2. The course is open to operations supervisors, managers and chief representatives of the airlines.

3. Duration: 12 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Content of the airline's aviation security program

02

5

The airline’s aviation security assurance measures

02

6

The airline’s aviation security emergency plan

01

7

Crisis management

01

Total

12

Article 14. Training of airlines’ ground operators in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security and handling of aviation security situations related to aircraft ground handling.

2. The course is open to ground operators of the airlines.

3. Duration: 12 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Aircraft protection

02

5

Pre-operation examination of aircraft security

02

6

Ground security procedure against bomb threat involving an aircraft on the ground

02

Total

12

Article 15. Training of aircraft ground handling staff in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle aviation security situations related to flight servicing.

2. The course is open to:

a) Aircraft ground handling staff;

b) Ground equipment operators;

c) Drivers and aircraft refueling staff.

3. Duration: 12 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Pre-flight security check

02

5

Security control of passengers and articles boarding an aircraft

02

6

Examination of an aircraft’s cargo hold

02

Total

12

Article 16. Training of aircraft repairmen and maintenance technicians in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle aviation security situations related to aircraft repair and maintenance.

2. The course is open to aircraft repairmen and maintenance technicians.

3. Duration: 12 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Entrance control for maintenance hangars and aircrafts

02

5

Security assurance for maintenance equipment, vehicles, materials and parts

02

6

Aircraft protection

02

Total

12

Article 17. Training of air traffic controllers in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle aviation security situations related to air traffic control.

2. The course is open to:

a) Air traffic controllers, communicators who give information and route guidance, relevant supervisors;

b) Flight coordinators of the airlines.

3. Duration: 16 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Aviation security objectives and organization

02

5

Conventions, international and national regulations on aviation security

02

6

Response to aircraft hijacking

02

7

Response to bomb threat

02

8

Alarm and emergency procedure

02

Total

16

Article 18. Training of air cargo service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle aviation security situations related to the provision of air cargo services.

2. The course is open to managers, supervisors and personnel of the air cargo service providers.

3. Duration

a) Training of personnel of the air cargo service providers in aviation security: 12 hours;

b) Training of managers and supervisors of the air cargo service providers in aviation security: 16 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) Training of personnel of the air cargo service providers in aviation security

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

01

3

Response to aviation security issues

01

4

General principles for cargo

01

5

Aircraft examination

01

6

Suspicious signs

01

7

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

8

Cargo security methods

01

9

X-ray scanner

01

10

Physical examination of cargo

01

11

Patrol in controlled areas

01

Total

12

b) Training of managers and supervisors of the air cargo service providers in aviation security

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

General principles for cargo

01

5

Aircraft examination

01

6

Suspicious signs

01

7

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

8

Cargo security methods

01

9

X-ray scanner

01

10

Physical examination of cargo

01

11

Patrol in controlled areas

01

12

Supervisory and managerial missions

01

13

Response to threat

01

Total

16

Article 19. Training of flight catering service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle aviation security situations related to the provision of catering services.

2. The course is open to managers, supervisors and personnel of the flight catering service providers.

3. Duration

a) Training of personnel of the flight catering service providers in aviation security: 12 hours;

b) Training of managers and supervisors of the flight catering service providers in aviation security: 16 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) The curriculum for personnel of the catering service providers

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

01

3

Response to aviation security issues

01

4

Aviation security objectives and organization

01

5

General aviation security objectives regarding meals

01

6

International organizations responsible for establishing aviation security standards

01

7

Responsibilities of relevant authorities

01

8

Responsibilities and obligations of catering companies towards security

01

9

Reasons for which civil aviation is a target of terrorism and illegal interference

01

10

Reasons for which catering is a target of assault

01

11

Types of menace to civil aviation

01

Total

12

b) The curriculum for managers and supervisors of the catering service providers

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

01

4

Aviation security objectives and organization

0.5

5

General aviation security objectives regarding meals

01

6

International organizations responsible for establishing aviation security standards

0.5

7

Responsibilities of relevant authorities

01

8

Responsibilities and obligations of catering companies towards security

01

9

Reasons for which civil aviation is a target of terrorism and illegal interference

01

10

Reasons for which catering is a target of assault

01

11

Types of menace to civil aviation

01

12

Entrance control and meal protection

01

13

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

14

Transportation of meals to an airport

0.5

15

Handling of bomb threat calls

0.5

16

Supervisory and managerial missions

01

Total

16

Article 20. Training of aircraft cleaning service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle aviation security situations related to the provision of aircraft cleaning services.

2. The course is open to managers, supervisors and personnel of the aircraft cleaning service providers.

3. Duration

a) Training of personnel of the aircraft cleaning service providers in aviation security: 12 hours;

b) Training of managers and supervisors of the aircraft cleaning service providers in aviation security: 16 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) The curriculum for personnel of the aircraft cleaning service providers

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

01

2

Airport and airfield security

01

3

Response to aviation security issues

01

4

Procedure for handling of suspicious signs upon detection

01

5

General aviation security objectives of cleaning services

01

6

International organizations responsible for establishing aviation security standards

01

7

Responsibilities of relevant authorities

01

8

Responsibilities and obligations of cleaning service providers towards security

01

9

Reasons for which civil aviation is a target of terrorism and illegal interference

01

10

Reasons for which cleaning service is a target of assault

01

11

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

12

Types of menace to civil aviation

01

Total

12

b) The curriculum for managers and supervisors of the aircraft cleaning service providers

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

01

4

Procedure for handling of suspicious signs upon detection

01

5

General aviation security objectives of cleaning services

01

6

International organizations responsible for establishing aviation security standards

01

7

Responsibilities of relevant authorities

01

8

Responsibilities and obligations of cleaning service providers towards security

01

9

Reasons for which civil aviation is a target of terrorism and illegal interference

01

10

Reasons for which cleaning service is a target of assault

01

11

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

12

Types of menace to civil aviation

01

13

Handling of bomb threat calls

01

14

Responsibilities of supervision and management

01

Total

16

Article 21. Training of airmail service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle aviation security situations related to the provision of airmail services.

2. The course is open to: Managers, supervisors and personnel of the airmail service providers.

3. Duration

a) Training of personnel of the airmail service providers in aviation security: 12 hours;

b) Training of managers and supervisors of the airmail service providers in aviation security: 16 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) The curriculum for personnel of the airmail service providers

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

01

3

Response to aviation security issues

01

4

Aviation security objectives and organization

01

5

General security principles for postal cargo

01

6

Security control

01

7

Artifices of concealment

01

8

Suspicious situations

01

9

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

10

X-ray scanner

01

11

Physical examination and other measures

01

Total

12

b) The curriculum for managers and supervisors of the airmail service providers

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Aviation security objectives and organization

01

5

General security principles for postal cargo

01

6

Security control

01

7

Artifices of concealment

01

8

Suspicious situations

01

9

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

10

X-ray scanner

02

11

Physical examination and other measures

01

12

Supervisory and managerial missions

01

Total

16

Article 22. Training of security guards of air service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security situations.

2. The course is open to specialized security guards of the providers of air cargo services, flight catering services and aviation fuel; the aircraft repair and maintenance companies; and the providers of air traffic control services.

3. Duration: 24 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

02

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Response to aviation security issues

02

4

Aviation security measures for restricted areas

04

5

Skills in patrol, guard, examination and supervision

04

6

Management and use of weapons and ancillary equipment

02

7

Skills for initial response to acts of aviation security breach

06

8

Incident documenting and reporting

02

Total

24

Article 23. Training of relevant individuals in aviation security

1. Objective: Equip learners with the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle relevant aviation security situations in restricted areas.

2. The course is open to:

a) Non-aviation service providers’ personnel working in restricted areas of an airport;

b) Employees of the technical aviation service providers or aviation equipment repair and maintenance companies operating in restricted areas of an airport;

c) Environmental hygiene service providers’ personnel working in restricted areas of an airport

3. Duration: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security objectives

02

2

Airport and airfield security

04

3

Responsibilities of the units handling aviation security issues

02

Total

08

Part 4. RECURRENT TRAINING

Article 24. Recurrent training in security screening

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on new knowledge and regulations, practice and augment occupational skills in examination and security screening.

2. The course is open to security screeners.

3. Duration: 24 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

INCLUDING

THEORY

PRACTICE

1

Passenger observation

02

00

02

2

Baggage observation

02

00

02

3

Weapons, explosives and dangerous articles

04

00

04

4

X-ray screening

04

00

04

5

Door frame and hand-held metal detectors

02

00

02

6

Explosive detection devices

02

00

02

7

Examination of special passengers

04

02

02

8

Examination of disabled passengers

02

00

02

9

Positive passenger-bag match

02

00

02

Total

24

02

22

Article 25. Recurrent training in security control

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on new knowledge and regulations, practice and augment occupational skills in control, supervision and guard.

2. The course is open to security controllers.

3. Duration: 24 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

INCLUDING

THEORY

PRACTICE

1

Patrol and guard

04

02

02

2

Aircraft protection

02

02

00

3

Restricted area security

04

04

00

4

Examination with aviation security equipment

04

00

04

5

Physical examination of people, vehicles and items

04

00

04

6

Control of people and vehicles operating in restricted areas

04

04

00

7

Site protection

02

02

00

Total

24

14

10

Article 26. Recurrent training in mobile security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on new knowledge and regulations, practice and augment occupational skills in mobile security.

2. The course is open to mobile security staff.

3. Duration: 56 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

INCLUDING

THEORY

PRACTICE

1

Patrol and guard

02

00

02

2

Escorting of people and cargo

02

02

00

3

Examination and search of aircrafts, vehicles, terminals and unclaimed baggage

04

00

04

4

Riot control

02

02

00

5

Identification of weapons, explosives and dangerous articles

04

00

04

6

Site protection

02

02

00

7

Handling of bombs, mines and explosives

04

04

00

8

Handling of aviation security breach in restricted areas of an airport

04

02

02

9

Martial arts

32

00

32

Total

56

12

44

Article 27. Recurrent training in in-flight security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on new knowledge and regulations, practice and augment occupational skills in responding to illegal interference in an effective manner.

2. The course is open to flight marshals.

3. Duration: 24 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

TOTAL

INCLUDING

THEORY

PRACTICE

1

Use of firearms and ancillary equipment aboard an aircraft

06

02

04

2

On-board arrest and confinement

04

00

04

3

In-flight riot control

06

02

04

4

Use of the equipment to restrain individuals aboard an aircraft

04

00

04

5

Response to illegal interference in flying aircrafts

04

02

02

Total

24

06

18

Article 28. Recurrent training in aviation security management

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on new knowledge and regulations on aviation security management.

2. The course is open to managerial personnel in the aviation security force of airports companies, airlines, providers of air traffic services, providers of aircraft repair and maintenance services, airports authorities and relevant officials in state management bodies. 

3. Duration: 16 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Global aviation security environment

02

2

Role and activities of regional and international organizations

01

3

National, regional and international regulations on aviation security

02

4

National civil aviation bodies and authorities

01

5

Aviation security technology

02

6

Resources for maintaining aviation security

02

7

Project management

01

8

Internal quality control programs

04

9

Emergency plan

01

Total

16

Article 29. Recurrent training in aviation security crisis management

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on new knowledge, regulations and occupational skills in formulating emergency plans for aviation security and measures against illegal interference.

2. The course is open to managerial personnel in the aviation security force and other units that carry out measures against illegal interference in civil aviation activities.

3. Duration: 16 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Threats to civil aviation security technology

02

2

Specific traits of transgressors of civil aviation activities

02

3

Common traits of criminals

02

4

Basic principles of crisis management

02

5

Crisis management

02

6

Crisis management plan

02

7

Requirements for a command and crisis control center

02

8

Practice of crisis management

02

Total

16

Article 30. Recurrent training in aviation security instructorship

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on knowledge and skills in preparing and using educational texts and equipment, organizing classes and acquiring teaching methods in aviation security.

2. The course is open to aviation security instructors and trainers.

3. Duration

a) Recurrent training of aviation security instructors: 16 hours;

b) Recurrent training of aviation security trainers: 16 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) Recurrent training of aviation security instructors

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Security instructor’s role and introduction to an aviation security program

01

2

Principles of learning and teaching

01

3

Course organization

03

4

Preparation of teaching equipment in aviation security

02

5

Overview of course deployment

02

6

Testing and certification

02

7

Presenting of documents

03

8

Result evaluation

02

Total

16

b) Recurrent training of aviation security trainers

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security

01

2

Airport and airfield security

01

3

Response to aviation security issues

01

4

Bomb threat handling

01

5

Airport and aircraft users

01

6

Entrance control measures

02

7

Examination and supervision of aviation security

02

8

Aviation security equipment

01

9

Weapons, explosives and dangerous articles

02

10

Principles for handling of weapons, explosives and dangerous articles upon detection

01

11

Principles for settlement of aviation security breach

02

12

Aviation security trainer’s role

01

Total

16

Article 31. Recurrent training of aviation security supervisors

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on knowledge and occupational skills in inspecting and supervising aviation security.

2. The course is open to aviation security inspectors and supervisors.

3. Duration: 16 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Preparation for inspection

02

2

Inspection methods under national programs

02

3

Inspector’s and supervisor’s roles and skills

02

4

Inspection skills

04

5

Ancillary equipment for inspection

02

6

Internship and writing of inspection reports

04

Total

16

Article 32. Recurrent training of flight crew in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to pilots and flight attendants.

3. Duration: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aircraft protection

01

2

Security examination and aircraft search

02

3

Response to in-flight bomb threat

01

4

Response to in-flight incidents of unruly passenger

01

5

Response to illegal aircraft seizure and hostage incidents

01

6

Dangerous articles

02

Total

08

Article 33. Recurrent training of airlines’ managerial personnel in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to operations supervisors and managers and chief representatives of the airlines.

3. Duration: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

National legislation and ICAO’s standards on aviation security

02

2

National aviation security programs, airline's and airport's aviation security programs

04

3

Establishment of employees’ awareness in aviation security

01

4

Security emergency and crisis management

01

Total

08

Article 34. Recurrent training of airlines’ chief representatives, operations supervisors and managers in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to operations supervisors and managers and chief representatives of the airlines.

3. Duration: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Content of the airline's aviation security program

02

2

The airline’s aviation security assurance measures

02

3

The airline’s aviation security emergency plan

02

4

Crisis management

02

Total

08

Article 35. Recurrent training of airlines' ground operators in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to ground operators of the airlines.

3. Duration: 06 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Responsibilities of the units handling aviation security issues

02

2

Aircraft protection

02

3

Pre-operation examination of aircraft security

02

Total

06

Article 36. Recurrent training of aircraft ground handling staff in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to:

a) Aircraft ground handling staff;

b) Ground equipment operators;

c) Drivers and aircraft refueling staff.

3. Duration: 06 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Pre-flight security examination

02

2

Security control of passengers and articles boarding the aircraft

02

3

Examination of an aircraft’s cargo hold

02

Total

06

Article 37. Recurrent training of aircraft repairmen and maintenance technicians in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to aircraft repairmen and maintenance technicians.

3. Duration: 06 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aircraft protection

02

2

Pre-operation aircraft security examination

02

3

Ground security procedure against bomb threat involving an airplane on the ground

02

Total

06

Article 38. Recurrent training of air traffic controllers in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to:

a) Air traffic controllers, communicators who give information and route guidance, relevant supervisors;

b) Flight coordinators of the airlines.

3. Duration: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security objectives and organization

01

2

Conventions, international and national regulations on aviation security

02

3

Response to aircraft hijacking

02

4

Response to bomb threat

02

5

Alarm and emergency procedure

01

Total

08

Article 39. Recurrent training of air cargo service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to managers, supervisors and personnel of the air cargo service providers.

3. Duration

a) Recurrent training of personnel of the air cargo service providers in aviation security: 08 hours;

b) Training of managers and supervisors of the air cargo service providers in aviation security: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) Recurrent training of personnel of the air cargo service providers in aviation security:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

General principles for cargo

01

2

Aircraft examination

01

3

Suspicious signs

01

4

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

5

Cargo security assurance methods

01

6

X-ray scanner

01

7

Physical examination of cargo

01

8

Patrol in controlled areas

01

Total

08

b) Recurrent training of managers and supervisors of the air cargo service providers in aviation security:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

General principles for cargo

01

2

Aircraft examination

01

3

Suspicious signs

01

4

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

5

Cargo security assurance methods

01

6

X-ray scanner

01

7

Physical examination of cargo

01

8

Response to threat

01

Total

08

Article 40. Recurrent training of flight catering service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to managers, supervisors and personnel of the flight catering service providers.

3. Duration

a) Recurrent training of personnel of the flight catering service providers in aviation security: 08 hours;

b) Recurrent training of managers and supervisors of the flight catering service providers in aviation security: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) Recurrent training of personnel of the flight catering service providers in aviation security

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security objectives and organization

01

2

General aviation security objectives regarding meals

01

3

International organizations responsible for establishing aviation security standards

01

4

Responsibilities of relevant authorities

01

5

Responsibilities and obligations of catering companies towards security

01

6

Reasons for which civil aviation is a target of terrorism and illegal interference

01

7

Reasons for which catering is a target of assault

01

8

Types of menace to civil aviation

01

Total

08

b) Recurrent training of managers and supervisors of the flight catering service providers in aviation security

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security objectives and organization

0.5

2

General aviation security objectives regarding meals

01

3

International organizations responsible for establishing aviation security standards

0.5

4

Responsibilities of relevant authorities

01

5

Responsibilities and obligations of catering companies towards security

01

6

Reasons for which civil aviation is a target of terrorism and illegal interference

01

7

Reasons for which catering is a target of assault

0.5

8

Types of menace to civil aviation

0.5

9

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

10

Transportation of meals to an airport

0.5

11

Handling of bomb threat calls

0.5

Total

08

Article 41. Recurrent training of aircraft cleaning service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to managers, supervisors and personnel of the aircraft cleaning service providers.

3. Duration

a) Recurrent training of personnel of the aircraft cleaning service providers in aviation security: 08 hours;

b) Recurrent training of managers and supervisors of the aircraft cleaning service providers in aviation security: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) The curriculum for personnel of the aircraft cleaning service providers

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Procedure for handling of suspicious signs upon detection

01

2

General aviation security objectives of cleaning services

0.5

3

International organizations responsible for establishing aviation security standards

0.5

4

Responsibilities of relevant authorities

01

5

Responsibilities and obligations of cleaning service providers towards security

01

6

Reasons for which civil aviation is a target of terrorism and illegal interference

01

7

Reasons for which cleaning service is a target of assault

01

8

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

9

Types of menace to civil aviation

01

Total

08

b) Recurrent training of managers and supervisors of the aircraft cleaning service providers in aviation security

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Procedure for handling of suspicious signs upon detection

01

2

General aviation security objectives of cleaning services

0.5

3

International organizations responsible for establishing aviation security standards

0.5

4

Responsibilities of relevant authorities

01

5

Responsibilities and obligations of cleaning service providers towards security

01

6

Reasons for which cleaning service is a target of assault

01

7

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

8

Types of menace to civil aviation

01

9

Handling of bomb threat calls

01

Total

08

Article 42. Recurrent training of airmail service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to managers, supervisors and personnel of the airmail service providers.

3. Duration

a) Recurrent training of personnel of the airmail service providers in aviation security: 08 hours;

b) Recurrent training of managers and supervisors of the airmail service providers in aviation security: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

a) Recurrent training of personnel of the airmail service providers in aviation security

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security objectives and organization

01

2

General security principles for postal cargo

01

3

Security control

01

4

Artifices of concealment

01

5

Suspicious situations

01

6

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

7

X-ray scanner

01

8

Physical examination and other measures

01

Total

08

b) Recurrent training of managers and supervisors of the airmail service providers in aviation security

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security objectives and organization

01

2

General security principles for postal cargo

01

3

Security control

01

4

Artifices of concealment

01

5

Suspicious situations

01

6

Suspicious and restricted articles

01

7

X-ray scanner

01

8

Physical examination and other measures

01

Total

08

Article 43. Recurrent training of security guards of air service providers in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to specialized security guards of the providers of air cargo services, flight catering services and aviation fuel; aircraft repair and maintenance companies.

3. Duration: 08 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security measures for restricted areas

02

2

Skills of patrol, guard, examination and supervision

02

3

Management and use of weapons and ancillary equipment

01

4

Skills for initial response to acts of aviation security breach

02

5

Incident documenting and reporting

01

Total

08

Article 44. Recurrent training of relevant individuals in aviation security

1. Objective: Review and obtain update on the essential knowledge of aviation security to handle mission-related aviation security issues.

2. The course is open to:

a) Non-aviation service providers’ personnel working in restricted areas of an airport;

b) Personnel of technical aviation service providers or aviation equipment repair and maintenance companies operating in restricted areas of an airport;

c) Environmental hygiene service providers’ personnel working in restricted areas of an airport

3. Duration: 05 hours.

4. Time distribution by subject:

No.

SUBJECT

TIME (HOUR)

1

Aviation security objectives

01

2

Airport and airfield security

02

3

Responsibilities of the units handling aviation security issues

02

Total

05

Article 45. Recurrent training interval

1. The individuals specified in Article 24, 25, 26, 27 and 32 of this Circular shall undergo recurrent training once a year.

2. The individuals specified in Article 28, 29, 30 and 31 of this Circular shall undergo recurrent training once every 02 years.

3. The individuals specified in Article 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 of this Circular shall undergo recurrent training once every 03 years.

4. A security screener omitting dangerous articles during his mission or an aviation security employee having not carried out any mission in line with his certificate for at least 06 consecutive months shall be subjected to relevant recurrent training before resuming work.

Chapter III

TEXTBOOK, WRITTEN MATERIAL, CERTIFICATE AND AVIATION SECURITY INSTRUCTOR'S STANDARDS

Part 1. TEXTBOOK AND EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS

Article 46. Requirements for courses, textbooks and written materials

1. The aviation training courses defined in Article 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 of this Circular shall be subject to the approval of Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam.

2. The aviation training courses defined in Article 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 of this Circular shall be promulgated by Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam.

3. Textbooks for the aviation security training courses defined in this Circular shall abide by the laws of Vietnam and the International Civil Aviation Organization’s aviation security courses, regulations, standards and recommended practices;

4. Educational materials for the aviation security training courses defined in this Circular shall adhere to the textbooks and actual circumstances.

Article 47. Compilation, verification and publishing of textbooks and written materials

1. Aviation security training institutions shall compile, verify and publish textbooks and written materials for the aviation security training courses according to the laws.

2. Airports companies, airlines and organizations that have no aviation security training center shall compile and present textbooks and written materials to the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam for approval upon organizing internally the aviation training courses defined in Article 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 of this Circular. The application for approval of textbook and written material includes:

a) The form of application defined in Appendix 1 to this Circular;

b) The textbooks and written materials.

3. Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam shall assess and approve the documents in writing in 10 working days upon receiving the full application as regulated. If the documents do not suffice or the textbook and written material fail the regulations, the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam shall, in 05 working days upon receiving the application, issue an explained request to the applicant for the latter’s supplementation of relevant details.

Part 2. TESTING AND CERTIFICATION

Article 48. Testing and certification of education in aviation security

1. Learners of the aviation security programs defined in Article 3, 4, 5 and 6 of this Circular shall take examination after finishing each subject. Upon finishing the program, learners shall take theory and practical examinations as the program’s evaluation of achievement.

2. The theory examination shall include only or combine multiple-choice questions, essay and interview. The practical examination shall be conducted with existing equipment or simulation software.

3. The theory and practical examinations shall be graded on the 0 to 100 scale. The minimum passing grade for the theory examination and the practical examination shall be 75.

4. The certificat awarded by aviation security training institutions to learners completing the program shall adopt the sample defined in the Circular No. 61/2011/TT-BGTVT dated December 21, 2011 by the Minister of Transport on aviation staff, training institution, professional training and English assessment.

Article 49. Testing and certification of supplemental training in aviation security

1. Learners shall take a theory examination upon finishing a course on supplemental training in aviation security. Learners participating in the courses on supplemental training in aviation security instructorship or supervision as defined in this Circular shall, in addition, take a practical examination.

2. The theory examination shall include only or combine multiple-choice questions, essay and interview. The practical examination shall be conducted with existing equipment.

3. The theory and practical examinations shall be graded on the 0 to 100 scale. The minimum passing grade for the theory examination and the practical examination shall be 75.

4. The certificate in supplemental training in aviation security as awarded by aviation security training institutions to learners completing the course shall adopt the sample defined in Appendix 2 to this Circular.

Article 50. Testing and certification of aviation security awareness

1. Examination for non-recurrent and recurrent aviation security training courses

a) Learners shall take a theory examination upon finishing an aviation security training course defined in Article 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 of this Circular;

b) Learners shall take theory and practical examinations upon finishing a recurrent aviation security training course defined in Article 24, 25, 26 and 27 of this Circular;

c) Learners shall take a theory examination upon finishing a recurrent aviation security training course defined in Article 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 of this Circular;

d) The theory examination shall include only or combine multiple-choice questions, essay and interview. The practical examination shall be conducted with existing equipment or simulation software. The theory and practical examinations shall be graded on the 0 to 100 scale.

2. Certification of completion of non-recurrent and recurrent training in aviation security

a) The minimum passing grade for the theory examination shall be 75  for a non-recurrent or recurrent aviation security training course defined in Article 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 of this Circular. The certificate awarded by aviation security training institutions, airports companies, airlines and relevant organizations to learners completing the course shall resemble the specimen defined in Appendix 3 to this Circular;

b) The minimum passing grade of the theory examination and the practical examination shall be 75 for a recurrent aviation security training course defined in Article 24, 25, 26 and 27 of this Circular. The certificate awarded by aviation security training institutions to learners completing the course shall resemble the specimen defined in Appendix 4 to this Circular;

c) The minimum passing grade for the theory examination shall be 75 for a recurrent aviation security training course defined in Article 28, 29, 30 and 31 of this Circular. The certificate awarded by aviation security training institutions to learners completing the course shall adopt the sample defined in Appendix 4 to this Circular.

Article 51. Aviation security training in foreign countries and by foreign organizations and individuals in Vietnam

1. Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam accredits the aviation security certificates awarded by training institutions under the International Civil Aviation Organization, International Air Transport Association and foreign aviation security training institutions recognized by the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam.

2. Foreign organizations and individuals shall obtain permission of the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam before organizing the training in aviation security in Vietnam according to this Circular.

3. The foreign organization or individual shall submit one (01) application by hand, by post or by other methods to the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam. The application includes:

a) The form of application for permission as defined in Appendix 5 to this Circular;

b) The curriculum of the program;

c) The list of instructors.

4. Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam shall assess and approve the documents in writing in 10 working days upon receiving the full application as regulated. If the application is inadequate or the conditions are not met, the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam shall, in 05 working days upon receiving the application, issue an explained rejection or request to the applicant for the latter’s supplementation of relevant details.

Part 3. AVIATION SECURITY INSTRUCTOR

Article 52. Standards of an aviation security instructor

1. Aviation security instructors teach academic programs and training courses in aviation security as defined in this Circular.

2. Aviation security trainers teach non-recurrent and recurrent aviation security training course defined in Article 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 of this Circular.

3. Standards of an aviation security instructor

a) Fine virtue and attitude;

b) Adhere to the regulated health criteria;

c) Clear personal history;

d) Have not carried any conviction or administrative penalty, have not undergone no ongoing criminal investigation, have not used narcotics or stimulants prohibited according to the laws;

dd) Possess certificate(s) of expertise in aviation security or have worked for 05 years in the sector of aviation security in connection with the subjects being taught;

e) Possess a certificate of supplemental training in teaching.

4. Standards of an aviation security trainer

a) Meet the standards defined in Point a, b, c d and e, Section 3 of this Article;

b) Possess a certificate from the course defined in Point b, Section 4, Article 9 of this Circular and have worked for 05 years in the aviation industry.

Article 53. Verification of the list of aviation security instructors and trainers

1. Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam shall verify the list of aviation security instructors and trainers.

2. The relevant organization shall submit 01 application for verification by hand, by post or by other appropriate methods to the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam. The application includes:

a) The form of application defined in Appendix 6 to this Circular;

b) The police certificates of the individuals nominated;

c) The resumes of the individuals nominated, which bear the seal of the head of the supervisory organization;

d) The copy, certified or uncertified with the original, of the certificate of supplemental training in teaching.

dd) The copies, certified or uncertified with the originals, of the certificates regarding the expertise of the individuals nominated in aviation security;

e) The health certificate issued by a competent medical facility as per regulations.

3. Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam shall assess and approve the documents in writing in 10 working days upon receiving the full application as regulated. If the application is inadequate or the conditions are not met, the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam shall, in 05 working days upon receiving the application, issue an explained rejection or request to the applicant for the latter’s supplementation of relevant details.

Chapter IV

RESPONSIBILITIES OF AGENCIES, ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS FOR AVIATION SECURITY TRAINING

Article 54. Responsibilities of Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam

1. Guide, inspect and supervise aviation security training institutions, relevant organizations and individuals in regard to their implementation of this Circular.

2. Assess and accredit aviation security training institutions, programs and courses according to the Circular No. 61/2011/TT-BGTVT dated December 21, 2011 by the Minister of Transport on aviation staff, training institution, professional training and English assessment.

3. Verify the list of aviation security instructors and trainers, programs and courses defined in Article 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 of this Circular. Verify aviation security textbooks and training materials of the airports companies, airlines and organizations that do not have any aviation security training centers.

4. Inspect and evaluate the training institutions’ quality of aviation security training once every 02 years.

5. Act as the contact of international cooperation in aviation security training.

Article 55. Responsibilities of aviation security training institutions

1. Organize aviation security programs and courses according to this Circular.

2. Cooperate with other organizations and individuals in organizing aviation security courses. If cooperating with foreign organizations and individuals in organizing aviation security courses in Vietnam, the aviation security training institutions shall follow the formalities defined in Article 51 of this Circular.

3. List aviation security instructors and trainers and formulate aviation security programs and courses defined in Article 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 and 31 of this Circular, then present such information to the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam for approval.

4. Compile and assess textbooks and written materials for the aviation security programs and courses approved and enforced by the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam.

5. Evaluate the quality of training and summarize the result of aviation security training activities on annual basis, report thereof to the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam by the 15th of December.

6. Retain the aviation security training records of the learners having participated in the courses during their employment. Such records shall be managed according to regulations on restricted aviation security documents.

7. The aviation security training record includes:

a) The learner's resume;

b) The academic transcript;

c) The copy of the course completion certificate.

Article 56. Responsibilities of airports companies, airlines and relevant organizations

1. Companies and relevant organizations shall send the individuals specified in this Circular to aviation security training as per regulations and incur all expenses for such training.

2. Airports companies, airlines and organizations that do not have any aviation security training centers shall organize internally the non-recurrent and recurrent aviation security training courses defined in Article 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43 and 44 of this Circular.

3. Report to the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam about the result of aviation security training by the 15th of December each year.

4. Retain aviation security training records according to Section 6 and Section 7, Article 55 of this Circular.

Chapter V

IMPLEMENTATION

Article 57. Effect

This Circular takes effect as of September 20, 2014. It replaces the Circular No. 25/2009/TT-BGTVT dated October 16, 2009 by the Minister of Transport on aviation security training.

Article 58. Implementation

Chief of Office of the Ministry, Chief inspector of the Ministry, Head of the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam, heads of organizations and individuals concerned shall be responsible for implementing this Circular./.

 

 

MINISTER




Dinh La Thang

 

APPENDIX 1

THE FORM OF APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF AVIATION SECURITY TEXTBOOK AND MATERIALS
(Enclosed to the Circular No. 29/2014/TT-BGTVT dated July 29, 2014 by Minister of Transport)

 [NAME OF THE APPLICANT] ………..
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SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness

 

......... [place], … … … [date]

 

APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF
AVIATION SECURITY TEXTBOOK AND MATERIAL

To: Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam

The applicant:

Abbreviated name (if applicable):

Main address:

We request the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam to approve the aviation security textbook and material of … (enclose the aviation security textbook and material).

 

 

HEAD OF THE APPLICANT
(sign and seal)

 

APPENDIX 2

CERTIFICATE SAMPLE
(Enclosed to the Circular No. 29/2014/TT-BGTVT dated July 29, 2014 by Minister of Transport)

NAME OF THE CERTIFYING ORGANIZATION (in English & Vietnamese)

CỘNG HÒA XÃ HỘI CHỦ NGHĨA VIỆT NAM
Độc lập - Tự do - Hạnh phúc
---------------

 

CHỨNG CHỈ

CERTIFICATE

Color portrait photo

3 x 4 cm

 (embossed seal)

Chứng nhận Ông (Bà): …………………………………..………......

(This is to certify that Mr/Ms)

Ngày sinh (Birthday)……………….…………………………..……..

Nơi sinh (Birthplace): …………………………………………………

Đã hoàn thành khóa học (Has passed the course of):

………………………………………………………………..…………

Từ ngày (from)………..đến ngày (to)……..……………………

Kết quả (result): ………………………..……………….............

….., ngày (day)…… tháng (month)……. năm (year) 20…..

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ CẤP CHỨNG CHỈ
(DIRECTOR/HEAD OF CERTIFYING AGENCY)





S đăng ký:

Registration No:

 

 

 

1. The color of the exterior side is white.

2. Interior side:

a) The draft of the certificate is made of hard white paper. The size of the frame is 21.5 x 15.5 cm and its color is sea blue;

b) The word CERTIFICATE is printed in red while the remaining content is printed in black;

c) In the middle of the certificate: the logo of the training institution/ airports company/ airline ... (if available) is displayed as a watermark.

 

APPENDIX 3

SAMPLE OF THE AVIATION SECURITY AWARENESS CERTIFICATE
(Enclosed to the Circular No. 29/2014/TT-BGTVT dated July 29, 2014 by Minister of Transport)

1. The certificate is made into a booklet. The size of each page is 8.5 x 12.5 cm.

2. Cover page: Imitate leather.

a) Exterior side: Green background (Color mode C: 100; M: 0; Y: 100; K: 0), gold foil prints

SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM

b) Interior side: White back ground, black prints.

3. Certification pages: white background, made from hard paper,

a) Page 1: The phrase AVIATION SECURITY AWARENESS CERTIFICATE is printed in Vietnamese and English and in red while other letters are printed in black;

 

CNG HÒA XÃ HỘI CHNGHĨA VIT NAM
Độc lp - Tự do - Hạnh phúc
------------------

 

CHỨNG NHẬN HUẤN LUYỆN KIẾN THỨC AN NINH HÀNG KHÔNG
AVIATION SECURITY AWARENESS CERTIFICATE

S/No: …………….

Họ tên/Full name: ……………………...............

Ngày sinh/Date of birth: ………….…………....

Chức vụ / Designation: ……………..………....

Tổ chức/Organization: …………………..........

…………………………………………………….

 

THỦ TRƯỞNG
ĐƠN VỊ CẤP CHỨNG NHẬN
DIRECTOR OF …..

 

Ngày cấp: ………………………….....…………….

Date of issue

Chữ ký và đóng dấu:

Signature and stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chng nhn này gồm 8 trang

This certificate contains 8 pages

1

 

8

b) Page 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Black prints.

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN KIẾN THỨC: AWARNESS TRAINING COURSES

 

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN KIẾN THỨC: AWARNESS TRAINING COURSES

CHƯƠNG TRÌNH HUẤN LUYỆN
COURSE TITLE

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN
PERIOD

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

CHƯƠNG TRÌNH HUẤN LUYỆN
COURSE TITLE

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN
PERIOD

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

7

 

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN KIẾN THỨC: AWARNESS TRAINING COURSES

 

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN KIẾN THỨC: AWARNESS TRAINING COURSES

CHƯƠNG TRÌNH HUẤN LUYỆN
COURSE TITLE

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN
PERIOD

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

CHƯƠNG TRÌNH HUẤN LUYỆN
COURSE TITLE

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN
PERIOD

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

6

 

CÁC KHÓA HUN LUYN KIẾN THỨC: TRAINING COURSES

 

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYN KIẾN THỨC: TRAINING COURSES

CHƯƠNG TRÌNH HUẤN LUYỆN
COURSE TITLE

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN
PERIOD

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

CHƯƠNG TRÌNH HUẤN LUYỆN
COURSE TITLE

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN
PERIOD

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
 
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

5

 

 

APPENDIX 4

SAMPLE OF THE AVIATION SECURITY RECURRENT TRAINING CERTIFICATE
(Enclosed to the Circular No. 29/2014/TT-BGTVT dated July 29, 2014 by Minister of Transport)

1. The certificate is made into a booklet. The size of each page is 8.5 x 12.5 cm.

2. Cover page: Imitate leather.

a) Exterior side: Sky blue background (color code C: 100; M: 0; Y: 0; K: 0), gold foil prints

b) Interior side: White back ground, black prints.

3. Certification pages: White background, made from hard paper,

a) Page 1: The phrase AVIATION SECURITY RECURRENT TRAINING CERTIFICATE is printed in Vietnamese and English and in red while other letters are printed in black;

CNG HÒA XÃ HỘI CHNGHĨA VIT NAM
Độc lp - Tự do - Hạnh phúc
------------------

 

CHNG NHN HUN LUYN ĐNH K
AN NINH HÀNG KHÔNG
AVIATION SECURITY RECURRENT TRAINING CERTIFICATE

NGHIỆP V………………………..

Speciality …………………………..

Số/No: …………….

Họ tên/Full name: …………..………...............

Ngày sinh/Date of birth: ………….…………....

Chức vụ/Designation: ……………..………....

Tổ chức/Organization: …………………..........

…………………………………………………….

 

THỦ TRƯỞNG
ĐƠN VỊ CẤP CHỨNG NHẬN
DIRECTOR OF …..

 

Ngày cấp: ………………………….

Date of issue

Chữ ký và đóng dấu:

Signature and stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chng nhn này gồm 8 trang

This certificate contains 8 pages

1

 

8

b) Page 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8: Black prints.

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ: TRAINING COURSES

 

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ: TRAINING COURSES

CHƯƠNG TRÌNH HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ
PERIOD

NGÀY HẾT HẠN
DATE OF EXPIRY

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ
PERIOD

NGÀY HẾT HẠN
DATE OF EXPIRY

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

 

 

 

7

 

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ: TRAINING COURSES

 

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ: TRAINING COURSES

CHƯƠNG TRÌNH HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ
PERIOD

NGÀY HẾT HẠN
DATE OF EXPIRY

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ
PERIOD

NGÀY HẾT HẠN
DATE OF EXPIRY

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

 

 

 

6

 

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ: TRAINING COURSES

 

CÁC KHÓA HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ: TRAINING COURSES

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ
PERIOD

NGÀY HẾT HẠN
DATE OF EXPIRY

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

THỜI GIAN HUẤN LUYỆN ĐỊNH KỲ
PERIOD

NGÀY HẾT HẠN
DATE OF EXPIRY

THỦ TRƯỞNG ĐƠN VỊ HUẤN LUYỆN KÝ, ĐÓNG DẤU
SIGNATURE OF DIRECTOR and stamp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

 

 

 

5

 

 

APPENDIX 5

APPLICATION FOR ACCREDITATION OF THE AVIATION SECURITY TRAINING INSTITUTION
(Enclosed to the Circular No. 29/2014/TT-BGTVT dated July 29, 2014 by Minister of Transport)

 [NAME OF THE APPLICANT] ……..
-------

SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness

 

......... [place], … … … [date]

 

APPLICATION FOR ACCREDITATION OF THE AVIATION SECURITY TRAINING INSTITUTION

 

To: Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam

The applicant:

Abbreviated name (if applicable):

Main address:

We request the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam to accredit … for organizing aviation security training courses in … (enclose the courses’ details and the list of trainers).

 

 

HEAD OF THE APPLICANT
(sign and seal)

 

APPENDIX 6

APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF AVIATION SECURITY INSTRUCTORS AND TRAINERS
(Enclosed to the Circular No. 29/2014/TT-BGTVT dated July 29. 2014 by Minister of Transport)

 [NAME OF THE APPLICANT] ……..
-------

SOCIALIST REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM
Independence - Freedom - Happiness

 

……. [place], … … … [date]

 

APPLICATION FOR APPROVAL OF THE LIST OF AVIATION SECURITY INSTRUCTORS / AVIATION SECURITY TRAINERS

 

To: Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam

The applicant:

Abbreviated name (if applicable):

Main address:

We request the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam to approve the list of aviation security instructors / aviation security trainers of … (enclose the list and personal records).

 

 

HEAD OF THE APPLICANT
(sign and seal)





 

 

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