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    TSA Security Training - Which Employees Are Required to Participate?

    Posted by Brandon Bernard on Mon, Oct 06, 2014



    Revised December 14, 2021
     
    Many questions surround TSA Security Training. Who is required to complete it? What are your program's training requirements? How can you keep on top of all the changes, record keeping and management of training for your program(s)?
     
    Over the next few months, in this blog, we will talk about ways to make this a bit easier and more manageable. We’ll start by helping you with who exactly needs training and who else should take security training courses. 
     
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    Private Charter Standard Security Program: What You Need to Know

    Posted by Brenda Stoltz on Thu, Feb 20, 2014



    Updated November 9, 2021

     

    Why is information on air traffic compliance and regulations so difficult to understand? If you run a private charter, you may know you need to adhere to the Private Charter Standard Security Program, though you may not know what that entails. Here, we break it down for you in easy to understand language so you can ensure that you’re compliant and take measures to get your staff properly trained and vetted.

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    I got a gold star from the TSA inspector who inspected our flight school last year, but that's because my company paid me ground time to research AFSP and make a new AFSP student checklist. Even so, I had one (of 3) AFSP applicants rejected initially due to some of the errors you talk about in the blog. I just wanted to shoot you an email and say thanks for making the effort to clarify the process for all of us. I get the impression that there are a lot of the CFIs out there in the small flight schools who haven't got a clue about the AFSP process. So go ahead and feel good about yourself for helping all us lost boys stay in business and out of the trouble.

    Patrick

    - The CFI