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Training video:
Quality controls Aviation Security

*for participants of an AVSEC course offered by 2assistU AG.
Other interested parties: Price on request.

Quality controls play a crucial role in promoting a culture of safety and contribute to ensuring the safety of passengers, crew, ground staff and the public in civil aviation. They serve as a safeguard mechanism against unauthorised interference. The Aviation Security quality controls training video provides the essential elements around this key topic to promote the understanding and implementation of effective quality controls.


Through civil aviation quality controls, you will learn to ensure the safety and quality of aviation operations by monitoring compliance with standards and regulations, identifying potential risks and taking action to continuously improve the safety culture.


Security managers and AVSEC instructors who train logistics staff.

  • Continuous improvement of the safety culture
  • Standards and regulations
  • Quality control methods
Terms and conditions for training video downloads


Use of this training video is subject to enhanced security regulations (category “Confidential”).
To download the video you need a 2assistU customer account. By clicking on the “Download” link, you will therefore be directed to 2assistU’s customer platform Portal, where you will have to enter your personal data. If you already have a customer login, use it to log on to the Portal.
Are you interested in the training video and haven’t attended an AVSEC course? Please note that the download is not free of charge and subject to a fee. In addtion, you will have to prove your identity by passport/ID and a criminal record excerpt (not older than 30 days) before you can download the training video.

The training videos of AVSEC Training Institute Switzerland are protected by copyright and may only be used for internal training purposes. Copying or passing on to third parties is prohibited.

All company names and people mentioned in the video are fictitious. There is no intended connection to companies and people in the real world.