Airside Driver Training

Heathrow

Maximum Capacity per course – 5 delegates
Training duration – up to 5 hours

£150 Per Person

Airside Driver medical needs to be in place and not older than 3 months at the date of the chosen course – Book your medical assessment here

Heathrow Airport will only approve people to take part in a course on production of a colour scan of the Airport ID (Blue Pass) – Upload yours here or send scans to scans@rgftraining.co.uk

Be aware that the Heathrow Ramp Team may take a number of days to respond.  We will contact you once approval has been given to confirm the course can be attended and arrange suitable dates.

What’s involved?
The course take three parts:
Theory Input – Classroom
Drive Round – All parts of the airport are visited and up to date information given
Written Test – Multiple Choice – 96% required pass mark

All attendees must bring with them on the day:

Airside ID Pass – Ensure it is UNPARKED!
Copy of their Driving Licence – UK and European Licences are acceptable
Copy of the current driver medical – less than 3 months old on the day of training
A current Airside Driving Permit, if this is applicable
Hi Vis jacket
Please be aware that you will not be allowed to take part on the day if these items are not presented to our instructor on arrival.

Hosting and venues

Where a client has sufficient numbers of staff to train, we can bring our instructor to your offices near each airport to carry out the training.
Clients may wish to host a course at their venue.  If this is the case, you will be given address details for staff to attend.  Where this is the case, RGF would require other clients to be able to attend unless the client books all 5 seats.

Otherwise, our preferred venue is the Holiday Inn, Bath Road, UB3 5AJ.
Free parking and refreshments are provided.  Please register vehicles on arrival to ensure parking is at no charge.

Stansted

Maximum Capacity per course – 6 delegates
Training duration – up to 4 hours

£80 Per Person

A current Airside Driver medical needs to be in place prior to the course or shortly afterwards.  RGF Training reserve the right to withdraw an Airside Driving Permit should this not be received within one week of the Airside Driving Course being completed.  The airport ID Centre will be informed and will immediately cancel the permit.

Airside Driver Training can be carried out whilst on a temporary pass, however, the permit can not be issued until a Full ID Pass is held by the delegate.

Temporary passes must be in the possession of the delegates prior to the start of the course.  Delegates without a pass will not be allowed to take part and the course fee can not be returned.

What’s involved?

The course take three parts:
Theory Input – Classroom
Drive Round – All parts of the airport are visited and up to date information given
Written Test – Multiple Choice

Required on the day from delegates

Airside ID Pass (Temporary or Full)
Hi-Vis Jacket

Contact us to book your Airside Driver Training

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