Tuesday, May 17, 2016


Airport Ramp Services approved by IATA is designed in compliance with requirements outlined in the IATA Airport Handling Manual (AMH), as well as the IATA Safety Audit for Ground Operations (ISAGO) Aircraft Handling and Loading Functional Training Specifications. This course will familiarize learners and provide foundation know-how, with all tasks and skills required to serve a parked aircraft prior to its departure and after its arrival. The duties include handling passengers, their baggage, and cargo on board. Their work involve interaction with the pilot of the aircraft to guide him to park, referred to as "marshalling" and prior to that, they help push back aircraft from the parking position. This course will be a jumpstart for those who intend to work at the ramp . 

Ramp handling services ensure the efficient turnaround of aircraft so that flights stay on schedule. This course offers an introduction to ramp services as well as the ground handling standards and safety requirements you need to know to work safely on the ramp in an airport management job function. 

Whether you are new to the industry or a recent recruit, this course provides a solid foundation for further professional development in the field of ground operations. A job oriented diploma course like IATA Airport Ramp Services is recommended for anyone interested in pursuing a career with an airline or ground service provider as well as recently recruited airline, airport and ground handling staff.


The IATA Tourism Next Generation course will give you an insight and an opportunity to understand the essential components of the broad tourism industry, its trends, its various products and how to market it. It is essential for every tour company to foster, the next generation by developing the strengths and qualities required, to benefit and support industry growth in the rapidly changing world. 

This course was developed IATA in association with the Tourism Department of the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, as they felt, that the need of the hour is to have trained tourism professionals, to meet the challenges and take this industry forward to next generation. This course contains topics such as tourism supply and demand, its trends, sustainability and corporate responsibility, quality management and World Health Tourism. This is a relatively new Programme specially designed for young graduates intending to pursue a career in the fast growing Tourism Industry. 

At Guiders Education, we teach all those who aspire to build a career in travel and tourism industry about the current trends as well as the future scope of the tourism sector.

‪IATA‬ Passenger Ground Service

Guiders Education International combo II batch's representatives share their joy in 100% success in ‪#‎IATA‬ Passenger Ground Service result.


Monday, May 2, 2016

Guiders Education students at IPD OUM Kulalampur Malaysia

25 students from Guiders Academy, India visited the OUM campus recently. Guiders Academy in Kerala, India is one of IPD OUM’s training partner in providing professional programmes mainly in two different industries – shipping and logistics & aviation. Students undertake courses at Guiders while doing their bachelor or master courses. The courses are designed to transform the into employable professionals by the time they graduation.
Co-founder and Director of Academics, Ms Riya Ann Cherian says part of their curriculum is to visit another country to get a slice of what’s happening outside their world.

“The Indian education system is totally different from the Malaysian education. So on these educational visits, they see what’s happening around, they talk to people and they also get a session on Malaysian toursim. It’s a totally new experience for them.”
Ms Cherian, a commerce graduate, was compelled to start an educational institute after being in the tourism industry for many years. She felt the need to fill the gaps between graduates with their qualifications and their lack of industrial knowledge.

Nainan John, Director of Operations at Guiders who is also a practicing lawyer says the courses at Guiders are very job-oriented.
“It equippes them for a particular industry. In our case, we focus on 2 – shipping and logistics and aviation.”

“Kerala is one of the major tourist destination in India and there is a boom of aviation there. Upon completion of our fourth International Airport, we will be one of the 2 states in India with the most number of International Airports. India itself is on the 9th position on the global aviation market. Hence, there is a a hundred percent placement guarantee for our students.”

This is the 3rd batch from Guiders that have visited OUM – the first two visited last year. All of the students, aged 18 to 21, have completed the A-Level’s or have graduated from a university.

Both Mr John and Ms Cheriyan says their main objective is to bring down the training period of an employee which is in line with IPD OUM’s mission – to provide customised contemporary skills and professional training programmes to corporate clients and individuals.
IPD provides certification for those who graduate from Guiders.

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