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Code : 2019/AA/ASAP/02925 NSQF Level : Level 6 Notional Hours : 450 Hours Sector : Transportation, Logistics & Warehousing

Air Cargo Management Executive is someone
who coordinates and facilitates, expedite and route
movement of incoming and outgoing cargo and
freight shipments in airlines/Cargo agencies. They
typically work in warehouses, stockrooms, or
shipping and receiving stations. They facilitate
shipments of goods and take orders from
customers and arrange pickup of freight and cargo
for delivery to loading platform. They also ensure
that paperwork is completed, and fee is collected.
Air Cargo Management Executive can opt to work
with Airlines, Cargo Agency or become an
Entrepreneur by starting IATA recognised Cargo
agency firms. Also based on their skills they can
join with Sales or with Operations Team in Cargo
or in Airlines.
Air Cargo Management Executive (Operations)
keep track of the number luggage and has to
ensure that all cargo or luggage is properly and
securely strapped into the compartments. If a flight
is overbooked, the Air Cargo Management
Executive Operations must make decisions to
remedy the situation in a way that will not
negatively impact the schedule. He/she should
works very closely with ramp personnel and the
airport station manager for reporting and
dissemination of information regarding airport
activities and facility conditions, safety and
hazards, and information services to the public.
Should be able to deal with different types of cargo
like DGR, Live animals and Valuables like
currencies. Hence he/she should have a thorough
knowledge about handling instructions, tracking of
cargo and collection of proof of delivery.
Air Cargo Management Executive (Sales) shall
work with appointed Airlines/Cargo Agencies to
introduce the cargo product in the market as a
General Sales Agent and maintain sales and high
standard of service to customers, control of cargo
operations, recommend, implement and effectively
control pricing, manage employees in compliance
with the company’s regulations, policies and
procedures. He should be able to negotiate
agreements and resolves potential issues or
problems with clients and expands existing or
current customer base by recognizing and involving top cargo agents within
the area. Other major tasks include required
budget assistance, payment processing and staff
scheduling

Code : 2022/AA/AASSC/05809 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 510 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Aircraft AvionicsTechnician is responsible for carrying out rigging/ calibration, functional checks of aircraft/ helicopter systems and testing and certification of rotable/ LRUs. Assist other groups in completing final assembly of aircraft/ helicopter, ground run and flight testing.

Code : 2021/HYC/IN/04086 NSQF Level : Level 6 Notional Hours : 236 Hours Sector : Hydrocarbon

The role of an Air diving Supervisor is to perform Supervision for commercial air diving activities and underwater operations in inshore and offshore waters. The spectrum of supervision of commercial air diving includes industrial tasks performed from just below the water to 55m depth

Code : 2018/AA/AASSC/02417 NSQF Level : Level 4 Notional Hours : 240 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

AGL technician is responsible installation
of jigs, primary and secondary cables,
airfield ground lighting, AGL fixtures,
shallow/ deep bases, CCR’s distribution
panels, substation electrical wiring, ALCMS
panel and controls.

Code : 2019/TEXT/MOT/3197 NSQF Level : Level 2 Notional Hours : 300 Hours Sector : Textile & Handloom

A Airjet Loom Weaver - gets work allotted by his supervisor and is responsible for Operating the Airjet Loom Weaving machine efficiently so as to get maximum output with minimum defect and carrying out all activities on the Airjet Weaving machine, giving due importance to safety and environmental aspects.

Code : 2017/AA/AASSC/01932 NSQF Level : Level 3 Notional Hours : 240 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Airline Baggage Handler prepares baggage, cargo and mail to be transported to an aircraft and receives loads from an aircraft, interprets baggage tags and labelling information and use appropriate equipment.

Code : 2022/AA/AASSC/05341 Notional Hours : 300 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Airline Baggage Handler prepares baggage, cargo and mail to be transported to an aircraft and receives loads from an aircraft, interprets baggage tags and labelling information and use appropriate equipment.

Code : 2022/AA/AASSC/05342 Notional Hours : 600 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

The role of an airline cabin crew member is to provide service to passengers while ensuring their comfort and safety throughout the flight.
A cabin crew work requires working for long hours inside an aircraft, thus requiring individuals with an ability to deliver exceptional customer service with positive attitude and empathy for passengers. He/she must have strong cultural awareness and ability to adapt to new environment and people. He/she must be flexible and motivated to manage a demanding work schedule. He/she should conform to the regulatory requirements on health and physical standards.

Code : 2018/AA/AASSC/02422 Notional Hours : 480 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation
Code : 2017/AA/AASSC/01931 Notional Hours : 240 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Ensures smooth handling of cargo throughout Cargo / Ramp Operations by performing multi-skilled role while utilising the resources provided effectively. Tasks required to perform Air cargo handling include, but are not limited to, documentation, customer service, acceptance, delivery, breakdown, build up, equipment operation and transport.

Code : 2022/AA/AASSC/05344 Notional Hours : 286 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Ensures smooth handling of cargo throughout Cargo / Ramp Operations by performing multi-skilled role while utilising the resources provided effectively. Tasks required to perform Air cargo handling include, but are not limited to, documentation, customer service, acceptance, delivery, breakdown, build up, equipment operation and transport.

Code : 2022/AA/AASSC/05339 Notional Hours : 390 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Airline Customer Service Executive is responsible for the administrative and customer service functions. Customer service executives are responsible for meeting the needs and safety requirements of passengers and airport personnel. They assist customers before and after a flight. Customer service executives also provide support to other airport personnel, including pilots and engineers.

Code : 2017/AA/AASSC/01933 Notional Hours : 240 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Airline Customer Service Executive, is responsible for the administrative and customer service functions. Customer service executives are responsible for meeting the needs and safety requirements of passengers and airport personnel. They assist customers before and after a flight. Customer service executives also provide support to other airport personnel, including pilots and engineers.

Code : 2022/AA/AASSC/05347 Notional Hours : 390 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Nature of the qualification-a Qualification Pack (QP)The main purpose of the qualification-to enable the candidate to serve the various Airline for undertakes load distribution and calculation to ensure intended flight operates with the safety envelope as prescribed in the organization's operations manual.

Code : 2017/AA/AASSC/01936 Notional Hours : 288 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

The Load controller undertakes load distribution and calculation to ensure intended flight operates with the safety envelope as prescribed in the organizations operations manual.

Code : 2018/AA/AASSC/02428 Notional Hours : 240 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

performs loading and unloading of cargo in
the cargo warehouse of the airline

Code : 2022/AA/AASSC/05346 Notional Hours : 390 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Airline Ground Support Equipment Operator is responsible Preparing vehicle for airside use, maneuver the vehicle airside, maintain procedures and practices which contribute to the safety of airside traffic and apron operations

Code : 2022/AA/AASSC/05348 Notional Hours : 390 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Airline Ground Support Equipment mechanic to serve the various Airline responsible for maintaining the mechanical systems of equipment and machinery. They use laid down procedures, and knowledge of the equipment to conduct routine maintenance and organize repairs. They are also involved in control and monitoring devices and occasionally in the manufacture of items that will help in maintenance.

Code : 2018/AA/AASSC/02430 Notional Hours : 384 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Airline Ground Support Equipment
mechanic to serve the various Airline
responsible for maintaining the mechanical
systems of equipment and machinery. They
use laid down procedures, and knowledge
of the equipment to conduct routine
maintenance and organize repairs. They are
also involved in control and monitoring
devices and occasionally in the manufacture
of items that will help in maintenance

Code : 2017/AA/AASSC/01930 Notional Hours : 288 Hours Sector : Aerospace & Aviation

Preparing vehicle for airside use, maneuver the vehicle airside, maintain procedures and practices which contribute to the safety of airside traffic and apron operations. Servicing of aircraft for arrival/departure in the given time frame along with the required responsibilities.

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