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E-Training at Budapest Airport

The Security Awareness Training (SAT) of Budapest Airport, the operator of Ferenc Liszt International Airport, has been modified: e-training is organized as of 1 September 2011 in a training room featuring special equipment installed for this purpose.

The new system of training arranged to meet the expectations of the 21st century is enabled for both the interactive basic training and the annual refresher training. Training is smoother with computer-supported learning, and this way it is also faster to complete the related tasks of administration.

Budapest Airport thus launched a new service which is available for all our partners operating on-airport. The training system also includes an electronic booking system (BUD training booking system). To use it, preliminary registration is required. You may register by filling in and forwarding the requisition form to BUD HR training and development (via e-mail, fax, or mail). The requisition form can be downloaded from registration form.

The Security Awareness Training and the subsequent examination are provided at the same place: in the BUD e-learning room operated by Budapest Airport near the previous training location, in the ‘ROK’ building. During the training, images, videos, animations, and test questions will be used interactively, as part of the training materials.

The service fee per occasion and per employee is HUF 5 000 + VAT which covers the full electronic security awareness training as well as the subsequent examination and the use of the electronic booking system.

For further detailed information, see the General terms and conditions posted on the website of Budapest Airport (www.bud.hu).


Budapest Airport
HR, training and development

+36 1 296 6110,
+36 1 296 5110
(on weekdays between 9:00 and 15:00)
Fax: +36 1 296 6422

Related documents

 Airport Training Center (363.72 KB byte)
 General terms and conditions (486.86 KB byte)
 Information on SAT (61.50 KB byte)
 Registration form (66.50 KB byte)