Philip Baum is an ardent proponent of, and specialist in, behavioural analysis and profiling techniques, whilst also taking the lead on the creation of inflight security and hijack management programmes. He serves as an instructor on Green Light’s T.R.A.P. (behavioural analysis), inflight security and unruly passenger management courses.
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Consultants and Trainers
Based: Bali, Indonesia & UK
One of our in-house instructors and training for Green Light for more than 14 years, Terry specialises in delivering Green Light’s T.R.A.P. behavioural analysis programmes, as well as Inflight Security and Unruly Passenger Management and Restraint courses.
Terry has been working as an in-flight security instructor for the past 14 years, now conducting IATA’s Inflight Security courses on behalf of Green Light. Terry has conducted a variety of courses for numerous airlines around the globe, from end-user programmes through to train-the-trainer courses. He also trains corporate security and self-defence courses for multinational organisations. He is a key member of Green Light’s T.R.A.P. team.
Based: Brussels, Belgium
A legal specialist who is a key member of Green Light’s T.R.A.P. team. Specialises in the area of legislation, quality control and behavioural analysis.
Diana M. Stancu has a legal background but has worked in the aviation industry holding positions ranging from legal advisor to head of unit. She provides consultancy and training services relating to international and European aviation legislation, aviation safety, the EU satellite navigation systems as well as on security. She is a member of Green Light’s Tactical Risk Assessment of People (T.R.A.P.) training team delivering behavioural analysis courses. Diana holds a Masters in Air and Space Law (Leiden, the Netherlands) and has completed the ICAO AVSEC Professional Management programme. She is an ICAO AVSEC National Auditor/Inspector, ICAO AVSEC Instructor, and holds IOSA auditor certification.
Based: UK (Isle of Man)
Paul is a trainer/consultant who works in tandem with Green Light delivering training to frontline staff, and their supervisors, on X-ray image interpretation, explosives and weapons recognition, bag and body search techniques, cargo and inflight supplies security controls.
With 28 years’ experience in the field, Paul has played a role in some of the industry’s significant developments. His specialties are in Weapons & Explosives Recognition, X-ray Operations and Screener Performance Standard Enhancement. Since 2000, Paul has been specifically engaged in aviation security training development and delivery projects, representing Green Light on many of its overseas projects. He has developed web-based training for the EC mandated General Security Awareness Training.
Margaret S. Nolan
Margaret is a trainer/consultant who works in tandem with Green Light delivering training to frontline staff, and their supervisors, on X-ray image interpretation, explosives and weapons recognition, bag and body search techniques, cargo and inflight supplies security controls.
Margaret is a Security Training Manager with over 25 years’ experience in the aviation industry. She possesses a comprehensive knowledge of operational, technical and training issues. Margaret worked at Heathrow Airport for 11 years in Senior Security Positions and is experienced in a range of training delivery and support methods, including tutor lead workshops, case studies, on job development, group and one to one coaching and mentoring. Her specialism is screener training.
Malcolm is a trainer/consultant who works in tandem with Green Light delivering training to frontline staff, and their supervisors, on X-ray image interpretation, explosives and weapons recognition, bag and body search techniques, cargo and inflight supplies security controls.
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Based: Cardiff, Wales
Alexandra has been working with Green Light since October 2015 and is currently studying for a Master’s degree in Forensic Linguistics at Cardiff University. She graduated with a first class degree in English and Creative Writing (University of London) and also has a Master’s degree in Curation (University of the West of England).
Her responsibilities include: Editorial (writing and proofing articles for Aviation Security International, including compiling the Air Watch section of newsworthy incidents. She also proofread Violence in the Skies); and Course Facilitation (assisting on inflight security courses when unruly passenger communication and restraint topics are included).
Prior to working for Green Light, Alexandra worked for Radiology Reporting Online, where she worked in a quality assurance management role in X-ray and CT reporting.
Aaron Le Boutillier
Based: Bangkok, Thailand
Green Light’s Subject Matter Expert (SME) on Disruptive Passenger Management & Restraint.
Aaron Le Boutillier is regarded as one of the world's leading exponents of disruptive passenger training, tactical communication skills and the restraining of violent persons. With over 20 airlines and 15,000 cabin crew benefiting from his training, Aaron carries with him both the physical skills and an appreciation of the issues faced by airline management in their response to acts of violence.
Based: Hong Kong
Freelance trainer/consultant specialising in corporate and aviation training, who works in tandem with Green Light on Crew Resource Management (CRM) programmes. Green Light’s SME on Facilitation Skills and Instructional Techniques.
In an aviation career spanning 20 years, Katharine’s journey has taken her from flight attendant for Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific, to 8 years with Cathay Pacific’s flight operations department, where she helped to develop and roll out the company’s first cabin and cockpit crew combined CRM programmes. Katharine holds qualifications in Adult Education & Training from Hong Kong University as well as multiple IATA certifications in aviation safety and security.
Freelance trainer/consultant in the area of aviation risk management, who works in tandem with Green Light on airport/airline security management projects. A T.R.A.P. trainer.
Stephen previously held the role of Head of Aviation Security for UK airline British Midland International (known as bmi). His early career was in the British Royal Marines Commandos, before moving into the security industry in 2003. He holds a Master’s degree in Security Management (Loughborough) and a Certificate in Terrorism Studies (St Andrews). He is a registered Charted Security Professional.
A former Chief Inspector with the Police, Jeremy is now training behavioural analysis as a freelance instructor within Green Light’s T.R.A.P. team.
Jeremy has over 30 years’ experience in the police service and has worked for the past seven years in a managerial capacity on an offender behaviour programme in prisons, including high security establishments. Over the past four years he has lead a team of security guards to protect broadcasting sites for national and international organisations at the British Open Championships.
Runs profiling workshops for Green Light where academic input is required and a greater understanding of the context in which terrorism flourishes is demanded.
Dr. Yehoshua gained her Ph.D. from King’s College London in 2013, having previously obtained an MA in Applied Criminology from Bar Ilan University. Her work has focussed on Profiling and the Psychology of Terrorism. Her research has involved years of interviewing leaders of major terrorist organisations.