Publisher's Sign-off: AMTonline Presents a New Media Type

Shortly after reading this column AMTonline.com will be introducing you to a new form of AMT media, webcasts. Our webcasts will feature key industry speakers on many topics important to all those who work in the aircraft maintenance industry, whether an aircraft technician, maintenance manager, or other equally important roles. The webcasts will include some great features like polling and question and answer sessions to allow full participation between the speakers and audience.

Our Editor, Ronald Donner will be hosting the new webcast events throughout the year and if there are any topics you’d like to see us cover please drop a note to editor@amtonline.com.

If you’d like to participate in our FREE webcasts simply sign up on AMTonline.com and we’ll be sure to send you a reminder before the live event. Can’t attend on the date/time of the webcast? No worries! The webcasts will be archived on AMTonline for an entire year for your viewing pleasure 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Stay tuned for the first webinar event in March 2011. You’ll get more information on the dates and times for the events via our weekly AMT eNewsletter on Thursdays.

Let AMTSociety help you stay actively engaged
AMTSociety’s road show tour of training events is coming to a city near you! Don’t miss the next stops in Kansas City, MO on February 16th; Cygnus Aviation Expo held in Las Vegas, NV, on February 23-24; Aurora, CO, on March 16th; and lastly Orlando, FL, on April 9th. Don’t forget each seminar meets the requirements contained in FAR 65.93(A)(4) for Inspection Authorization (IA) renewal training and is acceptable toward 8 hours of training for IA renewal and the FAA AMT Awards Program.

Until next time we’ll see you online: forums.AMTonline.com

Thanks for reading!
Jon Jezo

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