Effective Jan. 1, 2009, FlightSafety will present every new Master Technician with a complimentary one-year membership in AMTSociety. In cases where a technician receives multiple Master Technician awards on more than one aircraft model, FlightSafety will provide a one-year membership for each award. This could result in a technician receiving more than one one-year membership through this program. “AMTSociety provides technicians with a voice in the maintenance industry and offers benefits that are not available through other organizations. On behalf of everyone at FlightSafety, we’re very proud and honored to support your efforts in growing the membership in AMTSociety,” says Doug Bowen, FlightSafety International director worldwide sales and maintenance training services.
Global Jet Services
Global Jet Services Inc., located in Weatogue, CT, offers technical maintenance and maintenance management training classes. The focus is on improving practical knowledge and safety for maintenance operations.
Aircraft training includes Bombardier Challenger, Learjet, and Global Express; CASA; Cessna; Dassault Falcon; Eclipse; Embraer; Gulfstream; and Hawker Beechcraft aircraft. Other classes include avionics, safety programs including human factors, safety management systems, OSHA/EPA, Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR), and maintenance resource management. Classes can be scheduled according to your needs and schedule, on-site or online. Instructors have years of experience in the industry.
Global Jet Services developed AIMM for Aviation Business Success as an NBAA PDP approved five-day course for A&Ps that need management training. FlightSafety International has developed programs to utilize Global Jet’s courses for its Master Mechanic and Event Base Agreement (EBA) training programs. For more information visit www.globaljetservices.com.