Aviall's SuperSeminars are known for delivering first-class training in a fun atmosphere. Sessions for 2007 will be held in Reno, Nevada and San Jose, California. Aviall also offers an FAA-authorized, 40-hour Ni-Cad battery maintenance school. For more information visit www.aviall.com or call (800) AVIALL-1.
AVIATION MAINTENANCE SCIENCE DEGREE
The aviation maintenance science degree from Embry- Riddle offers courses in Airframe and Powerplant certification and avionics line maintenance certification. Embry-Riddle offers hands-on training from expert instructors and is approved for veterans training. Classes begin in fall, spring, and summer. Financial aid and campus housing are available for qualifying students. For more information, visit www.erau.edu/ams or call (877) 904-3746.
AVIONICS MAINTENANCE TRAINING
Worldwide Helicopter Solutions offers costeffective onsite operation and maintenance training for Sperry/Honeywell SHZ, SPZ AFCS/DDAFCS,EDZ EFIS and Primus WX systems training.
- 22 courses FAA qualified for IA renewal and AMT Awards
- Specializing in Sperry/Honeywell AFCS, EFIS, and weather radar
- Taught by instructor with more than 20 years of manufacturer experience
- Improve troubleshooting knowledge and skills
- Reduce erroneous problem reports, downtime, and maintenance costs
- On-site class provides better training at far less cost
For more information visit www.worldwidehelicoptersolutions.com.
The role composites are playing is growing exponentially because they provide a solution. Let Abaris provide your solution for training in the manufacturing and repair of composites. There are 16 courses to choose from with courses available in manufacturing, repair, and engineering. Training is hands-on as well as theoretical. For more information visit www.abaris.com or call (775) 827-6568.
WORKSHOPS Grey Owl Aviation Consultants offers initial and recurrent human factors workshops for aircraft technicians and management. Also provides training on safety management systems and Canadian aviation regulations for maintenance organizations and manufacturers. For more information visit www.greyowl.com or call (204) 848-7353.
ONSITE MAINTENANCE TRAINING
Global Jet Services provides "on-site" technical maintenance and maintenance management training. It also offers Challenger and Hawker maintenance training. It provides troubleshooting, practical knowledge and safety for maintaining aircraft, and interactive student activities. For more information visit www.globaljetservices.com or call call (860) 651-6090.
ACT, Advanced Composites Training, is internationally recognized. Its training courses include the right mix of theory and provide reality- based hands-on training. ACT offers accredited courses, knowledgeable instructors, intensive theory, and practical sessions. For more information visit www.raacomposites.com or call (519) 473-2663.
IPL is a full-service consulting, auditing, training, and project management firm that can support any urgent quality, productivity, regulatory, or product need. Features include global capability and capacity, cost effective, turnkey support, FAA experienced; DERs and DARs to meet any needs, and Level III Nadcap/NDT Support. For more information visit www.TheIPLGroup.com or call (239) 283-2839.
Blue Tuna provides online training specifically for aviation-based companies. This training includes CFR, safety, OSHA, and product training. Training covers repair stations, IA renewal, regulatory documentation for repair stations, and quality management systems AS9100 and AS9110. For more information visit www.bluetunadocs.com.
Stratford School for Aviation Maintenance Technicians is an Airframe and Powerplant technician training school. It is an FAA certified Part 147 school with a two-year training program (2,400 hours). For more information visit www.cttech.org/ssamt or call (203) 381-9250.
Air Training's staff of experienced instructors, in concert with airline managers, supervisors, and inspectors, has developed a 40-hour course in inspection procedures designed to challenge new and experienced inspectors. The curriculum includes corrosion identification and treatment, NDT applications, visual techniques, required inspection items, aircraft structural design loading, fatigue failure, inspection scope and detail, continuous airworthiness maintenance programs, and the use of specialized measurement tools to ascertain airworthiness. For more information visit www.airtrainingexperts.com or call (520) 889-1885.
Aircraft Maintenance isn't theoretical, it's real. Let Southwest Airlines Technical Training provide you current, real-world experience in aircraft systems, avionics, safety, and human factors. Dedicated 737 Classic and NG maintenance training, hands-on classroom training aides, occupational and health safety awareness, and experienced instructors with current technical knowledge. For more information call (214) 792-2688.