PAMA's MX Finds New Home in AMT
The Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) is pleased to announce that Mx, our flagship publication, will now be published inside Aircraft Maintenance Technology magazine. The new format officially debuts in February. The change is part of an overall plan to make the best use of available resources and to expand awareness of PAMA.
Distribution inside such a valuable industry publication will help bring our message of individual professionalism and direct involvement in the regulatory rulemaking process to the entire aviation industry. Aviation maintenance professionals share many common bonds, but foremost is the preservation of the integrity of the technician and the reliability of his or her work. This bond is at the heart of PAMA’s mission, and it is the reason many join PAMA.
PAMA’s progress toward improving our profession’s legal, financial and regulatory environment is enhanced through strategic industry partnerships. By working together, we can ensure the value of certification, validate the importance of continuous education and help make our field attractive to potential AMTs.
A strong PAMA amplifies the voice of technicians. We must continue to increase our membership to remain effective. Budgets are tight everywhere and there is much pressure to minimize training, hire non-certificated individuals and send maintenance work to third-party facilities where certification may be less-valued. These practices are flawed.
It is the well-educated maintenance technicians who place safety above all else that ensure the integrity of aircraft and the lives of the flying public. PAMA continues to promote well-trained technicians in Washington, and to provide and support training throughout the aviation maintenance environment. Now more than ever, PAMA Headquarters is concentrating on supporting our Chapters, which offer training and fellowship locally, and enhancing our national Annual Maintenance Symposium.
PAMA needs the membership support of all aviation maintenance professionals. Sharing our message with the more than 40,000 AMT subscribers is a step toward that support. But it will take your involvement to strengthen the voice of PAMA and the integrity of your profession.
Save the date – Grow your career at PAMA 2003 on May 13-15
In today’s aviation market, it is essential to continuously expand your education, learn about technology developments and communicate with your colleagues throughout the industry. There is no better opportunity for this professional growth than at the PAMA Annual Maintenance Symposium and AS3 Trade Show on May 13-15, 2003, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Celebrate 100 years of aviation maintenance, and keep your eye on the future.
Attendees at PAMA 2003 will enjoy a newly expanded trade show floor to include the latest maintenance technology and the GSE International Expo, as well as receptions and celebrations. The PAMA Aviation Maintenance Olympics is also expanding, with continued opportunities for team and individual competition.
Technical Sessions, from which there will be more than 75 hours of classes to choose, will be geared toward specific learning tracks:
• Technical Training and Development
• Maintenance Safety and Security
• Maintenance Management
Among the special featured offerings are a presentation from the FAA’s Bill O’Brien and a comprehensive Maintenance Safety Roundtable featuring the Honorable John Goglia, member of the National Transportation Safety Board.
Individual attendees will be able to tailor three days of learning to meet their specific needs. Whether the attendee is interested in a specific track or a combination of the three, he or she will be able to easily select from the specific courses.
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