Abaris Training Resources Increases Onsite Training Programs

RENO, NEVADA – July 16, 2007 – Abaris Training Resources, Inc., headquartered in Reno, NV, announces an increasing demand for its Abaris OnSite Advanced Composite Training Programs.

In addition to Abaris Training's 14 advanced composite training courses held at its facilities in Reno, NV; Griffin, GA; and Cwmbran, Wales UK, Abaris provides the same unsurpassed customer service by bringing its unique quality hands-on training to customers around the world. By bringing this service to client facilities, Abaris is able to schedule training courses that save both time and money for the end user.

Most recently, Abaris Training conducted OnSite programs for jetBlue Airways at JFK Airport in New York and Aloha Airlines in Honolulu, HI. The focuses of these courses was damage repair on aircraft. Advanced composite materials on aircraft are used for structures such as rudders, ailerons, fairings and elevators.

Michael J. Hoke, President of Abaris Training, said "Our goal remains the same as for those who attend our courses at one of our facilities; provide effective training that leaves students with a strong technical foundation, a thorough understanding of ‘how’ and 'why', and the practical skills necessary to effect quality repairs in house with a high degree of confidence and a shorter turn-around time."

Abaris Training instructors are headed to Mil-Com in Singapore in August. Mil-Com offers MRO services; repair & overhaul, manufacturing & repair development on aviation parts and aero-derivative gas turbines. The focus of this Abaris OnSite Program will be repair of bonded aluminum structures.

Abaris Training Resources, Inc. has been the leader in advanced composite training since 1983. Abaris currently offers 14 courses on engineering, manufacturing and repair of advanced composite materials. Over the years, Abaris has trained more than 13,000 students in such industries as aircraft, spacecraft, helicopters, mass transit, marine, civil engineering, infrastructure and sporting goods.