Michigan Institute of Aviation and Technology to Use FlightSafety's Principles of Troubleshooting

MIAT is adding FlightSafety's Principles of Troubleshooting to its curriculum in order to help their students develop a more complete understanding of the latest technology used in today's advanced aircraft


LA GUARDIA AIRPORT, NEW YORK (April 04, 2007) – FlightSafety International announced today that the Michigan Institute of Aviation and Technology (MIAT) will incorporate FlightSafety's Principles of Troubleshooting course into its curriculum.

MIAT is adding FlightSafety's Principles of Troubleshooting to its curriculum in order to help their students develop a more complete understanding of the latest technology used in today's advanced aircraft as they prepare for a career as a professional aircraft technician.

FlightSafety's Principles of Troubleshooting course will help MIAT students to have an in depth understanding of the general principles, tasks and the logic process required to troubleshoot aircraft systems and equipment effectively.

The course uses an advanced software simulation program that exposes the technicians to a wide variety of scenarios as they practice and perfect their troubleshooting techniques. Many major and regional airlines have incorporated this efficient and effective method of training into their maintenance training programs.

The enhanced training program will help MIAT students to acquire the skills necessary to service and maintain aircraft safely and efficiently upon completion of the training. MIAT expects that graduates who have followed the enhanced program will also be more attractive to prospective employers.

MIAT is an approved, nationally accredited and recognized provider of training for entry level Aviation Maintenance Technicians. The MIAT campus is located in Southeast Michigan at Willow Run Airport, Belleville, Michigan.

FlightSafety International is the world's premier aviation training organization. Over 75,000 pilots, technicians and other aviation professionals train at FlightSafety facilities each year. The company designs and manufactures full flight simulators for civil and military aircraft programs and operates the world's largest fleet of advanced full flight simulators at 40 training locations.

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