BETHESDA, MD, - JDA Aviation Technology Solutions (JDA) today announced the dates for its one-of-a-kind regulatory affairs training course. The two-day training course will be held February 12 and 13, 2013 at JDA in Bethesda, Maryland, and will focus on expanding the FAA regulatory affairs knowledge for air carrier, manufacturer and repair station personnel.
The course will be led by former career FAA managers, principal inspectors and legal counsel who will provide recommended practices through real-life examples from their experience with the FAA and as private industry consultants. This highly interactive training will ensure that attendees are knowledgeable of:
- The FAA Flight Standards organization as well as Flight Standards District Office (FSDO)/Certificate Management Office (CMO) inspector duties, responsibilities, authority, limitations and acceptable conduct.
- FAA guidance including FAA regulations, handbooks, policies, procedures, websites, and other materials.
- FAA compliance, investigative and enforcement process, and how to review and respond to an FAA Letter of Investigation (LOI).
- The importance and methods to document communications with FAA personnel.
"There is no other course that provides the depth and detail of FAA oversight and surveillance authority, processes and inspector responsibilities as well as the resources available to assist operators improve their working relationship with their FAA counterparts said Joe Del Balzo, President and CEO of JDA."
JDA has conducted the course since 2009 to rave reviews. One participant described it as “one of the best training courses I ever attended. I learned more in two days about the FAA and the oversight process than I have during all my years on the job. The course is jam-packed with valuable information.”
For detailed course and registration information, go to http://www.jdasolutions.aero/services/regulatory-affairs.php or contact Nina Acosta at 301-941-1460 ext.110 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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