Aviation Training Academy (ATA) announces the launch of their new online training program directed at FBOs, corporate flight departments, municipalities, fueling agents, line service technicians, and mechanics.
These new regulations, under the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) which were adopted by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), mandate that employers must have their employees trained on the new GHS label elements and Safety Data Sheet format, which now includes thousands of flight department employees, by December 1, 2013. The course complies with and meets the requirements of the
“The course curriculum includes material on the new documents, formatting, labeling, signal words and pictograms of the GHS to effectively understand the system when these begin to arrive in their workplaces,” states Dave Ware with ATA. The cost of this online training is $89.95 and is available through ATA’s website http://aviationta.aero.
In addition to the other Hazardous Materials Awareness (HAZMAT) Training Online, courses offered by ATA directed toward airport operations include; Line Service Technician Certification; 14 CFR 139 Supervisor Certification; 14 CFR 139 Auditor’s Practical Checklist for Completing 14 CFR139 Inspection; FBO Preparation for the 14 CFR 139 Inspection, and Self Fueling Operations.
All courses meet the latest industry training standards for aviation support personnel involved in these roles, and Aviation Training Academy certification is provided at the successful completion of each course. “This training is both an affordable and convenient way to accomplish the mandated training given the limited window of time until year end,” stated DeborahAnn Cavalcante, partner in ATA.
About Aviation Training Academy (ATA)
“ATA provides the industry with comprehensive and standardized training and continued education of professional aviation ground support personnel. ATA is dedicated to being the premier provider of aviation training,” stated Walter P. Chartrand, long-time “World Class” industry trainer and partner at Aviation Training Academy (ATA).
ATA’s no membership fees philosophy provides standardization of training in a flexible format, eliminates training related travel expense, and can be accomplished on your schedule. You can contact Aviation Training Academy at http://aviationta.aero, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or by telephone at 757.348.5862.
ATA Launches New Online Training Program
Aviation Training Academy announces a new online training program directed at FBOs, corporate flight departments, municipalities, fueling agents and line service technicians
FAA has approved the following courses for IA renewal credits: Hazardous Materials Awareness Training Online, General Aviation Fire Safety Online, and Human Factors, It All Starts with Maintenance