Whether you are new to the aviation maintenance workforce or are an experienced AME looking to broaden your career path, the seminar on "Evolving your Career as an AME" will provide insight and resources on how to plan for future success in the aviation maintenance industry. Join WinAir on September 12 at 2:00 PM, exhibitor hall open from September 12 to 13, at the Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AME) Association of Ontario’s 2019 Ontario AME Conference at The Hilton Meadowvale Resort in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada to benefit from the expertise, unique insight and invaluable tips offered by aviation maintenance professionals on evolving your career as an AME.
Implementing maintenance management software at repair facilities from around the globe has provided the WinAir team with the opportunity to get to know AMEs firsthand. This provided a unique insight into the multiple roads to success for AMEs. To assist AMEs with growing and expanding their careers in the aviation industry, WinAir will deliver a presentation at the 2019 Ontario AME Conference on how to evolve your career as an AME. This conference session is based on interviews with key industry professionals, which proves that while success includes varying pathways, it is united by several common traits.
Individuals featured in this presentation have welcomed the chance to offer advice and share their experiences on how they have achieved remarkable success as AMEs. Featured interviews include Gail Marek, Geisinger Medical Center Logistics Coordinator, Daryl Balmer, Thai Aviation Services Lead AME, Julian Chin, JD Aero Managing Director of Operations and Finance, Bruno Thuot, Government of Canada—Air Services Branch Director of Maintenance, and Sam Longo, Canadian Federation of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Associations (CFAMEA) President.
“We are delighted to return to the Ontario AME Conference to discuss career evolution as an AME based on the success of industry colleagues and professionals,” says WinAir Managing Director, Kyle Vergeer. “Lending support to our regional AME association is something that we feel strongly about here at WinAir. We look forward to facilitating this seminar and networking with our peers at the exhibition.”