Avotek Information Services offers a series of AMT texts. Developed by industry experts to meet the needs of today's AMT market they feature cutting-edge pictures and diagrams, human factors, and a quality control system for corrections and additions. Instructor CDs are available for each text. There is an emphasis on CFR 121 throughout the texts. For more information call (800) 828-6835 or visit www.avotekbooks.com.
Human Factors Workshops
Grey Owl Aviation Consultants facilitates human factors workshops for aviation technicians to provide an insight into how human factors affect judgment at critical times and what safety nets can be instituted to prevent individuals from contributing to an aviation incident. You will learn more about how people communicate, manage stress and fatigue, overcome complacency, cope with shift work, utilize resources, and improve performance and well-being. For more information visit www.greyowl.com or call (204) 848-7353.
The University of Tennessee's Center for Executive Education offers programs such as lean MRO, supply chain management, and the Aerospace MBA. The educational programs deliver immediate on-the-job impact/ROI and promote ongoing collaboration and networking with fellow participants and market-tested, world-renowned faculty. Integrated and focused curriculum is built upon real-world experience, practical application, and proven conceptual fundamentals. For more information call (865) 974-1622 or visit TheCenter.utk.edu.
Advanced Composite Training
Renaissance Aeronautics Associates (RAA) provides comprehensive training solutions in advanced composites aircraft structural repair, maintenance and remanufacturing. Courses are available internationally and in major cities in Canada. RAA provides state-of-the-art courses in excellent facilities. For more information visit www.raacomposites.com or email [email protected].
Using the most advanced learning technologies, FlightSafety is the authorized maintenance training organization for 18 aircraft manufacturers. Courses offered include systems initials, update and generic familiarization, engine run and taxi, human factors in maintenance, and composite and avionics programs. Training is conducted in learning centers or on-site at the client's location. For more information visit www.flightsafety.