New MX Sales Rep Lee Brewster
Lee Brewster has joined the Dallas Learning Center as a maintenance sales representative. Brewster has been working in aviation for 15 years on maintenance/avionics training and standards. She holds a bachelor’s in business administration and a master’s in education technology.
Training Begins for Pilatus PC-24 Technicians
Maintenance technicians for operators who are expecting delivery of the first Pilatus PC-24 business jets can get a head start on their training in Dallas. Training is already available for the aircraft, which are expected to begin delivering in 2017.
HondaJet Maintenance Training Set to Go
Drawing on a close working relationship dating to 2007 when HondaJet named FlightSafety as its factory-authorized trainer, we now are offering maintenance technician training for the all-new aircraft. Prospective HondaJet operators and authorized service centers can take initial training to ensure that maintenance staff is ready to go when the aircraft is delivered. Comprehensive general maintenance training meets FAA, CASA and EASA (B1 and B2) requirements. Training courses include Initial, Engine Run and Taxi, Practical, Avionics and Avionics Practical.
Montreal Now Devoted Exclusively to P&WC Training
When FlightSafety reached its collaborative agreement for Pratt & Whitney Canada engine training, the Montreal Learning Center earned the designation as lead center to support the global network of training locations. Now, Montreal has been dedicated exclusively to training for P&WC engines. No matter what Pratt & Whitney Canada engine you operate, you can contact the Montreal Learning Center to schedule your training – either in Montreal or in one of our convenient worldwide training locations near you.
New MX Sales Rep Jennifer Manning
Jennifer Manning has joined the Savannah Maintenance Learning Center as a maintenance sales representative. Manning has been working in aviation for six years in satellite communications. She holds a bachelor’s in international studies.
More Steps on the Avionics Master Technician Path
Three new courses at the Savannah Maintenance Learning Center, designed to expand Gulfstream technicians’ avionics expertise, are now part of the curriculum available on the path to earning a designation as an avionics Master Technician.
Take Advantage of Maintenance Training for Citation Latitude
Technicians responsible for maintenance on the new Cessna Citation Latitude now can schedule training. Initial courses have begun, and courses will eventually include the full slate of initial, update and other training.
Citation 560XL/XLS/XLS+ Advanced Troubleshooting
Our new Citation 560 series advanced troubleshooting course lets technicians solve problems at the component level. View system malfunctions in a real-time cockpit based on real-world scenarios. Simulation allows use of all the cockpit indications, diagnostic tools and maintenance publications they would normally use if troubleshooting an actual aircraft. Courses available beginning late spring 2016.
Caravan 208 OMP and Troubleshooting
Technicians for the Cessna Caravan 208 now can choose both a new Operational Maintenance Procedures course and a new troubleshooting course. Troubleshooting explores system operations, helps technicians refine their decision-making abilities, sharpen analytical skills while solving realistic system malfunctions. OMP is the final step to achieve Master Technician designation for the Caravan, with training scenarios that stimulate logical thinking and resource management to find the best solution based on real-world problems.
Piaggio Training Now Available
Operators of Piaggio Aero aircraft now can take advantage of advanced FlightSafety maintenance training in Wichita. Piaggio maintenance training programs moved recently from West Palm Beach. The move means you now can also add Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 training to your other Piaggio training.
Center Teams with Tech School on King Air Training
Thanks to a new collaborative agreement, a group of King Air 90 technicians did their practical training at Wichita Area Technical College. The group used WATC’s King Air 90, which it has on site for training purposes. “Customer reaction to the training was very positive,” says Center Director Wayne Sommerfeld. “And the team at WATC has been very friendly and helpful.” The Learning Center and the school continue to explore possible training exchanges – for example, WATC students may take advantage of the center’s avionics training facilities. “We look forward to working with them again,” Sommerfeld says.