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5.12.16
Welcome to Maintenance Matters eNewsletter
5.12.16
Master Technician: Still the World’s Best, Most Comprehensive Maintenance Training
5.12.16
Rolls-Royce Names FlightSafety Authorized BR725 Training Provider
5.12.16
Customer Highlights
5.12.16
Emergency Safety Training for Technicians & Business Aircraft Passengers
5.12.16
Our eLearning and LiveLearning Catalogues Continually Expand
5.12.16
New PT6A Series OMP (Operational Maintenance Practices)
5.12.16
Advanced, Elite Cabin Systems Training Designed for Technicians
5.12.16
FlightSafety Continues to Expand Pratt & Whitney Canada Engine Training
5.12.16
Center Updates
5.12.16
Make Your Plans for AMT Day in May

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Our eLearning and LiveLearning Catalogues Continually Expand

Your opportunity to keep expanding your skills and knowledge base doesn’t stop between major Learning Center training events. Our always-growing library of eLearning and LiveLearning courses cover a range of important topics. New courses of particular interest to maintenance technicians include WebECTM in LiveLearning, and Engine Run & Taxi in eLearning.

LiveLearning

WebECTM / Engine Condition Trend Monitoring
Learn the fundamentals and skills necessary to produce, manipulate and analyze WebECTM graphs in order to monitor engine performance. Topics include effective use of account management, fleet management and engine management functions in engine condition trend analysis; producing, manipulating and analyzing WebECTM graphs; and troubleshooting engine faults.

eLearning

Engine Run and Taxi (ERT) – Signs and Markings
Learn the keys to preventing runway incursions — one of the most common causes of aircraft accidents and incidents. Instruction includes the major causes of runway incursions; safe taxi procedures; how to prepare the aircraft and crew for an engine run; airport signs and markings; and effective communication with ATC.