Around the world, there’s one universally understood maintenance credential: Master Technician.
No matter what language you speak or aircraft you operate, you understand the significance of a Master Technician certification – it’s the pinnacle of training for a given aircraft. You know the holder has reached the top of the profession and is prepared not just to work on an aircraft but to keep it in optimum condition to operate safely and to be available for dispatch.
The program began in the 1990s for just a few aircraft models, but today has expanded to cover nearly every widely used current business aircraft model.
“We’ve trained more than 3,000 Master Technicians – many of them on more than one aircraft,” says Scott Hunter, director of worldwide maintenance training sales. “These technicians have become the leaders both within their own flight departments and in the maintenance community at large. In fact, a growing number of operations require that their technicians either have or be working on a Master Technician certificate for the aircraft they maintain.”
Over the years, the Master Technician program has expanded from its original emphasis on the aircraft to encompass four areas for training expertise. All of these sequences build on your proven technical abilities with training in skills that would otherwise take years to acquire – making your even more of an asset to your organization.
“In today’s safety-focused, competitive and increasingly sophisticated private aviation environment, it’s become increasingly important for maintenance technicians to seek the advanced, in-depth training that only FlightSafety’s Master Technician program can offer,” Hunter says.