Archive for February, 2011
Leading French based Multi-Media training solutions provider, OPERANTIS, becomes the latest EAMTC member - Monday, February 28th, 2011
Located in the Head Office in Toulouse, Operantis’ Sales Director, Jean-Francois Savournin spoke of the organisation.
Operantis has more than 18 years’ experience in the design and development of innovative multimedia solutions for training.
OPERANTIS is rich in a team with varied complementary competences that bring a perfect pedagogical implementation with a command of your professional technical language to integrate solutions to your training problems. This guarantees you the most adapted and effective solutions.
Jean-Francois continued, Operantis’ model ensures the best adapted technical solutions, for example, E.Learning, 3D Training Environments and/or Serious Games. By combining the advantages of a flexible and reactive organization with real multimedia know-how we intervene efficiently whatever your training problems.
We have acquired our experience by working with some of the biggest names in industry. We look forward to working with the EAMTC and its members!
The organisation’s interesting web site is at www.operantis.fr
New Members – Swiss Aircraft Maintenance Association - Thursday, February 17th, 2011
SVFB – Schweizerischer Verband Flugtechnischer Betriebe
ASEA – Association Suisse des Entreprises Aérotechniques
SAMA – Swiss Aircraft Maintenance Association
Franz Meier, Director of the Swiss Aircraft Maintenance Association (SAMA), said, “We look forward to being active in the EAMTC. Its a great industry platform”.
Franz briefed on the main activities of the SVFB/ASEA/SAMA.
The SVFB is a professional association of Swiss aircraft maintenance organisations, aircraft manufacturers and component manufacturers.
The main goals of the organisation are : –
- the protection of the common interests of its members towards the Authorities and other organisations
- the improvement of aviation safety
- the promotion of aeronautical technical training
- the exchange of experience and the coordination of mutual aid between members
The SVFB has nearly 80 members ranging from small local workshops to companies with a world wide reputation.
The SVFB offers courses from its own resources and those of its membership, where Part 147 Examinations will be organised.
You can see the SVFB/ASEA/SAMA web site here: http://www.svfb.ch
Finland’s Savo College Joins EAMTC - Tuesday, February 15th, 2011
Savo Vocational College is a vocational training institute located in the heart of the beautiful lake district in Eastern Finland.
Olli Kankimaki, the Training Manager, outlined Savo’s activities.
Offering a comprehensive range of vocational training courses, the college networks in partnership and development projects with Universities in Finland and with a number of other organisations around Europe. Savo actively participates in a many European programmes.
Aircraft maintenance courses are conducted under EASA Part 147 Approval Number FI.147.0006 for the different basic license categories.
Olli said, “having attended many EAMTC meetings we decided that it really was worthwhile for us to join. We look forward to working closely with everyone”.
You can see the Savo web site at www.sakky.fi
LTT Electrical Wiring and Interconnection Systems (EWIS) now available as web based training - Wednesday, February 9th, 2011
Press release – Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT)
Hamburg, 8 February 2011:
The web-based training course, “Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems” (EWIS), is now available for customers and interested parties to use. Starting with the requirements and regulations of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) has developed this course from the methods and didactic points of view to cater for the needs of multiple target groups.
The web-based training course (WBT) was preceded by the development of a five-day in-person training course on the same topic that has been offered and delivered by LTT since 1 September 2010.
Rainer Sabrotzki, trainer and product manager at LTT responsible for the EWIS training topic:
“The cables are the veins and nerves of an aircraft. Depending on the aircraft type, there will be between 150 and 300 kilometers of cable routes on an aircraft. Hence the subject of ‘Cables’ is an important safety topic for anyone who works on an aircraft, from maintenance personnel to cabin crew and refueling staff. It is precisely for these different target groups that we have put together this training course.”
The subjects covered include cable damage and its origins, the consequences of cable fires, the assessment of damage to connectors and cables and how to work with the applicable documentation. The five-day in-person seminar also contains practical exercise units.
Whether taken as WBT or as in-person training, the course has a modular structure to enable individual customer requirements and training needs to be addressed.
With the WBT and the in-person seminar, LTT is satisfying a new requirement from EASA as to content which expands on the content of the EASA module “Cable Connectors”, now renamed “Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems” to reflect the revised content.
Klaus Schmidt-Klyk, LTT Vice President Marketing, Sales & Business Development:
“The EWIS WBT offers us excellent target-group oriented training possibilities since the flexible concept enables us to train all the groups specified in the EASA regulations in line with their training needs. The target groups covered include not only maintenance personnel and engineers but also, for example, pilots and flight attendants.”
About Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH
Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) is a world’s leading provider of basic and advanced training for employees and management working in maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), and the broader aerospace industry. LTT offers basic technical training, type-specific advanced training, through to non-specialised technical and non-technical advanced training to a world-wide customer base of over 260 clients. LTT has over 50 years of experience, and is certified not only by EASA, but also numerous other international aviation authorities. LTT’s experience comes from working with one of the worlds most successful Airlines, Lufthansa, whose fleet is maintained by LTT trained and qualified engineers, mechanics and management staff.
Management Changes at Iberia Training - Friday, February 4th, 2011
Please see here for the message from the new Head of Maintenance Training at the Iberia Maintenance Training Centre, Madrid.
SRT Perspectives Newsletter 2011, No 1 – available - Thursday, February 3rd, 2011
EAMTC members, SR Technics, have issued their first “Perspectives” newsletter of 2011. You can download it here..