Archive for April, 2013
QCM’s Latest Newsletter - Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
EAMTC member, QCM, has issued the latest Newsletter!
With details of their latest courses, other offerings and their stand at the forthcoming EBACE (European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition), you can see the newsletter here.
ASTech’s GEMS exam system – now with LTT in the Philippines - Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013
ASTech’s GEMS exam system now with LTT in the Philippines.
Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines (LTTP), an aviation maintenance school based in Manila, is ASTech’s newest customer for GEMS, their fully regulatory compliant examination management system that is fast becoming an industry standard.
LTTP is the latest Aviation Maintenance Training Organization to choose ASTech’s GEMS (General Examination Management System) as the organization’s examination management system to facilitate and optimize the generation of exams for aircraft maintenance engineer courses.
The acquisition of GEMS by LTTP again demonstrates that ASTech’s GEMS is regarded as a world-class software solution for exam management among EASA Part-147 organizations and highlights the trust the industry has in the software.
LTTP’s acquisition of GEMS further allows ASTech to extend its presence in the Asia – Pacific market. The software provider will use this opportunity to extend its business relations and further expand GEMS’ product usage worldwide.
RUAG – New EAMTC Member - Wednesday, April 17th, 2013
The Swiss aircraft maintenance organisation RUAG Aviation is the latest EAMTC member.
Max Grob from RUAG’s Business Development told the EAMTC, “Collaboration, high performance and visionary thinking – these are the values that represent RUAG.”
“We provide individual services for and together with our customers, and we believe in the power of reliable collaboration.”
“We know that, as an MRO, we are the main contributing actors to multi-sided, multi-blended training. We know where and how maintenance and training contribute to the aviation value chain.”
Max concluded, “It is clear that there is no operation without certified maintenance and no maintenance without qualified training! For this, RUAG is there.”
New EASA Part 66 Online Training - Tuesday, April 16th, 2013
Building on the success of LRTT’s growing suite of online training, the Part 147 Approved Organisation have launched an online course for EASA Part-66 Module 1.
Learners will work through the syllabus for Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry using a range of interactions and end of topic questions.
Examinations can be taken in the UK at the Cotswold Airport or in Malaysia at IEDC.
The Module 1 (Maths) is the first of the Part-66 courses being made available online, with Modules 2 and 3 following shortly.
infoWERK – Latest newsletter available - Thursday, April 11th, 2013
Austrian based infoWERK develops high quality multimedia-based training systems (MBT) primarily for the transportation industries.
infoWERK’s web-ready training programs are developed to international standards, so they are ready to interface with many other computer-based learning materials.
airberlin academy to host 2015 meeting - Friday, April 5th, 2013
Being a part of airberlin technik GmbH, airberlin technical training is an EASA Part 147 approved maintenance training organisation. The organisation today announced that they will host the October 2015 EAMTC meeting.
Besides efficient and productive in-class training sessions, airberlin also offers maintenance practical training on the aircraft. Types covered include Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier together with their corresponding engine types.
With training centres in Dusseldorf, Munich and Berlin, airberlin can accommodate up to one hundred students concurrently.
Go to the airberlin academy web site here
Air France announce the hosting of the October 2014 EAMTC meeting - Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
Air France has announced that they will host the October 2014 EAMTC meeting.
Air France has a global training offering, with guaranteed quality training programs and an unparalleled reputation for courses with an optimal balance between theory and practice, delivered by their highly skilled instructors.
Offering effective training solutions using diverse training methods including classroom teaching, WBT (Web Based Training), fixed base simulators, CBT, as well as practical courses with hands-on training and direct access to operating aircraft and FFS, Air France is ideally placed to handle all aspects of maintenance training.
airberlin issue their latest newsletter - Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
You can see the newsletter at airberlin’s web site – it carries details of an extension of airberlin’s cooperation with Sabena technics training, a train-the-trainer course, a technical apprenticeship scheme and more – the newsletter makes an interesting read!
You can contact the airberlin team here