Archive for March, 2016

Technical Instructor Vacancies at Turkish Technic - Thursday, March 31st, 2016

Turkish Technic technical training, an EASA Part 147 approved organisation, has vacancies for technical instructors.

Candidates should preferably: –

  • Have a minimum of 5 years as a technical instructor Be an experienced aircraft maintenance engineer
  • Be a B1.1 or B2 qualified instructor on B777 and / or A330 and / or B737 NG and/or Airbus Single Aisle
  • Be native English speakers or have an equivalent level of English

Replies should be sent to:

Murat KÖSE | 147 Type Training Manager

See the Turkish Technic web site  here


GR 1007 on Devices used in Maintenance Training published - Sunday, March 27th, 2016

The outcome of an EAMTC Working Group, the Guidelines and Recommendations GR 1007 on Devices for use in Maintenance Training, was approved by the 64th General Assembly meeting in Vergiate. It is now published in the members area of this web site.

GR 1007 combines the best of and supersedes GR 1004 (Synthetic Training Device Levels) and GR 1005 (Practical Maintenance Training Devices).

Members of the EAMTC working group also participated in the EASA working group on Rule Making Task.0281 (New Teaching/Training Technologies).

EAMTC President, Ian Williams, said, “EAMTC working groups are one of the main means by which industry can positively contribute to improving our industry and its regulation. I am very grateful to and proud of the members that contributed to this excellent document.”

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Vacancies for Fokker 50/60 and 70/100 trainers / instructors – the Netherlands - Wednesday, March 23rd, 2016

The Aircraft Maintenance & Training School (AM&TS) has a number of vacancies for freelance Fokker 50/60 and 70/100 trainers / instructors to deliver aircraft Type Training courses(theory and practical). The selected personnel will be able to deliver high quality training in line with the company’s Part 147 standards.

The vacancy details may seen here.



Wonderfully hosted by Finmeccanica, the 64th EAMTC closes in Milan - Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

Logo HELICOPTER DIVISIONWith delegates now leaving Milan as the 64th EAMTC meeting closes, feedback indicates that the meeting was a great success: –

  • Meeting facilities were very good – social event was outstanding
  • It was a great meeting
  • A great job, wonderful meeting again
  • Well done
  • Excellent meeting with interesting presentations

As well as presentations and great discussion, delegates were delighted with: –

  • an excellent regulatory overview and standardisation information from EASA speakers
  • a tour of the production line
  • a tour of the training facilities

Finmeccanica Training Manager, Filippo Di Silvestro said, “It was a pleasure to host our colleagues from around the world here in Vergiate. We enojoyed the meeting immensely. It was most informative.”


Kiel, 11 th March 2016 – MINT Software Systems is proudly announcing the celebration of a service agreement with Aerotechnical Consulting & Coaching GmbH & Co KG (ATCC). The agreement covers the delivery of the SaaS version of the MINT Training and Resource Management System (MINT TRMS) for resource qualification, curriculum management and training scheduling at ATCC engineering training services in Frankfurt, Germany.

In late 2015 Aerotechnical Consulting & Coaching GmbH & Co KG (ATCC) have identified MINT TRMS as possible solution for all administrative tasks for their growing number of engineering training courses. After some in-depth testing, ATCC has now selected the Software as a Service (SaaS) version of the fully web based MINT TRMS as training and resource management platform for their Frankfurt based company headquarters.

“With MINT TRMS we have found the perfect fit to all of our requirements” explains Waldemar Becker, Managing Director of Aerotechnical Consulting & Coaching GmbH & Co KG. “MINT TRMS will effectively support the entire management of our diverse engineering training portfolio. In particular, this software supports us in the rather complex scheduling challenges and in the creation of reliable and audit save documents and reports as required by aviation Authorities”, he adds. Klaus Schmidt-Klyk, Business Consultant at MINT Software Systems complements: “We are very happy to win ATCC as new customer, because their decision confirms that even smaller training organizations benefit from the implementation of a modern resource and qualification management software like our proven system MINT TRMS. This powerful and extremely flexible solution is adaptable to a wide range of different requirements, business environments and it sets cross-industry standards for training and resource management solutions on a global scale.”

The agreement with Aerotechnical Consulting & Coaching GmbH & Co KG includes the complete MINT TRMS solution for resource qualification, curriculum management, training scheduling, data collection and report generation for the ATCC engineering school in Frankfurt, Germany.   See the Press Release here

About MINT Software Systems MINT Software Systems, headquartered in Kiel, Germany, with subsidiaries in Orlando, Florida and Sharjah, UAE and partner companies in Bucaramanga, Colombia and Kiev, Ukraine creates innovative training and resource management solutions used by major aviation players. MINT’s SaaS and onsite solutions employing latest software technology, allowing efficient records and training scheduling for crew, ground and maintenance staff and guarantee trouble-free regulatory compliance with the AQP/ATQP programs of authorities like the FAA and EASA.
Contact: Frank Vieira HuggerMINT Software Systems

Director Sales and Marketing

Systems GmbH

Fraunhoferstr. 13

24118 Kiel, Germany
Phone +49 (0)431 530 215 27

QCM – Regulations Consolidated Versions - Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016

Georg Stöcker, QCM’s Consultant/Instructor/Member of the QCM Supervisory Board said, “It has only been with the introduction of the registration for the “Publications Download” that we have realised how unexpectedly great the demand for the consolidated versions is. We, especially myself, would like to thank everyone for the interest in the publications and the numerous and positive feedback. To know that the publications are actively used is a great motivation for me to continuously update and create the documents.

The consolidated versions will remain free of charge, and we will continue to inform everyone about changes made to the publications.”

Georg added, “All QCM courses always contain the latest updated versions of the regulations. This includes courses that we develop or tailor to the specific needs of a customer.”

More information and QCM actual course dates can be found at the website:

Contact QCM to discuss your needs at: –

Q.C.M. quality control management AGqcm_qualitycontrolmanagement-300x151
Eichholzweg 20-24
3123 Belp


New Managing Director at Lufthansa Technical Training - Tuesday, March 1st, 2016



For more than 20 years now, our customers have associated Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH with an intuition for the needs of the market, outstanding performance and top products. As a leading and innovative company we constantly need to make some changes to make sure we can sustain this position in the long term. Stagnation would not be beneficial either for you as our customers or for us as service provider.

Our company has continued to develop rapidly in recent years to assert itself as a leading provider of training services in the MRO sector in what has become an increasingly difficult market environment. We have not shied away even from difficult decisions and changes, all of which have had just one objective: to remain an attractive provider for you and to win new customers.
We have now completed this particularly difficult part of the transformation and plan to focus increasingly in the coming years on developing new methods of learning and new media, which will better satisfy the requirements of industrial transformation in which the MRO sector currently finds itself.

Andreas Kaden und Rubin Siddique

Andreas Kaden und Rubin Siddique

After over four years at the helm of Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH, I have decided to place the management of the company in new hands in order to ensure the best possible continuity in the company’s top management for the next phase of the transformation process.

Mr. Rubin Siddique will take over as Managing Director of Lufthansa Technical Training on April 1, 2016. His name should already be familiar with you since Rubin Siddique has been Chief Commercial Officer on the Board of Management of LTT since 2013. He will therefore ensure continuity at the level of company management and also offers both experience in the area of aviation training and commercial expertise.

I would like to thank you at this point for the trust and loyalty you have placed in our company and in me over the past number of years. I am certain that the management of Lufthansa Technical Training is in reliable hands with Mr. Siddique and that he will steer the company to a bright future.

With best wishes

Andreas Kaden

Managing Director


Rubin Siddique

nC4dUyQrMNaq8P80N5N8GARubin Siddique will take over as Managing Director of Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH on April 1, 2016 and will also remain on as Chief Commercial Officer, a role he has filled since 2013.

He began his career in the aviation industry in 1994 at Deutsche Aerospace Airbus (DASA), working in production planning in Hamburg. In 1996, he joined Lufthansa Flight Training GmbH. After holding various management positions, he took on a post overseeing sales and marketing for the competence training segment in 1999 before moving on to manage the Training Technologies division. In November 2003, he took on the role of Director IT and Training Technologies, where he managed major projects within the company. From 2011 until the time he joined Lufthansa Technical Training, Rubin Siddique was Managing Director at Lufthansa Flight Training Berlin and Managing Director of Lufthansa Flight Training CST.

Rubin Siddique was born in 1970 in Frankfurt/Main. He completed his engineering and business administration degree with a focus on electrical engineering and controlling at the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany and at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.

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