Archive for May, 2016

Lufthansa Technical Training – Set Course for the Future - Tuesday, May 31st, 2016

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“In aviation, highly qualified technical personnel is the key to a lot of things: cost-effectiveness, safety as well as growth. Well-trained employees are a competitive advantage. New technologies, too, will only prove themselves in daily operations at an airline when its staff can maintain them. To inspire young people for this mission in the future is an important aspect on the route!

After a year of structural reorientation, we have now set a new strategy for ourselves that shall put us in a position to be the preferred partner for our customers for top-quality, future-oriented training services with a high level of added value.

Maintenance training must forge new paths in order to meet customers’ requirements and to support them in mastering the many challenges of our industry. We want to use our expertise and experience to be a “pacemaker” in this process, with new technological and training concepts.

Among the cornerstones of our strategy is operational stability, which essentially means reliability for our customers.”

See the May Newsletter here

See more on setting course for the future and about Lufthansa Technical Training at www.ltt.aero

Contact LTT here.

RAeS Conference – Challenges in Continuing Airworthiness & Maintenance Education & Training - Monday, May 30th, 2016

With sponsors including EAMTC members Lufthansa Technik Shannon, the RAeS Conference Programme for 07th September has been released and is available at the following link:

http://aerosociety.com/Events/Event-List/2473/Contemporary-Challenges-in-Continuing-Airworthiness-and-Maintenance-Education-and-Training

This conference aims to provide a platform for industry stakeholders, regulators, professional training organisations and educational institutions to review the growing technical skill requirements of the Continuing Airworthiness and Maintenance industry, and identify how best to meet these requirements through education and training. RAeS Airworthiness Training Conference

Upcoming Open Courses at AAT - Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

AAT announce that the following upcoming courses are available: –

Course #1:           Boeing 737NG (CFM56) B1/B2 Theory and Practical

Location:             Ely / Gatwick, UK

Dates:                  18.7.16 – 9 .9.16

Price:                    £3,500 plus VAT per person

 

Course #2:           Airbus A320 series (CFM56 & IAE V2500) B1/B2 Theory and Practical

Location:             Ely / Gatwick, UK

Dates:                  12.9.16 – 4.11.16

Price:                    £3,500 plus VAT per person

 

Course # 3:          Boeing 777-200/300 (GE 90 & Trent 800) B1/B2 Practical

Location:             Ely / Heathrow, UK

Dates:                  24.10.16 – 23.12.16

Price:                    £4,950 plus VAT per person

Contact – Course Enquiries – Nick Taylor nicholas@advancedat.co.uk

Web site: www.advancedat.co.uk

Instructor Seminar Materials - Tuesday, May 24th, 2016

IMG_5155With the exception of some of the Workshop files, members may now access all of the materials from the 7th EAMTC Instructor Seminar in the members area of this web site.

The highly successful seminar was hosted by Lufthansa Technical Training at their Frankfurt Airport vocational training facility.

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Management Change at Sabena technics training - Tuesday, May 10th, 2016

ID_SNT_nicolas_cabanelIn a recent change in the management of Sabena technics training, Nicolas Cabanel has been appointed as the VP Training Services.

With a background in Mechanical and Industrial engineering from French Engineering Institute (ENSAM – Arts & Métiers ParisTech), Nicolas was formerly the head of the Planning Department in Sabena technics FNI. He has been with the company for 10 years.

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See the Sabena technics training web site here.

airberlin academy EASA Part 147 Basic Training Approval - Friday, May 6th, 2016

airberlin academy technical training has announced that as per 26th April 2016 the airberlin academy technical training is approved as an EASA Part 147 Basic Training school for Category B1 and B2. and also for difference courses B1 vs. B2 and vice verse.

Jörg Sauerland, the airberlin academy Senior Manager, Head of Technical Training and Accountable Manager, told the EAMTC, “We are very proud to obtain this important approval. Together with Type Training and NDT approval we now have all of the required approvals to serve our customer needs”.

Jörg continued, “The first Category B1 course will start at the end of May in Dusseldorf.  Th