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B737-6/7/8/900 (CFM 56) B1/B2 course – Delta TechOps Training & AM&TS - Monday, April 27th, 2015
- Boeing 737-6/7/8/900 (CFM56) B1/B2
- Date: June 15—July 31, 2015
- Location: AM&TS, Hoogerheide, The Netherlands
FL Technics – Upcoming Courses - Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
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EAMTC Charter Updated - Tuesday, April 21st, 2015
In accordance with the General Assembly vote at the 62nd EAMTC Meeting (Istanbul), the Charter Appendix I fee for non-invited guests has been changed to €950 per person. Also the pro-rated payment of membership fees for new joining / resigning members is added.
Help wanted – Content Manager - Monday, April 20th, 2015
Help Wanted – Content Manager
A publisher of FAA and EASA Part 66 aligned textbooks and instructor support seeks a qualified person to manage the development and continuous updates of its portfolio of ab-initio manuals and knowledge test banks.
Early assignments include:
* Development of Cat-A1 modules based on our existing B1 content
* Review and enhancement of B2 mods 13 and 14
* Supervise re-write of Mod 17 (currently underway)
* Adding and coding MCQ and essay test questions to our knowledge test bank.
* Various instructor guides and differences books
Continuous duties include:
* Keeping track of and assessing regulatory and industry changes necessitating revisions to all modules and test banks
* Managing and responding to test question analysis
* Scoring essay tests
The preferred candidate shall:
* Have recent teaching experience at the EASA ab-initio level
* Be comfortable and experienced with the writing style prevalent in our existing books
* Be able to assess needs and supervise others
* Be willing to join our team in Colorado, USA
* Have appropriate professional credentials and education
* Have demonstrable writing experience
Compensation and benefits include:
* A professional salary (please state your requirements)
* Generous flexibility and leave policies
* A senior position in a fast growing and globally recognized company
Apply to email@example.com
LTT to Host 7th Instructor Seminar Hosts + 67th EAMTC meeting! - Monday, April 20th, 2015
Lufthansa Technical Training has made a major EAMTC announcement on the hosting of two significant events.
Andreas Kaden, LTT Managing Director said, “It will be our pleasure to host the 7th Instructor Seminar in 2016 and the 67th EAMTC meeting in 2017.”
Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH
Weg beim Jaeger 193
Fax: +49 40 5070 4746
62nd EAMTC meeting – feedback : Brilliantly hosted by Turkish Technic - Thursday, April 16th, 2015
The 62nd EAMTC meeting, brilliantly hosted by Turkish Technic in Istanbul, has closed. Delegates’ feedback includes: –
- Very interesting meeting!
- All very good – well done and Thank You!
- Thank you for the great work!
- Excellent meeting, very well organised and including many suitable subjects. Thank you
- Everything was excellent!
Featuring some excellent presentations and great delegate participation, Turkish Technic rounded-off the event with a tour of their new maintenance facility at Sabiha Gokcen International Airport and a wonderful cultural show held in the auditorium of their new training facility.
Turkish Technic Training Director, Caner Senturk, said, “It was a pleasure to welcome everyone from the EASA training world and beyond to our home.”
AFI – KLM E&M Bluelink 20 out now - Thursday, April 9th, 2015
Air New Zealand Aviation Institute School of Engineering – latest EAMTC member - Monday, April 6th, 2015
The Aviation Institute has campuses in Auckland and Christchurch, New Zealand, its customers are 11,000 Air New Zealanders, the staff of airlines, militaries and MRO’s from Asia, Oceania and the Middle East, and individuals globally wishing to up skill or enter the aviation industry.
Its domestic and international customers are able to access the full spectrum of training programmes provided to the Air New Zealand Group and benefit from the vast operational and industry experience embedded into those programmes.
A typical corporate customer for the Aviation Institute is an airline seeking to address manpower shortages with one its ab-initio programmes, or to solve a short-fall in training capacity driven by either a lack of own facilities, or an increase in demand driven by the acquisition of new or additional aircraft fleets.
By the numbers the Aviation Institute has 5 schools, 135 dedicated training staff, and approx. 47,000 student enrolments in the last financial year.
Its School of Engineering operates from both Auckland and Christchurch campuses providing apprentice level programmes for domestic and international companies and students. Its EASA approved 2-year maintenance course is popular, with international students outnumbering those being trained for the New Zealand industry. Post-employment courses are numerous and range from specialist processes to aircraft type training for licenced aircraft maintenance engineers.
The Air New Zealand Aviation Institute holds the following maintenance training approvals:
- Part 141 approval from the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand (NZCAA) for basic licence and type training.
- Part 147 approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for basic licence and type training.
- Part 147 approval from the Civil Aviation Safety Authority Australia (CASA) for type training
ISAP 2015 summer school details announced - Thursday, April 2nd, 2015
The EAAP (European Association for Aviation Psychology) has finalised the program for the ISAP (7th International Summer School on Aviation Psychology). It will be held in Graz, Austria, from 6-10 July 2015.
See all of the details here www.uni-graz.at/isap15/
Part 66 Appendix I – Basic Knowledge Requirements review - Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
The EAMTC Basic Training Working Group has made a review of the Part 66 Appendix I Basic Knowledge Requirements.
Members are encouraged to see this review prior to the Istanbul meeting in order that any significant points may be raised and brought to the attention of the WG.
Further, a date for the EAMTC members’ vote on this review will be set, as appropriate, after adequate time has been allowed for comments and their consolidation.
Please log in to the members area of the web site to see the review
Alternatively, please log in to the Working Groups area of the web site where the review may also be found.
Please send any immediate comments to the President for consolidation.