This area of study addresses the human factor elements that can affect the safety and efficiency of the maintenance operation. 1 day, classroom.
STRUCTURED ON-THE-JOB PROCESSES:
This course will cover how to develop and implement a structured OJT program including development of task checklists and instructor qualifications. 2 days, classroom.
UNDERSTANDING INSPECTOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
This course addresses requirements called out in the regulations, records research process, inspection of incoming parts and documentation using Forms 337 and 8130-3. This course is FAA-accepted for IA renewal credit. 1 day, classroom.
REPAIR STATION AUDIT:
This course addresses the pertinent regulations, advisory circulars and areas of inspection when conducting an internal of internal audit of a repair station. 2 days, classroom.
INSPECTION AUTHORIZATION TEST PREP
Prepare for the FAA written exam for the rating of Inspection Authorization. Instructor teaches how to research and find the answers to IA issues. 3 days, classroom.
TRAIN THE TRAINER:
This course addresses adult learning, training needs identification and course development. 2-3 days, classroom.
TRAIN THE OJT TRAINER:
This course covers the process of using effective OJT training resources and the basic requirements needed to be an effective OJT trainer. 1-2 days, classroom.
A & P TEST PREP:
This preparatory course is a theory and practical exercise-based study to prepare for the FAA testing requirements for aircraft mechanics. This course is customized to the needs of the students – online theory, classroom theory and practical skills training.