Lufthansa Technical Training – Set Course for the Future

LTT issues May 2016 edition newsletter “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 … Continued

RAeS Conference – Challenges in Continuing Airworthiness & Maintenance Education & Training

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 … Continued

Upcoming Open Courses at AAT

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:                  … Continued

Instructor Seminar Materials

With 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.

Management Change at Sabena technics training

In 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 … Continued