›Contemporary Challenges in Continuing Airworthiness and Maintenance Education and Training
Mapping the Way Forward
Save The Date: The Airworthiness and Maintenance Group will be holding a one day conference at the University of Limerick, Ireland on 7th September 2016.
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 Airworthiness and Maintenance industry, and identify how best to meet these requirements through education and training.
The event will explore and address a range of topical issues affecting airworthiness and maintenance education and training, including:
- The shortage of suitably qualified and experienced personnel – Where is it and how can it be addressed?
- What skill set does the industry require and are these attributes missing from training and academic programmes?
- What are the opportunities and challenges of technological advances in airworthiness and maintenance training? - The use of simulators and virtual training systems.
- Training and certification standards for composite maintenance and repair – what is the current status and what will the future requirements be?
- What are the regulatory challenges which affect airworthiness and maintenance training?
- International regulations governing aircraft maintenance personnel training and licensing – are they increasingly becoming fragmented or harmonised?
If you would like more information or are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact the Conference and Events Department on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)20 7670 4345
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