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Aviator in the land of ‘Airbus’es and ‘ATR’s

15.10.2019

Our Training Center – while being the only representative of Russia – took part in the annual Conference of the European Aviation Maintenance Training Committee (EAMTC) in Toulouse (France), where the main production site of Airbus and ATR aircraft is located. The Conference covered the most acute topics of personnel training including advanced methods of […]

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Successful scope expansion!

09.10.2019

Early September this year Training Center “Aviator” completed successful expansion of our European Part-147 approval adding Boeing 777 with GE 90 engines (theoretical and practical, Cat. B1, B2, and B1+B2). A training sample was presented by our instructor in Germany to the European auditor as part of the expansion. Also a new difference training Boeing 777-200/300 […]

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Studying at EASA

04.09.2019

The specialists from our Training Center took part in the composite materials training conducted by the experts from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) at the Headquarters of EASA in Cologne (Germany). An intensive course highlighted the peculiarities of manufacturing and operation of the composite materials, their use in modern aviation technologies, as well […]

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Audit from the sunny Armenia!

30.08.2019

Is it possible that the audit has good vibes about it? Yes! When the auditor is a professional with several decades spent in aviation, with extensive experience and an open mind, let alone when he is from a country that holds leading position in our region subject to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) audits […]

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Ready for the First Aid!

29.07.2019

Instructors of or Training Center have passed the ‘First Aid Training’ delivered by the Russian Red Cross in accordance with the European Red Cross and Red Crescent Standards. This training covered very important topics of the first aid delivery following different traumas and emergencies including those that can potentially happen during the aircraft type practical […]

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How to assess an assessor?

05.06.2019

The team of our Training Center took part in the annual Seminar of EAMTC (European Aviation Maintenance Training Committee) (June 04-05, 2019, Bern (Switzerland)) – and we were the only representatives of Russia in this international gathering. The main topics of the Seminar were the procedures for assessing knowledge and skills of the trainees, as well […]

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Quality Auditor Training – from theory to practice

26.05.2019

Last week we’ve had a very interesting course at our Training Center – “Quality Auditor at Aircraft and Components Maintenance Organisations”, which gathered in our classroom representatives of different companies and organisations. The participants included our wonderful customers from hospitable Kazakhstan, as well as from Orenburg, Moscow and Moscow Region. This course – as the […]

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Aviator’s Millenium!

25.05.2019

Our Training Center has reached a very interesting milestone  – we have issued the thousandth certificate of recognition (under EASA Part-147). Now we can proudly count our students not by the hundreds but by the thousands! Ok, still by “one thousand”, but nevertheless. We are on the right track – honest and professional work pays […]

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Part-66: another strike (and not a single one)!

11.05.2019

Dear colleagues and friends! Our Part-66 Projects has seen several new strikes! Ho many exactly? – Let’s count together 🙂 Our student received a Cat. A Part-66 licence Our student received a Cat. B1.1 Part-66 licence, and for this student we have: ensured the one-off approval of the On-the-Job training (OJT) that was conducted at […]

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European cooperation – professional, interesting, open

20.04.2019

The team of the Training Center Aviator (comprised of the lead instructors in different fields of studies) payed a visit to our strategic partners in Europe – HAITEC Aircraft Maintenance (Frankfurt-Hann, Germany) – one of the largest aircraft maintenance organisations in the Central Europe – and Aircraft Maintenance College 66 (Maastricht, the Netherlands) – an […]

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