Participation in the IAC Coordination Council on Aviation Specialists Training


27 June, 2017. – Director of the Training Center “Aviator” Vladislav Berlev took part in the meeting of the Interstate Aviation Committee Coordination Council on Aviation Specialists Training and delivered a presentation on “Modern Technologies in Airworthiness Inspectors Training”. During the meeting of the Council representatives of aviation administrations and civil aviation training organisations from […]

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Advanced Technologies: ATA e-Business Forum and S1000D User Forum


June 12-14, 2017, Amsterdam. – Representatives of the Training Center “Aviator” participated in ATA e-Business Forum and S1000D User Forum. The Forum allowed learning more about the recent developments in exchange of data required for maintenance, material support, as well as flight data sharing – all of this needed to establish integrated standards comprising data […]

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Aviation Technical English


End of May our Training Center conducted a pilot examination aimed at determination of the Aviation Technical English proficiency level of maintenance personnel in Kazakhstan. The examination consisted of two parts: written and aural. Based on the results each participant of the examination was granted an Aviation Technical English proficiency level: from 1 to 6. […]

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Another extension of our Part-147 approval


Dear colleagues and friends! We are glad to tell you that we’ve finalized another extension of our Part-147 scope of work, and added a new training course “Difference training from Boeing 737-300/400/500 (Boeing 737 Classic) to Boeing 737-600/700/800/900ER (Boeing 737NG)” – for all categories (B1, B2 and B1+B2). What needs to be highlighted is the […]

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SMS walks across Russia


We are glad to inform you on another interesting training course that has been recently completed in Saratov – Safety Management System (SMS) for Approved Maintenance Organisations (AMOs) and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMOs) working under Bermuda and Russian Aviation Rules. The course turned out to be very vivid and interesting, allowing sharing of a bunch […]

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Flying far-far away! (with EDTO and otherwise)


We are glad to inform you on completion of another interesting training on maintenance and continuing airworthiness peculiarities of ETOPS flight operations, which are now called (in accordance with ICAO terminology) EDTO (Extended Diversion Time Operations). Modern EDTO standards are covering more than only twin-engine aircraft operations, as well as allow for performing the flights in […]

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Recent addition to our Part-66 family

We are glad to welcome a new student from a sunny Sri Lanka at our Part-66 Basic Training & Examinations group ! Now the group (composed of Russian and Nepalese students) became even “more international”. We are curious to see who will join next!

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SMS – Connecting People!


A block of two courses on the Safety Management System (SMS) was conducted on April 10-14 at our Training Center. The first two days the students spent for studying the terms and principles lying at the core of SMS, and during the remaining three days they’ve learnt detailed practical methods of hazard identification, safety risk management […]

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Another achievement of our Part-66 Basic Training students


Another achievement of our Part-66 Basic Training students! Our student has completed his studies and received the Part-66 basic licence! Our congratulations! Well done, Yan! PS. Thanks for your warm words 🙂 It was not an easy journey. Starting from the studies themsleves and ending with proving my 5 years of maintenance experience. At times, […]

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Start of the new Part-66 group!

We are glad to announce the start of the new Part-66 Basic Training & Examinations group! The multinational group started their studies on March 25, 2017. The group comprises Cat. B1.1, B1.3 and B2 students. All Basic Modules are to be covered by the group by mid-July (here is the link to the schedule of […]

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