FlightSafety has expanded its Master Technician program to include cabin systems.

FlightSafety has expanded its Master Technician program to include cabin systems.

May 14, 2019

Aircraft cabin systems are focus of training
In a move that aims to address the particular skills needed for the service and maintenance of aircraft cabins, FlightSafety has added a few steps to its Master Technician programme.

Training company FlightSafety International is expanding its Master Technician programme to include cabin systems. The new programme offers a progressive curriculum that follows a five step process designed to provide technicians with the skills required to service and maintain the cabin of the aircraft they support. Technicians must complete courses covering avionics standard practices, aeroIT, cabin connectivity, integrated cabin management systems and the cabin systems operational maintenance programme (OMP).

FlightSafety Master Technician training provides in-depth instruction and real-world practical training. The programme was developed in close collaboration with aircraft, component and systems manufacturers and is designed to help technicians develop a higher level of skill and increase their problem-solving ability. It also enables them to further enhance their contributions to the safety, reliability and operating efficiency of the aircraft or components they support and maintain.

Master Technician is offered for aircraft manufactured by Bombardier Learjet, Cessna, Dassault, Embraer, Gulfstream, Hawker Beechcraft and Sikorsky. FlightSafety also offers Master Technician Avionics: Aircraft Specific; Composites: Repair and Fabrication; Engine: In-depth; Engine-Specific and Management: Career Advancement.

Technicians who complete one or more of the FlightSafety Master Technician programmes help to improve safety, lower aircraft operating costs and increase aircraft dispatch reliability.

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