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Online Aircraft Maintenance Training

Now Available New Web-Based IA Refresher Training.
AMTSociety Web-based IA Refresher Training is available at no charge to AMTSociety members. This eight (8) hour course contains ten (10) individual sessions presented in a video and slide presentation format. Each session is between 30 and 90 minutes in length, for a total of eight (8) hours. This course includes a variety of regulatory, safety, and technical topics.

*** NOTE: When you register as an AMTSociety member you MUST include a current email address. Make sure your member profile contains current and correct information including your first name, middle initial, last name, FAA mechanic certificate number, and a current email address. Your completion certificates will be accessible through an email to you so please verify your correct email address is in your member profile.

Once you complete an individual session, you will be instructed to take a short verification quiz. The length of each quiz is based upon the length of the individual session. You will not be able to access the quiz unless the entire session is viewed. All questions in the verification quiz are based on the presentations of the session and must be answered correctly. Pay attention. You may want to take a few notes. You will be advised which questions you incorrectly answered.

Upon successful completion of the quiz for each individual session you will see a note saying a certificate for that individual session will be sent to you via email. You can access the session certificates by following the link provided in the email. Print and save these certificates for your renewal records. Each certificate will credit you the number of minutes for that individual session. FAA acceptance of this eight (8) hour training course is based on successful completion of ALL ten (10) individual sessions.

You can take as many or as few individual sessions as you want at one time. You can pause an individual seminar session if you like, but if you close out or log off in the middle of one you will need to start at the beginning of that one when you return. At the successful completion of a session exam you can log off and come back at a later time or day, log back in, and take the remaining seminar sessions.

This course meets the requirements contained in FAR 65.93(A)(4) for Inspection Authorization (IA) refresher training for those choosing to use training as your basis of IA renewal.

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A Shift in Safety Thinking A Shift in Safety Thinking
By FAA Jim Hein, ASI-FPM-MAS
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel information that promotes a generative safety culture, a zero violation climate, and a positive reporting culture.
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Aging Aircraft Issues Fatigue in the Workplace
By Gordon Dupont, System Safety Services and author of The Dirty Dozen
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel insight into the dangers of workplace fatigue and to provide safety nets that will lessen the chances of making human error due to fatigue
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Logic Forward Thinking in Aircraft Maintenance Logic Forward Thinking in Aircraft Maintenance
By David C. Burch, Customer Service Engineer, Bell Helicopter Textron, Inc.
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel with best practices and tips based on current field examples and findings. Although directed toward rotorcraft, the examples, solutions, and tips are applicable to both rotor and fixed wing aircraft
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Know your Life Raft Know Your Life Raft
By Robert Benton, WINSLOW LifeRaft Company, Program Manager Aviation Aftermarket & OEM
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel with best practices and tips relating to aircraft life rafts, certification requirements, and related survival equipment commonly found on general aviation aircraft.
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Propeller Maintenance and Inspection Propeller Maintenance and Inspection
By David Landis, Sensenich Propeller Services General Manager
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel with best practices and tips to recognize common damage, and maintenance and overhaul needs relating to both fixed pitch and constant speed propellers
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If Charlie Were Alive today. Civil Aviation Regulations If Charlie Were Alive Today. Civil Aviation Regulations
By Sarah MacLeod, Managing Member Obadal, Filler MacLeod & Klein, P.L.C. & Executive Director Aeronautical Repair Station Association
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel with an overview of regulations pertaining to civil aviation aircraft operations and maintenance and the importance for maintenance technicians to understand these regulations. Highlights include CFR 14; Parts 1, 39, 43, 65, 91, 119, 121, 145.
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Finishing the Job: Paperwork Finishing the Job: Paperwork
By Sarah MacLeod, Managing Member Obadal, Filler MacLeod & Klein, P.L.C. & Executive Director Aeronautical Repair Station Association
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel a review of the CFR 14 Part 43 regulations and the documents essential to making airworthiness determinations, required maintenance records, and the differences between maintenance and inspection recordkeeping requirements.
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Major Minor Primer Major Minor Primer
By Sarah MacLeod, Managing Member Obadal, Filler MacLeod & Klein, P.L.C. & Executive Director Aeronautical Repair Station Association
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel a review of the regulations that govern the terms major and minor as they relate to civil aviation repairs and alterations and how to determine whether the repair or alteration is major or minor
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Installation Approval Methods Installation Approval Methods
By George Schwab, FAA Rotorcraft Directorate Dallas ACO
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel with an organizational overview of FAA AVS; AIR; AEG offices and responsibilities, the ACO role relating to data approvals and field approvals, and ACO concerns and tips relating to data approvals and field approvals.
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Fuel Quantity Indicating System Fuel Quantity Indicating System
By Curtis Lamb, Barfield Sales Director Ground Support Test Equipment
This session is designed to provide maintenance and inspection personnel an overview of a simplified Fuel Quantity Indicating System (FQIS), related FQIS troubleshooting tips, and current FQIS testing methods
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Disclaimer: Access to the online seminars is not guaranteed at all times. Site maintenance may temporarily render the seminars unavailable. Any information contained herein is for AMTSociety, Cygnus Business Media and instructional purposes only. Its sponsors are not liable for information contained in this or any associated website. AMTSociety and/or Cygnus Business Media is not liable for problems related to computer hardware, software, configuration problems, firewalls or any internet access issues and the resulting inability for a technician to renew his/her FAA inspection authorization. It is the responsibility of the user to seek other methods in a timely manner to renew his or her IA should the online AMTSociety program not function as needed for the user.


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