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11th Annual First State Chapter — PAMA / Dassault Falcon Jet IA Renewal & Maintenance Symposium

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Saturday — Feb. 9, 2013 8 a.m. sharp
8 Hours of FAA Approved IA Training

Deerfield Golf & Tennis Club
507 Thompson Station Rd.
Newark, Del. 19711

Information & Registration at www.FirstStatePAMA.com

The day includes Breakfast, Lunch, Door Prizes and Cocktail Hour
Entire event is FREE to attendees

The symposium will also host an all day trade show with 32 vendors presenting their products and services.
There are numerous Symposium Sponsorships and Trade Show Tables still available.

Last years attendance 350
Vendors interested in sponsoring or having a table at the trade show can go to www.FirstStatePAMA.com or contact John Agnew at admin@firststatepama.com or 302-983-0042.


Aviation Workforce Development, Inc. — The Aviation Industry Support Organization
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AWD & PAMA will host the Aviation Workforce Think Tank utilizing the traditional Think Tank model often described as "under one roof." While this is not a new matrix for Think Tank organization, it is not a matrix that has been historically considered by the aviation industry when addressing workforce issues. Both AWD and PAMA firmly believe that the United States aviation and aerospace industries must act now to head off finding their leadership positions on the world stage diminished. As older workers move toward retirement or into different areas, new workers search to develop their careers, and incumbent populations hope to regain employment. More

Boeing 787: Dreamliner groundings continue as battery problem persists
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The Dreamliner drama continues. Airlines that have grounded the Boeing 787 continue to cancel flights as safety officials continue to investigate the planes' batteries to find the root cause of malfunctions that have caused an emergency landing, a fire and other problems. More

AAR extends recruiting for aircraft mechanics to Minnesota's Twin Cities
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AAR has job openings for 70 aircraft mechanics at its maintenance, repair and overhaul station in Duluth, Minn., and is expanding recruitment to Minneapolis and St. Paul with a job fair on Jan. 23. More

Los Angeles aviation mechanic school considers shutdown
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A 41-year-old aviation mechanics training school near a suburban Los Angeles airport is slated to be closed or relocated next year if the Los Angeles Unified School District cannot find the funds to keep the program going. The possible shutdown of North Valley Occupational Center-Aviation Center, housed in a Van Nuys Airport hangar, has sparked an outcry from local aviation industry officials who say aircraft mechanics are hard to find, the Los Angeles Times reported recently. More

Students get head start on aviation careers
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Aaron Walls looks on as one of his students uses a wrench to loosen and tighten a bolt on a training apparatus. Walls said that teaching students mechanical basics, such as proper use of common tools, is important as many students today don't have the mechanical experience their parents did. More

Premier Aviation looks to hire airframe technicians
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Despite hundreds of former Aveos Fleet Performance Ltd. aircraft maintenance workers still unemployed, Premier Aviation Overhaul Centre is advertising heavily for licensed airframe technicians it insists it cannot find. That inability has cost the company business it had to turn away, said Dave Diggle, Premier Aviation vice-president of marketing, sales and service. More


 

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