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 A Veteran Owned Firm

Specialized Training

Roy Resto; 

Is active in creating an informative and lively blog for the Aviation Suppliers Association. Many of these are informative and useful for training. 

Here’s the link:

Aviation Suppliers

AIM is pleased to offer training customized to fit your specific needs. Typical training can consist of on-site classroom training or in-shop training. The training material generated becomes your property at the conclusion of the services, or if desired the training material can be created for impartation by your own employees after a “Train the Trainer” session. If desired, AIM can come on site and create a video training session for wide distribution within your firm; we can do the design, scripting, and filming, and you can participate in the editing.

  • Human Factors
  • Federal Aviation Regulations, Orders, and Advisory Circulars
  • How to become a Repair Station
    Creation of tests to gauge and document training effectiveness
  • How to become an EASA Approved Repair Station
  • Receiving Inspection
  • For Sales and Purchasing Staff: An Overview of How and Why? Includes: Trace for New Parts and Trace for Surplus Parts; Drop Shipping; Direct Shipping; Suspected Unapproved Parts; standardized industry accepted terminology; How new parts are certified; use of approved supplier lists; PMA and TSO parts, Standard and Commercial Parts; Tags and Documentation (includes 8130-3); Life Limited Parts; Shelf Life limited parts; Airworthiness Directives, ATA Chapters, ATA Spec 300 Packaging, Hazmat; the types of operators (121, 129, 135, 145, Foreign), BER, National Stock Numbers, Use of DAR’s and more. NOTE: This class is a popular request and I am often asked to come back and perform it periodically.
  • ESD Handling
  • Airline Economics
  • Introduction to “Power By the Hour” Contracts
  • Suspected Unapproved Parts for Receiving Inspectors
  • Trace Documentation for Receiving Inspectors and sales/purchasing staff
  • How to get positioned to do business with the government
  • Customized training based on your individual needs. This in-fact constitutes most of the training which AIM imparts, in recognition that every customer has unique aspects within their operation.

These are recent titles, but check the blog site for continuing updates and new postings

 

  • ESD: THE SHOCKING TRUTH
  • DETERMINING THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING PROFICIENCY OF AVIATION APPLICANTS AND EMPLOYEES
  • AIRCARRIER RELIABILITY PROGRAMS UPDATES
  • AIRLINE BID POSTINGS FOR MRO WORK
  • ACCELERATION OF PRIVATIZATION OF GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
  • THE USEO OF MIS-USE OF CONDITION CODES FOR NEW, FACTORY NEW, OR NEW SURPLUS PARTS
  • C OF C’S, BEWARE THE DIFFERENCES
  • OBSERVATIONS FROM A HEAD HUNTER
  • THE POWER OF FREE TEXT ON YOUR PUCHASE ORDERS
  • RETHINK THOSE AIRLINE MANUALS
  • FAA INSPECTOR VARIATIONS
  • AUTONOMIC LOGISTICS
  • DOOLITTLE: AVIATION LEGEND
  • TRENDS IN MRO AGREEMENTS
  • AFTERMARKET TAGS: OVERHAULED VS. REPAIRED VS 2 YEARS
  • REDUCING TURNAROUND TIME, TAT: A HOLISTIC VIEW
  • DROP SHIP PRECAUTIONS
  • CHRONIC OR ROGUE PARTS
  • EXEMPTIONS, WAIVERS, DEVIATIONS, AND AUTHORIZATIONS
  • PARTS POOLING
  • STOLEN AIRCRAFT PARTS