After a slow few months for the Aviation industry, things are slowly picking back up and moving towards a new ‘normal’. As the restrictions ease in various countries and more airlines start flying again, the requirement for Aircraft Engineers, Mechanics etc. is beginning to increase.
Before going back to work, it’s important to ensure that your Human Factors, Fuel Tank Safety and EWIS training certs are all in date (it is a mandatory requirement to undertake continuation training for these courses within every two year period) to prevent any delays.
Bostonair provide both initial and continuation online courses for all of the above mentioned courses.
We also provide online training for:
- Dangerous Goods
- Part M: Maintenance Planning Essentials
- Part 145: Production Planning
To purchase a course, visit our online store – http://bostonair.co.uk/technical-training/online-training/
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