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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

First Civil Aviation Maintenance Training Symposium held in Chengdu


The First Civil Aviation Maintenance Training Symposium was held on December 12th at Chengdu, in China’s southwest province of Sichuan. The symposium, initiated and sponsored by the Mechanic Training Center of Air China, earned the support of the Airworthiness and Maintenance Department of the Southwest Regional Administration of the Civil Aviation Administration of China. Over 50 delegates took part in the first-ever maintenance training symposium held for the combined aviation maintenance training departments of the participating airlines. The symposium is in line with the provisions on training of the CAAC-147, the Regulation for Maintenance of Training Organizations. The symposium aims to strengthen the quality of training and workshops intended for instructing civil aviation professionals in charge of maintenance work. The officers and personnel from the mechanic training centers of large airline groups including Air China, China Southern, China Eastern, and Hainan airlines attended the symposium. The attendees also included delegates from the training centers of the Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering Corporation (AMECO), Okay Airways, Sichuan, and United Eagle Airlines. The First Civil Aviation Maintenance Training Symposium provided a venue for delegates to discuss and share their views on several topics about aviation maintenance training. The symposium’s topics include site exchange and training work for civil aviation aircraft type, combining theory and practice, and specialized training on electromechanical and electronics. Other points discussed during the symposium include selection of class hour, preparing aircraft-type lesson plans, the effectiveness of maintenance skill training, and the application of the “task driving” method for training of maintenance skill. During the symposium, 14 papers on maintenance training were collected. Instructors from all the training centers shared their views, knowledge, and experiences about the subject matter. They covered issues on aircraft training works, methods, and training experiences. The materials will now be used as reference for the succeeding symposiums and will serve as a basis for training works in the future.

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