CAMC new pre-forum workshops
Aug. 24, 2010, Ottawa, Ont. – The Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council (CAMC), in partnership with the Western Aerospace Alliance is staging its 19th annual CAMC Forum and AGM in Vancouver, British Columbia from September 29th to October 1st, 2010.
August 24, 2010 By Melissa Damota
Aug. 24, 2010, Ottawa, Ont. – The Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council (CAMC), in partnership with the Western Aerospace Alliance is staging its 19th annual CAMC Forum and AGM in Vancouver, British Columbia from September 29th to October 1st, 2010. CAMC’s annual Forum is one of the foremost events in the Canadian aviation and aerospace industry. Delegates hear first-hand about industry trends and best practices, expand their contact networks, and recognize the exceptional contributions of their peers.
New For 2010 – As an added and new element to the Forum and AGM, CAMC has arranged four, one-day, pre-Forum workshops that will be held on Wednesday, September 29th. These events will provide an excellent opportunity for aviation professionals to gain some valuable training. For those registered to attend the CAMC Forum and AGM, there will be a discounted fee for signing up for one of the first three workshops. Attendance at the HR and Training Solutions for Small Airports is free of charge with a Forum registration. For a nominal fee, the sessions are also available to industry professionals who are not registering for the full Forum and AGM.
1. Aircraft de/anti-Icing
British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), Aerospace Technology Campus
3800 Cessna Drive – Richmond, BC – CIBC room 198 Times – 0830 – 1700
Facilitated by Walter Randa, President, Leading Edge De-icing Specialists Ltd.
Leading Edge is dedicated to promoting the clean aircraft concept within the aviation industry. It provides the best and most comprehensive Ground Icing Safety Training to flight crews and aircraft de/anti-icing service providers. Its’ Fly Clean, Fly Safe program emphasizes standardized aircraft de/anti-icing methods and procedures that are essential for maintaining safe operations.
A Leading-Edge/CAMC certificate of training will be awarded to all participants who successfully complete the course.
2. Human Performance in Aviation Maintenance (HPIAM)
Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre, Port Alberni Room Times – 0830 – 1600
Need Recurrent Human Factors Certification? Join other industry representatives attending CAMC’s one-day Recurrent Human Factors (HPIAM) Training course. Completing the course will ensure you maintain your Human Factors certification.
CAMC’s course is informative, interactive and 100% geared to the unique needs and interests of aviation. It meets the highest standards of excellence for the aviation and aerospace industry, and exceeds Transport Canada requirements for recurrent training, by covering all key components, such as “the Dirty Dozen.”
A CAMC Certificate of Attestation will be awarded to all participants who successfully complete the course.