Sat, Apr 26, 2003
FAA Accepted for Technician, Mechanic, and Pilot Training
The FAA has now approved the ElectronicFlight
Solutions' CompleteLearning Library of avionics training modules on
Weather, Traffic, Terrain Awareness and Garmin GNS 530/430 as
credit for the required training for the Inspection Authorization
(IA) renewal program, under section 65.93(a)(4). Each module of
Weather, Traffic and Terrain counts as four (4) hours of training,
while the Garmin module counts as (8) eight hours. Upon completion
of a training module, a technician will receive a certificate with
the proper FAA endorsement.
Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Awards
Program - ElectronicFlight CompleteLearning Library of
training modules has also been accepted as training credit in the
Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Awards Program for airframe
& power plant technicians.
Training under Part 145 - After successful completion of
training and testing of ElectronicFlight Solutions CompleteLearning
Software technicians will receive a certificate of training
acceptable under Part 145.
Pilot Training - All four available modules
have been accepted for the "Wings" pilot proficiency program. After
successful completion of training and testing each pilot will
receive a certificate of training that will be sent in to the FAA
for credit towards the Wings program.
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