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 Aviation Symposium


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Chandler-Gilbert Community College Aviation and Technology Center in partnership with the Scottsdale Flight Standards District Office is sponsoring the twenty-second Annual FREE Aircraft Maintenance Symposium.

The Symposium is designed for everyone interested in aviation in general and aviation maintenance specifically.
 
The Symposium targets quality educational needs, provides opportunities for networking with the southwest aviation community and up to date product improvement information. An expanded participant area will provide participants with current product displays and interaction with company representatives.

The success of our Symposium has been due, in large part, to the monetary contributions of the exhibitors. These monetary contributions help to pay for the Charles Taylor Awards lunch set up, coffee and donuts, all printing costs associated with the symposium, door prizes, etc.
 
Contact Information:

Bashir Khalil
Chandler-Gilbert Community College Aviation Center
7360 E. Tahoe Avenue, Bluford Hall
Mesa, AZ 85212-0908
Phone: (480) 988-8112
Fax: (480) 988-8232 or (480) 988-8129

The Symposium will provide training addressing current issues and can be used toward
  • Renewal of an Inspection Authorization (IA) ratings
  • For technicians to earn points for the Aviation Maintenance Technicians Award
  • Pilots to earn credit toward the Wings Program
The Symposium will provide an opportunity for
  • Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certificate holders to renew their Inspection Authorization (IA) ratings
  • Technicians to earn points for the Aviation Maintenance Technicians Award.
  • Pilots can earn credit toward the Wings Program.
Participants
  • An expanded participant area will provide attendees with current product displays and interaction with company representatives.
  • Participant contributions in the form of drawing and door prizes help to account for the large attendance at these events.
  • Participants are responsible for all shipping arrangements, labels etc. UPS, FedEx and other shipping companies will be able to pick up on site.
Speakers
  • Speakers from the aviation community will provide informative, challenging, and insightful classes.
  • Advanced speaker schedules will not be available until the 5th of March at registration time.