FlightSafety Master Technician training provides aviation maintenance professionals with in-depth instruction and real-world practical training. This innovative and unique program is designed to enable maintenance technicians to further enhance their contributions to the safety, reliability and operating efficiency of the aircraft or components they support and maintain. The industry-leading Master Technician training program was developed in close collaboration with aviation manufacturers and the experience and expertise of FlightSafety’s highly qualified maintenance training professionals. Enhance your technical and professional abilities to develop more advanced skills through one or more of our five paths to becoming a Master Technician.
Airframe – Builds on your proven technical abilities with airframe-specific instruction and hands-on practical training.
Avionics – Aircraft-specific in-depth training, including hands-on practical instruction, complemented by a range of additional elective courses to perfectly match your specific needs.
Composites – Delivers an overview of composite use in airframes and builds skills in both repair and fabrication of composite structures.
Engine-Specific – In-depth engine-specific training, including hot section inspection and engine condition trend monitoring, plus electives to reinforce current knowledge or round out overall skills.
Management – Provides the skills you need to interact effectively with customers, managers and coworkers, preparing you for a management position.
Once you’ve earned a Master Technician certificate, you can continue to expand both your skill sets and your career possibilities with additional Master Technician certificates. Additional certificates typically require fewer courses than the first certificate, acknowledging the training you’ve already completed.
A knowledgeable, motivated technician beneﬁts all aspects of your operation.
Join more than 4,000 Master Technicians worldwide. Here are a few of the advantages.
Put your career on the fast track. For additional information, please call Maintenance Training Sales, 800.291.0679, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some rules and restrictions apply. Courses may differ based on program type. Please contact the Learning Center or your Regional Maintenance Sales Manager for details.