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A Member Asked Part 147

A five-year FAA reauthorization bill includes several programs that will expand the aviation maintenance workforce pipeline and benefit part 147...

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Purdue University is conducting a study on electric propulsion and its integration into aviation technical programs. If you work in the aviation or...

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The Council is currently accepting pitches for breakout presentations at the ATEC Conference in Norfolk, VA on March 16-19, 2025. Suggested topics...

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Registration is open for a comprehensive three-day event featuring Teacher Training and an Industry Showcase. Hosted by Tulsa Tech Riverside Campus...

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An instructor from Purdue University and a student from Pittsburg Institute of Technology have been named the 2024 recipients of ATEC's most...

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David L. Jones Receives both the Charles Taylor Master Mechanic Award and the Wright Brothers Master Pilot Award

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The aviation industry is undergoing rapid evolution, with advancements in technology and changing regulations continuously reshaping the landscape....

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The collaborative effort to donate surplus materials for educational purposes has reached a significant milestone, with over two million dollars’...

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One AMTS position and one industry position will be available on the ATEC Board this fall. Nominations will be accepted...

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Ekanos is an interactive eBook that aligns with the FAA Mechanic Airman Certification Standards (ACS). The resource is currently used by over 1,100...

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The Journal is currently accepting submissions of scholarly, research, application, or opinion articles. Suggested topics include, but are not...

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The "norms reports" (available here) were initially published to support the "quality of instruction" requirements in the old part 147. As far...

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