While delivery of “level 1” part 147 content is relatively straightforward—aviation maintenance instructors are getting very familiar with zoom and other platforms that allow for student-instructor interactions—how are schools providing students with the opportunity to complete lab work needed to graduate their A&P programs? Get information on some online resources, how some are narrowing the scope of what needs to be done in-person vs. remotely, and utilization of real-world experience as a stopgap for part 147 requirements.
The webinar will take place on Friday, April 10, 2020 at 11 AM CT. Registration is free to ATEC members.
4/9/2020 12:34:44 pm
Nothing like getting charged for 6 hours of education for 2 hours a day and not meeting the 147 requirements, nor getting the required hands on to pass the O&P, or having to expose myself to equipment that hasn’t been cleaned in decades, usually handled by previous students minutes before. Governor required all schools to close. The testing facility is closed! How is this a business of necessity? Most students I’ve talked to are out raged,, the student contracts should be rewritten,, this is not what I was paying for.
4/10/2020 06:53:09 am
They dont care bout students,,‘its all bout $$$$$
4/9/2020 12:38:29 pm
Zoom does not meet any privacy laws that are required for schools.
4/9/2020 04:59:20 pm
If level 1 is reading a chapter in a book, then we’re being over charged. Why are the feds wasting time and money on a 3 month situation, all 147 schools should be delayed, period. Your forcing students to pay full time tuition for reading a book or watching a video at home, or stop going to school, and start paying for college loans. Come back to school after missing 2 classes forces graduation dates back by as much as a year, per most students contacts.
4/13/2020 06:14:01 am
I recently took 2 webuinars and never receivced my completion certificate
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