Avionics News February 2013 - 10
Fast Trak Training Courses Announced
The 56th annual AEA International Convention & Trade Show offers more training in one day than most shows do
in one week. Your commitment to training begins Monday,
March 25, and kicks off a full week of training with the following
courses being offered on just the first day:
• Cabin Management Systems – CMS Straight Talk (2 hours)
• HF Mysteries in Troubleshooting (2 hours)
• Aging Aircraft Wiring (4 hours)
• Passenger Entertainment Systems (4 hours)
• RVSM Maintenance (4 hours)
• Avidyne Avionics Training (6 hours)
• Qualifying of Avionics for Certification (4 hours)
• Safety Management Systems (4 hours)
• Garmin Avionics Training (8 hours)
• Rockwell Collins Venue Training (8 hours)
• Export Compliance (4 hours)
• How to use your quotes, work orders, invoices and other commercial documents to protect your right to get paid (4 hours)
Visit www.aea.net/convention for continuous training schedule announcements and updates.
Get Inspired – It’s a Sure Bet!
By attending the AEA Convention in Las Vegas, here’s just some of what you and your organization will experience:
• More than 75 hours of regulatory, technical and business management training and professional development.
Don’t miss the AEA’s Fast Traks and technical training workshops.
• The AEA Convention is the place to be to learn about the latest regulatory issues impacting your business. Each year,
representatives from the civil aviation authorities, including the FAA, TCCA, EASA and others, attend.
• Manufacturers offer dealers deep discounts as a part of the AEA’s Show Specials. These specials are only available to
attendees in Las Vegas.
• Don’t miss your opportunity to save time and money by networking with hundreds of qualified decision-makers
face-to-face in the AEA Exhibit Hall.
Advance Registration Deadline is March 5
The deadline to make an advance registration and save $80 per person off the on-site registration fee
is quickly approaching for the AEA Convention. Advance registrations will be accepted online through
March 5 at www.aea.net/convention.
A full registration includes all AEA Fast Trak sessions, seminars and technical training workshops,
as well as AEA Exhibit Hall entrance for three days and the AEA’s First-Nighter Party, Awards
Luncheon and Closing Reception.