The Aeronautical Repair Station Association (ARSA) has opened an online survey to get industry input on the training content most needed by the aviation maintenance community. The association’s training program has taken many forms over the past decade and after a break in live sessions that began in 2014, ARSA’s educational component reopened last year. The full regulatory schedule began in earnest in September with a three-part series on the purchase, receiving and sale of aircraft parts.
“It was exciting when we hosted those first sessions last September,” said Brett Levanto, vice president of operations for Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein, the firm that manages the association. “Our office hosts decades of hard-won experience in regulatory compliance and these sessions are a means for us to make good on it.”
The most highly requested topics will be added to the association's training schedule. Recordings of completed live sessions are made accessible in ARSA's expanding training library. The survey will close on Friday, August 26.