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Technical Sales / Onsites

Onsite course listing can be found here.

Technical / Onsite Training Sales
Helen Demopoulos
Tel.:       514-344-7029
Onsites: http://batraining.com/onsites
helen.demopoulos@aero.bombardier.com 

Technical Training

"Bombardier Training is offering Free Engine Run and Taxi (ERT) training for Challenger 300/350 technicians who book and attend an initial type course either in Dallas or Montreal during the months of January, February, or March of 2018. Technicians who qualify can attend the ERT training while on their initial course (off hours) or stay after the initial course is completed to attend the ERT. Please contact Helen Demopoulos for more details at helen.demopoulos@aero.bombardier.com or 514-344-7029." - All CL-300/350 initial type class dates are available online at www.batraining.com/tech-training

 

Effective Maintenance = Successful Operations

Bombardier offers aircraft operators a complete package of core and specialty technical training courses. We understand that the key to successful aircraft operations is a strong and effective maintenance program, and the foundation of an effective maintenance program is world-class training.

As a Part 147 approved training organization, our courses comply with all the regulatory requirements of Transport Canada, EASA, and FAA.

Professional Instructors

Delivered by a team of professional maintenance instructors, our innovative training programs are delivered to meet ATA 104 guidelines for aircraft maintenance training. Each instructor has extensive experience in aircraft maintenance and instruction. Achievement of the instructional objectives ensures that the customer's maintenance personnel are well prepared to maintain the aircraft to the highest possible standards.

Safety Shoes and Safety Glasses for Aircraft Visits

Occupational Safety and Health regulations at Bombardier facilities mandate that the use of safety shoes (steel toe) and safety glasses are to be worn by all persons while in the production areas.

Note: Aircraft visits are conducted on all Initial Type and Avionics EASA B2 Type courses.

A new pair of safety glasses is provided by the training center for your use. However, you may prefer to bring your own pair if you have prescription safety glasses since the provided pairs do not fit over all types of eye glasses. We highly recommend you bring your own pair of safety shoes with you to the training center. Over-shoe style safety toe protectors will be provided for those not having their own safety shoes.