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Cessna picks Advanced Composites Training for Corvalis repair

Advanced Composites Training has been certified as an Approved Training Facility for structural repair technologies on the new Corvalis 350/400TT all-composite aircraft.

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Posted on: 6/1/2009
Source: CompositesWorld
Advanced Composites Training (ACT, London, Ontario, Canada) announced on May 27 that the Cessna Aircraft Co. (Wichita, Kan., USA), has certified ACT as an Approved Training Facility for structural repair technologies on the new Corvalis 350/400TT all-composite aircraft. 

Cessna approved ACT as a training provider based upon ACT's international reputation for delivering the highest certification standards available in composites training, ACT reports a responsiveness to specific customer requirements and a commitment to excellence that is unsurpassed in the training industry.

Cessna was seeking to enhance the capabilities of technicians working in its world-wide network of Authorized Service Facilities, by providing aircraft technicians with a broader knowledge of composite materials and repair technologies. The ACT-customized "Corvalis 350/400TT Composite Repair" training course will enable Cessna Technicians to incorporate state-of-the-art techniques and procedures directly into their current operations.

ACT courses are internationally recognized as meeting and exceeding all standards for Advanced Composite Technician training. All of ACTs composites courses are now approved by the American Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for  Inspector Authorization Renewal. This allows ACT to provide training services for the needs of all FAA regulated aircraft maintenance organizations, based upon industry created National Occupational Standards.

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