The ARAMC Organizing Committee is pleased to announce rthe 40th Annual Atlantic Region Aircraft Maintenance will be held April 18th-20th, 2018. The theme of the Conference is Maintenance: More than just Wrenches! ARAMC 2018 is a forum where aviation personnel and distributors interact and conduct business.
A formal agenda will be provided; however, here’s a short overview:
The ARAMC registration desk will be open commencing Wednesday p.m. April 18th on the 2nd Floor located adjacent to the display and conference area on the 2nd floor. which is also booth set-up day.
Planning is underway for some OEM technical briefings sessions - Bell Hellicopher, Rolls-Royce M250 and Textron Aviation, Beechcraft and Cessna Props - on Wednesday afternoon followed by the annual Wednesday evening "Meet-and-Greet". Note: On Wednesday, April 18th, the A.M.E. Association will be holding a HF course,commencing early that morning, at the Hotel and the Instructor is Norbert Belliveau. Course registration will be via the website -www.atlanticame.com
The conference officially begins on the 19th with the Technical Program. The main sessions (tbc) are as follows:
- Transport Canada Panel
- From AME to Manager - Presented by Atlantic AME Association President David Hall
- Leading Learning in the Internet of Thinmgs - Biyd Parsons, Air Canada
- AS9110 & The AMO - Tony Perry, IMP Aerospace
- Transport Canada Presentation - Allan Chaulk, Transport Canada
- Advance Oil Anaylsis Technology - Stephane Daviault, Gastops
- Bearing Maintenance & Repair - Greg Diem, Timkin Aerospace
- Care & Usage of Torqueing Tools - Snap On Tools
- Oils & Greases & Why They Matter - Christina Allan, Aeroshell
- Piston Ignition Systems - Joe Logie, Champion Aerospace
It promises to be interesting and very informative for AME's, apprentices, aircraft owners and operators. Concurrent sessions will be run through most of the day on the 19th. The cirriculum meets the Transport Canada Up-date training requirements as outlined in CAR 573.06
A displayer sponsored luncheon will be held on the 19th for all registered delegates.
There will be an Industry social scheduled in the exhibit area on Thursday afternoon. The Awards Banquet is being held that evening and this presents an opportunity to honour those outstanding Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and their companies in the Atlantic Region for their contribution to their trade. .
Friday, April 20th, is another day for the Technical Program and displays.
Teardown begins at noon on the 20th, followed by closing remarks, conclusion of Silent Auction, and prize-draws for delegates