FAA airframe and powerplant licensing learning event

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A unique learning opportunity tailored for the installation's skilled teams of aircraft maintainers will be held May 9.

At 1 p.m., representatives from the FAA Flight Standards District Office and an FAA designated mechanic examiner from Southern Utah University, Jared Britt, will be on base at the Airman Leadership Auditorium (building 385).

Unlock your career potential
This session is dedicated to deepening your understanding of the airframe and powerplant licensing process—an invaluable asset for advancing your career in aircraft maintenance. Our guests from the FAA FSDO will provide an in-depth exploration of the A&P licensing procedure, focusing on:

• Critical documents: Learn about the essential paperwork required for a successful application, including a detailed FAA Form 8610-2 walkthrough.
• Best practices: Discover expert tips for accurately completing your application, avoiding common pitfalls, and streamlining the approval process.

Insights from an expert
Britt will share invaluable insights into the examination process for obtaining your A&P license. He’ll delve into the new Airman Certification Standards and how they correlate to testing.

Additionally, don’t miss his introduction to the Military Maintainers Prep Course offered by Southern Utah University. This course is specifically designed to equip military maintainers like you with the knowledge and preparation needed to excel in your exams.

More than just a briefing
This session goes beyond mere information sharing—it’s an opportunity to engage directly with FAA experts. Bring your questions, seek clarity, and explore the intricacies of the A&P licensing process. Whether you’re already on the path to obtaining your license or simply considering future opportunities, this event is for you.

For more information, contact Tech. Sgt. Melecio Berg at melecio.berg@us.af.mil or Staff Sgt. Larry Livingston at larry.livingston.1@us.af.mil.