Attendees will learn the proper methods for conducting pitot-static and transponder tests and inspections. This full-day course offers a regulatory review and an explanation of the proper administrative procedures for completing these critical certifications. Preparing and performing RVSM inspection tasks. ADS-B session covering installation, wiring and return to service review.
Presented by: Don Dominguez of Radioman Avionics
FAA Accepted 8 Hours - Course # C-IND-IM-170106-K-010-005
- Regulatory Review:91.411 and 91.413; FAR 43, Appendix E and F; FAR 43.9, “Content Form and Disposition of Maintenance and Alterations Records Review.”
- Technical Review: Step-by-step altimeter, pitot/static and transponder inspection training from set up to final documentation; time-saving tips for conducting testing in a logical order; Appendix E and F, “Management Training.”
- Course Materials: Step-by-step procedures, sample checkout forms and FAR reference materials; standard practices; and tips and tricks from experienced industry technicians.
- General RVSM information.
- Altimetry system error (ASE).
- Continued Airworthiness Programs.
- The New Part 91 Appendix G.
- AC 91-85B.
- Preparing for your inspection task.
- Performing the inspection task.
- Q & A
- A “Introduction to Operating and Maintaining Aircraft in RVSM Airspace” Handout will be provided to Attendees.
- Demonstration of configuration and test procedures.
- FAR reference material applicable to ADS-B.
- Design and architecture of an ADS-B upgrade.
- Avionics equipment interfacing considerations for ADSB in.
- ADS-B installation and wiring review and design.
- System configurations for ADS-B equipment.
- Conformity inspection of ADS-B equipment.
- Documentation and return to service.
Great refresher course. Would recommend.
Definitely recommend for anyone trying to make themselves more valuable to their company.
Great experience and very educational
If you haven't attended this class for pitot/static testing you're probably doing it wrong.
Its a must for those looking to learn about the pitot/static testings.
great class to introduce ADSB procedures to your business.
I attended via live simulcast & it was just like being in the classroom. the instructor was very knowledgeable & did a great job to keep the course interesting. I learned a lot & look forward to the next opportunity to attend a course with AEA. An EXTRA thank you to Aaron Ward for going above & Beyond to set up with this training viva web during the Covid pandemic.
I learned a ton with this presentation and look forward to more opportunities to learn more from you guys in the future. Thank you very much!
very informative. A must take class
very good class and awesome instructor
very good information
Please attend this class if you are heavy on Pitot/Static & Transponder inspections/tests!!!
Don't miss this class!
Good class, time was taken to answer all questions
The course is great for explaining what is expected from the technician when following the FAR
Great presentation. Great material and references
Don provides lots of information very sisinctly. efficent learning
Worth the expense. Staff is very knowledgeable & friendly
Adequate info to get overall view of pitot static certs
Go for it if you have remedial knowledge of the systems
Great class, lots of information
Very informative. engaging presentation. Excellent instruction with valuable advice and tech tips.
This is a great training
Great class. Very informative.
Useful information relevant to modern installs
It helps to have a little background in 411/413
Very good presentation, professional atmosphere
The class is well worth the time and effort if you have not done 91.411, 91.413 tests before.
Well worth the drive for the information they give you. Above and beyond what I expected to gain from this class.
Very good and informational
Well worth the time and money. Instructor is very knowledgeable
I would recommend to attend. Instructor was very knowledgeable and well prepared.
Very informative class for ADS-B installation and avionics shop opening
It's good on demonstrating how things work
Very engaging, focusing on updated and current equipment, and standards. Provides plenty of information about the subject.
This course will get you started in the right direction. The right way!
Very good information on pitot-static and ADS-B testing.
Take sooner rather than later
Well worth the investment.
This course is a great way to prepare to conduct pitot static and transponder tests.
Definitely worth the time and the handouts will always be useful
Excellent and full of information
Very informative and very entertaining instructor
Really good class to take. A lot of information you will have.
Good class. Spend your money and take it.
If you want to learn Pitot Static and ADS-B this is the place.
Worth your time and money!
I would encourage them to attend. My future employees will be attending.
Spend the money and take this class, you won't be let down. This class is beyond informational and covers everything.
Very helpful for anyone new to avionics
Very informative for the beginner and novice techs
Yes is most for integrity practice
It's well worth the 8 hours because you'll definitely learn something new regardless of how long you're been involved with avionics.
Great for new technicians or tech with 10 plus years of experience
Great collection of information from beginner to advanced.
You will feel a lot more confident in performing pitot static and transponder certs.
Worth the class
Very good class for introduction to XPDR's/Pitot/Static systems but informative enough for recurrencey.
Good course to get a better understanding of Pitot/Static testing.
Lots of info. Definitely worth it.
Very good for people getting started with 91.411/413
Very informative for a novice tech
Great for the guy just starting in pitot/stat world maybe not if you have been doing it a while.
The information is there for you, pay attention and sock it in. Don't be afraid to ask questions.
Course covers a lot of info quickly, come with the basics and learn how to be better at your craft.
Pay close attention, there is a lot of info in a short time.
Solid training for experienced guys or new to the applicable course material.
Very informative training course
Very interesting. Come with a little background or you will be lost.
Understanding the importance of pitot static and ADS-B is easy with this class.
Worth the money and time
10/10 would attend again
Well worth time, a bit overwhelming for myself. At this point.
My first class w/AEA. Really looking forward to tomorrow’s RVSM session...
This course is a good course for the basic information about the 91.411/413 process
Definitely worth attending!
Good for people with little to no experience using test sets or doing testing
Don Dominguez is so up beat and passionate about what he is teaching makes the time go by so fast.
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