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School’s In Session – ARSA’s Experts at Heli Expo

Going to HAI HELI-EXPO 2017 in Dallas, Texas? ARSA’s great regulatory minds will be there, and a front-row seat in their classroom is waiting for you.

Marshall S. Filler and Sarah MacLeod, the association’s foremost experts in regulatory compliance (and managing members of the firm of Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein, P.L.C.) will be leading professional education courses at HAI HELI-EXPO. Register now to make the most of your time in Dallas and get to the head of class.

Though Filler and MacLeod’s are known for their zealous advocacy on behalf of maintenance organizations, their long experience with compliance issues makes their sessions substantially valuable to any aviation professional.

All three classes are approved for IA renewal credit:


Regulations 101 – Law for the Aviation Professional
Mar. 5, 2017 – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Marshall S. Filler and Sarah MacLeod

This course offers an intensive and extensive overview of civil aviation safety requirements, including the creation of aviation safety laws and regulations, the authority and organization of the FAA, the responsibilities of industry, and how to utilize the Code of Federal Regulations to protect interests and maintain compliance.

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Public Aircraft
Mar. 6, 2017 – 8:00 a.m. to Noon
Marshall S. Filler

This course provides instruction on the statutory provisions and FAA guidance governing public aircraft operations. It covers the basic requirements for an aircraft to be operated as a public aircraft, what constitutes an eligible governmental function, and the practical implications of using the same aircraft to conduct both civil and public operations. It also discusses the FAA policy regarding operations conducted under contract for a government entity

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Regulations Affecting Aircraft Parts Purchase, Sale, Stocking and Installation
Mar. 6, 2017 – 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Sarah MacLeod

The course will review the civil aviation regulations in Title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) that impact the purchase, sale, receiving, stocking, inspection and installation of civil aviation articles for maintenance purposes. It will also overview other guidance as well as regulatory and contractual requirements that should be considered.

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Can’t make it to Dallas? The association provides plenty of opportunity for you to learn from its experts. Click here to check out the constantly-expanding library of ARSA online training.



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