Events & Training
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From online training to professional presentations and appearances including the association’s two annual events (see below), stay on top of the maintenance community’s key dates. For each event, basic information is provided along with references for more information and registration as appropriate. Click here to view the calendar.
Each year, ARSA hosts members and invited guests for its Legislative Day on Capitol Hill and its Annual Repair Symposium in Arlington, VA. This is an opportunity to join aviation professionals from around the world and engage directly on issues that matter to the maintenance industry. The Annual Repair Symposium is the perfect place to connect with officials from the FAA and other authorities, as well as key members of Congress and your colleagues. Click here for more information about Symposium.
The ARSA Strategic Leadership Conference (SLC) is an event that provides industry leaders from around the world an informal setting to discuss important issues facing aviation maintenance. Federal agencies, congressional leaders, customer representatives and industry partners are invited to share ideas, objectives and solutions to common issues. Click here to learn more.
Out of practice on aviation policy and regulations? Stay up to date with ARSA training! ARSA’s instructors have trained thousands of aviation professionals over the last 30 years with a primary focus on the requirements of Title 14 CFR pertaining to design, production and maintenance. Click here for upcoming and on-demand training session information.
First bestowed on Leo Weston himself in 2005, the Weston award honors an instrumental figure in ARSA’s birth by recognizing individuals who embody his commitment to the industry’s safety and success. The symposium provides a venue for association members and invited guests from around the world to network and discuss issues that matter to the aviation maintenance industry. It is the perfect time to respect the history of the repair station community and honor the good works of those who support it. Click here to learn more.