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A Quick Question About Quick Questions

Each month – and sometimes more often – ARSA poses “quick question” surveys for member and industry input.

These short questionnaires allow the association to gather timely intelligence from the industry, to share information about issues that matter to the maintenance community and to prepare for upcoming events and activities. Some produce useful feedback, others gather dust on the website.

Why?

While non-response can be informative by demonstrating a lack of interest or passion for a topic, the ARSA team can’t interpret silence. All members can respond every time a “quick question” is posted; if you have no experience or expertise on a subject, say so. If it doesn’t matter to your business, type that into the comments and hit “submit.” If it does matter (or will matter someday) share your thoughts.

Collecting input allows ARSA to stay on top of what matters, to advocate for change where it is needed and to communicate the realities of aviation maintenance to a larger world.

Just review and participate in a recent survey below or click here to see every one that’s been posted since 2016.

If you have strong feelings about not participating in this kind of outreach, we hope you’ll see past the irony of telling ARSA why. Click here to submit a contact form.



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