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Quick Question – Age Yourself (and Your People)

The “aging” maintenance workforce is a regular talking point. As current technicians reach their fifth and sixth decades, finding and preparing people to replace those “master mechanics” is an essential goal for career development and industry health. Doing so requires targeting training at both technical and regulatory knowledge (ARSA can help with that).

While there is useful data and anecdotes about the ages of technicians, most information about the workforce at large is limited. Help ARSA support the next generation of aviation professionals – and build instruction sessions for developing inspectors, supervisors, and technicians, by answering this month’s “quick question”:

Note: The question is displayed in its own, embedded window. If the “Submit” button is not visible on the screen, you must scroll within the survey window to submit your response.

If the embedded survey does not appear/load, open the survey independently by visiting: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/qq-avmro-aging.

Click here to see what questions have been asked and answered…and keep a lookout for more.



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