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for: ‘Aviation’

The ‘Air Capital of the World’ Has a Problem: Too Few Aviation Workers

This sun-baked central Kansas city has long been a center of aircraft manufacturing, with sprawling facilities for companies like Textron Inc. and Spirit AeroSystems Holdings Inc. dotting the landscape.

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NC3 and Wichita Area Technical College Host 1st Annual Aviation Summit

November 9, 2016, a day long-awaited for NC3 Executive Director, Roger Tadajewski and President Sheree Utash of WATC as they welcomed a large group of college administrators and aviation industry decision-makers from around the country to the first ever NC3 Aviation Summit.

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NC3 Member, West MEC, adds Snap-on Level5 Automated Tool Control System to its World-Class Aviation Center

Western Maricopa Educational Center recently implemented the Snap-on Level 5 Tool Control System to the tool crib of its FAA certified aviation program. West-MEC’s world-class aviation training facility provides the unique opportunity for its high school students to become FAA certified A & P Mechanics immediately upon graduation.

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PCC’s Aviation Technology Graduates in Aug. 9 Completion Ceremony

Nearly three dozen highly trained aviation technologists marked their transition into the aviation industry on Friday evening, Aug. 9, as part of PCC’s Aviation Technology Program completion ceremony.

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Halldale Group: The Future is Now

With passenger traffic climbing globally and a record number of new aircraft orders, the time for training many highly qualified aircraft maintenance technicians is upon us. Robert W. Moorman investigates.

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