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11-16-10 Meridian Air Charter to host Aviall Services NiCad and Lead Batteries handling course

                                   Inspection Authorization Renewal Course

                                   Training Course Agenda / Syllabus

                                   Aviall Services,Inc.

                                   Meridian Jet Center

                                   485 Industrial Ave

                                   Teterboro,New Jersey  Tel 201-288-3880

                                   November,16th,2010 10:00AM to 2:30 PM


Presenter: John W Vogt


Section 1: Hazmat, MSDS, Safety and Handling of NiCad & Lead Acid Batteries        30 Mins

Section 2:  Mfg Maintenance Manuals Website, Theory of Electric                                30 Mins  

Section 3:  In bound inspection, Inprocess-Inspection NiCad & Lead Batteries              30 Mins

Section 4:  NiCad Battery servicing, Maintenance & Top charge, Capacity Check         30 Mins

Section 5:  Deep Cycle, Water Level Service and Trouble shooting NiCad Batteries      30 Mins

Section 6: Shorted Cells, Soft Shorted Cells and Capacity Failures                                 30 Mins

Section 7:  Safety, Inspection Servicing Sealed Lead Acid Batteries                               30 Mins

Section 8:  NiCad Power packs, Charger Operation and float charger Operations           30 Mins

                                                                                          Total Training                          4 Hours








General Maintenance

Meridian Jet Center is Venue for APU Training classes

Meridian Jet Center invited aviation maintenance technicians fom the NY- NJ area to an APU training class held at the Meridian Teterboro location at 485 industrial Avenue – Teterboro Airport
Meridian Jet Center’s awarded Maintenance crew train regularly to keep current. They are regular recipients of the The Aviation Maintenance Technician Awards (AMT). The awards are issued based on the amount of training receivedin one calendar year. The AMT awards program has five levels, or phases,of recognition.