California Power Systems, the only West Coast Rotax Training Center, recently completed a new training and maintenance facility at the company’s Oakland International Airport (OAK) North Field facility.
The new facility includes a 600-square-foot classroom designed especially for advanced Rotax training, according to company officials. It is equipped with wireless internet, a large screen LCD TV monitor for slide show and video presentations, built-in audio system for easy listening, clean room assembly area, climate control, and dedicated food service area. Facilities are designed for students to do hands-on work on actual aircraft as well as full teardown and reassembly of a Rotax engine. A few steps outside the classroom a working aircraft offers every student the opportunity to perform most any service or maintenance operation on a running powerplant.
The next classes are scheduled for February 10-19, 2010, including 912 Service, 912 Maintenance, and 912 Heavy Maintenance. For previous students who want to stay current, a special one-day refresher class is going to be held on Feb. 19, which will fulfill the Rotax requirements for two-year update and will include reissuing of all current badge holders.
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