PistonPower™ by AEPC™ (AeroEngine Protection Corp.) and PAMA announced the formation of a scholarship program for individuals interested in a career as an aircraft maintenance technician and provide an additional income opportunity for PAMA members.
The PistonPower™ referral program allows PAMA members to offer customers a variety of maintenance programs and receive a commission of 3% of the enrollment fee. Just one enrollment a month will add up to $3,000 a year. There is no limit to how many enrollments you can refer.
For more information about the family of PistonPower™ programs refer customers to Remi Szymanski. Send their contact information along with info and hours on the aircraft to RS@PISTONPOWER.COM or phone 941-726-5439.
You can also tune in to the previously-recorded webinar for more information.
Earlier this year, PAMA elected new leadership. The Honorable John Goglia took the reins in January and is hard at work forging partnerships and developing new initiatives that will ensure PAMA’s sustainability and viability.
After decades of experience as a mechanic at United Airlines and US Airways, John was the first and only airframe and powerplant mechanic to receive a presidential appointment to the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), serving from August 1995 to June 2004. He played a key role in focusing international attention on the increasing significance of aircraft maintenance in aviation accidents
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