Learn how to keep your MD helicopter in the air.
GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR MD HELICOPTER
MD Helicopters offers maintenance training to customers to help them get the most out of their rotorcraft and maximize its lifespan. Our courses are designed for FAA/repair station certified mechanics, but they’re open to any customers that want to learn more about the inner workings of their aircraft.
View our training schedule to see available upcoming courses.
WHAT STUDENTS ARE SAYING
“Excellent training! The benefit of factory training is so valuable; I am going to recommend as Chief Pilot to my department that every member of our unit receives factory training.”
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MAINTENANCE TRAINING COURSES
MD Helicopter’s maintenance training is designed to give you the knowledge and skills necessary to safely maintain your MD aircraft, including technical publications related to your helicopter. You’ll get classroom instruction combined with hands-on practical exercises on our static maintenance trainer so you’ll be able to confidently execute the inspection, operation, and repair of any of our MD Helicopters models.
Please Note: Maintenance training is scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis. A confirmation letter from MD Helicopters customer training is required to reserve your space.
These Maintenance Training Courses are designed for technicians, mechanics, and engineers who have a civilian airframe and powerplant license and those with foreign country equivalent or military equivalent skill identifiers MOS Military Occupation Specialty or AIT Advanced Individual Training. Although these certifications are not required, students with minimal experience will find these courses more rigorous
Courses are conducted in English so students must be proficient in reading, speaking, and oral comprehension. Translators are not allowed in English-speaking courses. Students who are not fluent in English must schedule a special course that lasts an additional week and you must provide your own translator. This longer course will entail an additional cost
To complete the course, you’ll need to pass one open-book written exam per week consisting of 25-50 questions, and you can’t miss more than one day of class. Those who score below 70% on either examination will be issued a Certificate of Attendance.
Upon successful completion of the course, you’ll receive a Certificate of Completion from MD Helicopters that shows you have completed factory training, and MD Helicopters will retain a record of your training if you ever need to validate your course completion.
MAINTENANCE TRAINING IN ACTION.
Call us or use the Maintenance Registration Form to register for the course of your choice.