Ontario 2019 AME Conference
“Where Aviation Excellence Takes Flight”
September 12th & 13th, 2019
Thursday and Friday
The Hilton Meadowvale Resort and Conference Centre
6750 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, Ontario L5N 2L3
Ph: (800) 422-8238 or (905)542-4003
Reserve before August 15th to receive special Ontario AME Conference rate
The registration cost for this year’s event is:
Prior to September 5th, 2019
Current AME Association Members: $100.00 / Non-AME Association Members: $110.00
After September 5th, 2019 - Registration at Event Only
Current AME Association Member: $125.00 / Non-AME Association Member: $135.00
Save $25.00 per person by booking early!!!
As always, there will be over 50 exhibitors that participate at the Conference. These exhibitors are comprised of many sectors of the Aviation Community such as Airlines, Repair & Overhaul Facilities, Manufacturers, Distributors…to name a few.
The AME Association of Ontario will be holding their Annual General Meeting on Thursday September 12th, 2019. **All attendees…..NOW is the time to discover what the AME Association is all about. We urge you to seriously consider joining the AME Association. This is your chance to join an organization to voice your views and concerns about YOUR industry.
On Thursday September 12th, there will be an “Industry Social”. This is a perfect opportunity to mingle and meet with exhibitors and peers. Even if you aren’t able to attend the workshop, we encourage you to come and meet your suppliers at the social. Entrance for this event is free.
Special Events and Technical Sessions
Thursday September 12th from 4:30-6:30 pm
2019 AME Skills Challenge
This year we are continuing on with the AME Skills Challenge, which will see maintenance professionals compete in broad-range of events that will highlight technical skills. Join the Skills Challenge to watch the industry’s leading certified aircraft maintenance technicians, engineers and students compete in 6 challenging skills tests.
Compete with current and future maintenance professionals who will test combined abilities against their peers. The purpose is to raise awareness of the training and skills needed to provide safe and airworthy aircraft worldwide! We are looking for teams consisting of up to 3 professionals per team to compete for regional bragging rights and prizes. Each team of 3 will be paired with one student.
Limited spaces and sponsorship opportunities available. **must be registered/paid in full for the AME Conference to participate. Contact Cara Tweyman at email@example.com to sign up.
Geared Turbo Fan for A220 Aircraft (Pratt & Whitney)
Program Update (Airbus Canada)A220
The “Mechanics” of SMS Reporting (Sunwing)
Mindful Leadership in Aviation (RPM Mentoring)
Evolving Your Career as an AME (WinAir)
Attitude is 85% (AME Association of Ontario)
Importing & Exporting Aviation Components (Sea Cargo Air Cargo)
Bell 505 Update (Bell Helicopter)
Dassault Program Review & Maintenance Tips (Dassault Falcon Jet)
Collins Avionics: Available Upgrades and Installation Support (Collins Avionics)
Q400 Propellers (Dowty)
Mobilizing Maintenance (TRAX)
AD Development & SDR Process (Transport Canada)
Aircraft Import/Export Administrative Procedures (Transport Canada)
Lycoming Engine Care & Maintenance (Lycoming Engines)
Fundamental Electrical Systems (Hartzell Engine Technologies)
Canada Labour Code Amendments: Impact on Aviation (Emond Harnden LLP)
Compression Testing for Aircraft Piston Engines (Superior Air Parts)
Managing Your Risk & Insurance as an AME (Sound Insurance)
GE Inspection Technologies
Continental Aerospace Technologies
Workshops (must register-21 people max):
Human Factors Course - Friday September 13th, 2019
(email firstname.lastname@example.org to register)
For program updates
**Program Subject to Change. Please check the Attendee Information page for technical presentation updates at www.ame-ont.com