Concorde Battery’s 2021 IA Renewal Series goes virtual

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In 2021, Concorde Battery Corporation’s popular IA Renewal Series will be completely virtual due to pandemic restrictions.

The series will held over three days — Jan. 21, 22, and 23, 2021 — with participants choosing two of the three days to attend.

Each day includes four hours of training. At the end of this training, participants will leave with their eight-hour certificate. There is no charge for participation.

A second virtual IA Renewal Series has been scheduled for March 2021, with information to follow at a later date.

Speakers for the January 2021 Virtual IA Renewal Series include experts in the field of aviation maintenance products. Participating companies include ACF-50, Champion, Cleveland Wheel & Brake, Concorde Battery, Eagle Fuel Cells, G&N Engines, Goodrich De-Ice, Goodyear Tire, Hartzell Propeller, Lycoming, Rapco, Tempest, and more.

Each 50-minute session is FAA approved, which satisfies the recurrent training requirements, according to company officials.

For years, Aviation Maintenance Technicians have gathered annually at Concorde Battery’s event locations to renew their Inspection Authorization certificates in person.

“Concorde was registering hundreds of AMTs arriving at the IA Renewal Series in specific geographic areas,” says Chris Holder, Concorde Battery’s Eastern US Sales Manager. “Broadcasting on line will give us the ability to accommodate more participants throughout the country and continue Concorde Battery’s support for IA Certificate Holders.”

Registration is now open. Online registration is at Registration closes Jan. 15, 2021.

Once registrants are confirmed, they will receive confirmation of enrollment and be notified via email with event access details in January 2021. At the end of their participation, attendees will be emailed their eight-hour certificate.

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