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Airfield lighting maintenance seminar for the Americas (en español)
Date: September 17-20, 2018
Length: 4 days
Time: 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Location: Antigua, Guatemala
Program Capacity: 40
Registration will open at 9 a.m. on July 6th. To sign up for our seminar email notification list, please send a request with your contact information to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This course covers everything from the basics of airfield series circuit theory to the operation and maintenance of various airfield lighting products, our maintenance seminar gives you ideas for achieving greater energy efficiency and lower maintenance costs. Presentations are continually updated with the latest industry information so every seminar offers new insight and techniques to help you streamline your airport lighting operations.
Who Should Attend?
Have you recently added new employees to your maintenance staff or could you use a refresher course on troubleshooting airfield lighting products? ADB SAFEGATE hands-on and classroom training geared specifically towards maintenance personnel active in airport support.
ADB SAFEGATE is pleased to offer a 4-day seminar for the maintenance of visual aids of aerodromes. The afternoon of the fourth day includes a written certification test. The advance registration fee for the 4-day seminar is USD $ 1,200.00.
Program Learning Objectives
- Identify airfield lighting product specifications used by various organizations (FAA/Military/ICAO).
- Recognize the key performance parameters required of a FAA Constant Current Regulator (CCR) or a SwitchGear Regulator System (SGRS).
- Comprehend the operational theory of airfield series circuits.
- Given the load for various series circuit components, accurately calculate the actual CCR load using a calculator.
- Evaluate the operational and maintenance differences between airfield incandescent and LED lighting.
- Identify the operational characteristics of various airfield lighting products including isolation transformers, circuit selectors, REILs, PAPIs, Radio Controls, guidance signs, in-pavement lights, elevated lights, stop bars and runway guard lights.
- Identify the calibration methods, preventive maintenance, corrective maintenance and troubleshooting procedures for various airfield lighting products.
The only prerequisite is a basic understanding of electrical theory. This includes a basic understanding of electrical concepts such as resistance, capacitance and inductance, series and parallel circuits, Ohm's law, DC circuits, AC circuits and Power Factor. Familiarity with how to use a meter to measure current and voltage would also be beneficial. This program is designed for anyone involved in airfield lighting maintenance.
Detailed Program Information
Read more about the topics covered in ADB SAFEGATE’s Airfield Lighting Maintenance Seminar and get the complete list of learner objectives
View a sample class schedule for the Airfield Lighting Maintenance Seminar
The sessions will be presented by company experts with extensive experience in the industry:
- Pablo Veiga
- Juan Carlos Morales
- Jonathan Teixeira
- Victor Garcia
Meals and Accommodations
Breakfast is provided at the hotel each morning. Lunch and breaks are provided and refreshments will be available all day. Dinner is on your own. Dress is casual. You will receive two (2) large 3” binders to take home. Please make sure you have room for them in your luggage.
Please remember when making return travel plans, the fourth day of the seminar will not end until 5:00 p.m.
A block of rooms has been reserved at:
7a calle Poniente 33B
Código Postal 03001
La Antigua Guatemala
Tel: (502) 7873-7000
The seminar rate is $113.50 for single occupancy and $123.37 for double occupancy per night. Hotel reservations must be made by August 17, 2018 to reserve this rate. Mention "ADB SAFEGATE seminar" to receive the special rate.
Check-in time is 3:00 pm, check-out time is noon. A continental breakfast is provided each morning at the hotel.
Support Services for the Americas
If you have questions or require support regarding our seminars for the Americas, please contact Juan Carlos Morales at +1 (614) 452-8457 or email@example.com or Brenda Schumick at +1 (614) 573-8218 or firstname.lastname@example.org.