Demand for Aviation Valuation Training Continues

Demand for the ASA/Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) aviation valuation training program continues with the recent selling out of the inaugural offering of a renewed three year partnership. Organizers had to close registration after only three days of being open due to all 30 available registration spots being filled. This achievement continues the success of previous year’s sell outs, further attesting to the ongoing popularity of the program.

Commenting on the continued success of the program, Chair of the Society’s Machinery & Technical Specialties Discipline Committee, Samuel Shapiro, ASA, said, “We are tremendously pleased with our recent course registration and with the overall success of the program. This continued demand showcases the growing need for highly trained and credentialed professionals within the aviation industry.”

EARU Dean and Professor, Michael J. Williams, Ph.D., added, saying “Our students recognize the value and opportunities such professional development offerings affords them, especially in an ever-changing competitive job environment.”

The remaining first round of courses held in Daytona, Florida include: ME202AS – Machinery and Equipment Methodology (Aviation Specific) November 1-4, 2018ME203AS – Advanced Topics in Aircraft Appraisal January 17-20, 2019 and ME204AS – Advanced Topics in Aircraft Appraisal II Mach 14-17, 2019.

These courses are for individuals wishing to pursue a career in aviation valuation or for professionals seeking a specialty designation and a pathway to ASA membership. Only with ASA and Embry-Riddle will individuals receive such superior aviation valuation education to further develop their career, professional potential and gain hands-on experience. Those wishing to apply may contact Christina Snowden, or (386) 226-7214.

Register today or for more information visit, ASA Online, or call (800) 272-8258.

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