C-130 Training Contract

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falconfixer860261

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Unread post02 Mar 2006, 15:06

If anyone in the U.S. is interested in teaching two 80 hour C-130 courses let me know. I've been offered the contract but can't take it due to scheduling problems. It will be a nose to tail course and includes some avionics. It will be ATA Level III if you are familiar with that. That is sorta between 5 and 7 skill level. Pay is $10K for the 20 days of training plus expenses and $150 a day for weekends. The training starts 27 Mar in Texas. You will need to have experience on the 130 and also have taught before (but not necessarily teaching on the 130). This is short suspense (today) so if you are interested PM me for more details. Please pass along if you know someone too.
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Unread post02 Mar 2006, 21:39

Thanks for posting this! You may have helped more than you know.
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Unread post03 Mar 2006, 02:01

I'm an instructor at Sheppard now. I'll take a month of leave and do it for that cash!
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Unread post03 Mar 2006, 12:49

MechFromHell...

That's the way to be creative, a quick10K...is not a bad way to go.

Good luck, if I had the time, I would do it too....I like the way you think :-)
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Unread post06 Mar 2006, 14:57

This company has asked me to help them find qualified mx instructors on numerous platforms for short-term contracts like this one. If you have instructor experience and experience wrenching and you would like to be considered for future contract positions like this please PM me and I'll send my private e-mail address so that you can forward your resume. I'll then add it to a database for any future contracts that come open. Please note that this offer only applies right now to US personnel but is not limited to military - civ a/c instructors may also be needed.
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Unread post29 Mar 2006, 19:41

Have instructor for any C-130 training requirements you may come up with. His 'E' mail address is RickMik@aol.com. He has many years experience on the 130. 8)
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Unread post09 Sep 2009, 22:06

LEON WILLIAMS
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Knowledge of depot operations and/or commercial/military maintenance inspection program. A degree in mechanical, electrical / aerospace engineering and military experience a plus. Domestic and International travel if required. Foreign language skills.

Have a minimum of 10 - 14 years experience in the areas of engineering or aviation industry, specifically in supporting testing/instruct and services to the U.S. Government and/or foreign militaries and possess the following skills:
Comprehensive PILOT/ F-16, C-130 /F-22, F-5 platform, system, sub-assembly, and detail part knowledge

Thorough knowledge of F-16, C-130/F-15,T-38 VIPER INSTRUCTOR

Drawing Interpretation & Bill of Material Preparation
Customer OEM/relations
Statement of Work Development
Contract review and pricing

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