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Conklin & de Decker at PAMA 2009 aviation maintenance management symposium

Feb. 2, 2009, Orleans, MA - Conklin & de Decker will be presenting two informative sessions at the PAMA 2009 Aviation Maintenance Management Symposium in Dallas, Texas on Fri., March 6, 2009.


February 2, 2009
By Corrie


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Feb. 2, 2009, Orleans, MA – Conklin & de Decker will be presenting two informative sessions at the PAMA 2009 Aviation Maintenance Management Symposium in Dallas, Texas on Fri., March 6, 2009.

Brandon Battles will be presenting a session on “Moving into Management – The Often Overlooked Responsibility” on Friday, March 6, 2009 from 8 am – 9 am. One new responsibility frequently overlooked in a transition deals with the maintenance manager’s new role in the analysis and control of the organization’s financial resources.  When a technician moves into a maintenance management position, the individual will inherit new responsibilities and, unfortunately, will do without much preparation or training.  More times than not, this combination creates an unfortunate and eventual frustrating situation. This session will explain and offer suggestions for dealing with common maintenance responsibilities that affect an organization’s financial resources such as budgeting, inventory, and maintenance costs. 

Nel Stubbs will be presenting a session on “Taxation Considerations of Aircraft Maintenance” on Friday, March 6, 2009 from 9 am – 10 am. An area of responsibility that is frequently overlooked when a technician moves into a maintenance management position is the application of taxes to not only parts and labor, but also depreciation of the engines and airframe. This session will explain and offer suggestions for dealing with Federal and State taxes on aircraft maintenance.

Both of these courses qualify for one (1) hour IA renewal credit.

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For more information and to register for the 2009 Aviation Maintenance Management Symposium go to the PAMA site at www.pama.org .


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