Magnetic MRO opens a dedicated training facility

Magnetic Maintenance

Magnetic MRO, a global Total Technical Care maintenance and asset management organisation, has announced that it is launching a dedicated training facility in Tallinn to serve variety of industry needs. Magnetic MRO has been providing a wide range of training courses from specialised engine training to advanced type training since 2016. Magnetic MRO CEO Risto Mäeots stated: “The demand for the high quality training has been growing and this triggered Magnetic MRO to continue increasing its course-portfolio. It was a natural step for us to move into dedicated and bigger premises. Well-trained specialists are backbone of our industry.” The new location is structured based on the EASA Part-147 requirements; rooms are spacious, exposed to natural light, tailored to each course’s necessities and equipped with all required theoretical training materials. Classroom is at close vicinity to the maintenance facilities, enabling first-class hands-on and practical experience. “Whilst our online courses do not require any physical presence, most of our remaining training courses are held in classrooms and provide an utmost convenience for our trainees’ learning process.”  says Haldi Vanatoa, Training Sales Manager. “All courses are tutored by highly qualified instructors with decades of worldwide experience in the industry. Despite the new training centre, we continue to serve customers with training courses anywhere in the world.” Magnetic MRO continues to launch new training courses on demand-basis as well as established-upon its constantly expanding capabilities. Currently the most demanded courses are varied from EASA Part-147 Type Training courses for Airbus, Boeing and CRJ type of aircraft, to Specialised Training courses dedicated to Borescope Inspection and Engine Familiarization for CFM56-3/5/7, IAE V2500 and PW100 engine series. Rest of the courses can be found on website.