HeliTSA has celebrated its second anniversary, proving its model of rotary maintenance training was a much-needed addition to the Australian market. The training model offers exposure to operational aircraft and is now expanding to encompass S-92 courses.
“If there is one thing engineers are good at, it’s making things complex. So when we launched HeliTSA, we made our mission crystal clear: to deliver training for engineers, by engineers,” said HeliTSA co-founder Pep Sayabath.
“That guides us as we make decisions. When we were deciding whether to launch S-92 training, we had to ask ourselves – is there any demand for engineers on this aircraft? If the answer was no, then we weren’t serving local engineers.
“But with the S-92 being the most popular offshore machine in Australia at the moment, we are excited to launch this training. We have recently been contracting to S-92 operators and have a long list of tips ready to teach.”
The decision to launch S-92 training came after multiple requests from engineers in Australia and abroad.
AgustaWestland AW139 training courses will still continue, alongside AW139 Exclusion Removal training and AW139 first of type OJT Journals. The development of OJT Journals and Exclusion Removal training signifies HeliTSA’s commitment to exploring new avenues to help engineers get licensed and keep their qualifications current.
The relaunch has also seen HeliTSA’s S-92 and AW109 first of type OJT Journals approved by CASA.
With a growing list of training solutions developed in accordance with industry needs, HeliTSA is a cost-effective option for engineers and aviation corporations in Australia.