Avotek says their newest book gives instructors the tools and knowledge they will use every day in becoming more effective, specifically in aviation maintenance.
The aviation community has always relied on finding people with the skills needed to do the job, and then employing them to instruct the next generation. New instructors quickly discover that being able to teach something is not the same as being able to do it. It quickly becomes evident that one needs additional skills and knowledge to bridge the gap between experienced performer and effective instructor. This is equally important on both the flight operations and the maintenance side. The Aviation Mechanic Instructor’s Handbook is a useful resource for instructors.
David Jones started with an FAA flight-related instructor handbook and added maintenance examples and discussions to make it relevant for mechanic instructors. Jones says, “The motivation for this book was to include more material pertinent to the aviation maintenance technician school experience.”
For more information on this book, see https://www.avotek.com/avotek-releases-aviation-mechanic-instructors-handbook-by-david-jones/ .