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Traditional Classroom – We believe the only thing that’s traditional about our courses is the name “traditional”. We provide Work packs, Color photos, Field trips, and  Work group projects which make our courses lively and make the learner REMEMBER the material.


eLearning – These are the greatest thing since PowerPoint got us out of using overhead transparencies!. Though most widely used for smaller policy type courses, a complete 40 hour Maintenance Systems Initial course can be built. JMCC has a model to merge the E learning training and production process together to make the OJT an essential part of your daily work routine. Thereby minimizing time spent “just for training”.

* All JMCC courses are SCORM compliant. We can host it for you or deliver it to your existing LMS/CMS.

We develop the courses of any type for you. If you already have classroom courseware, we simply take it and build the E Module. Then we will deliver the course modules over our JMCC Learning Management System (LMS)and keep all the records indefinitely. So there are 2 basic costs for E learning by JMCC. 1st the development of the module itself. Then the delivery and tracking of the accomplishment of the training. We offer all or a portion of the services.

We don't just do aviation training. Need help with Crystal Reports or Microsoft Office we can provide training for beginners to advanced. Learn how to use conditional formatting, Vlookups, find duplicate records, explore the possibility of a direct connection to your data,  and how to create macros. All tailored to our industry and to your requirements.

Sample eLearning Modules

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We have variety of human factors courses designed to fit requirements of IOSA / IATA. Whether your budget allows just the minimum or you want to take advantage of the value added to a longer course, we have one to fit your needs.



24 hour – Principles and techniques to be effective in interpreting pilot reports, Using System Schematics, Wiring Diagrams to pinpoint wiring problems, Fault Isolation Manual, Reading logic circuit diagrams, Using the DVM, Using chapter 91 charts to locate testing points and disconnect panels. Prerequisite is Level II Systems & Avionics for your target aircraft. This course requires your aircraft type to be available for 4 hours per day!


AIRCRAFT BASIC ELECTRICAL – most versatile course!
40 hour – Principles and theory for Line Maintenance Technicians to do electrical troubleshooting. Primary objectives; using DVM & reading all schematic and wiring diagrams. Use of tooling for installation and repair of crimp type connectors and use of Standard Wiring Practice Manual.

Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems – EWIS
* On-Line – totally self paced learning. Two seperate courses to fit the target groups defined in AC120-94.

Course A – EWIS Comprehensive ~8 hours – This course targets the groups 1,2,3 Personnel perfoming EWIS maintenance, EWIS Inspectors and Avionics and Electrical  Engineers. This course is Manufacturer specific. A seperate course is used for each Major Airframe manufacturer, Boeing, Airbus, Bombardier etc.
Learning the Inspection criteria to comply with FAR 121.1111 for an inspection program for EWIS. The objectives include;
Identify safety practices, tools and equipment. _   Use of the Standard Wiring Practice Manual. _  How to Perform inspections of wiring systems. _  How to identify good housekeeping practices for wiring systems. _ How to identify, clean, and repair wiring systems. _ How to identify connector damage. _  How to accomplish Connector repair procedures.

Course B – EWIS Familairization ~2 hours – This course targets the groups 4,5,6,7,8 Personnel perfoming GENERAL maintenance, OTHER  Engineers or PLANNING, Other staff, Flight Deck and Cabin Crew . This course is generic and fits any airframe type.
Learning the Inspection criteria to comply with FAR 121.1111 for an inspection program for EWIS. The objectives include;
Identify safety practices, tools and equipment.  _   How to Perform inspections of wiring systems.   _  How to identify good housekeeping practices for wiring systems. _  How to identify wire damage.


40 hour – Theory and principles of all Avionics Systems used on commercial aircraft. Understanding operating principles including inherent problems and limitations to each type of system. Includes all types of flight instrument training, dependent and independent navigation training, warning and alert systems instruction and autoflight education. Includes some test equipment description for each system.



Call us for a list and availability



Call us for a list and availability


Procedures and equipment testing and re-certifying aircraft for any special operation authorizations to fit your airline policy & procedures.

If your aircraft isn’t listed just contact us. We very likely can locate the SME/Instructor for your aircraft type from our pool.

Note; Hands-on training at an aircraft will usually require a company lead technician or supervisor to accompany each trip and a waiver form.

The difference in JMCC training courses are the classroom interactions and hands on experiences.

Our instructors have spent many years perfecting our teaching methods. From memory aids, classroom team-building projects, to field trips, JMCC provides the high-quality training you need. Call 937-205-2406 today for more information!


All or any combination of the following equiopment – Formal OJT that provides hands on training for; IFR 402, 4000 NAV COMM, IFR 600, ATC601, IFR 6000, TCAS201, Tektronix 1502C TDR Cable Analyzer, Riser Bond TDR, numerous Radio Altimeter Simulators, Barfield DPS 350, 400, 450 Pitot Static Testers, Tel Instrument Corp (TIC) 30D, 48D, 49C, TR210, TR211, JC AIR PSD Fuel Quantity Testers, Boeing Position Transmitter Test Set (PTTS), Laptop Computers for GPWS, TCAS and TAWS, Load Calculators & DFDR Monitoring, Barfield EGT analyzer, Data Bus Analyzers, and the Avionica RSU I & RSU II.

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