Enstrom offers maintenance courses to educate pilots and ground crew.
They are I.A. Renewal Accredited
What courses are offered?
Enstrom offers a maintenance course including both piston and turbine models. Please note: The Turbine and Piston Classes are no longer separate.
Training will emphasize inspection and routine maintenance of the helicopter and its systems. Maintenance, overhaul, and troubleshooting of the airframe and rotor system components will be covered, along with main rotor tracking and tail rotor balance procedures.
Enstrom Helicopter Maintenance Course
The first week will teach turbine model system maintenance and troubleshooting procedures unique to the 480/480B.
The second week will teach system troubleshooting, main and tail rotor tracking techniques, and procedures for overhauling minor components.
It is a ten-day course, running Monday – Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, and Friday from 8:00 am to noon.
How much do the courses cost?
The tuition for the Maintenance course is $1200.00 per person. If there are two students from the same company they will have the discount of $2000.00 for both to attend the course. If you are a returning student there will be no charge for the course, if there are seats available. Please note: There are only ten available spots for each course. Full payment is due prior to the beginning of class.
Transportation, lodging and meals are the responsibility of each individual attending the course.
When are the classes?
When can I sign up?
Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis. Each course is limited to ten students. Individuals planning to attend any of these courses should sign up as soon as possible, preferably no later than 30 days before the class.
How do I sign up?
Complete the Maintenance Course Application. Then fax, email, or mail (information is on form).
How do I get to Enstrom?
The closest major airport with scheduled service is Green Bay, WI (GRB). A car rental is recommended, but shuttle information can be provided if needed.