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Services Announces Signing Of Agreement For Development Of Interactive Multimedia Training Tools


Sikorsky Aerospace Services


recently announced the signing of a memorandum of under-


The user is able to see step-by- step demonstrations of proce- dures, thereby facilitating quick, easy learning and information retention. By streamlining effi- ciencies, this visual training technology aligns with Sikorsky’s efforts to reduce direct opera- tional costs for its customers. “With video demonstrations embedded in our technical manuals, our field service repre- sentatives will be able to main- tain the highest training stan-


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Services Teams with Timken To Offer Bearing Repair Services In Australasia


Sikorsky Helitech, a Sikorsky Aerospace Services company based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, recently announced a distribution agreement with The Timken Company for bearing inspection, overhaul and reconditioning services throughout the Australasian region.


Providing aftermarket sup- port to customers in Australia and the Asia Pacific region, Sikorsky Helitech will offer a seamless interface to the local and regional customer base. Additionally, Sikorsky Helitech will carry an extensive inventory of bearings at its Brisbane loca- tion to facilitate and expedite regional overhauls and exchanges. “For more than 70 years,


standing (MOU) with Job Performance Associates, Inc. (JPA) for the development of interactive multimedia training products linked to Sikorsky technical publications. Based on specific training needs identified by SAS, JPA will create and provide a library of web-based learning videos. These powerful, interactive multimedia tools – known as Job Performance Aids – pro- vide “visual learning” unlike traditional printed and elec- tronic training publications.


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dards. This technology provides an innovative way to standardize as well as reinforce on-the-job training among our facilities worldwide. We are pleased to team with JPA to advance train- ing capabilities at all levels of our enterprise,” said David Adler, president of Sikorsky Aerospace Services.


“Combining Timken’s range of bearing repair services with our OEM expertise and capabil- ities positions SAS to offer cus- tomized repair programs for fixed and rotary-wing customers in the Australia-Pacific basin. This teaming effort demon- strates our continued commit- ment to supply single-source solutions to our global cus- tomers,” said David Adler, president of Sikorsky Aerospace Services.


Timken has been serving aero- space customers for a variety of platforms. Our Aerospace Aftermarket Solutions group offers reconditioning services and comprehensive inventory of high-quality replacement parts. We are pleased to collaborate with Sikorsky Aerospace Services and Sikorsky Helitech to enable customers in Australia and adjoining regions to benefit from our bearing repair solu- tions,” said Scott Radcliffe, Bearing Repair Product Manager.


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