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Awards > American Eurocopter Maintenance Technician Award

American Eurocopter Maintenance Technician Award

The American Eurocopter Maintenance Technician Award has been developed to recognize the experience and responsibility level of those who keep the Eurocopter fleet flying. The award is based on a number of factors, which contribute to the overall experience a Maintenance Technician gains. Qualifying Maintenance Technicians receive a recognition medallion for their tool box or roll away for each level reached.

Award Criteria

Example

Award Levels

5 Years - Eurocopter Certified Technician
10 Years - Eurocopter Senior Technician
15 Years - Eurocopter Master Technician
25 Years - Eurocopter Distinguished Technician

Qualification

To receive this award, a letter should be submitted by the Director of Maintenance or other appropriate Manager. This may be done anytime throughout the year. Letters should include the following details:

Please indicate if the award needs to be sent to a location other than that found on the letterhead, i.e. directly to the recipient’s address. Letters should be sent to:

Technical Support
American Eurocopter
2701 N. Forum Drive
Grand Prairie, TX 75052

Significant Accomplishment Recognition

American Eurocopter sincerely believes in the difference Maintenance Technicians can make to the success of your operation. The accomplishments of these professionals, however, often go unnoticed. In addition to the awards program described above, we would like to offer the opportunity to recognize someone who has made a significant maintenance contribution/ accomplishment. Recipients of this special recognition will receive an attractive plaque, suitable for giving at a company awards function, a dinner, etc. To nominate a Maintenance Technician, please either write to or call Technical Support at American Eurocopter.

Questions

If you have any questions or would like additional copies of this leaflet, please call the Communications Department at 1.800.873.0001