Aircraft De/Anti-Icing Training

What Will be Covered in this Seminar:

One Day, 8 AM – 4PM, continental breakfast and lunch included

  • Clean Aircraft Concept
  • Negative Effects
  • Critical Aircraft Surfaces
  • Ground Icing Conditions
  • De-icing & Anti-icing Fluids
  • Aircraft Inspections
  • Methods & Procedures
  • Visibility vs. Density
  • Holdover Guidelines
  • Recognizing Fluid Failures
  • Written exam and Review
  • Online Training Review
  • Question & Answer

What Are the Benefits:

  • Up-to-date training
  • Thorough understanding of methods and procedures
  • Networking opportunities

Who Should Attend:

NATA Safety 1st and Leading Edge are proud to present the De/Anti-Icing seminar specifically designed for line techs, ground personnel, flight crews, and dispatch personnel. Whether you are new or need a refresher, you will come away with the latest and safest De/Anti-Icing procedures available.

Who Teaches this seminar:

Walter Randa, founder of Leading Edge, was born in New York City in 1965. A graduate of Aviation High School, Long Island City, Walter entered the aviation industry and has spent the last 20 years in airline operations. In 1989, Walter began his instructing career as a Safety Trainer for UPS in Montreal, Canada. The move north gave Walter an introduction to Canada’s cold winters and aircraft De/Anti-icing. Walter has specialized in providing Aircraft Surface Contamination training to ground crews since 1992 and created a program for flight crews in 1997.

Walter’s passion is flying and he holds a commercial, multi-engine and instrument rating from the Flight Safety Academy in Vero Beach, Fl. Walter and his family presently live in the Laurentians, Quebec.