A Message from President Sam Longo

Hello fellow AME’s across Canada.

Since my start as president in January of 2019 my goal has been to make some needed changes to CFAMEA as we know it. Many have said that we needed a truly national AME Association. CFAMEA has filled that role admirably for some time but we need more. Our regional associations do a stellar job of promoting and mentoring our trade but our combined voice has often been fragmented and unheard.

The time for change is upon us. As of Oct. 6 2019 our name has changed with Industry Canada and we are now AMEC/TEAC Aircraft Maintenance Engineers of Canada / Techniciens D’Entretien D’Aeronefs du Canada. We will keep our regional chapters and their inherent strengths but will now have a more National focus to promote our trade. Work has already been done. We have a new Logo and are scheduled to standardize dues to $70 by the end of 2020.

Upcoming goals are to build a new website to showcase our new vision and streamline membership. Your regional affiliation will always be included in your membership so we are hoping it will be a win/win situation.

Most importantly we need to boost our membership and transform CFAMEA into the new AMEC/TEAC so that our trade and our members have the strongest voice ever to Promote and Mentor our livelihood, now and into the future.

Please get involved and watch for the changes on our website.

Very Best Regards

Sam Longo
President AMEC/TEAC


AMEC/TEAC

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS of CANADA

OUR CHARTER

  • To hold in high regard the safety of those persons affected by the Aviation Maintenance occupations, to promote safe practices in the workplace and to recognize that safety is the cornerstone of the aviation industry. 
  • To provide a national forum for Canadian Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and more particularly to promote and mentor our occupation, distinguishing and highlighting the roll of Aircraft Maintenance Professionals in the aviation workforce. 
  • To constitute a body through which the views and objectives of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, Technicians, Approved Maintenance Organizations and others may be represented at a national and international level. The Association will be available for advice or consultation on all questions, policy matters, and all other areas of the aviation industry which affects or may affect the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer and all members in the aircraft maintenance industry. 
  • To constitute a body which is recognized, and available for consultation regarding the regulation of any matter in the aviation industry, which may affect the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer and all other persons in the aircraft maintenance industry. 
  • To influence and obtain recognition from various government and aviation agencies, corporations and training facilities which may have an impact on the aviation maintenance industry. 
  • To facilitate the interchange between regions of Canada relating to their views of the aviation maintenance industry, or to any other matter, which may be of common interest to our members. 
  • To disseminate technical or other information which relates to the occupation of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer or to the aviation industry professionals in general. 
  • To maintain a high standard in the aviation industry, and in particular the licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer and all other Aviation Maintenance Professionals.