Workshop Information

Summary

The Airfield Marking Symposium is a regional training course coordinated by Sightline. Attendees receive training with the Airfield Marking Handbook from the people who wrote it.

This workshop is a two and a half day course covering the best practices concerning airfield markings. Engineers, Applicators, Maintenance and Operations staff, Airport Managers and Inspectors will benefit from the training:

  • Classroom lecture each morning using the Airfield Marking Handbook.
  • Field demonstrations each afternoon including ultra-high waterblasting by StripeHog, AirMark preformed thermoplastic installation, Robo-Beader technology, and application and inspection techniques.
The workshop will begin with a welcome reception on Monday, May 9, 2011, at 5 p.m. CST, and will end on Wednesday, May 11, 2011. Registration fees include the reception, two hot breakfasts, two luncheons, all refreshment breaks and course materials. Dress is casual, we will be going to the host airport in the afternoons for field training.

Attending the symposium will pay for itself with money saved by employing best practices. You owe it to your airport to be at this workshop in Dallas in May.

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Fees

$400 per attendee through April 22nd, $450 thereafter.

Lodging

Hilton Garden Inn Dallas/Duncanville
800 North Main Street
Duncanville, Texas 75116
Phone: 972-283-9777

** Mention "Sightline" to receive the conference rate of $89/night. **
** Reserve by 4/18 to lock in a room in the conference block. **



Past Remarks

"I highly recommend (FAA) Certification Inspectors attend this course. We learned so much and confirmed many of our concerns with bead application and useful life."

-Evelyn Martinez, FAA, Lead Certification Safety Inspector

"This symposium was probably the most informative two-day conference I have been to, and I have been to dozens."

-Dave A. Smith, Airport Certification Inspector, State of Louisiana

"It opened my eyes to a lot of areas of airfield markings that some people don't take seriously."

-Jonathan Anderson, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport

"The information I got from attending the A/F Marking Symposium by Sightline will be very valuable to my company. It will save dollars and allow me to train my painting staff."

-Hugh Daly, VI Port Authority