Airfield Marking Training

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Airfield Marking Training

It seems hard to believe, but formal training is not required for personnel installing or inspecting airfield markings by any governing agency in the world. Without required standards, the quality of airfield markings, and therefore safety, varies dramatically at airports of every size.

Airfield Marking Training features hands-on instruction using your own equipment and classroom training focused on industry best practices and governing standards. When you arm your team with the knowledge and skills needed to achieve the best markings, you increase efficiency, enhance safety, and reduce costs and impact on your airfield operations.


How You Benefit


Best Practices
Each member of your team will learn the best practices from the Sightline Airfield Marking Handbook and review pertinent guidance literature to perform their functions more effectively.


Hands-On Training
Your team practices what they learn using hands-on training with their own equipment on their own airfield. Whether they have 25 days of experience, or 25 years of tenure, they will appreciate an investment in their training. You will appreciate the labor and money you'll save by your well-trained crew getting it right the first time.


Team Building
When is the last time you had multiple departments come together for training? By creating a positive atmosphere and a level playing field, Maintenance, Operations, Engineering, etc., will gain insight, respect, and appreciation for other's functions and relationships will flourish.


Enhanced Safety
Once trained, your highly effective team will be armed with the right tools and the best practices. Maintaining markings the right way improves efficiency, reduces operational costs, and enhances safety.


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 Airfield Marking Training Clientele

  • Your insight was spot-on for our striping operation. We’ve implemented suggestions from classroom and field discussions into our day to day activities.

    -Curtis Richardson, Special Maintenance Supervisor, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
  •  “I would enthusiastically recommend Sightline, LC's marking evaluation and training services. The Sightline team is very knowledgeable of the subject matter and they were able to customize their marking training for our specific needs...[the] training will prove to be extremely valuable in achieving our goal of having a safer and better appearing airfield at Reno/Tahoe International Airport.”

    -Scott Harkema, Airfield Maintenance Superintendent, Reno/Tahoe International Airport
  • At the leadership levels of operations and maintenance, we’ve been working very hard and for many years on our relationships. This [training] program has added the final touch to our working relationship… as a result of this evolution in our markings program, the working relationships between ops and maintenance have blossomed.

    -Steve Edholm, Assistant Chief of Operations, Denver International Airport
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