CPA will conduct this total-immersion, full three-day seminar on the Cessna Legacy 210 from September 30 – October 2. For the first time, we are offering live streaming access for this event. Attend from anywhere you have an internet connection!
We know not everyone can make it to our in person courses, so here is your chance to get all of the valuable information about your 210 without having to go to Tulsa for a weekend. You will follow the same schedule as our in person courses, and get all of the same materials. While nothing can compare to the in person experience, you will still have some interaction with the instructor, and you will be able to ask questions throughout the course. Instruction begins at 8:00am Central time and runs until 5:00pm Central time, with short breaks in the morning and afternoon, as well as a longer break for lunch.
The course will be streamed on the Zoom platform, which can be used on almost any device with an internet connection. Close to the date of your course, you will be emailed a link and login instructions.
We will provide a schedule in advance, but as with all live events, the actual timing may differ slightly. You will want to time your lunch breaks along with the in person group to ensure you don’t miss anything. Each day of the course is a full day of instruction, so it is best to plan to be watching during the entire time planned.
Just like attending live, you can take notes, and you can ask questions, but you cannot rewind or download. You will get a copy of the course book, which you can print out or open on your device, but streaming access does not include any rewatches or ability to save your spot and resume.
If you own, fly, or maintain any of the Legacy Cessna 210 models, this course is for you. TThe three days of the course cover the details of every system in the aircraft: airframe, flight controls, electrical, fuel system, landing gear, propeller, power plant and utilities. Paul New will also present his tactical and strategic engine data analysis.
This course covers the 1960 through 1971 models. It is intended for the following models: 210, 210A, 210B, 210C, 210D, 210E, 210F, T210F, 210G, T210G, 210H, T210H, 210J, T210J, 210K, T210K.
Paul New will be your instructor for this class. Paul holds an FAA Airframe & Powerplant Certificate with FAA Inspection Authorization. He was an FAA Designated Airworthiness Representative for a few years as well. In 2007 he was selected as the FAA National Aviation Maintenance Technician of the Year.
Course cancellations: No refunds can be given after the event has started. This is a ticket to a live event, there is no pausing or stopping of the feed, and there is no refund if you are late to the event. If you need to cancel your ticket before the event has started, you can reach out to Kris Long – [email protected] Cancellations requested 7 days or more before the event are eligible for a refund minus transaction and processing fees. A cancellation request made less than 7 days before the event is eligible for a 50% refund.