RTCA Announces New Training Agreement with Mannarino Systems & Software

October 8, 2019

Washington, DC, October 8, 2019 – RTCA, Inc. is pleased to announce that under a new training agreement with Mannarino Systems & Software, Inc. four new technical seminars will be available in 2020 expanding the suite of training programs and seminars that RTCA provides for the aviation industry. The seminars will offer aviation industry participants proficient domain knowledge on topics relevant to current challenges in aircraft systems, software and electronic hardware development.

“I am pleased to be partnering with MANNARINO in broadening our training catalog”, said Terry McVenes, President and CEO of RTCA. “These new courses will continue our goal to facilitate the use of key documents by our stakeholders and further the understanding of developing and using global standards and guidance.”

“We are extremely proud to have the opportunity to work with RTCA and bring our practical experience, methods and efficient approaches to satisfying regulatory requirements on increasingly complex development projects” indicated John Mannarino, President of Mannarino Systems & Software.

Details and dates for the new seminars will be announced shortly.

For additional information on RTCA, please visit www.rtca.org or email training@rtca.org.
For additional information on Mannarino Systems & Software Inc., please visit ww.mss.ca or email training@mss.ca.

About RTCA, Inc.
RTCA is a private, not-for-profit association founded in 1935 as the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics. The mission of RTCA is to inspire the creation and implementation of integrated performance standards that meet changing global aviation environment and ensure the safety, security, and overall health of the aviation ecosystem. For further information please visit the RTCA website at www.rtca.org

About MANNARINO Systems & Software, Inc.
MANNARINO Systems & Software, Inc. is an authorized Design Approval Organization (DAO) for Airborne Software (RTCA DO-178C) and Airborne Electronic Hardware (AEH) (RTCA DO-254) as established by the National Aircraft Certification Branch of Transport Canada (TCCA). Based in Montreal, the company also provides safety-critical systems, software and electronic hardware engineering services and products to the aerospace, defense, space, simulation, rail and power generation industries.