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    The ACE, SafetyPro™ Training Center provides high quality, timely training. Our curriculum exceeds Federal Aviation Administration, Occupational
    Safety and Health Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency standards. The SafetyPro™, LinePro™, EcoPro™ and MaintenancePro™
    series are the most comprehensive aviation ground safety training programs available. With over 100 courses in our library, and growing quarterly, the
    aviation industry can train personnel to Federal and insurance standards at one location. Look deep into our competitors curriculum and you will find
    that ACE provides the course content you need to meet federal training requirements.

    Effective September 28, 2012 the A/C 150-5230-4B went into effect. The Fuel Safety Supervisor and Line Fuel Service courses are fully compliant
    with the revised Advisory Circular. The Supervisory course includes a comprehensive lesson on Instructional Methodology as required by the new
    Advisory Circular.

    What our Students are Saying

    Thank you so much for your help and support during my recent training class, it was really a very good course from great source and as usual very
    valuable information. Thank you again for your commitment and dedication.

    Esameldin Alhag,  Fuel System Operations Manager,  ASIG® | Aircraft Service International Group®

    I was very impressed with the training your company provided, and the ease in which it was accomplished. I have become more knowledgeable
    regarding the FAA rules and regulations regarding fire safety within our industry.

    Jim Hanway, Trainer/Supervisor, Midlantic Jet Aviation Inc.

    The online Fuel Safety Supervisor Course was a quick and flexible way to receive pertinent information about fuel safety and handling. I enjoyed the
    format of this course. Its layout was effective and I was able to quickly access information from any of the past lessons. The course is also
    programmed to ask if you wanted to resume where you left off or start from the beginning of the lesson again if you quit in the middle of it. This course
    was easily adapted into my
    dynamic work day. I highly recommend this course.

    Jessica Groff, Airport Manager, Michigan City Municipal Airport, (See more testimonials)

ACE Course Offerings


14 CFR 139.321 Fuel Safety Supervisor
14 CFR 139.321 Line Fuel Service
14 CFR 139.329 Airport Driver Training
Ramp Operational Safety
Safety Management System Introduction (SMS)
Aviation Self Fueler Course
Aviation Fuel Quality Control
Aviation Ground Safety Certification  


Storm Water Pollution Prevention (SWPP)
Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC)  


Air Contaminants
Automated External Defibrillators
Behavior-Based Safety
Bloodborne Pathogens
Bloodborne Pathogens - First Responder
Chemical Protection
Company Vehicle Safety
Compressed Gases
Confined Space - Attendants
Confined Space - Entrant
Confined Space - Entry Supervisors
Confined Space - Rescue and Emergency Services
Disaster Recovery
Electrical Safety - Qualified Person
Electrical Safety
Emergency Action Plan
Explosives and Blasting Agents
Fall Protection
Fire Extinguishers
First Aid
Flammable and Combustible Liquids
Floor and Wall Openings
Forklift Training - General
Hand and Portable Powered Tools
Hazard Communication - Chemical Specific
Hazard Communication - Retraining
Hazard Communication- General
Hazardous Waste - EPA
HAZWOPER - General Site Workers
HAZWOPER - Management and Supervisors
HAZWOPER - Occasional Worker, On-Site
HAZWOPER - Regular On-Site Workers
Hearing Conservation
Heat Stress
Introduction to OSHA
Laboratory Standard
Ladders and Stairs
Lead in General Industry
Lifting Techniques
Lockout/Tagout - Affected Employees
Lockout/Tagout - Authorized Employees
Lockout/Tagout - Other Employees
Lockout/Tagout - Refresher Training
Machine Guarding
New Employee Orientation
Personal Protective Equipment - Eye and Face
Personal Protective Equipment - Foot Personal
Protective Equipment - Hand
Personal Protective Equipment - Head
Powered Platforms
Process Safety Management - Contractors
Process Safety Management - Initial Training
Process Safety Management - Refresher
Respiratory Protection
Risk Management Program
Safety and Health Program Management
Signs and Tags
Site Security
Slips Trips and Falls
Spray Booths
Toxic and Hazardous Substances - 13 Carcinogens
Violence in the Workplace
Walking - Working Surfaces
Welding, Cutting and Brazing