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#48832 - 02/21/05 11:39 AM License renewal courses(Mulit. state)
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I carry licenses in Several States can anyone point me towards a class that covers Several States so I;m not flying all over the country!!! Thanks Yoopers

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#48833 - 02/21/05 12:06 PM Re: License renewal courses(Mulit. state)
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Yoopers, I hold licenses in six New England states and have no trouble finding Board Certified instructors that cover all six with one class. I receive six certificates upon completion of a 15 hour code class. If this is not a possibility where you are check with Mike Holt.
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#48834 - 02/21/05 12:35 PM Re: License renewal courses(Mulit. state)
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Capt Al
I have several East Coast licenses and get get thoses credits fairly easy, but I have midwest and Western also. EC&M is suppose to put on a good one I;m hearing just wondering how other take care of there Code Updating in Muliti States. Like New Jersey they require 34 hrs!!!

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#48835 - 02/21/05 12:45 PM Re: License renewal courses(Mulit. state)
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Yoopers, I've taken the EC&M classes before. They are very good. I can not say if it would cover all the states you are looking for.
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