TKS Training Courses

Understand all aspects of your TKS System, its associated parts and functionality, so that you can always ensure your aircraft’s ice protection is maintained to the highest standard.    

Exclusively available to TKS owners, installers and maintenance personnel, our TKS Maintenance Training courses are led by veteran TKS engineers Jason Jennings and Jerry Jordan from CAV’s US Repair Station in New Century, Kansas.

Our two courses have been specifically designed to assist OEM Service Centers, Fleet Operations, Installation Centers, and FBO’s, and Owners and Operators understand in flight icing and the TKS system design, functionality and operation, and provides  training in the maintenance of the system and troubleshooting of issues.

Both courses deliver in class and hands on training with ample opportunity for Q & A, and provide participants with take home resources and certificate of completion.

Courses run throughout the year and each one can accommodate up to six delegates.

Our aircraft specific courses provides an interactive, hands on experience of the TKS system, equipping you with detailed knowledge and advanced capabilities, to enable you to maintain the functionality of your ice protection system.

Our Maintenance Course is specifically designed for those individuals and organizations specializing in TKS maintenance. It delivers a comprehensive view of the system, including design, composition, parts, functionality and troubleshooting, and will allow you to recognize, diagnose and resolve any potential anomalies in operation.

Our Owner / Operator Course provides expert knowledge about flight in icing conditions, to enable you to become a safer pilot, and gain more utility and value from your aircraft. Our session also looks at system design, effective use, maintenance and troubleshooting.

Aaron Marshall - Cessna 206 Owner

"You don’t want to get into icing if you don’t have any ice protection. If you don’t have ice protection, you end up not using the airplane half the year.

I wouldn’t bother owning a traveling airplane like the Bonanza without TKS®. [It] gives a peace of mind, particularly because when you do need to use the system, you can tell it’s working really well."

Course Costs

Maintenance Course: $1600   Owner / Operator Course: $900

Hands on Training

Hands on Training

Full Set of Course Materials

Full Set of Course Materials

TKS Maintenance Certificate

TKS Maintenance Certificate

Maintenance Course Duration: Three Days
Owner / Operator Course Duration: Two Days

Course Location: 30 Leawood Drive, New Century Air Centre, New Century, Kansas City

Accommodation: There are several hotels within a short drive of the Air Centre situated within Olathe.

Subsistence: A selection of refreshments and snacks will be available throughout, with a full lunch served daily.
Dinner is the responsibility of the attendee but there is a multitude of restaurants and outlets adjacent to both the Air Centre and within Olathe.

COVID: Our course trainers have all been doubly vaccinated for Covid-19 and attendees will also be required to have received both doses of the Covid vaccine prior to attendance.

For more information about the course or your booking, please contact
Jason Jennings at or +1 (913) 738 5390