Type Training

B1&B2 Engine Differences Theoretical

Date & place

12.02.2018 - 16.02.2018, Tallinn

Aircraft Type

V2500 Engine & AirFrame Interfaces A320

Price

Theoretical + Practical 1000€
(Currently not possible to take the theoretical and practical courses separately)

Course Outline

Course corresponds to the EASA approved training syllabus and enables participants to gain competence in theoretical and practical line & base maintenance. The training will be conducted in the classroom and on the aircraft.

Target group

Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

Group Size

Maximum 28 people

Prerequisites

Basic English, aviation-related technical vocabulary

Objectives

Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology
Apply relevant safety precautions
Inspections
Servicing
System operational and functional tests
Rigging and adjustment
Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL
Awareness of special test equipment and tooling
Describe component installation and removal procedures

Completion Standard

Minimum participation: 90%
Minimum pass mark per examination: 75%

Examination

Multiple choice questions, closed materials

Certification

EASA Part 147 Certificate of Recognition

B1&B2 Engine Differences Practical

Date & place

15.02.2018 - 15.02.2018, Tallinn

Aircraft Type

V2500 Engine & AirFrame Interfaces A320

Price

Theoretical + Practical 1000€
(Currently not possible to take the theoretical and practical courses separately)

Course Outline

Course corresponds to the related EASA approved theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical line & base maintenance. The training will be conducted in the classroom, on the aircraft and in maintenance facilities.

Target Group

Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance or engineering

Group Size

Maximum 15 people

Prerequisites

Airbus A320 engine differences (CFM56 to/from V2500) B1&B2 theoretical training, basic English, aviation-related technical vocabulary

Objectives

Name, identify and locate aircraft system using proper terminology
Apply relevant safety precautions
Perform inspections
Perform servicing
Perform system operational and functional tests
Perform rigging and adjustment
Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL
Awareness of special test equipment and tooling
Describe component installation and removal procedures

Completion Standard

Minimum participation: 90%

Examination

Practical assessment

Certification

EASA Part 147 Certificate of Recognition

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Theoretical

Practical