On-The-Job Training

Airbus A320 Family

  • Aircraft Type

    Airbus A318/319/320/321 (CFM56/V2500)

  • Location

    Tallinn, Estonia

  • Duration

    The duration of training can vary between 40 days and 4 months, depending on the requirements set by the licensing authority.

  • Dates

    Upon request only

  • Price

    Individual calculation

  • Course Outline

    OJT - "On-the-Job Training" (as specified in Appendix III to EASA Part-66, Section 6), is the next required step after obtaining the first aircraft type rating.

    Magnetic MRO has developed an OJT program that covers a diverse range of tasks, aligning with the requirements of an EASA working environment. This program provides participants with hands-on experience and one-on-one supervision while working on the aircraft and its corresponding systems.

    During the OJT program, participants will engage in tasks that vary in complexity, ranging from relatively simple to more complex maintenance actions, all in accordance with the defined maintenance program.

  • Target Group

    Technical personnel in aircraft maintenance seeking a type endorsement on their EASA license

  • Prerequisites

    • Completion of B1 and/or B2 level basic training or possession of a B1/B2 engineer license.
    • Completion of basic training at a Part-147 approved training organization with a minimum of 3 years of working experience in a maintenance organization.
    • Completion of basic training at a non-Part-147 organization with a minimum of 5 years of working experience in a maintenance organization.
    • Completion of Airbus A320 type training (both theoretical and practical) at Magnetic MRO, an EASA Part-147-approved training organization.
    • Successful background check conducted by the Estonian Defense Police for obtaining an airport pass.

  • Training objectives

    Upon completing the training, students will acquire the following skills and knowledge:

    (a) Apply relevant safety precautions.

    (b) Identify and utilize aircraft technical documentation effectively.

    (c) Name, identify, and locate aircraft system components (LOC).

    (d) Perform the normal operation of aircraft systems and sub-systems (FOT).

    (e) Perform servicing tasks efficiently.

    (f) Conduct system functional tests and on-board maintenance system supported tests (FOT).

    (g) Perform routine thorough visual checks (TVC).

    (h) Describe aircraft type-specific procedures for component removal/installation (RIA).

    (i) Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL and explain maintenance procedures based on the minimum equipment list (MEL).

    (j) Analyze and interpret information to make informed decisions regarding fault diagnosis and rectification.

  • Examination

    Practical assessment

  • Certification

    Certificate of completion

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