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On-The-Job Training

Boeing 737CL

Aircraft Type

Boeing 737-300/400/500 CFM56 engine

Location

Tallinn

Duration

40 days up to 4 months

Dates

Summer 2019

Price

€1800 per participant

Course Outline

OJT - “On-the-Job Training” (Appendix III to EASA Part-66, Section 6) is the next required step for the first aircraft type rating.
Magnetic MRO has developed an OJT program that covers a cross-section of tasks acceptable to the EASA working environment. It gives hands-on and one-on-one supervision working experience on the aircraft and its corresponding systems.
During OJT, tasks vary from relatively simple to complex maintenance actions, in accordance with the defined maintenance program.

Prerequisites

• Completion of B1 and/or B2 level basic training or being a B1/B2 licensed engineer
• The trainee has done basic training at a Part-147 training organization, minimum 3 years of working experience in a maintenance organization;
• The trainee has done basic training somewhere other than in a Part-147 organization, minimum 5 years of working experience in a maintenance organization;
• B737CL type training (theoretical and practical) completed in an Magnetic MRO EASA Part-147 approved training organization;
• Successful background check to be done by the Estonian Defense Police for an airport pass

Objectives

• Apply relevant safety precautions
• Identify and apply aircraft technical documentation
• Name, identify and locate aircraft system components (LOC)
• Perform normal operation of aircraft systems and sub-systems (FOT)
• Perform servicing
• Perform system functional tests and on-board maintenance system supported tests (FOT)
• Carry out routine thorough visual checks (TVC)
• Describe component removal / installation procedures (RIA) unique to the aircraft type
• Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL, and explain maintenance procedures according to the minimum equipment list (MEL)
• Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification

Examination

Practical assessment

Certification

Certificate of completion

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