aircraft maintenance training

Aircraft Maintenance Training

Maintenance training courses are constructed and delivered in accordance with ATA 104 Level 3 and are approved under EASA Part 147 and JCARC (Jordan Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission). All of our full-length and conversion courses are designed to satisfy the requirements of PART 66 Category B1, B2 and C License holders. In addition to full conversion courses, we also offer differences training allowing easy and cost effective upgrades between early and later examples of the same aircraft type. All courses finish off with a multi-choice examination.

 

Safety Management System (SMS) and Quality Control

Objective:             

The most important aim of this course is that the trainee must understand the safety management and recognize the four basic elements of the Safety Management System (SMS) and understand the need of quality system and to do his role in which will help achieving a positive safety culture and implanting the quality system,.

 

Minimum prerequisites

None

 

Duration:

36 Hours.

 

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Internal Auditing

Objectives:

  • Measure the objective evidence of an organization's degree of compliance with regulatory requirements
  • Present your assessments in a clear and concise reporting format
  • Apply auditing requirements to the aviation industry and aviation authorities 

 

Minimum prerequisites:

None

 

Duration:

30 Hours

 

EMAIL

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Fuel Tank Safety Level II

Objective:             

On successful completion of the course the student will be familiar to the background and history of the theoretical and practical elements of the Fuel Tank Safety (FTS) as required by EASA and FAA, have an overview of Special Federal Aviation Regulations (SFARs) from 14 CFR SFAR 88 of the FAA and of JAA Temporary guidance Leaflet TGL 47, be able to give a detailed description of the concept of ALI, CDCCL and AWL.

 

Minimum prerequisites

None

 

Duration:

12 Hours.

Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS)

Objectives:

After completion of the course, the trainee should show competency of demonstrate the safe handling of airplane electrical systems, Line Replaceable Units (LRU), tooling, troubleshooting procedures, electrical measurement, the construction and navigation of the applicable wiring practices manual.

 

Minimum prerequisites

None

 

Duration:

18 Hours

 

EMAIL

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CFM56-5 Engine Run Up

Objectives:

Upon completion of this course the trainee shall be able to:

• Describe the relevant safety precautions

• Identify and use appropriate aircraft documentation

• Perform the normal and abnormal engine start procedures

• Perform procedures, to assess the behavior and performance of the engine

• Perform system, engine and component functional checks and adjustments as specified in the maintenance manual

• Correlate Information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification

EASA 147 A318/A319/A320/A321 T1/B1+T2/B2 (CFM56-IAE V2500)

Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to:

• Recall the normal function of these systems as applicable; electrical, fuel, auxiliary power unit, power plant, hydraulic power, landing gear, flight controls, pneumatic power, air conditioning, fire protection, oxygen, water and waste, equipment and furnishings, lights, doors, windows, indicating, recording, communication, navigation and auto flight. • Identify the interfaces between all airframe systems.

IAE V2500 Engine Maintenance

Objectives:

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

• Identify and locate components for each engine part.

• Describe the function of the subsystems and identify its interface.

• Servicing procedures of engine components.

• Be able to safely operate the engine after a major repair and/or replacement of engine Components.

• Identify normal and abnormal start procedures.

A320 Vs. A321

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

 

Minimum prerequisites:

A320 Initial Type Rating Course

 

Duration:

A320 Vs. A319

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

 

Minimum prerequisites:

A320 Initial Type Rating Course

 

Duration:

A319/A320/A321 Vs. Enhanced A318/ A319/A320/A321 (B1+B2)

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

 

Minimum prerequisites:

A319/A320/A321 Initial Type Rating Course

 

CFM56-5 Vs. V2500

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two Engines.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain controls and indications associated with the engine and its components.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft engine and its components.

 

Minimum prerequisites:

Initial A320 CFM56-5 or A320 V2500-A1/A5 course

 

Duration:

12 Hours

 

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EASA 147 A330 (RR RB 211 TRENT 700) To A340 (CFM56) Differences T1/B1+T2/B2 

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

 

Minimum prerequisites

EASA 147 A330 (PW4000) To A340 (CFM56) Differences T1/B1+T2/B2 

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

Minimum prerequisites

EASA 147 A330 (GE CF6) To A340 (CFM56) Differences T1/B1+T2/B2 

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

Minimum prerequisites

EASA 147 A330 (RR RB211 Trent 700) To A330 ( GE CF6 ) Difference 

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

Minimum prerequisites

EASA 147 A330 (RR RB211 Trent 700) To A330 ( PW4000 ) 

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

Minimum prerequisites

EASA 147 A330 (PW4000) To A330 (RR RB211 Trent 700) 

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

 

Minimum prerequisites

EASA 147 A330 (PW4000) To A330 (GE  CF6) Difference 

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

Minimum prerequisites:

EASA 147 A330 (GE CF6) To A330 (RR RB211 Trent 700) Difference 

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

Minimum prerequisites

EASA 147 A330 (GE CF6) To A330 (PW4000) Difference 

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

Minimum prerequisites:

EASA 147 A340 (CFM56) To A330 (RR RB211 Trent 700 ) Differences T1/B1+T2/B2

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

 

Minimum prerequisites:

EASA 147 A340 (CFM56) To A330 (PW 4000) Differences T1/B1+T2/B2

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.
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Minimum prerequisites:

EASA 147 A340 (CFM56) To A330 (GE CF6 ) Differences T1/B1+T2/B

Objectives:             

  • To provide the systems differences between the two models.
  • Identify and locate components of the Aircraft.
  • Describe the function of the systems and identify its interface.
  • Identify and explain the controls associated with each system including its indications and annunciators associated with it.
  • Servicing procedures of aircraft systems and components.

 

Minimum prerequisites:

EASA 147 A340 (CFM56-5C) T1/B1+T2/B2

Objectives:

Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to:

·         Recall the normal function of these systems as applicable; electrical, fuel, auxiliary power unit, power plant, hydraulic power, landing gear, flight controls, pneumatic power, air conditioning, fire protection, oxygen, water and waste, equipment and furnishings, lights, doors, windows, indicating, recording, communication, navigation and auto flight.