Aviation and Aerospace Network
We are pleased to be able to offer a limited number of free places for jobseekers on our network programmes subject to funding being available
Date: 24th 25th & 26th November 2015
Trainer:Atlantic Aviation Group Ltd
Cost: €420 per person funding applied
|Boeing Type Introduction courses (GEN FAM), 757|
|To present a general technical description of the aircraft type.
|The course will provide the attendee with a familiarisation of the principal elements of the aircraft equivalent to PART 66 Level 1
a)The student should be familiar with the basic elements of the aircraft
b)The student should be able to give a simple description of the whole subject, using common words and examples
c) The student should be able to use typical terms.
|Any aviation personnel (technical, financial etc.) who need to gain an appreciation of the aircraft type.|
|3 days of theory instruction introducing the aircraft type. Each system is described from a component, an installation, and an operation standpoint, Flight compartment instruments and panel information have been included to assist in describing the system operation. The principal characteristics and major structural elements are tabulated and shown as required.
The use of DVDs and CBT will be included to enhance the attendee learning .Where practical, a site visit to an aircraft will take place. See Appendix 1 for detailed syllabus.
To satisfactorily complete the program the attendee will be required to sit and pass a multi choice examination.
|On satisfactory completion of the course the attendee will be issued with a certificate of completion issued by our Part 147 school..
Trainer Profile Qualification & Relevant Experience
|Instructors are PART 147 approved instructors on the type and have many years of knowledge and experience both working as engineers and inspectors on the type as well as providing training on the type. Their instruction knowledge includes presentation of type courses to potential licenced engineers/inspectors. They are permanent employees and local to the area.|
1. Introduction to aircraft type
2. Flight Compartment
4. Electrical Power
5. Fuel system
6. Power Plant
7. Auxiliary Power Unit
8. Fire Protection
10. Landing Gear
11. Flight controls
12. Pneumatics and Air conditioning
13. Ice and Rain Protection
15. Oxygen and Water/Waste
16. Communications and Recordings
17. Navigation Sensors and Instruments
18. Flight Management System(incl. Electronic Flight Instrument System)
19. Wind shear and Ground Proximity Warning
20. Electronic Equipment Bay
21. Miscellaneous (e.g exterior doors, air strairs) Abbreviations and Acronyms.