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: 21st 22nd & 23rd September 2015
Trainer: Atlantic Aviation Group Ltd
Cost: €500 per person funding applied
|To provide a basic level 1 Theory Type Introduction Course using Manufacturers original documentation at suitable Training facilities conducted by an approved training organisation (approved by the Irish Aviation Authority) and delivered by Part 66 Licensed Engineers, 145 approved on the type and 147 approved to deliver training.The course is usually three full time days. The courses will not be C category (145 release staff only) but are recognised by the Irish Aviation Authority as level 1 meeting the requirements of AMC M.A.706 para 4.7 and AMC M.A.707(a)(1)|
|The course will provide students with a recognised certificate of completion, acceptable to the Irish Aviation Authority for the approved organisations requirement to demonstrate qualification of staff IAW AMC M.A.706 para 4.7 and AMC M.A.707(a)(1). It is a level 1 Type Introduction course and is suitable for any aviation staff who need to gain an appreciation of the aircraft type.|
|Any aviation staff (technical, financial etc) who need to gain an appreciation of the aircraft type.|
|24 hours 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.|
Trainer Profile Qualification & Relevant Experience
Instructors will be appropriately qualified and competent IAW the Atlantic Aviation Group Maintenance Training Organisation Exposition. They are permanently employed and local to the area. Criteria include:• Be a Part-66 AML type rated license holder or hold a valid Part-145 authorization including the type rating in the appropriate category for the type training to be delivered
Have received aircraft type training on the appropriate aircraft type and category.
• Have at least three years’ experience of instructing or lecturing, or have attained a suitable training or teaching qualification.
• Be assessed for competence and suitability in delivering training and/or conducting examinations using Form TR-029 Instructor, Examiner, Assessor Assessment Checklist.
• Receive training in and be familiar with the Atlantic Aviation Group relevant MTOE procedures and Part 66/147/AMC/GM
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. Please click on the following link to check if you meet Jobseekers eligibility criteria
The Aviation & Aerospace Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
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