Date:  14th January to 18th January 2019

Venue:  Shannon

Cost:  €595 pp (with Skillnet Funding)


Course Content:

The objective of the course is to introduce the students to the aircraft and its systems at an introductory level and give the student an overall appreciation of the aircraft.

Target Audience:

People who are employed in a CAMO, new employees in an MRO or Operator, or anyone who needs an appreciation of the aircraft and engine systems to carry out their duties.

Programme Content:

The course will cover all relevant aspects of the design of the structure, systems, and engine (CFM56 or V2500) of the A320, to level 1.

As the course content is the same, Cat C and Gen Fam courses can be delivered concurrently. The difference being that only those students who need a Cat C certificate will be required to sit an examination and achieve a minimum 75% pass mark.

These students will be issued with an approved Part-147 course certificate.

Upon presenting the certificate (along with evidence of appropriate experience etc.) to the Irish Aviation Authority, the students will be able to gain a Cat C licence.

For example; this would allow them to become Airworthiness Review Staff in a CAMO with authority to sign an Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC), thereby increasing their value to an employer in the aviation industry.

Note; students doing the Gen Fam course are not required to sit an exam but they will be issued with a completion certificate.