Aviation and Aerospace Network

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Dates: 25th 26th 27th 28th & 29th January 2016

Location: Lufthansa Technic in Shannon (formerly Shannon Aerospace)

Cost: €560.00 Regular cost €795

 

Programme Name

An overview of all airframe, powerplant and avionics systems of the Classic A320 is provided; It is designed for technical or non-technical managers, as well as other support personnel. The course also covers special safety precautions, tooling and maintenance practices specific to the aircraft.

Duration: 5 days

Programme Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to: Define the general layout of the aircraft’s major systems, using the proper terminology. Identify safety precautions unique to the aircraft type;- Identify maintenance practices, special tooling and test equipment unique to the aircraft type.

Target Audience

Management, Engineers, CAMO, Tech Services Engineers, Non-Technical staff.

Programme Content

ATA 5 – Time limits / Maintenance checks
ATA 6  – Zonal & Station Identification Systems
              General Aircraft (dimensions / weights MTOW etc)
ATA 8  – Levelling and weighing
ATA 9 –  Towing and Taxiing
ATA 10 – Parking / mooring
ATA 21- Air Conditioning
               Air Supply
               Air Conditioning
               Pressurisation
               Safety & Warning Devices
ATA 22  – Auto Pilot
ATA 23 – Communication
               Electronic Emergency Equipment  Required & Cabin Entertainment Equipment
ATA 24 – Electrical Power
ATA 25 – Equipment & Furnishings
               Electronic Emergency Equipment  Required & Cabin Entertainment Equipment
ATA 26 – Fire Protection
ATA 27 – Flight Controls
               Sys. Operation: Electrical/Fly-by-Wire
ATA 28 – Fuel Systems
ATA 29 – Hydraulic Power
ATA 30 – Ice & Rain Protection
ATA 31 – Instruments
ATA 32 – Landing Gear
ATA 33 – Lights
ATA 34 – Navigation
ATA 35 – Oxygen
ATA 36 – Pneumatic/Vacuum
ATA 38 – Water and  Waste
ATA 45 – On Board Maintenance
ATA 49 – Auxiliary Power Units (APUs)
ATA 51 – 57
ATA 51 – Airframe Structure
ATA 52 – Fuselage Doors
ATA 53 – Fuselage
ATA 54 – Nacelles/Pylons
ATA 55 – Stabilisers & Flight Control Surfaces
ATA 56 – Fuselage Windows
ATA 57 – Wings  & Flight Control Surfaces
ATA 71 – 80
ATA 71 – Constructional arrangement and operation
               Engine Performance
               Inlet
               Power plant Installation
               Engine Monitoring and Ground Operation
ATA 72 -Turbo-prop Engines
              Compressors
              Combustion Section
              Turbine Section
ATA 73 – Fuel Systems
ATA 73 – Fuel Systems
               FADEC
ATA 74 – Ignition Systems
ATA 75 – Air Systems
ATA 76 – Engine controls
ATA 77 – Engine Indicating Systems
               Engine Storage and Preservation
ATA 78 – Exhaust
ATA 79 – Bearings and Seals
               Lubricants and Fuels
               Lubrication Systems
ATA 80 – Starting Systems

 

Trainer Profile Qualification & Relevant Experience

Our qualified Trainers are EASA Part 66 B1 Engineers with 20 years’ experience working in the industry on the A320 aircraft

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