EMBRAER 170 190 SERIES (GE CF34) GENERAL FAMILIARISATION COURSEBack to Training
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- Date: 4 Apr 2022
- Location: Online
- Cost: $565
The course is designed for aircraft maintenance engineers and other support staff to provides an overview on all aspects of the Embraer 170/190 Series (GE CF34) Airframe/Power-plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics System.
This syllabus covers Airframe, Engine, Electrical and Avionics elements to ATA specification 104 level 1 and covers the Description and Operation portions of the relevant chapters. The training materials used are based on manufacturer supplied documents and may be supplemented by other documents such as maintenance manuals, Service Bulletins (SBs) and Airworthiness Directives (ADs). The course is designed for delivery in a physical or virtual classroom.
An outlined schedule is included; however, it may be necessary to vary the sequence from time to time to suit course planning requirements provided the content of all the chapters are covered. Aircraft visits will occur during the course as aircraft are available.
Upon completion of the course the trainees will have acquired an understanding of:
The general layout of the aircraft’s major systems, and the appropriate terminology and nomenclature.
- The special tools needed to maintain the aircraft.
- The safety procedures and the maintenance airworthiness checks related to this aircraft.
- The aircraft’s technical documentation.
This TNA defines the requirements for the Embraer 170/190 Series (GE CF34) General Familiarisation Course. The course covers the Embraer 190 systems and the differences of the Embraer 170. The course duration is 5 Days.
- There is no examination for this course.
- A certificate will be issued at the end of each course to each student who has satisfactorily completed the course.
This course provides general familiarisation training on airframe, electrical, avionics and power-plant systems in accordance with the attached schedule.
The standard training programme is based upon a maximum of 6 hours of instruction per day with appropriate breaks, the number, frequency, and duration of breaks may vary based on whether delivery is in a physical or virtual classroom. The training day may be extended to cover additional time for review and aircraft visits.
To register for this course please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This course will be delivered by AeCAT
AIRCRAFT INTRO(ATA 52)
INDICATING & RECORDING SYSTEM(ATA 34)
ELECTRICAL POWER(ATA 29)
HYDRAULIC POWER(ATA 27)
FIRE PROTECTION(ATA 32)
LANDING GEAR(ATA 35)
WATER & WASTE
EMBRAER 170 DIFFS