EASA Part 147 Aircraft Maintenance Training Organisations

  • An Application for EASA Part 147
  • An Application for Issue or Change of Part 147
  • Turkish DGCA and EASA Part 147 Audit Preparation
  • An Application for MTOE
  • An Application for Post Holder
  • Qualification of Part 147 Training Staff
  • Qualification of Part 147 Examiners
  • Assessment of Part 147 Audit Reports
  • Preparation Part 147 Qbank
  • Basic Training and Type Training Qbank
  • Preparation Part 147 Training Needs Analysis (TNA)

The standards in relation to the trainings needed by the personnel required to obtain certificate of competency in civil aviation industry are set, and training organizations, which train such personnel, are authorized by our Directorate General. Authorized Aviation Training Organizations refer to the organizations authorized for trainings of Maintenance Technicians,

SHY 147 Maintenance Technician Training Organizations: The organizations, which are authorized by our Directorate General in order to conduct exams and trainings to be provided to the personnel who will obtain aircraft maintenance technician license, are designated as SHY-147 Maintenance Training Organization.

PART 0 General Organisation (Operators within the European Union)

  • This section is reserved for those maintenance organisations approved under Part-145 who are also operators within the European Union.

PART 1 Management

  • 1.1. Corporate commitment by accountable manager
  • 1.2. Management personnel
  • 1.3. Duties and responsibilities of management personnel, instructors, knowledge examiners and practical assessor
  • 1.4. Management personnel organisation chart
  • 1.5. List of instructional and examination staff Note: A separate document may be referenced
  • 1.6. List of approved addresses
  • 1.7 Manpower resources
  • 1.8. General description of facilities at paragraph 1.6 addresses
  • 1.9. Specific list of courses and type examinations approved by the competent authority
  • 1.10. Notification procedures regarding changes to organisation
  • 1.11. Exposition and associated manuals amendment procedure

PART 2 Training and Examination Procedures

  • 2.1. Organisation of courses
  • 2.2. Preparation of course material
  • 2.3. Preparation of classrooms and equipment
  • 2.4. Preparation of workshops/maintenance facilities and equipment
  • 2.5. Conduct of theoretical training & practical training (during basic knowledge training and type/task training)
  • 2.6. Records of training carried out
  • 2.7. Storage of training records
  • 2.8. Training at locations not listed in paragraph 1.6
  • 2.9. Organisation of examinations
  • 2.10. Security and preparation of examination material
  • 2.11. Preparation of examination rooms
  • 2.12. Conduct of examinations (basic knowledge examinations, type/task training examinations and type examinations)
  • 2.13. Conduct of practical assessments (during basic knowledge training and type/task training)
  • 2.14. Marking and record of examinations
  • 2.15. Storage of examination records
  • 2.16. Examinations at locations not listed in paragraph 1.6
  • 2.17. Preparation, control & issue of basic training course certificates
  • 2.18. Control of sub-contractors

PART 3 – Training System Quality Procedures

  • 3.1. Audit of training
  • 3.2. Audit of examinations
  • 3.3. Analysis of examination results
  • 3.4. Audit and analysis remedial action
  • 3.5. Accountable manager annual review
  • 3.6. Qualifying the instructors
  • 3.7. Qualifying the examiners and the assessors
  • 3.8. Records of qualified instructors & examiners

PART 4 –Appendices

  • 4.1. Example of documents and forms used
  • 4.2. Syllabus of each training course
  • 4.3. Cross-reference index - if applicable

Section A Procedure for Aircraft Maintenance Training Organisations

  • 147.A.05 Scope
  • 147.A.10 General
  • 147.A.15 Application
  • 147.A.100 Facility requirements
  • 147.A.105 Personnel requirements
  • 147.A.110 Records of instructors, examiners and assessors
  • 147.A.115 Instructional equipment
  • 147.A.120 Maintenance training material
  • 147.A.125 Records
  • 147.A.130 Training procedures and quality system
  • 147.A.135 Examinations
  • 147.A.140 Maintenance training organisation exposition
  • 147.A.145 Privileges of the maintenance training organisation
  • 147.A.150 Changes to the maintenance training organisation
  • 147.A.155 Continued validity
  • 147.A.160 Findings
  • 147.A.200 The approved basic training course
  • 147.A.205 Basic knowledge examinations
  • 147.A.210 Basic practical assessment
  • 147.A.300 Aircraft type/task training
  • 147.A.305 Aircraft type examinations and task assessments

Section B Procedure for Competent Authorities

  • 147.B.05 Scope
  • 147.B.10 Competent Authority
  • 147.B.20 Record-keeping
  • 147.B.25 Exemptions
  • 147.B.110 Procedure for approval and changes to the approval
  • 147.B.120 Continued validity procedure
  • 147.B.125 Maintenance training organisation approval certificate
  • 147.B.130 Findings
  • 147.B.200 Revocation, suspension and limitation of the maintenance training organisation approval
  • Appendix I — Basic training course duration
  • Appendix II — Maintenance Training Organisation Approval referred to in Annex IV (Part-147) — EASA Form 11
  • Appendix III — Certificates of Recognition referred to in Annex IV (Part-147) — EASA Forms 148 and 149

Basic Licence Category

  • B1 (**) TB1.1 (**) AEROPLANES TURBINE (**)
  • B1 (**) TB1.2 (**)AEROPLANES PISTON (**)
  • B1 (**) TB1.3 (**)HELICOPTERS TURBINE (**)
  • B1 (**) TB1.4 (**)HELICOPTERS PISTON (**)
  • B2 (**)TB2 (**)AVIONICS (**)
  • B3 (**)TB3 (**)PISTON-ENGINE NON-PRESSURISED AEROPLANES 2 000 KG MTOM AND BELOW (**)
  • A (**) TA.1 (**)AEROPLANES TURBINE (**)
  • A (**) TA.2 (**)AEROPLANES PISTON (**)
  • A (**) TA.3 (**)HELICOPTERS TURBINE (**)
  • A (**)TA.4 (**)HELICOPTERS PISTON (**)

Type / Task Category

  • C (**)T4 (**)[QUOTE AIRCRAFT TYPE] (***)
  • B1 (**)T1 (**)[QUOTE AIRCRAFT TYPE] (***)
  • B2 (**)T2 (**)[QUOTE AIRCRAFT TYPE] (***)
  • A (**)T3 (**)[QUOTE AIRCRAFT TYPE] (***)

Our EASA Part 147 approved type training B1/B2 course provides the theoretical and practical expertise in the aircraft’s electrical systems, airframe systems, powerplant and avionics systems that are required under CARC and/or EASA Part 147/Part 66. Completion of the course enables B1/B2 licence holders to perform qualified maintenance checks on the aircraft type concerned.

The course uses practically-oriented instruction and the latest (and constantly-updated) training documentation to cover all the theoretical and technical aspects of the topics required. The practical training is offered in an EASA Part 145 environment. The course can be held either in Istanbul or at any other location of the customer’s choice.

Objectives:

To give the student an in-depth knowledge of the A320 Airframe/ Power plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics Systems. At completion of the course the student will have sufficient knowledge to perform the duties of an B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for Appropriate company approvals.

After completing the Type Training B1/B2 maintenance course, the participant will be able to:

  • Recall the safety precautions.
  • Provide detailed descriptions of systems, structures and powerplant and their inter relationships.
  • Use and interpret the relevant documentation, including the SRM and the TSM.
  • Identify special tooling and test equipment.
  • Identify the locations of principal components.
  • Collate information from various sources for troubleshooting purposes.
  • Describe and perform servicing procedures.
  • Describe typical functional checks per AMM.
  • Describe the removal and installation procedures unique to the aircraft type.

Target Group:

The course is intended for EASA Part 66 Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.

Customization:

In compliance with CARC, EASA and other national authorities, we will gladly provide you with individual training solutions. Discuss your requirements with us.

Requirements:

As determined by Company requirements but ideally will not be less than the holding of a EASA Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance License. Participants must have the expertise and experience to meet the knowledge and skill levels required for the corresponding CARC and/or EASA licences (or equivalents). Knowledge of the relevant manuals such as the maintenance manual, the systems schematics manual, the wiring manual and the illustrated parts catalogue, as well as of the requisite tooling and equipment will also be required.

Examinations And Approvals:

To ensure that the key course goals are achieved, every participant will be required to undergo examinations and obtain a pass grade of at least 75%.

Duration:

  • Theory: depends on aircraft type.
  • Practical: 10 Days.

Type-Specific Differences:

  • A320 CFM 56
  • A320 V2500

Theory and Practical

  • 35 Days (6h/day) without Differential Course CFM to V2500 or vice versa: 4 days (6h/day).
  • Practical 10 days

Introduction module:

  • 05 Time limits/maintenance checks
  • 06 Dimensions/Areas (MTOM, etc.)
  • 07 Lifting and Shoring
  • 08 Levelling and weighing
  • 09 Towing and taxiing
  • 10 Parking/mooring, Storing and Return to Service
  • 11 Placards and Markings
  • 12 Servicing
  • 20 Standard practices — only type particular

Airframe structures

  • 51 Standard practices and structures (damage classification, assessment and repair)
  • 53 Fuselage
  • 54 Nacelles/Pylons
  • 55 Stabilisers
  • 56 Windows
  • 57 Wings
  • 27A Flight Control Surfaces (All)
  • 52 Doors
  • Zonal and Station Identification Systems.

Airframe systems:

  • 21 Air Conditioning
  • 21A Air Supply
  • 21B Pressurisation
  • 21C Safety and Warning Devices
  • 22 Autoflight
  • 23 Communications
  • 24 Electrical Power
  • 25 Equipment and Furnishings
  • 25A Electronic Equipment including emergency equipment
  • 26 Fire Protection
  • 27 Flight Controls
  • 27A Sys. Operation: Electrical/Fly-by-Wire
  • 28 Fuel Systems
  • 28A Fuel Systems — Monitoring and indicating
  • 29 Hydraulic Power
  • 29A Hydraulic Power — Monitoring and indicating
  • 30 Ice and Rain Protection
  • 31 Indicating/Recording Systems
  • 31A Instrument Systems
  • 32 Landing Gear
  • 32A Landing Gear — Monitoring and indicating
  • 33 Lights
  • 34 Navigation
  • 35 Oxygen
  • 36 Pneumatic
  • 36A Pneumatic — Monitoring and indicating
  • 37 Vacuum
  • 38 Water/Waste
  • 41 Water Ballast
  • 42 Integrated modular avionics
  • 44 Cabin Systems
  • 45 On-Board Maintenance System (or covered in 31)
  • 46 Information Systems
  • 50 Cargo and Accessory Compartments

Turbine Engine

  • 70 Standard Practices — Engines,
  • 70A Constructional arrangement and operation (Installation Inlet, Compressors, Combustion Section, Turbine Section, Bearings and Seals, Lubrication Systems).
  • 70B Engine Performance
  • 71 Powerplant
  • 72 Engine Turbine/Turbo Prop/Ducted Fan/Unducted fan
  • 73 Engine Fuel and Control
  • 75 Air
  • 76 Engine controls
  • 78 Exhaust
  • 79 Oil
  • 80 Starting
  • 82 Water Injections
  • 83 Accessory Gear Boxes
  • 84 Propulsion Augmentation
  • 73A FADEC
  • 74 Ignition
  • 77 Engine Indicating Systems
  • 49 Auxiliary Power Units (APUs)

Our EASA Part 147 type training B1/B2 course provides the theoretical and practical expertise in the aircraft’s electrical systems, airframe systems, powerplant and avionics systems that are required under CARC and/or EASA Part 147/Part 66. Completion of the course enables B1/B2 licence holders to perform qualified maintenance checks on the aircraft type concerned.

The course uses practically-oriented instruction and the latest (and constantly-updated) training documentation to cover all the theoretical and technical aspects of the topics required. The practical training is offered in an EASA Part 145 environment. The course can be held either in Istanbul or at any other location of the customer’s choice.

Objectives:

To give the student an in-depth knowledge of the A320 Neo Airframe/ Power plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics Systems. At completion of the course the student will have sufficient knowledge to perform the duties of an B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for Appropriate company approvals.

After completing the Type Training B1/B2 maintenance course, the participant will be able to:

  • Recall the safety precautions.
  • Provide detailed descriptions of systems, structures and powerplant and their inter relationships.
  • Use and interpret the relevant documentation, including the SRM and the TSM.
  • Identify special tooling and test equipment.
  • Identify the locations of principal components.
  • Collate information from various sources for troubleshooting purposes.
  • Describe and perform servicing procedures.
  • Describe typical functional checks per AMM.
  • Describe the removal and installation procedures unique to the aircraft type.

Target Group:

The course is intended for EASA Part 66 Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.

Customization:

In compliance with CARC, EASA and other national authorities, we will gladly provide you with individual training solutions. Discuss your requirements with us.

Requirements:

As determined by Company requirements but ideally will not be less than the holding of a EASA Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance License. Participants must have the expertise and experience to meet the knowledge and skill levels required for the corresponding CARC and/or EASA licences (or equivalents). Knowledge of the relevant manuals such as the maintenance manual, the systems schematics manual, the wiring manual and the illustrated parts catalogue, as well as of the requisite tooling and equipment will also be required.

Examinations And Approvals:

To ensure that the key course goals are achieved, every participant will be required to undergo examinations and obtain a pass grade of at least 75%.

Duration:

  • Theory: 4 days
  • Practical: 1Day.

Engine Types:

  • A320 Leap-1A
  • A320 PW1100G

Our EASA Part 147 type training B1/B2 course provides the theoretical and practical expertise in the aircraft’s electrical systems, airframe systems, powerplant and avionics systems that are required under CARC and/or EASA Part 147/Part 66. Completion of the course enables B1/B2 licence holders to perform qualified maintenance checks on the aircraft type concerned.

The course uses practically-oriented instruction and the latest (and constantly-updated) training documentation to cover all the theoretical and technical aspects of the topics required. The practical training is offered in an EASA Part 145 environment. The course can be held either in Istanbul or at any other location of the customer’s choice.

Objectives:

To give the student an in-depth knowledge of the A330 Airframe/ Power plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics Systems. At completion of the course the student will have sufficient knowledge to perform the duties of an B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for Appropriate company approvals.

After completing the A330 difference Type Training B1/B2 maintenance course, the participant will be able to:

  • Recall the safety precautions.
  • Provide detailed descriptions of systems, structures and powerplant and their inter relationships.
  • Use and interpret the relevant documentation, including the SRM and the TSM.
  • Identify special tooling and test equipment.
  • Identify the locations of principal components.
  • Collate information from various sources for troubleshooting purposes.
  • Describe and perform servicing procedures.
  • Describe typical functional checks per AMM.
  • Describe the removal and installation procedures unique to the aircraft type.

Target Group:

The course is intended for EASA Part 66 Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.

Customization:

In compliance with CARC, EASA and other national authorities, we will gladly provide you with individual training solutions. Discuss your requirements with us.

Requirements:

As determined by Company requirements but ideally will not be less than the holding of a EASA Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance License. Participants must have the expertise and experience to meet the knowledge and skill levels required for the corresponding CARC and/or EASA licences (or equivalents). Knowledge of the relevant manuals such as the maintenance manual, the systems schematics manual, the wiring manual and the illustrated parts catalogue, as well as of the requisite tooling and equipment will also be required.

Examinations And Approvals:

To ensure that the key course goals are achieved, every participant will be required to undergo examinations and obtain a pass grade of at least 75%.

Duration:

  • Theory: 35 days
  • Practical: 10 days.

Engine Types:

  • RR RB 211 Trent 700
  • PW 4000
  • GE CF6

Our EASA Part 147 type training B1/B2 course provides the theoretical and practical expertise in the aircraft’s electrical systems, airframe systems, powerplant and avionics systems that are required under CARC and/or EASA Part 147/Part 66. Completion of the course enables B1/B2 licence holders to perform qualified maintenance checks on the aircraft type concerned.

The course uses practically-oriented instruction and the latest (and constantly-updated) training documentation to cover all the theoretical and technical aspects of the topics required. The practical training is offered in an EASA Part 145 environment. The course can be held either in Istanbul or at any other location of the customer’s choice.

Objectives:

To give the student an in-depth knowledge of the A350 Airframe/ Power plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics Systems. At completion of the course the student will have sufficient knowledge to perform the duties of an B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for Appropriate company approvals.

After completing the A350 Type Training B1/B2 maintenance course, the participant will be able to:

  • Recall the safety precautions.
  • Provide detailed descriptions of systems, structures and powerplant and their inter relationships.
  • Use and interpret the relevant documentation, including the SRM and the TSM.
  • Identify special tooling and test equipment.
  • Identify the locations of principal components.
  • Collate information from various sources for troubleshooting purposes.
  • Describe and perform servicing procedures.
  • Describe typical functional checks per AMM.
  • Describe the removal and installation procedures unique to the aircraft type.

Target Group:

The course is intended for EASA Part 66 Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.

Customization:

In compliance with CARC, EASA and other national authorities, we will gladly provide you with individual training solutions. Discuss your requirements with us.

Requirements:

As determined by Company requirements but ideally will not be less than the holding of a EASA Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance License. Participants must have the expertise and experience to meet the knowledge and skill levels required for the corresponding CARC and/or EASA licences (or equivalents). Knowledge of the relevant manuals such as the maintenance manual, the systems schematics manual, the wiring manual and the illustrated parts catalogue, as well as of the requisite tooling and equipment will also be required.

Examinations And Approvals:

To ensure that the key course goals are achieved, every participant will be required to undergo examinations and obtain a pass grade of at least 75%.

Duration:

  • Theory: 35 days
  • Practical: 10 days.

Engine Types:

  • RR Trent XWB

Our EASA Part 147 type training B1/B2 course provides the theoretical and practical expertise in the aircraft’s electrical systems, airframe systems, powerplant and avionics systems that are required under CARC and/or EASA Part 147/Part 66. Completion of the course enables B1/B2 licence holders to perform qualified maintenance checks on the aircraft type concerned.

The course uses practically-oriented instruction and the latest (and constantly-updated) training documentation to cover all the theoretical and technical aspects of the topics required. The practical training is offered in an EASA Part 145 environment. The course can be held either in Istanbul or at any other location of the customer’s choice.

Objectives:

To give the student an in-depth knowledge of the B737NG Airframe/ Power plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics Systems. At completion of the course the student will have sufficient knowledge to perform the duties of an B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for Appropriate company approvals.

After completing the B777 Type Training B1/B2 maintenance course, the participant will be able to:

  • Recall the safety precautions.
  • Provide detailed descriptions of systems, structures and powerplant and their inter relationships.
  • Use and interpret the relevant documentation, including the SRM and the TSM.
  • Identify special tooling and test equipment.
  • Identify the locations of principal components.
  • Collate information from various sources for troubleshooting purposes.
  • Describe and perform servicing procedures.
  • Describe typical functional checks per AMM.
  • Describe the removal and installation procedures unique to the aircraft type.

Target Group:

The course is intended for EASA Part 66 Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.

Customization:

In compliance with CARC, EASA and other national authorities, we will gladly provide you with individual training solutions. Discuss your requirements with us.

Requirements:

As determined by Company requirements but ideally will not be less than the holding of a EASA Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance License. Participants must have the expertise and experience to meet the knowledge and skill levels required for the corresponding CARC and/or EASA licences (or equivalents). Knowledge of the relevant manuals such as the maintenance manual, the systems schematics manual, the wiring manual and the illustrated parts catalogue, as well as of the requisite tooling and equipment will also be required.

Examinations And Approvals:

To ensure that the key course goals are achieved, every participant will be required to undergo examinations and obtain a pass grade of at least 75%.

Duration:

  • Theory: 28 days
  • Practical: 10 days.

Engine Types:

  • CFM56

Our EASA Part 147 type training B1/B2 course provides the theoretical and practical expertise in the aircraft’s electrical systems, airframe systems, powerplant and avionics systems that are required under CARC and/or EASA Part 147/Part 66. Completion of the course enables B1/B2 licence holders to perform qualified maintenance checks on the aircraft type concerned.

The course uses practically-oriented instruction and the latest (and constantly-updated) training documentation to cover all the theoretical and technical aspects of the topics required. The practical training is offered in an EASA Part 145 environment. The course can be held either in Istanbul or at any other location of the customer’s choice.

Objectives:

To give the student an in-depth knowledge of the A330 Airframe/ Power plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics Systems. At completion of the course the student will have sufficient knowledge to perform the duties of an B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for Appropriate company approvals.

After completing the B777 Type Training B1/B2 maintenance course, the participant will be able to:

  • Recall the safety precautions.
  • Provide detailed descriptions of systems, structures and powerplant and their inter relationships.
  • Use and interpret the relevant documentation, including the SRM and the TSM.
  • Identify special tooling and test equipment.
  • Identify the locations of principal components.
  • Collate information from various sources for troubleshooting purposes.
  • Describe and perform servicing procedures.
  • Describe typical functional checks per AMM.
  • Describe the removal and installation procedures unique to the aircraft type.

Target Group:

The course is intended for EASA Part 66 Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.

Customization:

In compliance with CARC, EASA and other national authorities, we will gladly provide you with individual training solutions. Discuss your requirements with us.

Requirements:

As determined by Company requirements but ideally will not be less than the holding of a EASA Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance License. Participants must have the expertise and experience to meet the knowledge and skill levels required for the corresponding CARC and/or EASA licences (or equivalents). Knowledge of the relevant manuals such as the maintenance manual, the systems schematics manual, the wiring manual and the illustrated parts catalogue, as well as of the requisite tooling and equipment will also be required.

Examinations And Approvals:

To ensure that the key course goals are achieved, every participant will be required to undergo examinations and obtain a pass grade of at least 75%.

Duration:

  • Theory: 35 days
  • Practical: 10 days.

Engine Types:

  • RR RB211 Trent 800
  • PW 4000
  • GE 90

Our EASA Part 147 type training B1/B2 course provides the theoretical and practical expertise in the aircraft’s electrical systems, airframe systems, powerplant and avionics systems that are required under CARC and/or EASA Part 147/Part 66. Completion of the course enables B1/B2 licence holders to perform qualified maintenance checks on the aircraft type concerned.

The course uses practically-oriented instruction and the latest (and constantly-updated) training documentation to cover all the theoretical and technical aspects of the topics required. The practical training is offered in an EASA Part 145 environment. The course can be held either in Istanbul or at any other location of the customer’s choice.

Objectives:

To give the student an in-depth knowledge of the A330 Airframe/ Power plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics Systems. At completion of the course the student will have sufficient knowledge to perform the duties of an B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for Appropriate company approvals.

After completing the B777 Type Training B1/B2 maintenance course, the participant will be able to:

  • Recall the safety precautions.
  • Provide detailed descriptions of systems, structures and powerplant and their inter relationships.
  • Use and interpret the relevant documentation, including the SRM and the TSM.
  • Identify special tooling and test equipment.
  • Identify the locations of principal components.
  • Collate information from various sources for troubleshooting purposes.
  • Describe and perform servicing procedures.
  • Describe typical functional checks per AMM.
  • Describe the removal and installation procedures unique to the aircraft type.

Target Group:

The course is intended for EASA Part 66 Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.

Customization:

In compliance with CARC, EASA and other national authorities, we will gladly provide you with individual training solutions. Discuss your requirements with us.

Requirements:

As determined by Company requirements but ideally will not be less than the holding of a EASA Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance License. Participants must have the expertise and experience to meet the knowledge and skill levels required for the corresponding CARC and/or EASA licences (or equivalents). Knowledge of the relevant manuals such as the maintenance manual, the systems schematics manual, the wiring manual and the illustrated parts catalogue, as well as of the requisite tooling and equipment will also be required.

Examinations And Approvals:

To ensure that the key course goals are achieved, every participant will be required to undergo examinations and obtain a pass grade of at least 75%.

Duration:

  • Theory: 35 days
  • Practical: 10 days.

Engine Types:

  • RR RB211 Trent 800
  • PW 4000
  • GE 90

Our EASA Part 147 type training B1/B2 course provides the theoretical and practical expertise in the aircraft’s electrical systems, airframe systems, powerplant and avionics systems that are required under CARC and/or EASA Part 147/Part 66. Completion of the course enables B1/B2 licence holders to perform qualified maintenance checks on the aircraft type concerned.

The course uses practically-oriented instruction and the latest (and constantly-updated) training documentation to cover all the theoretical and technical aspects of the topics required. The practical training is offered in an EASA Part 145 environment. The course can be held either in Istanbul or at any other location of the customer’s choice.

Objectives:

To give the student an in-depth knowledge of the A330 Airframe/ Power plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics Systems. At completion of the course the student will have sufficient knowledge to perform the duties of an B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for Appropriate company approvals.

After completing the B787 dreamliner Type Training B1/B2 maintenance course, the participant will be able to:

  • Recall the safety precautions.
  • Provide detailed descriptions of systems, structures and powerplant and their inter relationships.
  • Use and interpret the relevant documentation, including the SRM and the TSM.
  • Identify special tooling and test equipment.
  • Identify the locations of principal components.
  • Collate information from various sources for troubleshooting purposes.
  • Describe and perform servicing procedures.
  • Describe typical functional checks per AMM.
  • Describe the removal and installation procedures unique to the aircraft type.

Target Group:

The course is intended for EASA Part 66 Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.

Customization:

In compliance with CARC, EASA and other national authorities, we will gladly provide you with individual training solutions. Discuss your requirements with us.

Requirements:

As determined by Company requirements but ideally will not be less than the holding of a EASA Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance License. Participants must have the expertise and experience to meet the knowledge and skill levels required for the corresponding CARC and/or EASA licences (or equivalents). Knowledge of the relevant manuals such as the maintenance manual, the systems schematics manual, the wiring manual and the illustrated parts catalogue, as well as of the requisite tooling and equipment will also be required.

Examinations And Approvals:

To ensure that the key course goals are achieved, every participant will be required to undergo examinations and obtain a pass grade of at least 75%.

Duration:

  • Theory: 40 days
  • Practical: 10 days.

Engine Types:

  • GEnex
  • RR RB211 Trent 1000

Contact

  • Address: Sefaköy Halkalı Caddesi 1. Özbey Sokak No:3 Küçükçekmece-İSTANBUL

  • Pbx: +90 212 541 9466
  • Email: mail@sinerjiaviation.com

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