737-600/-700/-800/-900 - Courses

Name: 737NG General Familiarization
Description: This course familiarizes the trainee with all airplane systems. The course describes basic aircraft measurements and attributes, normal system function, and major components.







Objectives: This course satisfies ATA 104 Level I objectives. Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to: Recall the safety precautions to be observed when near the aircraft. Identify major components of aircraft systems. Explain the normal function and operating characteristics of aircraft systems. Locate major components of aircraft systems.







Duration: Approximately 3 training days
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Name: 737NG CAAC Mechanical/Avionics (ME/AV) – Cat II
Description:

737NG CAAC Mechanical/Avionics (ME/AV) – Cat II with 25% language extension

This course is academics only. The course is designed to address the training needs for ME/AV Cat II licensed airplane engineers who perform airplane maintenance under the CAAC Regulations.

 

This course gives the student an understanding of the airplane principle characteristics, system purpose, general description and component location. Servicing connections, normal function, operation, indication and Built In Test Equipment (BITE) functions are discussed. Students are also introduced to safety precautions/human factors that must be observed, and receive instruction on ramp and transit maintenance practices on airplane systems for dispatching and/or receiving commercial airplane.

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Name: 737 - 600/700/800/900 EASA Part 66 Mechanical/ Avionics (B1/B2)
Description:
We're sorry, but we do not currently offer any classes for this course. You can send a request to have a course offered in the future.
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Name: Future Air Navigation System (FANS) Training CBT
Description:

Boeing has developed a self-paced, 737 based Future Air Navigation System (FANS) course. While once the domain of just wide body aircraft, FANS is now becoming required capability on some Boeing 737's in commercial use. The Boeing Business Jet pioneered the 737 implementation of FANS on the Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) 15 years ago and it has been standard equipage on the BBJ since that time.

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FANS automates communication with ATC thereby eliminating the need for voice HF position reporting on long, heavily traveled routes. FANS equipped aircraft receive preferential routing on heavily traveled routes (North Pacific notably) as airspace density can be increased for FANS capable aircraft. The model-specific course only requires 2-3 hours to complete and is conveniently accessible anywhere a computer network is available. The course complies with FAA Advisory Circular 120-70B training requirements as well as guidance in the ICAO Global Operational Data Link Document GOLD).  A course completion certificate is available upon successful completion of the training.

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For course details and enrollment, please visit Computer Based Training Products

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Name: 737 - Airframe and Power Plant Initial
Description:

This course prepares the BBJ mechanic to operate, maintain, and repair all airframe and power plant systems on the BBJ. This course provides in-depth technical information, including a detailed description of all airframe and power plant systems and components, location and access of components, theory of operation, and overviews of maintenance procedures. Instructor-led computer based training (CBT), simulator training, and factory field trips are integrated throughout the course. Line-oriented scenarios are used to give mechanics exposure to the troubleshooting of actual problems.

For details and enrollment, please visit https://www.myboeingtraining.com/Courses/61/airframe-and-power-plant-initial 

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Name: 737 - Update
Description:

This course is designed for maintenance technicians with BBJ experience who require an airplane systems review. This course provides a review of normal system operation and indication with an emphasis on recent service information and product updates. The course includes discussions of typical system malfunctions, how to identify faults, and whether repairs are required to dispatch the airplane.

For course details and enrollment, please visit: https://www.myboeingtraining.com/Courses/62/bbj-update 

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Name: 737 - Electrical and Avionics Initial
Description:

This course prepares the BBJ avionics technician to operate, maintain, and repair all electrical and avionics systems on the BBJ. This course provides in-depth technical information, including a detailed description of all electrical and avionics systems and components, location and access of components, theory of operation, and overviews of maintenance procedures. Instructor-led computer based training (CBT), simulator training, and a factory field trip are integrated throughout the course. Line-oriented scenarios are used to give avionics technicians exposure to the troubleshooting of actual problems.

For course details and enrollment, please visit: https://www.myboeingtraining.com/Courses/63/electrical-and-avionics-initial 

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Name: 737 - Engine Run
Description:

Description:  This course gives the maintenance technician the necessary knowledge and skills to safely taxi the airplane.

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Objectives:  This course satisfies ATA 104 Level IV objectives. Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to:

 

  • Identify all airplane maintenance manual procedures related to airplane taxi and safety.
  • Use airplane radio communications systems to communicate with ground traffic control using proper procedures and terminology.
  • Identify control tower light signals in the event of a radio communications failure.
  • Identify all airport taxiway and runway signs and symbols.
  • Recall all appropriate hand and/or voice signals and standard terminology for clear communications between the flight compartment and ground personnel during airplane taxi operations.
  • Taxi the airplane in an active airport environment.

Recall the safety precautions and human factors to be observed when working on or near the engines or auxiliary power unit.

For course details and enrollment, please visit: https://www.myboeingtraining.com/Courses/64/engine-run-procedures 

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