747-8 - Courses

Name: Boeing 747-8 Mechanical/Avionics (B1/B2), EASA IR Part 66
Description:

This course satisfies the category B1/B2 type training requirement as specified in Part 66 for licensed aircraft maintenance engineers required to exercise certification privileges within a Part 145 approved maintenance organization.















The Mechanical course covers all aspects of the airframe and systems, engine, electrical power, and avionic LRUs required to carry out line and base maintenance and includes a detailed description of system operation, component location, removal/installation and BITE, and troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level. On completion of the course, the trainee will be able to perform system, engine, component, and functional checks and carry out fault diagnosis and rectification to maintenance manual level.

Objectives:































Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to:















Explain the normal function of the Airframe and Powerplant systems including terminology and nomenclature.

Define the general layout and characteristics of the aircraft's Airframe and Powerplant systems.

Perform Airframe and Powerplant systems, component, and functional checks.

Identify the locations of the principal Airframe and Powerplant systems components.

Demonstrate knowledge of the main ramp and transit (through-flight) activities of the Airframe/Powerplant systems.

Describe procedures for replacement of Airframe and Powerplant systems components unique to aircraft types.

Locate those procedures for replacement of components for ramp and transit activities when dealing with Airframe and Powerplant systems.

Describe systems and aircraft handling; particularly access, power availability and sources, as required by the Airframe and Powerplant systems.

Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification to maintenance manual level.

Recall the safety precautions/human factors to be observed when working on or near the aircraft and it's Airframe and Powerplant systems.

Demonstrate proficiency in use of crew reports and on-board reporting systems (minor troubleshooting and airworthiness.

Identify and use appropriate documentation.

Identify special tooling and test equipment used with the aircraft and it's Airframe and Powerplant systems.

Describe troubleshooting process for Airframe and Powerplant systems.

Describe Avionics systems to ATA level II requirements.

The Avionics course covers all aspects of electrical power, instruments, autoflight, radio, and radar equipment required to carry out line and base maintenance and includes a detailed description of system operation, component location, removal/installation and BITE, and troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level. On completion of the course, the trainee will be able to perform system, engine, component, and functional checks and carry out fault diagnosis and rectification to maintenance manual level.

Objectives:































Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to:

Maintain electrical and instrumental components to replace other components connected by electrical plugs, terminal connections.

Maintain electrical and instrumental components to facilitate correct operation of Instruments, Radio and Electrical systems.

Perform Instruments, Radio, Radar, and Electrical systems, component, and functional checks.

Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification to maintenance manual level.

Describe procedures for replacement of Instruments, Radio, Radar, and Electrical systems components unique to aircraft types.

Recall the safety precautions/human factors to be observed when working on or near the aircraft and it's Instruments, Radio, Radar and Electrical systems.

Demonstrate knowledge of the main ramp and transit (through-flight) activities of the Instruments, Radio and Electrical systems.

Describe systems and aircraft handling; particularly access, power availability and sources, as required by the Instruments, Radio, Radar, and Electrical systems.

Identify the locations of the principal Instruments, Radio, Radar and Electrical systems components.

Explain the normal function of the Instruments, Radio, Radar, and Electrical systems including terminology and nomenclature.

Perform ramp and transit servicing associated with the aircraft and the Instruments, Radio, Radar and Electrical systems.

Demonstrate proficiency in use of crew reports and on-board reporting systems (minor troubleshooting and airworthiness.

Identify and use appropriate documentation.

Locate those procedures for replacement of components for ramp and transit activities when dealing with Instruments, Radio, Radar and Electrical systems.

Define the general layout and characteristics of the aircraft's Instruments, Radio, Radar and Electrical systems.

Identify special tooling and test equipment used with the aircraft and it's Instruments, Radio, Radar and Electrical systems.















This course requires use of a tablet PC.  The tablet PC is individually assigned to each student and remains in their control for the duration of training.  The student is provided a lock to secure the tablet PC when they are away from the training center.  The student is responsible for any loss or damage to the tablet PC.

Duration:















Approximately 39 training days

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Name: Boeing 747-8 Mechanical/Avionics (B1/B2) Differences, EASA Part 66
Description: This course addresses the differences between the 747-8 Intercontinental and the 747-400 Passenger airplanes. This course is designed to address the training needs for Mechanical B1/B2 licensed airplane engineers who perform airplane maintenance under the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Regulations as specified in EASA Part 66.


Objectives: This course gives the trainee the necessary knowledge of the B1/B2 differences between major models.


This course requires use of a tablet PC.  The tablet PC is individually assigned to each student and remains in their control for the duration of training.  The student is provided a lock to secure the tablet PC when they are away from the training center.  The student is responsible for any loss or damage to the tablet PC.


Duration: 13 days
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Name: 747-8 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: 747-8 Engine Run
Description:

This course equips the maintenance technician to safely prepare aircraft systems for engine operation, operate the engines in both normal and non-normal conditions, and perform required engine tests. The simulator supplies hands-on experience, especially for the practice of non-normal conditions

Locations Offered:
  • Miami Campus
  • 6601 NW 36th Street
    Miami, FL 33166-6922
    United States
    Phone: (786) 265-7707
    FAX: (786) 265-4760

Course Syllabus No syllabus available
Price: $9,700.00 (plus tax where applicable)