777-200/-300 - Courses

Name: Boeing 777-200/-300 Configuration Database Generator
Description: This course provides training in the use of Configuration Database Generator and Lighting Database Generator. Software is used to reconfigure cabin services and lighting functions on 777 airplanes as well as program mood lighting and star light functions for the Enhanced Lighting System

Objectives: Upon completion, students will be able to load, operate, and program the databases necessary to reconfigure the passenger cabin using the Configuration Database Generator as well as programming mood lighting and star light functions using the Lighting Database Generator

Duration: Approximately 3 training days
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Name: 777 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: 777 EASA Part 66 Mechanical/Avionics (B1/B2)(GE)
Description: This course is designed to address the training needs for B1/B2 licensed airplane engineers who perform airplane maintenance under the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Regulations as specified in EASA Part 66. 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: 777 Avionics/Airframe/Powerplant/Electrical Line and Base Maintenance
Description: This course provides a detailed ATA 104 Level III description of the Airframe and Powerplant systems. 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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