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C-019: FTS/Combined Fuel Tank Safety/EWIS Refresher

Status
Standard Q.C.M. training or organised on request
Duration
1 day (on request, the FTS and EWIS refresher course can be individually given on a 1/2 day basis)
Dates / Location

05.05.2020: Berne
27.10.2020: Berne

Target Group
  • EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organisations and EASA Part-M Subpart G Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations personnel with significant relevant experience in the subject matter who are looking to enhance their specialist skills and knowledge
  • Competent Authority Members

Pre-requisites

Part 145 certifying staff and support staff who have previously undertaken an initial course in Fuel Tank Safety and EWIS.

Part M personnel who have previously undertaken an initial course in Fuel Tank Safety  and EWIS.

Exam
No
Certificate
Yes
Objectives

This one day course focuses on reviewing the concept of the Fuel Tank Safety and Electrical Wiring Interconnection System issues.

The course is intended to provide a review of the background and elements requiring consideration as it relates to fuel system safety and EWIS.

The objective of the course is to develop or update the level of knowledge and practical understanding of the participants in Fuel Tank System Safety issues, such as ignition sources and ignition prevention.

This one day training course provides an update on the development and implementation of the flammability reduction requirements and nitrogen generating System.

Contents
  • Review of the background and elements requiring consideration in relation to fuel system safety and EWIS.
  • Review of the elements of Fuel Tank System Safety Issues
  • Recap how the above items affect the aircraft in the scope of the activity of the organisation or in the fleet.
  • Review of the MRB Process and development of the Enhanced Zonal Analysis Procedure (EZAP)
  • Review on how to locate and retrieve information from the ESWPM
  • Review of the EWIS Standards for Installation, Repair, Modification
  • Review of the Inspection Standards and basic Safety Precautions
  • Current and future regulatory requirements with regards to flammability reduction and nitrogen generating system
Instruction Method

Course documentation:               English
Course language available:         German-English-French

Price / attendee
CHF 680.00

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