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UB-011: B737-600/700/800/900 from B737-300/400/500 B1 Practical

Status
EASA Part-147 certified Aircraft Type Training
Duration
6 days
Dates / Location
On request - min. participants required
Target Group

Certifying Staff holding a Boeing 737-300/400/500 EASA Part-66 or GCAA CAR-66 or CASA CAR-66 Category B2 type rating.

Pre-requisites

The students are required to have the knowledge and experience level required for licenses issued under CASA requirements, GCAA requirements, EASA requirements, ICAO standards or equivalents.

The student is required to have good knowledge of general English language and of the technical English terms used in Aviation.

Exam
Yes
Certificate
Yes
Objectives

After completion of the Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 difference type training course the student will be able to:

  • Identify and recall safety precautions related mainly to electrical and avionics systems
  • Identify maintenance practices important to electrical and avionics systems
  • Define the general layout and characteristics of the electrical and avionics systems
  • Identify and use appropriate documentation.
  • Identify, locate and describe the function of the major components associated with each system.
  • Identify special tooling and test equipment used with the aircraft
  • Describe systems and aircraft handling, particularly access, power availability and sources.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the main ramp and transit activities for electrical and avionics systems
  • Explain the normal function of electrical and avionics systems, including terminology and nomenclature.
  • Perform the procedures for ramp and transit servicing associated with electrical and avionics systems
  • Demonstrate proficiency in use of crew reports and on-board reporting systems and determine aircraft airworthiness per Minimum Equipment List and Configuration Deviation List.
  • Perform functional checks on avionics and electrical systems, as specified in the maintenance manual.
  • Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect of fault diagnosis and rectification to maintenance manual level. (Troubleshooting)

This requires understanding and access to documentation, such as the Maintenance Manual, Schematics Manual, Wiring Diagrams, Illustrated Parts Catalogue, Master Minimum Equipment List, Configuration Deviation List and the necessary Tool and Equipment.

Contents

A detailed course syllabus is available upon request.

Instruction Method

During the practical training, the students will take part in the daily work carried out on the Aircraft.

They will observe and perform relatively simple tasks as well as participate in more complex maintenance tasks.

Completion Standard

At least 50% of the items per ATA chapter in the pratical training logbook shall be completed as part of the practical training.

At the completion of the training, an assessment will take place to assess the level of knowledge of each individual student to ensure that the objectives of the Practical training are met.

At successful completion of the above, the trainees will receive the Boeing B737-600/700/800/900 B2 Practical Training Certificate of Recognition.

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