CHF 0.00

The class is a total of 5 working days (24.5 hours training completion time)
Daily class schedule:
09:00 - 12:00 / 13:00 - 16:30 (approx.)
EASA Part-147 certified Aircraft Type Rating Training
Target Group:

Technical aeronautical personnel and aeronautical maintenance personnel.


The trainee:
• shall be able to read and write in English;
• shall have a technical background education;
• shall have successfully completed the Learjet 35/36 Level 3 B1 Theoretical type training course.


Q.C.M. quality control management AG is an organisation approved in accordance with Part-147 by the Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA)

The Q.C.M. quality control management AG Type Training Course for the Bombardier BD-700 Series aircraft equipped with (RRD BR700-710) engines, was developed for maintenance personnel having a technical background education.

The course provides the theoretical knowledge necessary for an EASA Part 66 license type endorsement.

The syllabus is based on the Air Transport Association Specification 104 recommended guidelines at the Level III. The training syllabus also meets the requirements of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 Annex III, EASA Part 66, Appendix III, level III for line and base maintenance training.

The open training course will be conducted at Q.C.M. main facilities located at the following address:

Q.C.M. quality control management AG
Eichholzweg 20-24
CH 3123 Belp

The duration of training is based on the number of required training hours and level of training according to the recommended guidelines of ATA 104 and Appendix III of EASA Part 66.

Objectives of the course:

Level III

On completion of this course, the student will:

  • have the detailed theoretical knowledge of the aircraft’s applicable systems, their operation, maintenance and troubleshooting to Aircraft electrical, airframe, power plant systems and applicable components including limited training in avionic LRU’s systems, equipment, interior and applicable components.
  • be able to identify / locate the major components associated with each system.
  • know how to use technical manuals as well as approved data and procedures.
  • have knowledge of relevant inspections and limitations applicable to human and environmental factors.
Key Topics of the course:

A detailed course syllabus is available upon request.


Q.C.M.’s technical training courses meets the EASA requirements for line and base maintenance.

Completion Standard:

Minimal participation time is at least 90%. A passing score of 75% or above is requested for certification.

Teaching Method:

The instruction method for the class is classroom discussion (lectures) along with classroom participation (questions, comments). Participants are certainly encouraged to participate throughout each session.

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