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Course Catalogue

Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH


Training Centre Philippines, MNL US/J
Villamor Airbase
1309 Pasay City, Philippines
Phone: +63 2 8559555
Fax:
+63 2 8559533
Website:
www.lufthansa-technical-training.com

The contents of this course catalog are subject to change without prior notice.

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Foreword
FOREWORD

A.

This Course Catalog is a property of Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines.

B.
This Catalog and its subsequent revisions must have regulatory authority approval
prior to its publication. The regulatory authority approval shall be indicated by signature,
date, and official title of the approving inspector in the lower left block of the List of
Effective Pages (LEP).
C.
Electronically transmitted, signed and dated copies of LTTP Course Catalog
approvals in FAX or PDF format are acceptable and may provide the basis for approval.
D.
Course approval procedures are described in LTTP Maintenance Training
Organization Exposition (MTOE) Chapter 3, Section 3-3 (Training Course Approval
Procedures).

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B.

Inserted courses approved under LTTP MTOE Chapter 3 Section 3 (Training Course Approval
Procedures).

C.

Revision 02 dated November 07, 2005 to the LTTP Course Catalog makes changes detailed in the
table below. A revision bar ( ) is indicated on the left-hand margin of a page to indicate revision.
Part-Page

Description of Change

Cover Page

Updated Cover Page to include company address, contact numbers and internet website.

Foreword

Added paragraph letter designation.


Added paragraph D.

Highlights

Summary of changes in Revision 2.

LEP

Updated LEP information to reflect Revision 2.

Table of Contents

Updated Table of Contents information to reflect Revision 2.

Part 1-1 Page 1

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Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject APU.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Hydraulics.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fire Protection.

Part 1-1 Page 2

Changed the reflected time from 90 Hrs to 90.0 Hrs.

Part 1-1 Page 5

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DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES.

Part 1-3 Page 6

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DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES.

Part 1-1 Page 8

Changed the reflected time from 240 Hrs to 240.0 Hrs.


Deleted the subject Fire Protection in Module 4.

Part 1-1 Page 11

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 01-Introduction & Safety Precautions.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 25 Equipt & Furnishing.
Changed the word Prot to Protection.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 31 EIS.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 33 Lights.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 35 Oxygen.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 50-57 Structures.

Part 1-1 Page 13

Adjusted duration of the subject Autoflight Systems from 18.0 Hrs to 12.0 Hrs.
Added the subject Aircraft Visit.

Part 1-1 Page 14

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject MMEL/MEL Procedures

Part 1-1 Page 15

Adjusted course duration from 30.0 Hrs (5 Days) to 18.0 Hrs (3 Days) for consistency with the
Ground Engineers Powerplant subject.
Adjusted duration of the following subjects:

Engine Construction/Hardware from 3.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Fuel System from 5.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Ignition from 1.5 Hr to 1.0 Hr

Starting from 2.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Thrust Reverser from 3.5 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Engine Functional Checks from 4.0 Hrs to 1.5 Hr

Troubleshooting/CFDS Procedure from 4.5 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs


Deleted the subject Avionics Systems.

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Part 1-1 Page 17

Adjusted duration of the following subjects:

Communications/Quiz from 12.0 Hrs to 18.0 Hrs

Part 1-1 Page 18

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Maintenance Practices.

Part 1-1 Page 19

Change course title from A320 Fuel Servicing Course (For Fuel Technician) to A320 Fuel
Servicing Initial Course.

Part 1-1 Page 20

Added new course A320 Fuel Servicing Recurrent Course.

Part 1-1 Page 21

Changed course title to BOLD letters.


Changed the reflected time from 6 hrs to 6.0 Hrs.
Changed the reflected time from 1 hr to 1.0 Hr.
Changed the reflected time from 1.5 hrs to 1.5 Hr.

Part 1-1 Page 22

Changed course title to BOLD letters.


Changed the reflected time from 3 hrs to 3.0 Hrs.
Changed the reflected time from 1 hr to 1.0 Hr.

Part 1-1 Page 23

Added new course A320 Engine Dry Motoring Course.

Part 1-1 Page 24

Added letter P to the word Practical.

Part 1-1 Page 25

Added letter P to the word Practical.

Part 1-1 Page 26

Added new course A320 Engine Run Up Recurrent Simulator Course.

Part 1-1 Page 27

Added new course A320 Engine Run Up Recurrent Theoretical Course

Part 1-1 Page 29

Added new course PAL A320 Aircraft Configuration/Differences Ground Handling Course.

Part 1-2 Page 1

Changed the reflected time from 30 Hrs to 30.0 Hrs.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Hydraulics.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fire Protection.

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Changed the reflected time from 30 Hrs to 30.0 Hrs.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Hydraulics.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fire Protection.

Part 1-2 Page 3

Changed the reflected time from 90 Hrs to 90.0 Hrs.

Part 1-2 Page 4

Deleted the phrase Sufficient Electrical System information and in the


DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES.

Part 1-2 Page 11

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 01-Introduction & Safety Precautions.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 25 Equipt & Furnishing.
Changed the word Prot to Protection.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 31 EIS.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 33 Lights.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 35 Oxygen.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 50-57 Structures.

Part 1-2 Page 13

Adjusted duration of the following subjects:

Introduction from 05. Hr to 1.0 Hr

Communication Systems from 10.5 Hrs to 9.0 Hrs

Instruments from 1.0 Hr to 2.0 Hrs

Navigation Systems from 30.0 Hrs to 24.0 Hrs


Added the subject Aircraft Visit.

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Part 1-2 Page 15

Adjusted course duration from 30.0 Hrs to 24.0 Hrs for consistency with the Ground
Engineers Powerplant subject.
Adjusted duration of the following subjects:

Fuel System from 5.0 Hrs to 3.0 Hrs

Ignition from 1.5 Hr to 2.0 Hrs

Thrust Reverser from 3.5 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Engine Functional Checks from 3.5 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Minor Rigging and Adjustment Procedures from1.0 Hr to 1.5 Hr

Troubleshooting from 5.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs


Deleted the subject Avionics Systems.

Part 1-2 Page 16

Changed the reflected time from 12 Hrs to 12.0 Hrs.


Changed the reflected time from 7.5 Hrs to 8.5 Hrs.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Aircraft Exterior.

Part 1-2 Page 17

Change course title from B737 Fuel Servicing Course (For Fuel Technicians) to B737 Fuel
Servicing Initial Course.

Part 1-2 Page 19

Changed the reflected time from 0.5 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Review/Evaluation.

Part 1-2 Page 18

Added new course B737 Fuel Servicing Recurrent Course.

Part 1-2 Page 20

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Communications.

Part 1-2 Page 21

Added new course B737-300/400 Engine Dry Motoring Course.

Part 1-2 Page 24

Added new course B737-300/400 Engine Run Up Recurrent Simulator Course

Part 1-2 Page 25

Added new course B737-300/400 Engine Run Up Recurrent Theoretical Course

Part 1-2 Page 26

Changed the reflected time from 6 hrs to 6.0 Hrs.


Changed the reflected time from 1 hr to 1.0 Hr.
Changed the reflected time from 1.5 hrs to 1.5 Hr.

Part 1-2 Page 27

Changed the reflected time from 3 hrs to 3.0 Hrs.


Changed the reflected time from 1 hr to 1.0 Hr.

Part 1-2 Page 28

Added new course PAL B737 Aircraft Configuration Differences/Ground Handling Course.

Part 1-3 Page 1

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fire Protection.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Hydraulics.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject APU.

Part 1-3 Page 2

Changed the reflected time from 120 Hrs to 120.0 Hrs.

Part 1-3 Page 3

Deleted the phrase Sufficient Electrical System information and in the


DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES.
Changed the word he to the in the DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES para (a).

Part 1-3 Page 5

Deleted the phrase Sufficient Electrical System information and in the


DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES.

Part 1-3 Page 6

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DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES.

Part 1-3 Page 11

Changed the reflected time from 300 Hrs to 300.0 Hrs.

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Part 1-3 Page 18

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 01-Introduction & Safety Precautions.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 25 Equipt & Furnishing.
Changed the word Prot to Protection.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 31 EIS.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 33 Lights.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 35 Oxygen.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 50-57 Structures.

Part 1-3 Page 22

Adjusted duration of the subject Autoflight Systems from 18.0 Hrs to 12.0 Hrs.
Added the subject Aircraft Visit.

Part 1-3 Page 24

Deleted letter designations indicated on the syllabus subjects.

Part 1-3 Page 25

Deleted letter designations indicated on the syllabus subjects.

Part 1-3 Page 26

Deleted letter designations indicated on the syllabus subjects.

Part 1-3 Page 27

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Ice & Rain/Fire Protection.

Part 1-3 Page 28

Adjusted course duration from 30.0 Hrs (5 Days) to 24.0 Hrs (4 Days) for consistency with the
Ground Engineers Powerplant subject.
Adjusted duration of the following subjects:

Fuel System from 5.0 Hrs to 4.0 Hrs

Starting from 2.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Thrust Reverser from 3.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Engine Functional Checks from 3.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Troubleshooting/CMS Procedure 4.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Part 1-3 Page 29

Adjusted course duration from 30.0 Hrs (5 Days) to 24.0 Hrs (4 Days) for consistency with the
Ground Engineers Powerplant subject.
Adjusted duration of the following subjects:

Fuel System from 5.0 Hrs to 4.0 Hrs

Starting from 2.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Thrust Reverser from 3.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Engine Functional Checks from 3.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Troubleshooting/CMS Procedure 4.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Part 1-3 Page 30

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject History.

Part 1-3 Page 32

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics/Aircon-Pressurization.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Hydraulics/Landing Gears.

Part 1-3 Page 33

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics/Aircon-Pressurization.

Part 1-3 Page 34

Adjusted course duration from 12.0 Hrs (2 Days) to 6.0 Hrs (1 Day).
Adjusted duration of the following subjects:

Aircraft General from 1.0 Hrs to 0.5 Hr

EIS/Recording/On Board Maintenance System (OBMS) from 2.0 Hrs to 05. Hr

Communication from 2.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Navigation from 2.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Electrical Power/Hydraulics from 2.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Automatic Flight Systems from 1.0 Hr to 2.0 Hrs

Inflight Entertainment System (MAS 2000E) from 2.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Part 1-3 Page 35

Changed the TITLE from A320 to A340/A330 A&P GRND ENGR CONVERSION COURSE
to A320 to A340/A330 A&P GROUND ENGINEER CONVERSION COURSE.
Changed the reflected time from 12.0 Hrs to 11.0 Hrs in the subject Flight Controls.

Part 1-3 Page 36

Adjusted course duration from 150.0 Hrs (25 Days) to 138.0 Hrs (23 Days).
Changed the syllabus to separate the subjects into MODULE.

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Part 1-3 Page 37

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Aircraft Visit.

Part 1-3 Page 40

Change course title from A340/330 Fuel Servicing Course to A340/A330 Fuel Servicing
Initial Course.

Part 1-3 Page 41

Added new course A340/A330 Fuel Servicing Recurrent Course.

Part 1-3 Page 42

Added new course A340/A330 Engine Dry Motoring Course.

Part 1-3 Page 45

Added new course A340/A330 Engine Run Up Recurrent Simulator Course

Part 1-3 Page 46

Added new course A340/A330 Engine Run Up Recurrent Theoretical Course

Part 1-3 Page 51

Changed the reflected time from 6 hrs to 6.0 Hrs.


Changed the reflected time from 1 hr to 1.0 Hr.
Changed the reflected time from 1.5 hrs to 1.5 Hr.

Part 1-3 Page 52

Changed the reflected time from 3 hrs to 3.0 Hrs.


Changed the reflected time from 1 hr to 1.0 Hr.

Part 1-3 Page 53

Added new course PAL A330 Aircraft Configuration Differences/Ground Handling Course.

Part 1-3 Page 54

Added new course PAL A340 Aircraft Configuration Differences/Ground Handling Course.

Part 1-3 Page 55

Added new course PAL A340/A330 Aircraft Configuration Differences/Ground Handling


Course.

Part 1-4 Page 6

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction-Aircraft General.

Part 1-4 Page 8

Changed the reflected time indicated in the syllabus subjects by adding the decimal 0.

Part 1-4 Page 11

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 25 Equipt & Furnishing.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 30 Ice & Rain Protection.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 33 Lights.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 35 Oxygen.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 38 Water & Waste.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject ATA 52-56 Structures.

Part 1-4 Page 12

Deleted letter designations indicated on the syllabus subjects.


Changed the recommended pre-requisite from A330 to B747-400.

Part 1-4 Page 14

Adjusted duration of subject Navigation Systems from 18.0 Hrs to 12.0 Hrs.
Added the subject Aircraft Visit.

Part 1-4 Page 15

Adjusted course duration from 30.0 Hrs (5 Days) to 24.0 Hrs (4 Days) for consistency with the
Ground Engineers Powerplant subject.
Adjusted duration of the following subjects:

Fuel System from 5.0 Hrs to 4.0 Hrs

Starting from 2.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Thrust Reverser from 3.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Engine Functional Checks from 3.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Troubleshooting/CMC Procedure from 4.0 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs

Part 1-4 Page 16

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Aircraft General-PAL B747-400 fleet.

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Part 1-4 Page 17

Adjusted course duration from 12.0 Hrs (2 Days) to 6.0 Hrs (1 Day).
Adjusted duration of the following subjects:

ACESS from 2.5 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Communications from 2.5 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Navigation from 3.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr

Automatic Flight Systems from 3.0 Hrs to 1.0 Hr


Added the subject In-Flight Entertainment System.

Part 1-4 Page 18

Added the word TITLE.


Deleted the subject QUIZ.

Part 1-4 Page 19

Added new course B747-400 Fuel Servicing Initial Course.

Part 1-4 Page 20

Added new course B747-400 Fuel Servicing Recurrent Course.

Part 1-4 Page 21

Added new course B747-400 Engine Dry Motoring Course.

Part 1-4 Page 22

Deleted letter designations indicated on the syllabus subjects.

Part 1-4 Page 24

Added new course B747-400 Engine Run Up Recurrent Simulator Course

Part 1-4 Page 25

Added new course B747-400 Engine Run Up Recurrent Theoretical Course

Part 1-4 Page 26

Deleted number designations indicated on the syllabus subjects.

Part 1-4 Page 27

Changed the reflected time from 6 hrs to 6.0 Hrs.


Changed the reflected time from 1 hr to 1.0 Hr.
Changed the reflected time from 1.5 hrs to 1.5 Hr.

Part 1-4 Page 28

Changed the reflected time from 3 hrs to 3.0 Hrs.


Changed the reflected time from 1 hr to 1.0 Hr.

Part 1-4 Page 29

Added new course PAL B747-400 Aircraft Configuration/Differences Ground Handling


Course.

Part 2-1 Page 1

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Standard Practices.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Revisions/Updates/Reliability.

Part 2-1 Page 2

Changed the letter h to H in the word hr and hrs.


Changed the word hr to Hrs in the subject Trend Monitoring Interpretation.
Deleted the symbol - indicated on the syllabus subjects.

Part 2-2 Page 1

Changed the word Hr to Hrs in the subject Starting and Ignition Systems.

Part 2-2 Page 2

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Construction.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Sensing Subsystem.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Processing Subsystem.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject IDG Air-Oil Cooling Subsystem.

Part 2-2 Page 3

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction-Basic Engine Description.


Changed the reflected time from 1 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Engine Construction.
Changed the reflected time from 2 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs in the subject FADEC System Description
Changed the reflected time from 1 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Fuel Metering Subsystem.
Changed the reflected time from 1 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Fan Reverser Construction.
Changed the reflected time from 1 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Flexible Shaft
Rigging/Reverser Deact.

Part 2-2 Page 4

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Reliability Performance.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Maintenance Manual/Documentation.

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Part 2-2 Page 5

Changed the word Hr to Hrs in the subject Review/Trim Balance Exercises.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Quiz/Evaluation.

Part 2-2 Page 6

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Borescope Equipment Description.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Defect Definition.

Part 2-2 Page 7

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Operating Limits.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Troubleshooting Intro.

Part 2-2 Page 8

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Airflow/Sump Philosophy.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Construction.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Sensing Subsystem.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Processing Subsystem.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject IDG Air-Oil Cooling Subsystem.

Part 2-2 Page 9

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction-Basic Engine Description.


Changed the reflected time from 1 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Engine Construction.
Changed the reflected time from 2 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs in the subject FADEC System Description
Changed the reflected time from 1 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Fuel Metering Subsystem.
Changed the reflected time from 1 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Fan Reverser Construction.
Changed the reflected time from 1 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Flexible Shaft
Rigging/Reverser Deact.

Part 2-2 Page 11

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Borescope Equipment Description.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Defect Definition.

Part 2-2 Page 12

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Operating Limits.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Troubleshooting Intro.

Part 2-3 Page 1

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Basic Engine Description.


Changed the word Hr to Hrs in the subject Engine Major Modules.
Changed the word Hr to Hrs in the subject Oil System.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Sensors/Harnesses.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Indicating/Vibration Monitoring.

Part 2-3 Page 2

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Air Systems.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject VSV & VBV System.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Hot Section Airflow Circuits.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fuel System.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Clearance Control System.

Part 2-3 Page 3

Changed the reflected time from 1 Hr to 1.0 Hr in the subject Engine Construction.
Changed the reflected time from 2 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs in the subject Engine Modules.
Changed the reflected time from 4 Hrs to 4.0 Hrs in the subject Starting/Engine Control
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Thrust Reverser Construction.
Changed the reflected time from 2 Hrs to 2.0 Hrs in the subject Fan Reverser System D/O.

Part 2-3 Page 6

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Borescope Equipment Description.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Defect Definition.

Part 2-3 Page 7

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Troubleshooting Intro.

Part 2-3 Page 8

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Basic Engine Description.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fuel System.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Oil System.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Air System.
Changes the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Sensors/Harnesses.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Indicating/Vibration Monitoring.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Starting and Ignition Systems.

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Part 2-3 Page 9

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Oil System.

Part 2-3 Page 11

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Borescope Equipment Description.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Defect Definition.

Part 2-3 Page 12

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Operating Limits.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Troubleshooting Intro.

Part 2-3 Page 13

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Basic Engine Description.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fuel System.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Oil System.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Air System.
Changes the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Sensors/Harnesses.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Indicating/Vibration Monitoring.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Starting and Ignition Systems.

Part 2-3 Page 14

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Oil System.

Part 2-3 Page 16

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Borescope Equipment Description.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Defect Definition.

Part 2-3 Page 17

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Operating Limits.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Engine Troubleshooting Intro.

Part 2-4 Page 1

Added the word TITLE.

Part 2-4 Page 2

Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Description.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Installation and Interface.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatic System.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Electrical Accessories.

Part 2-4 Page 3

Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction.

Part 2-4 Page 4

Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Part 1 Introduction.

Part 2-4 Page 5

Added the word TITLE.

Part 2-4 Page 6

Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hr to Hrs in the subject Review/Examination/Evaluation.

Part 2-4 Page 7

Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Introduction.

Part 2-4 Page 8

Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Part 1 Introduction.

Part 2-4 Page 9

Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics System Review.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fuel System Review.

Part 2-4 Page 10

Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics System Review.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fuel System Review.

Part 2-4 Page 11

Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics System Review.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fuel System Review.

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Added the word TITLE.


Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Pneumatics System Review.
Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Fuel System Review.

Part 3-1 Page 1

Changed the word Hrs to Hr in the subject Airn@v Product Online.

Part 3-1 Page 2

Changed course title to BOLD letters.


Changed the reflected time from 6 hrs to 6.0 Hrs.
Changed the word hr to Hr in the subject Introduction/RVSM History/RVSM Implementation
Changed the word hrs to Hr in the subject RVSM Maintenance Program.
Changed the word hr to Hr in the subject PR A340/A330 Aircraft (343RVSLTTP).

Part 3-1 Page 3

Changed course title to BOLD letters.


Changed the word hr to Hr in the subject PR A320 Aircraft (320RVSLTTP).
Changed the word hr to Hr in the subject PR B747-400 Aircraft (400RVSLTTP).
Changed the word hr to Hr in the subject PR B737-300/400 Aircraft (734RVSLTTP).

Part 3-1 Page 4

Changed course title to BOLD letters.


Changed the reflected time from 3 hrs to 3.0 Hrs.
Changed the word hr to Hr in the subject Review of RVSM Implementation.
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Powerplant Systems (Gas Turbine) from 40 Hrs to 24.0 Hrs

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Aircraft Ground Handling and Safety from 21.0 Hrs to 18.0 Hrs

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Introduction

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PART 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

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A320 Training Courses

Course Title

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A320-200 General Familiarization Course


A320 A&P Equipment Familiarization Course
A320 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course
A320 A&P/Electrics Ground Engineers Initial Course
A320 A&P Ground Engineers Recurrent Course
A320-200 Avionics Equipment Familiarization Course
A320-200 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course
A320 Avionics/Electrics Ground Engineers Initial Course
A320-200 Avionics Ground Engineers Recurrent Course
A320 Electrical Course
A320 A&P Task Training/OJT Course
A320 Avionics Task Training/OJT Course
A320 Blackbox Course
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A320 CFM56-5B Engine Line Maintenance Ground Handling
A330/A340 to A320 A&P Conversion Course
A330/A340 to A320 Avionics Conversion Course
A320 Escape Slide System Familiarization Course
A320 Fuel Servicing Initial Course
A320 Fuel Servicing Recurrent Course
A320 CAT II Precision Approach Maintenance Initial Course
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A320 Engine Dry Motoring Course
A320 Engine Run Up Initial Course
A320 Engine Run Up Simulator Recurrent Course
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A320 Aircraft Rigging Course
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B737 Training Courses

B737-300 General Familiarization Course


B737-300/-400 General Familiarization Course
B737-300 A&P Equipment Familiarization Course
B737-300/-400 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course
B737-300/-400 A&P/Electrics Ground Engineers Initial Course
B737-300/-400 A&P Ground Engineers Recurrent Course
B737-300 Avionics Equipment Familiarization Course
B737-300/-400 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course
B737-300/-400 Avionics Ground Engineers Recurrent Course
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B737 Fuel Servicing Initial Course
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B737-300/-400 Aircraft Differences Course
B737-300 Avionics Differences
B737-300/-400 Engine Dry Motoring Course
B737-300/-400 Engine Run Up Initial Course
B737-300/-400 Engine Run Up Simulator Recurrent Course
B737-300/-400 Engine Run Up Recurrent Simulator Course
B737-300/-400 Engine Run Up Recurrent Theoretical Course
B737-300/-400 CAT II Precision Approach
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A340 Avionics Task Training/OJT Course


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A330 ETOPS Initial Course
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A340/A330 Escape Slide System Familiarization Course
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A340/330 Familiarization Course (For AIM Personnel)
A340/A330 Fuel Servicing Initial Course
A340/A330 Fuel Servicing Recurrent Course
A340/A330 Engine Dry Motoring Course
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A330/A340 CAT II Precision Approach Maintenance Initial Course
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B747-400 Electrical Course


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Engine Shop Materials, Hardware and Standard


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G.E. Engine Training Courses

CF6-80 Series Engine Familiarization


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CFM 56 Series Engine Familiarization


CFM 56-3 (B737-300 Aircraft) Engine Familiarization
CFM 56-3 (B737 Aircraft) Engine Line & Base Maintenance Course
CFM 56 (-3/-5B-5C) Series Engines Recurrent Course
CFM 56-3 (B737 Aircraft) Engine Fan Trim Balancing
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CFM 56-5C (A340 Aircraft) Engine Familiarization
CFM 56-5C (A340 Aircraft) Engine Line & Base Maintenance
CFM 56-5C (A340 Aircraft) Engine Fan Trim Balancing
CFM 56-5C (A340 Aircraft) Engine Borescope Inspection
CFM 56-5C (A340 Aircraft) Engine
Troubleshooting & Checks
Part 2-4

56CSEFLTTP
563BEFLTTP
563BLBLTTP
56ENRELTTP
563BFTLTTP
563BBILTTP
563BTCLTTP
565BEFLTTP
565BLBLTTP
565BFTLTTP
565BBILTTP

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565CEFLTTP
565CLBLTTP
565CFTLTTP
565CBILTTP

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4

12
13
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16

565CTCLTTP

17

APSAMCLTTP
131ALBLTTP

3
3

1
2

G350MCLTTP
G350BILTTP

3
4

3
4

G129MCLTTP
G85FAMLTTP
PW1AMCLTTP
PW9ABILTTP
320PLRLTTP
PW9ALRLTTP
G129LRLTTP
G350LRLTTP

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3
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3
3
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IAIRNAVLTTP

IGENRVSLTTP

IGENRVRLTTP

IGENRNPLTTP

IGENRNRLTTP
IGENRRCLTTP
ECCLTTP

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10
11

APU Training Courses

APS 3200 (A320) APU Line & Base Maintenance Course


131-9A APU (A320) APU Line & Base Maintenance Course
GTCP331-350 (A340/330 Aircraft) APU
Line & Base Maintenance Course
GTCP331-350 (A340/330) APU Borescope Inspection
GTCP85-129 (B737-300 Aircraft) APU
Line & Base Maintenance Course
GTCP85 Series APU Familiarization
PW901A (B747-400 Aircraft) APU Line & Base Maintenance Course
PW901A (B747-400) APU Borescope Inspection
APS 3200 (A320 Aircraft) APU Recurrent Course
PW901A (B747-400 Aircraft) APU Recurrent Course
GTCP85-129 (B737 Aircraft) APU Recurrent Course
GTCP331-350 (A340/A330 Aircraft) APU Recurrent Course
PART 3 Specialized Courses
Part 3-1

Specialized Courses

Airn@v Training
PAL Aircraft Reduced Vertical Separation
Minimum (RVSM) Maintenance Initial Course
PAL Aircraft Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum
(RVSM) Maintenance Recurrent Course
PAL Aircraft Required Navigation Performance
(RNP-10) Maintenance Initial Course
PAL Aircraft Required Navigation Performance
(RNP-10) Maintenance Recurrent Course
PAL Aircraft RVSM/RNP-10/CAT II Awareness Course
Electrical Cables and Connectors

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PR Loadable Software Maintenance Training Course


MAS 2000E IFE System Line Maintenance Troubleshooting
& Familiarization Course
IH T-500 Tow Tractor Operation/Familiarization Course

IPRLSWLTTP

12

MASIFTLTTP
GEC621LTTP

4
1

13
14

PART 4 Fundamental Training Courses


Part 4-1

Fundamental Training Courses

14 CFR Part 21 Overview


14 CFR Part 43 Overview
A330/A340 Structure Repair
Accident Investigation Techniques
Advanced Aircraft Materials
Aircraft Composite Familiarization Course
Advanced Production Planning & Control Course
Airbus Lavatory Training
Airbus SRM Familiarization Course
Airbus Structures Recurrent
Airbus Tech Pub Familiarization
Aircraft Battery Recurrent
Aircraft Cabin Maintenance Training Program
Aircraft Overview Course (For LTP Support Personnel)
Aircraft Structures Maintenance Training Program
Aircraft Corrosion Control
Aircraft Cylinder Requalification Initial Course
Aircraft Cylinder Requalification Recurrent
Aircraft Galley Familiarization
Aircraft Galley Fundamentals
Aircraft Galley Recurrent
Aircraft Lavatory Fundamentals
Aircraft Lavatory Recurrent
Aircraft Maintenance Training Organization Overview
Aircraft Marshalling Initial Course
Aircraft Marshalling Recurrent Course
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals
Aircraft Seats Recurrent Training
Aircraft Structures Fundamentals
Aircraft Towing Initial Course
Aircraft Towing Recurrent
Aircraft Towing Practical (OJT) Course
Airmedic Stretcher Bench Check Familiarization
Airmedic Stretcher R/I Familiarization
AMI Industries CA Seats Training
Avio Interiors Pax Seats Training
Avionics Components Recurrent
Basic A/C Materials and Structural Repair Course
Basic Aircraft Course (For Engineers)
Basic Aircraft Course (For Planners)
Basic Aircraft Course (For Sheetmetal and
Cabin Repair Mechanics)
Basic Electrical Measurement & Calibration
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FAR21OLTTP
FAR43OLTTP
MISASRLTTP
IACINTLTTP
MISAAMLTTP
BSCACRLTTP
PPC307LTTP
AIBLAVLTTP
BSCSRALTTP
MISSRALTTP
ABTPUBLTTP
MISBERLTTP
ACCMTPLTTP
ACOVRCLTTP
ACSMTPLTTP
BSC026LTTP
MISACILTTP
MISACRLTTP
ACGALFLTTP
ACGFLLTTP
ACGALRLTTP
BACLAVLTTP
ACLAVRLTTP
ACMTOOLTTP
GEC611LTTP
GEC627LTTP
MISSAFLTTP
MISSERLTTP
MISASFLTTP
GEC614LTTP
GEC628LTTP
TOWOJTLTTP
MISBCFLTTP
MISARILTTP
MISSFMLTTP
MISSFALTTP
MISAVRLTTP
BSC017LTTP
BSCBAELTTP
BSCBAPLTTP

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BSCSSMLTTP
002BEMLTTP

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Fundamental Training Courses (continued)

Basic Electronics
Basic Hydraulics/Pneumatics
Basic Powerplant Course
Basic Production Planning & Control
Basic Practices on Workshop Machines
B/E Aerospace Galley Training
B/E Aerospace Pax Seats Training
Boeing SRM Familiarization Course
Boeing Structures Recurrent
Boeing Tech Pub Familiarization
Burns Aerospace Seats Training
Cabin Interior Fundamentals
Civil Air Regulations Course
Component Release to Service (RTS) Procedures
Contour Seats Pax Seats Training
Defensive Driving Initial Course
Defensive Driving Recurrent Course
Digital Techniques
Eddy Current Testing Level II-Refresher Course
Electrical Components Recurrent
ESDS Component Overview
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA Part 145 Overview)
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
(Formerly JAA) Part 145 Course
Galley/Lavatory (Water & Waste) Troubleshooting
Gyro Instruments Packaging and Handling
Hazardous Materials (Compressed Gas
Cylinders) Initial Course
Hazardous Materials (Compressed Gas
Cylinders) Recurrent Course
Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance
Introduction to Handling and Use of Martin Saw T-73
Lathe Machine Operation
Liquid Penetrant Testing Level II-Refresher Course
Koito Industries Pax Seats Training
Magnetic Particle Testing Level II-Refresher Course
Maintenance Training Program
Mechanical Accessories/Components Recurrent
Medical Oxygen Equipt R/I & Operation Familiarization
New FAR 145 Training Course
Oxygen Transfilling Initial Course
Oxygen Transfilling Recurrent Course
Pneumatic/Hydraulic Components Recurrent
PTC Aerospace Pax Seats Training
Radiography Testing Level II-Refresher Course
Recaro Aircraft Pax Seats Training
Rotable Tag Briefing
Safety/Emergency Equipment Recurrent
Sell Aircraft Galley Training
Service Checks Familiarization
Sicma Aeroseat Pax/CA Seats Training
Sogerma Industries Pax Seats Training
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BSC005LTTP
BSC035LTTP
BCS002LTTP
PPC300LTTP
S70102LTTP
BEAGALLTTP
BEAPAXLTTP
BSCSRBLTTP
MISSRBLTTP
BOEPUBLTTP
MISSCBLTTP
MISCIFLTTP
BSCCARLTTP
PF1-8130LTTP
MISSFCLTTP
GEC610LTTP
GEC626LTTP
BSC021LTTP
INDTEDY2LTTP
MISELRLTTP
MISEDOLTTP
MISEAILTTP

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MISEAOLTTP
MISSGLLTTP
MISGYRLTTP

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MISHMILTTP
MISHMRLTTP

73

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HFIACMLTTP
IMS73LTTP
ILMO-04LTTP
INDTLIP2LTTP
MISSFKLTTP
INDTMAP2LTTP
MTPLTTP
MISMCRLTTP
BSCMORLTTP
INFAR145LTTP
MISOTCLTTP
MISOTRLTTP
MISPHRLTTP
MISSYPLTTP
INDTRAD2LTTP
MISSFRLTTP
GECRPBLTTP
BSCSERLTTP
SACGLTTP
BSCSSCLTTP
MISSFSLTTP
MISSFGLTTP

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State of the Art Course


Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUP) Training
Toolroom General Practices Training
Trans-Aero CA Seats Training
Troubleshooting Analysis Course
Ultrasonic Testing Level II-Refresher Course
Ultrasonic Testing Level III-Refresher Course
US-FAA Airworthiness Directive Interpretation Course
Values and Attitudes
Weber Aircraft Pax Seats Training
Wheels and Brakes Recurrent Course
Work Simplification Course

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BSC008LTTP
ISUPBLTTP
ITRPRALTTP
MISSTALTTP
BSCTACLTTP
INDTULTRA2LTTP
INDTULTRA2LTTP

MISADILTTP
BSCVATLTTP
MISSFWLTTP
MISWBRLTTP
SEM105LTTP

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1
1
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1
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4
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TECHNICAL LEVEL OF MAINTENANCE COURSES

ATA Specification 104


With the view in mind of having an airline industry standard for aircraft maintenance training courses, ATA
Specification 104 recommends guidelines aimed to promote understanding between training institutions
and the airline customers with regard to training courses in general: training materials, delivery, course
content and entry level of participants among others. One aspect of maintenance training courses defined
by ATA Specification 104 is the level of instruction, where five (5) different levels are specified based on
the target population, entry level knowledge requirement, and the objectives the training is expected to
achieve.
Whereas compliance with ATA Specification 104 is not mandatory, maintenance training courses
conducted by Ground Technical Training conform with the ATA Specification 104 instruction levels to guide
the airline customer in making decisions when sending personnel for training. This will help ensure that
their personnel are sent to attend training courses best suited to their present knowledge level and which
could effectively address their technical training or skills requirements.
These levels are briefly described as follows:

Level I - GENERAL FAMILIARIZATION


Designed for Managerial and other support personnel to provide general information on the aircraft
systems description, operation, safety precautions, test equipment, and maintenance practices unique to
the aircraft. Participants should be proficient in the English language and have basic knowledge about
aircraft in general.

Level II - RAMP AND TRANSIT


Designed for personnel involved with aircraft pre-flight, transit, and turn-around maintenance activities. In
addition to information contained in Level I, basic overview of aircraft systems controls, indicators,
component locations, routine servicing, and normal line maintenance practices are also included. In
addition to entry level qualifications required in level I, participants should also have general knowledge of
the aircraft systems and normal ground handling and servicing.

Level III - LINE AND BASE MAINTENANCE TRAINING


In addition to information contained in levels I and II, Level III provides a more detailed information on the
aircraft systems designed for line and base maintenance personnel performing systems functional checks,
systems fault diagnosis, systems troubleshooting, and problem rectification. Aside from possessing the
entry level qualification requirements for level I and II, participants must also have the necessary
knowledge, skills, and experience in performing aircraft maintenance functions.

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Level IV - SPECIALIZED TRAINING


Designed for personnel performing special maintenance requirements on the aircraft airframe, powerplant
and avionics systems including, but not limited to, in-depth troubleshooting, special tests or inspections,
adjustments or rigging, and repairs using special procedures and equipment, wiring diagrams, schematics,
or engineering data. Level IV courses do not include level I, II, or III. Participants must have considerable
experience in the field for which training will be received.

Level V - COMPONENT OVERHAUL TRAINING


Designed for shop technicians performing overhaul and associated bench tests on selected components to
the component maintenance manual level. Participants must meet qualification prerequisites established
by the vendor.

INSTRUCTION
Course instructions and materials are in English language.

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TITLE

LEVEL :

A320 -200 GENERAL FAMILIARIZATION (320GFCLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course is a brief overview of the aircraft systems. At the end of the course, the participants will have a
general knowledge of the airframe, powerplant, major component locations, purpose, description, systems
operation, maintenance practices and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR :

Managers/Supervisory Personnel/Support Personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS:

Module 1

EIS/CFDS /Avionics Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 2

Acft Gen /Structures/Doors/ Windows/


Oxygen/Water & Waste/ Equipt & Furnishing
Electrical Power
Lights

3.5 Hrs

Module 3

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
APU

1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Module 4

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Module 5

Fire Protection
Fuels
Powerplant

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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TITLE
LEVEL

A320 A&P EQUIPMENT FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (320APELTTP)


:

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course provides an overview of the airframe and power plant systems. At the end of the course, the
participant will be able to state the purpose, describe the basic operation, and locate the system components.
This course is intended for Junior Mechanics to be able to safely and properly assist higher level mechanics in
the performance of maintenance tasks.
DESIGNED FOR :

DURATION

Line and Base Maintenance Personnel


Technical support personnel
:

90.0 Hrs (15 Days)

SYLLABUS:
Module 1

Acft Gen/EIS/CFDS/Documentation
Structures/ Doors/ Windows/ Oxy/Water & Waste
Equipt & Furnishing
Electrical Power
Lights
Fire Protection
Quiz 1

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 2

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
Fuels
APU
Quiz 2

3.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 3

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Powerplant
Quiz 3

6.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs
10.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs

6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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LEVEL :

A320 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE (320AP1LTTP)


3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides detailed information on the aircraft airframe and powerplant systems. Aircraft visits are
included to enhance overall comprehension. At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A&P systems and locate components on the aircraft.
use operational documentation correctly
carry out routine maintenance, servicing, test, systems functional checks,
troubleshooting, and component removal/installation in accordance with
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with MEL requirements for aircraft
airworthiness certification required for technical release.

DESIGNED FOR :

Line and Base Aircraft Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

150.0 Hrs (25 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Acft Gen/Documentation
EIS/CFDS
Struct/Doors/Windows/Oxy/Water &
Waste/Equipt & Furn
Quiz 1

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

Module 2

Electrical Power
Lights
Fire Protection
Quiz 2

10.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 3

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
APU
Quiz 3
Aircraft Visit 1

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Module 4

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 4

6.0 Hrs
10.0 Hrs
13.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 5

Fuels
Powerplant
Quiz
Aircraft Visit 2

11.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:
20
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A320 A&P/ELECTRICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE (320PEGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides detailed information on the aircraft airframe and powerplant systems. Sufficient Electrical
System information and aircraft visits are included to enhance overall comprehension. At the end of the course,
the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A&P systems and locate components on the aircraft.
use operational documentation correctly
carry out routine maintenance, servicing, test, systems functional checks,
troubleshooting, and component removal/installation in accordance with
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with MEL requirements for aircraft
airworthiness certification required for technical release.

DESIGNED FOR :

DURATION

Line and Base Aircraft Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
:

180.0 Hrs (30 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Acft Gen/Documentation
EIS/CFDS
Struct/Doors/Windows/Oxy/Water &
Waste/Equipt & Furn
Quiz 1

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

Module 2

Electrical Power
Lights
Fire Protection
Quiz 2

14.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 3

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
APU
Quiz 3
Aircraft Visit 1

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Module 4

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 4

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 5

Fuels
Powerplant
Quiz 5
Aircraft Visit 2

18.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:
20
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A320 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT COURSE (320APMLTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of the A320-200 A&P systems, service experience, reliability engineering problems,
troubleshooting procedures and modifications. Technical Representatives from manufacturers and vendors, and
Reliability Engineers will be invited to facilitate as the need arises. The course is designed to update the
knowledge and skills of the rated A320-200 A&P Ground Engineer. At the end of the course, the participant will
be able to:
a.
b.
c.

update his knowledge and skills on the A320-200 A&P systems to meet the
requirement of the rating.
identify & explain modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the
A320-200 aircraft & engine systems.
analyze system operational problems, review troubleshooting procedures and
maintenance actions, safety procedures and service experiences.

DESIGNED FOR :

Rated A320-200 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :

Module 1

Aircraft Gen/Cabin Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 2

Electrics Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 3

Air Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 4

Hydraulic Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 5

Powerplant Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A320 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

A320-200 AVIONICS EQUIPT FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (320AVELTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides an overview of the Avionics Systems. At the end of the course, the participants will be able
to state the purpose, describe the basic operation of the Avionics Systems and locate components. This is
intended for Junior Mechanics to be able to safely and properly assist higher level mechanics in the performance
of maintenance tasks.
DESIGNED FOR :

Avionics Mechanic C and Jr. Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors
Engineers
Specialists
Electrical/Electronics Shop Technicians
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :

Module 1

Acft Gen/Electronic Instrument Sys (EIS)/


Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS)/DFDRS/Clock

12.0 Hrs

Module 2

Communication
Quiz 1
Aircraft Visit

11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Module 3

Navigation

12.0 Hrs

Module 4

Electrical Power/Lights/Hydraulics/
Flight Controls/Auto Flight System
Quiz 2
Aircraft Visit

11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

A320 -200 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE (320AV1LTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed information on the aircraft Avionics systems. At the end of the
course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of Avionics systems and locate components on the aircraft.
use operational documentation properly (i.e. AMM/TSM/WDM etc.)
perform servicing, routine maintenance, troubleshooting and component
removal/installation in accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety
precautions.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with the MEL requirements for aircraft.
Airworthiness certification required for technical release.

DESIGNED FOR :

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
Electrical & Electronics shop Technicians (modular basis)

DURATION

120.0 Hrs (20 days )

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Welcome Briefing/VACBI Fam/Aircraft Gen/Documentation


EIS/ CFDS/DFDRS/Clock
AIDS/Quiz

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Module 2

Communication/Cabin Intercommunication Data System


(CIDS)/Lights/Quiz
Aircraft Visit

24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Module 3

Navigation/Quiz

24.0 Hrs

Module 4

Electrical Power/Hydraulics/Flt Controls/Quiz


Automatic Flight System/Quiz
Aircraft Visit

18.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course
Avionics Mech B position or equivalent

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A320 AVIONICS/ ELECTRICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE (320AEILTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed information on the Aircraft Avionics and Electrical Systems. At
the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.
d.

describe the operation of Avionics systems and locate components on the aircraft.
use operational documentation properly (i.e. AMM/TSM/ DM etc.).
perform servicing, routine ,maintenance, troubleshooting and component removal/ installation
in accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with the MEL requirements fro aircraft
airworthiness certification required for technical release.

DESIGNED FOR

DURATION

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/ Engineers/ Specialist
Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/ Electronics/ Avionics shop Technicians (modular basis)
240.0 Hrs (40 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Module 1
Module 2

Welcome Briefing/ VACBI Fam./ A/C Gen./


EIS/ AIDS/ DFDRS/Clock/Documentation/CFDS/Quiz

18.0 Hrs

Structures/Equipment/ Furnishing/ Cargo Loading/


Doors/ Oxygen/ Water & Waste/Quiz

12.0 Hrs

Module 3

Electrical Power
Lights
Fire Protection
Quiz

Module 4

Pneumatics
Aircon/ Press
Ice & Rain Protection
APU
Quiz
Aircraft Visit

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Module 5

Hydraulics
Landing Gear
Flight Controls
Quiz

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 6

Fuels
Powerplant
Quiz
Aircraft Visit

18.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Module 7

Communication/Quiz
Navigation/Quiz
Auto Flight System/Quiz
Aircraft Visit

18.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A320-200 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT COURSE (320AVMLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a comprehensive review of the aircraft Avionics systems to reinforce knowledge gained from
the initial course. It includes the latest developments and current operating problems on the Avionics systems. At
the end of the course, the participant will be updated on the latest:
a.
b.
c.

developments on the aircraft avionics systems


modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the aircraft avionics
systems
operational problems and review troubleshooting procedures and maintenance
actions in view of the latest developments.

DESIGNED FOR :

DURATION

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Electrical/Electronic Shop Technicians
Technical Training Instructors
:

12.0 Hrs (2 days)

SYLLABUS :

ATA 31 / 23 / AMM / IPC


ATA 34 / 22

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

A320-200 Avionics Ground Engineer's Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

A320 ELECTRICAL COURSE (320ELILTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers detailed discussion of the aircraft electrical system. Sufficient airframe and powerplant
systems information and aircraft visits are included to enhance overall comprehension. At the end of the course,
the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A320 Electrical systems and locate components on
the aircraft
use operational documentation (AMM/TSM/IPC) correctly
carry out routine maintenance, servicing, tests, systems functional checks,
troubleshooting, and component removal/installation in accordance with the
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions
use the MEL and comply with maintenance actions necessary for aircraft
Airworthiness

DESIGNED FOR :

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Elect'l/Electronic shop Technicians (Modular)

DURATION

150.0 Hrs (25 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

Module 4

Module 5

Aircraft General / Documentation


EIS/CFDS
Structures/Doors/Windows/Oxygen/Water and Waste/
Equipment and Furnishings
Quiz 1
Electrical Power
Lights
Fire Protection
Fuels
Quiz 2
Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
APU
Quiz 3
Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 4
Fuels
Powerplant
Quiz 5
Aircraft Visit 2

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
10.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
10.0 Hrs
13.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
11.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A320 A&P TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (320APOLTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 training level 3 standard. It is designed for aircraft A&P
Mechanics/Engineers for them to be able to have an actual hands-on performance of the various operational
tests and procedures on aircraft airframe and powerplant systems related to line maintenance release and
dispatch.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to locate LRU's, perform system/operational tests, and do
maintenance airworthiness release following applicable MEL dispatch procedures and in accordance with
applicable aircraft maintenance manual and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR :

A320 A&P Line Engineers and Mechanics

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
ATA 01- Introduction & Safety Precautions
ATA 06-10 Areas/Jack Points/Towing/Parking
ATA 12/20 Servicing/Standard Practices
Tasks : Component Locations + Controls/Indications + Functional/
Operational Tests + MEL & ADPM Procedures
ATA 21 Aircon/Pressurization
ATA 24 Electrical Power
ATA 25 Equipt & Furnishing
ATA 26 Fire Protection
ATA 27 Flight Controls
ATA 28 Fuels
ATA 29 Hydraulics
ATA 30 Ice & Rain Protection
ATA 31 EIS
ATA 32 Landing Gears
ATA 33 Lights
ATA 35 Oxygen
ATA 36 Pneumatics
ATA 38 Water & Waste
ATA 49 APU
ATA 50-57 Structures
ATA 71-80 Powerplant
CFDS
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
4.5 Hrs

4.5 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
5.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
3.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

A320 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A320 AVIONICS TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (320AVOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed for Avionics Line & Base Mechanics / Engineers for them to be able to have an actual
hands-on performance of the various operational tests and procedures on aircraft avionics systems. At the end of
the course, the participants will be able to perform functional system tests, maintenance procedures and MEL
dispatch procedures in accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR :

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
System Component Locations
System Ground Tests
Deactivation/Reactivation Procedures
MMEL/MEL Procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
5.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

A320 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A320 BLACKBOX COURSE (320BBILTTP)

LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed for A&P Line Engineers/ Mechanics for them to be able to learn and understand the
operation of aircraft avionics systems. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to know the purpose
and understand the operation of the avionics systems that are related to line maintenance and dispatch to ensure
the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR :

A&P Line Engineers & Mechanics

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
INSTRUMENTS
Electronic Instrument System (EIS)
Master Warning System (MWS)
Centralized Fault Display System (CFDS)
Aircraft Integrated Data System (AIDS)
Digital Flt Data Recorder (DFDR)
Electrical Clock
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
Interphone/PA/CIDS/HF/VHF/
ACARS/SELCAL/CVR/Quiz 1
NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
ADIRS/ILS/ADF/VOR/MB/DME/
RA/GPWS/ATC/TCAS/Wx Radar/
GPS/Stdby Systems
AUTOFLIGHT SYSTEMS
Flight Management/Autopilot/
Flight Director/Autothrust/Quiz 2
Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
17.5 Hrs

12.0 Hrs

12.0 Hrs

12.0 Hrs

6.0 Hrs

A320 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A320 BLACKBOX TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (320BBOLTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed for A&P Line Engineers/ Mechanics for them to be able to have an actual hands-on
performance of the various operational tests and procedures on aircraft avionics systems related to line
maintenance release and dispatch. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to locate avionics LRUs,
perform systems BITE tests, and do limited maintenance airworthiness release following applicable MEL dispatch
procedures in accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR :

A&P Line Engineers & Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
System Component Locations
System Ground Tests (ATA 22, 31, 34)
Deactivation/Reactivation Procedures
MMEL/MEL Procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs
4.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr

A320 Blackbox Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE

A320 CFM56-5B ENGINE LINE MAINT GROUND HANDLING (565BLMLTTP)

LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a detailed discussion of the Airbus A320 powerplant systems. It is designed to enable ground
handlers to perform engine line maintenance ground handling operations in accordance with maintenance
manual procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR :

Ground handlers

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Construction/Hardware
Oil System
Fuel System
Engine Controls
Engine Indicating
Ignition
Starting
Thrust Reverser
Engine Functional Checks
Minor Rigging and Adjustment Procedures
Troubleshooting/CFDS Procedure

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

A320 Aircraft Maintenance Course (ATA Level II or III)

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

A330/A340 to A320 A&P CONVERSION COURSE (320AP3LTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The objective of the course is to enable rated A330/A340 A&P Ground Engineers to obtain additional rating and
perform maintenance tasks on the A320 aircraft type in accordance with maintenance manual procedures and
safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR :

Personnel with A330/340 A&P Ground Engrs rating:


Line and Base maintenance mechanics
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
Foreign ground handlers

DURATION

120.0 Hrs (20 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Intro/Documentation/EIS/CFDS
Structures/Doors/Equipt/Furnish/Oxy/Water/Waste
Electrical Power
Lights
Quiz 1

12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 2

APU
Pneumatics
Aircon-Press
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection
Quiz 2
Aircraft Visit 1

Module 3

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 3

6.0 Hrs
10.0 Hrs
13.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Fuels
Powerplant
Quiz 4
Aircraft Visit 2

10.0 Hrs
13.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Module 4

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A340/A330 A&P Ground Engineer Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

16

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TITLE :

A330/A340 to A320 AVIONICS CONVERSION COURSE (320AVCLTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The objective of the course is to enable rated A330/A340 Avionics Ground Engineers to obtain additional rating
and perform maintenance tasks on the A320 aircraft type in accordance with maintenance manual procedures
and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR :

DURATION

Personnel with A330/340 Avionics Ground Engineers rating:


Line and Base maintenance Avionics mechanics
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
Foreign ground handlers
:

90.0 Hrs (15 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Intro/EIS/CFDS/AIDS/DFDRS/Clock/Quiz
Communications/Quiz
Electrical Power/Lights
Aircraft Visit
Hydraulics/Flight Controls/Quiz
Navigation/Quiz
Auto Flight Systems/Quiz
Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

12.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

A340/A330 Avionics Ground Engineer Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard

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TITLE :

A320 ESCAPE SLIDE SYSTEM FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (320ESCLTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to familiarize participants with the Airbus A320 aircraft escape slide systems operation,
maintenance practices and safety features. At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
a.
b.
c.
d.

understand the Airbus A320 aircraft escape slide systems


describe the operation and function of these systems
Identify, locate, and gain access to the escape slide systems
perform the necessary maintenance checks on the escape slide systems

DESIGNED FOR :

Line and Base Mechanics


Inspectors

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Systems Description & Operation
Maintenance Practices
Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

18

20

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TITLE :

A320 FUEL SERVICING INITIAL COURSE (320FSCLTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides information on the A320 fuel servicing procedure. At the end of the course, the participants
will :
a.
b.

state the safety precautions related to aircraft fuel servicing


perform aircraft fuel servicing in accordance with aircraft maintenance manual
procedures and safety precautions.

DESIGNED FOR :

Fuel servicing personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day )

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Storage/Ventilation
Fuel Supply/Controls & Indication
Fuel Quantity Indication System
Description
Tank Probes
Magnetic Level Indication
Pressure Fueling system
Fueling Components
Refueling/Defueling
Control Panel
Fuel System Maintenance Information
Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs

3.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

19

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TITLE:

A320 FUEL SERVICING RECURRENT COURSE (320FSRLTTP)

LEVEL:

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course provides a review on the A320 fuel servicing procedure to reinforce knowledge gained
from the initial course. At the end of the course, the participant will be updated on:
a.

The safety precautions related to aircraft fuel servicing

b. Aircraft fuel servicing in accordance with aircraft maintenance manual procedure and
safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR:

Fuel Servicing Personnel

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs (0.5 day)

SYLLABUS:
Storage/Ventilation
Fuel Supply/Controls and Indication
Fuel Quantity Indication System
Description
Tank Probes
Magnetic Level Indication
Pressure Fueling System
Fueling Components
Refueling/Defueling
Control Panel
Fuel System Maintenance Information
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE:

3.0 Hrs

A320 Fuel Servicing Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

A320 CAT II PRECISION APPROACH MAINTENANCE INITIAL COURSE (320ALILTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course aims to familiarize Avionics and A&P Line & Base Maintenance personnel on the operational
requirements of Category II Precision Approach maintenance procedures as mandated by the Regulatory
Authorities.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:

understand the principles of CAT II Precision Approach

be able to identify aircraft systems/components that affects CAT II operation

learn the procedure on how to release aircraft in case of system degradation/failure


DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers / Inspectors

DURATION:

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS:
Introduction/Definition of Terms/ Requirements/Regulations

1.0 Hr

CAT II Precision Approach Maintenance Program:


Aircraft Effectivity/A320 List of Equipment for CAT II Operations/
Capacity Downgrading Display/Land Category
Status Monitoring
1.5 Hr
Maintenance, Check, Test & Verification/BITE Philosophy/
Reliability Program/Test Equipment & Standards/
Maintenance Procedures/Engineering Modifications/
Airworthiness Directives

1.5 Hr

Maintenance Training Requirements/List of Qualified


Personnel/CAT II Release Process/MCDU Land Test/
Derating or updating of CAT II Aircraft Operational Status/
CAT II Maintenance Contracted to other Organization/
Maintenance Records

1.0 Hr

Accomplishment of Land Mode Status Card/Monitoring


Of Aircrafts Autoland Capability/Responsibilities

1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
For Avionics: A320 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course
For A&P: A320 Blackbox Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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TITLE :

A320 CAT II PRECISION APPROACH MAINTENANCE RECURRENT COURSE


(320ALRLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course covers a review of the requirements specific to Philippine Airlines operations for Category II Precision
Approach as mandated by the Regulatory Authorities. This recurrent course must be taken every two (2) years in
compliance with PALs approved maintenance program.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
a. review and update their knowledge to meet the requirement of the rating, and
b. perform the maintenance checks related to the avionics equipment installed on PR A320 aircraft
that are affected by Category II Precision Approach in accordance with mandatory requirements to
ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers
Inspectors

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS:
Review of CAT II Precision Approach Requirements and
Regulations/
Aircraft Effectivity/A320 List of
Equipment for CAT II Operations

1.0 Hr

Review and discussion of revisions of CAT II Precision


Approach Maintenance Program

1.0 Hr

Review and discussion of CAT II Release Process/


MCDU Land Test/Derating or updating of CAT II Aircraft
Operational Status/Accomplishment of Land Mode
Status Card/ Monitoring Of Aircrafts Autoland Capability

1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

: A320 CAT II Precision Approach Maint. Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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LEVEL :

A320 ENGINE DRY MOTORING COURSE (320DMCLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom instruction to provide the participants with a working knowledge on
the A320 engine dry motoring test procedure. At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a. State the safety precautions to be observed during engine dry motoring operation
b. Describe engine dry motoring procedure in accordance with the maintenance manual
procedures and safety precautions.
c. Know and identify normal engine motoring parameters and abnormal conditions.
DESIGNED FOR

Rated A320 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Review & update of Powerplant & related system

1.5 Hr

1. Engine Controls & Indications


2. APU/Pneumatics Systems
3. Electrical/Fuel Systems
Safety & Operating Precautions

1.0 Hr

Operating/Starting Limits

0.5 Hr

Abnormal/Emergency Conditions

1.0 Hr

Dry Motoring Checklist

0.5 Hr

Dry Motoring Test Procedure

1.5 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A320 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

23

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TITLE :

A320 ENGINE RUN UP INITIAL COURSE (320PEILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions to provide the participants with working knowledge on
the A320 CFM56-5B engine run-up test. It is a requirement for obtaining A320 Engine Run-up Operators Permit.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

state the safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations


perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the
maintenance manual procedures & safety precautions
monitor normal engine operating parameters and recognize abnormal
conditions/occurrences
make engine adjustments or corrective actions
perform ground emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of
competence

DESIGNED FOR :

Rated A320 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

45.0 Hrs (Classroom 30.0 Hrs)


(Simulator 12.0 Hrs )
(Briefing 3.0 Hrs )

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
A. Review & update of Powerplant & related systems
1. Engine Controls & Indications
2. Fuel /Fire Prot Systems
3. APU/Pneumatics Systems
4. Electrical/Hydraulics Systems
B. Safety & Operating Precautions
C. Operating Limits
D. Abnormal Conditions
E. Emergency Procedures
F. Run-up Checklist
G. Tests and Adjustments
H. Mock-up Familiarization
I. Review/Quiz
Simulator Session
A. Briefing & Pre-start Procedures
B. CPT, Engine Run-up test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 3.0H + Run-up Assist seat 3.0H)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

12.0 Hrs

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

Valid RP-ATO A&P Mechanic License


A320 A&P Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

24

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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PART 1-1 A320 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A320 ENGINE RUN UP SIMULATOR RECURRENT COURSE (320PERLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions to provide the participants with an update and to
check-out Operators run-up proficiency. This is a mandatory requirement every two(2) years for renewal of A320
Engine Run-up Operators Permit.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to review and be updated on the:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations


Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft Maintenance
Manual
Normal engine operating parameters monitoring and abnormal conditions/occurrences
recognition
Engine adjustments or corrective actions
Emergency cockpit procedures, and be able to perform these procedures with the required
degree of competence

DESIGNED FOR :

Rated A320 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

22.0 Hrs (Classroom : 12.0 Hrs)


(Simulator : 8.0 Hrs)
(Briefing : 2.0 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/ Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulic Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Tests and Adjustments
Cockpit Mock-up Trainer
Simulator Session
Briefing / Pre-Start Procedures
CPT, Engine Run-up Test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 2 Hrs + Run-up Assist seat 2 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.5 Hrs

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
6.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs

Valid RP-ATO A&P Mechanic License


A320 Engine Run-up Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

25

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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TITLE

LEVEL :

A320 ENGINE RUN-UP RECURRENT SIMULATOR COURSE (320ERSLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course consists of simulator sessions to check-out the engine run-up operators proficiency in
engine run-up procedures to validate the performance based on the current and updated procedures.
The course is intended to be preceded by A320 Engine Run-up Recurrent Theoretical Course.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to :
a.
b.
c.

Monitor normal engine operating parameters as well as recognition of abnormal


conditions/occurrences.
Perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual.
Perform emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of competence.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated A320 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

10.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Briefing/Pre-start Procedures
Engine Run Tests & Simulator Check-out

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs

A320 Engine Run-up Recurrent


Theoretical Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

26

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TITLE

LEVEL :

A320 ENGINE RUN-UP RECURRENT THEORETICAL COURSE (320ERTLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course consists of classroom discussion to provide the participants with an update on the current
engine run-up procedures.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to review and be updated on the:
a.
b.

Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations.


Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated A320 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 days)

SYLLABUS :
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/ Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulic Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Powerplant Tests and Adjustments
Cockpit Panels

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

A320 Engine Run-up Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

27

12

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TITLE :

A320 AIRCRAFT RIGGING COURSE (320RIGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers the A320 systems rigging procedures to satisfy aircraft maintenance requirements.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to perform rigging and adjustments in accordance with
aircraft specifications and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR :

A&P Line and Base maintenance mechanics

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Ram Air Turbine/Landing Gear Doors
Flight Controls Adjustment
Rigging THS/Rudder Mechl Control
Slats/Flaps Installation & Rigging
Power Control Unit
Pax Doors Installation/Adjustment
Offwing Emer Exit Doors Adjustment
Cargo Doors Adjustment
Bulk Cargo Compartment Door
Sliding Windows Inst/Adjustment

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

A320 A&P Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

28

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TITLE :

PAL A320 AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION DIFFERENCES/GROUND HANDLING


COURSE (320PRGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers an overview of PAL A320 aircraft systems configuration differences/ground
handling. It is designed to enable participants with A320 and CFM56-5B engine maintenance training
to perform ground handling and servicing of PAL A320 aircraft in accordance with the PAL Aircraft
Maintenance Manual, established procedures and safety precautions to release the aircraft for flight.
DESIGNED FOR

Foreign Outstation Ground handling companies

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
A&P systems and related servicing
ATA 36/21/30/49
ATA 24/33/26/28
ATA 29/32/27
ATA 52/25/35/38
ATA 70 (CFM56-5B)

12.0 Hrs

Avionics systems & related servicing


ATA 31/22/23/34

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A320 ATA Specification 104 level III training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

29

20

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TITLE :

B737-300 GENERAL FAMILIARIZATION (733GFCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a brief overview of the aircraft systems. At the end of the course, the participants will
have a general knowledge of the airframe, powerplant, major component locations, purpose and
description of systems operation, maintenance practices and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Managers/Supervisors
Support Personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :

Module 1

Avionics System

6.0 Hrs

Module 2

Intro/Structures/Doors/Windows/Airstairs/
Oxygen/Water & Waste/Equip Furnishing
Electrical Power/Lights

3.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs

Module 3

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
APU

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

Module 4

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Module 5

Fire Protection
Fuels
Powerplant

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

B737-300/-400 GENERAL FAMILIARIZATION (734GFCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a brief overview of the aircraft systems. At the end of the course, the participants will
have a general knowledge of the airframe, powerplant, major component locations, purpose and
description of systems operation, maintenance practices and safety precautions about the B737-300/400 aircraft.
DESIGNED FOR

Managers/Supervisors
Support Personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Avionics System

6.0 Hrs

Module 2

Intro/Structures/Doors/Windows/Airstairs/
Oxygen/Water & Waste/Equip Furnishing
Electrical Power/Lights

3.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs

Module 3

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
APU

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

Module 4

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Module 5

Fire Protection
Fuels
Powerplant

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

B737-300 A&P EQUIPMENT FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (733APELTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides an overview of the airframe & powerplant systems. At the end of the course, the
participant will be able to state the purpose of the systems, describe the basic operation, and locate
the system components. This course is intended for Junior mechanics to be able to safely and
properly assist higher level mechanics in the performance of maintenance tasks.
DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base maintenance personnel


Technical support personnel

DURATION

90.0 Hrs (15 Days)

SYLLABUS :

Module 1

Intro/Structures/Doors/Windows/Airstairs/
Oxygen/Water/Waste/Equip Furnishing
APU
Electrical Power/Lights
Quiz 1

11.0 Hrs

Module 2

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection
Fuels
Quiz 2

3.0 Hrs
10.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 3

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Powerplant
Quiz 3
Aircraft Visit

6.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE (734AP1LTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides detailed information on the aircraft airframe and powerplant systems. Aircraft
visits are included to enhance overall comprehension. At the end of the course, the participant will be
able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A&P systems and locate components on the aircraft.
use operational documentation correctly
carry out routine maintenance, servicing, test, systems functional checks,
troubleshooting, and component removal/installation in accordance with
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with MEL requirements for aircraft
Airworthiness certification required for technical release.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Aircraft Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

150.0 Hrs (25 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Intro/Structures/Doors/Windows/Oxygen/
Water & Waste/Equipt. & Furnishing
Electrical Power/Lights
Quiz 1

12.0 Hrs

Module 2

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
Quiz 2

6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 3

Fire Protection
APU
Quiz 3
Aircraft Visit

6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Module 4

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 4

12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 5

Fuels
Powerplant
Quiz 5
Aircraft Visit

12.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 hr
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 20


This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 A&P/ELECTRICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE


(734PEGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides detailed information on the aircraft airframe and powerplant systems. Sufficient
Electrical system information and aircraft visits are included to enhance overall comprehension. At the
end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A&P systems and locate components on the aircraft.
use operational documentation correctly
carry out routine maintenance, servicing, test, systems functional checks,
troubleshooting, and component removal/installation in accordance with
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with MEL requirements for aircraft
Airworthiness certification required for technical release.

DESIGNED FOR

DURATION

Line and Base Aircraft Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
180.0 Hrs (30 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Intro/AC General/Doc/ Structures/Doors/Windows/


Oxygen/Water & Waste/Equipt. & Furnishing/
Electrical Power/Lights
Quiz 1

23.0 Hrs

Module 2

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
Quiz 2

6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 3

Fire Protection
APU
Quiz 3
Aircraft Visit

6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Module 4

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 4

11.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 5

Fuels
Powerplant
Quiz 5
Aircraft Visit

11.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

18.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE

LEVEL :

B737-300/400 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT COURSE


(734APMLTTP)
3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of the B737-300/400 A&P systems, service experience, reliability engineering
problems, troubleshooting procedures and modifications. Technical Representatives from
manufacturers and vendors, and Reliability Engineers will be invited to facilitate as the need arises.
The course is designed to update the knowledge and skills of the rated B737-300/400 A&P Ground
Engineer.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

update his knowledge and skills on the B737-300/400 A&P systems to meet the
requirement of the rating.
identify & explain modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the
B737-300/400 aircraft & engine systems.
analyze system operational problems, review troubleshooting procedures and
maintenance actions, safety procedures and service experiences.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated B737-300/400 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :

Module 1

Aircraft Gen/Cabin Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 2

Electrics Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 3

Air Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 4

Hydraulic Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 5

Powerplant Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

B737-300 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

B737-300 AVIONICS EQUIPMENT FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (733AVELTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides an overview of the Avionics Systems. At the end of the course, the participants
will be able to state the purpose, describe the basic operation of the Avionics Systems and locate
components. This is intended for Junior Mechanics to be able to safely and properly assist higher
level mechanics in the performance of maintenance tasks.
DESIGNED FOR

Avionics Mechanic C and Jr. Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Electrical/Electronics Shop Technicians
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft General
Communications
Instruments
Navigation
Aircraft Visit/Quiz 1
Flight Mgt Computer System (FMCS)
Inertial Reference System (IRS)
Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS)
Digital Flight Control System (DFCS)
Autothrottle (A/T)
Aircraft Visit/Quiz 2
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
16.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 2 training standard.

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE (734AVILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed information on the aircraft Avionics systems. At the
end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

describe the operation of Avionics systems and locate components on the aircraft.
use operational documentation properly (i.e. AMM/FIM/WDM etc.)
perform servicing, routine maintenance, troubleshooting and component
removal/installation in accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety
precautions.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with the MEL requirements for aircraft
airworthiness certification required for technical release.

d.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
Elect'l & Electronics shop Technicians (modular basis)

DURATION

120.0 Hrs (20 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft General
Communications
Instruments/DFDR/Quiz 1
Navigation
Aircraft Visit/Quiz 2
Flight Management System
Flight Management Computer System
Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS)
Inertial Reference System/Quiz 3
Digital Flight Control System
Autothrottle
Aircraft Visit/Quiz 4
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
9.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course
Avionics Mech "B" position or equivalent

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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LEVEL :

B737-300/400 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT COURSE


(734AVMLTTP)
3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a comprehensive review of the aircraft Avionics systems to reinforce knowledge
gained from the initial course. It includes the latest developments and current operating problems on
the Avionics systems. At the end of the course, the participant will be updated on the latest:
a.
b.
c.

developments on the aircraft avionics systems


modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the aircraft avionics
systems
operational problems and review troubleshooting procedures and maintenance
actions in view of the latest developments.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Electrical/Electronic Shop Technicians
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 days)

SYLLABUS :
ATA 31 / 23 / AMM / IPC
ATA 34 / 22

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

B737-300/400 Avionics Ground Engineer's Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B737-300 ELECTRICAL COURSE (733ELILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers detailed discussion of the aircraft electrical system. Sufficient airframe and
powerplant systems information and aircraft visits are included to enhance overall comprehension. At
the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the B737-300 Electrical systems and locate components on
the aircraft
use operational documentation (AMM/IPC) correctly
carry out routine maintenance, servicing, tests, systems functional checks,
troubleshooting, and component removal/installation in accordance with the
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions
use the MEL and comply with maintenance actions necessary for aircraft
Airworthiness

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/Electronic shop Technicians (Modular)

DURATION

150.0 Hrs (25 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Intro / Structures / Doors / Windows / Airstairs / Water &
Waste / Oxygen / Equipt & Furnishing/Quiz 1
Electrical Power / Lights/Quiz 2
Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection/Quiz 3
Fuels
Fire Protection
A P U/Quiz 4
Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls/Quiz 5
Powerplant/Quiz 6
Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

24.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

10

20

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 A&P TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (734APOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 training level 3 standard. It is designed for aircraft
A&P Mechanics/Engineers for them to be able to have an actual hands-on performance of the various
operational tests and procedures on aircraft airframe and powerplant systems related to line
maintenance release and dispatch.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to locate LRU's, perform system/operational
tests, and do maintenance airworthiness release following applicable MEL dispatch procedures and in
accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual and
safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR
DURATION

B737-300/400 A&P Line Engineers and Mechanics


:

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
ATA 01- Introduction & Safety Precautions
ATA 06-10 Areas/Jack Points/Towing/Parking
ATA 12/20 Servicing/ESD Standard Practices
Tasks: Component Locations + Controls/Indications + Functional/
Operational Tests + MEL & AD Procedures
ATA 21 Aircon/Pressurization
ATA 24 Electrical Power
ATA 25 Equipt & Furnishing
ATA 26 Fire Protection
ATA 27 Flight Controls
ATA 28 Fuels
ATA 29 Hydraulics
ATA 30 Ice & Rain Protection
ATA 32 Landing Gears
ATA 33 Lights
ATA 35 Oxygen
ATA 36 Pneumatics
ATA 38 Water & Waste
ATA 49 APU
ATA 52-56 Structures
ATA 71-80 Powerplant
EIS
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
4.5 Hrs

4.5 Hrs
4.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
4.5 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
3.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

B737-300/400 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 AVIONICS TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (734AVOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed for Avionics Line & Base Mechanics/Engineers for them to be able to have an
actual hands-on performance of the various operational tests and procedures on aircraft avionics
systems. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform functional system tests,
maintenance procedures and MEL dispatch procedures in accordance with applicable aircraft
maintenance manual and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
System Component Locations
System Ground Tests
Deactivation/Reactivation Procedures
MMEL/MEL Procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
4.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

B737-300/400 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 BLACKBOX COURSE (734BBILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at training level 3 standard. It is designed for A&P Line
Engineers/ Mechanics for them to be able to learn and understand the operation of aircraft avionics
systems. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to know the purpose and understand
the operation of the avionics systems that are related to line maintenance and dispatch to ensure the
safety of aircraft operations
DESIGNED FOR

A&P Line Engineers & Mechanics

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
Interphone/PA/HF/VHF/
SELCAL/CVR
INSTRUMENTS
Flt Data Recorder
Clocks/Quiz 1
NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
ADS/IRS/EFIS/ADF/VHF Nav/MB
DME/RA/GPWS/ATC/TCAS/Wx Radar/
Stdby System/FMCS/Quiz 2
AUTOFLIGHT SYSTEMS
Autopilot/Flight Director/Yaw Damper/
Autothrottle/Quiz 3
Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
9.0 Hrs

2.0 Hrs

24.0 Hrs

18.0 Hrs

6.0 Hrs

B737-300/400 A&P Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 BLACKBOX TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (734BBOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at training level 3 standard. It is designed for A&P Line
Engineers/ Mechanics for them to be able to have an actual hands-on performance of the various
operational tests and procedures on aircraft avionics systems related to line maintenance release and
dispatch.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to locate avionics LRUs, perform system BITE
tests, and do limited maintenance airworthiness release following applicable MMEL/MEL dispatch
procedures and in accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

A&P Line Engineers & Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
System Component Locations
System Ground Tests(ATA 22, 23, 31, 34)
Deactivation/Reactivation Procedures
MMEL/MEL Procedures
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
4.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

B737 Blackbox Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B737 CFM56-3 ENGINE LINE MAINT GROUND HANDLING (563BLMLTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a detailed discussion of the B737 powerplant systems. It is designed to enable
ground handlers to perform engine line maintenance ground handling operations in accordance with
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Ground handlers

DURATION

24.0 Hrs (4 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Construction/Hardware
Oil System
Fuel System
Engine Controls
Engine Indicating
Ignition
Starting
Thrust Reverser
Engine Functional Checks
Minor Rigging and Adjustment Procedures
Troubleshooting

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs

B737 Aircraft Maintenance Course (ATA Level II or III)

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

15

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TITLE :

B737-300 S1 & S2 CHECKS FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (733SSCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is an introduction to aircraft line maintenance checks and servicing. At the end of the
course, the participants will have the knowledge to be able to perform line maintenance checks &
servicing on the B737-300 aircraft in accordance with the manufacturers AMM procedures and safety
practices.
DESIGNED FOR

Junior Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
1. Service 1 Check & safety precautions
a. Introduction
b. Procedures- Checks & servicing
2. Service 2 Check & safety precautions
a. Powerplant Walkaround Check/ Servicing
b. Aircraft Exterior
c. Landing Gears
d. Flight Deck
e. Cabin/Cargo Compartment Final Work
3. Examination

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
8.5 Hrs
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr

B737-300 A&P Equipment Familiarization

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

16

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TITLE :

B737 FUEL SERVICING INITIAL COURSE (733FSCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides information on the B737 fuel servicing procedure. At the end of the course, the
participant will be able to:
a.
b.

state the safety precautions related to aircraft fuel servicing


perform aircraft fuel servicing procedures in accordance with aircraft maintenance
manual procedures and safety precautions.

DESIGNED FOR

Fuel servicing personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs ( 1 Day )

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Storage/Ventilation
Fuel Supply/Controls & Indication
Fuel Quantity Indication System
Description
Tank Probes
Magnetic Level Indication
Pressure Fueling system
Introduction
Fueling Components
Refueling/Defueling
Control Panel
Fuel System Maintenance Information
Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs

3.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

17

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TITLE:

B737 FUEL SERVICING RECURRENT COURSE (734FSRLTTP)

LEVEL:

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course provides a review on the B737 fuel servicing procedure to reinforce knowledge gained
from the initial course. At the end of the course, the participant will be updated on:
a.

The safety precautions related to aircraft fuel servicing

b. Aircraft fuel servicing in accordance with aircraft maintenance manual procedure and
safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR:

Fuel Servicing Personnel

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs (0.5 day)

SYLLABUS:
Storage/Ventilation
Fuel Supply/Controls and Indication
Fuel Quantity Indication System
Description
Tank Probes
Magnetic Level Indication
Pressure Fueling System
Fueling Components
Refueling/Defueling
Control Panel
Fuel System Maintenance Information
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE:

3.0 Hrs

B737 Fuel Servicing Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 AIRCRAFT DIFFERENCES COURSE (734ADCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers B737 aircraft systems discussions with emphasis on Airframe & Powerplant
Systems differences to enable aircraft mechanics with training on the B737-300 aircraft to perform line
and base maintenance tasks on the B737-400 aircraft in accordance with maintenance manual
procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Personnel with trng and experience on B737-300 aircraft:


Line and Base Mechanics
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day )

SYLLABUS :
Registration/Introduction
Aircraft General
Powerplant
Airconditioning
Avionics systems
Review/Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

B737-300 A&P Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

19

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TITLE :

B737-300 AVIONICS DIFFERENCES (733AVDLTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussion on the B737 aircraft avionics systems with emphasis on the differences
of the Avionics Systems of PAL operated B737-300 aircraft.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
a.

describe the differences between avionics systems installed in the various PAL
operated B737-300 versions

b.

determine their component interchangeability.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors
Engineers
Specialists
Electrical/Electronics Shop Technicians
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft General
Communications
Navigation
Automatic Flight System (AFS)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr

B737-300 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

B737-300/400 ENGINE DRY MOTORING COURSE (734DMCLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom instruction to provide the participants with a working knowledge on
the B737-300/400 engine dry motoring test procedure. At the end of the course, the participant will be
able to:
a. State the safety precautions to be observed during engine dry motoring operation
b. Describe engine dry motoring procedure in accordance with the maintenance manual
procedures and safety precautions.
c. Know and identify normal engine motoring parameters and abnormal conditions.
DESIGNED FOR

Rated B737-300/400 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Review & update of Powerplant & related system

1.5 Hr

1. Engine Controls & Indications


2. APU/Pneumatics Systems
3. Electrical/Fuel Systems
Safety & Operating Precautions

1.0 Hr

Operating/Starting Limits

0.5 Hr

Abnormal/Emergency Conditions

1.0 Hr

Dry Motoring Checklist

0.5 Hr

Dry Motoring Test Procedure

1.5 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

B737-300/400 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

21

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 ENGINE RUN-UP INITIAL COURSE (734PEILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions to provide the participants with a working
knowledge on the B737-300/400s CFM56-3B1/B2/C1 engine run-up tests. It is a requirement for
obtaining B737 Engine Run-up Operators Permit. At the end of the course, the participant will be able
to:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

state the safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations


perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions
monitor normal engine operating parameters and recognize abnormal conditions/
occurrences
make engine adjustments or corrective actions
perform ground emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of
competence

DESIGNED FOR

Rated B737-300/400 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

45.0 Hrs (Classroom 30 Hrs)


(Simulator 12 Hrs)
(Briefing 3 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
A. Review & update of Powerplant & related systems
1. Engine Controls & Indications
2. Fuel /Fire Protection System
3. APU/Pneumatics Systems
4. Electrical/Hydraulic Power
B. Safety & Operating Precautions
C. Operating Limits
D. Abnormal Conditions
E. Emergency Procedures
F. Run-up Checklist
G. Tests and Adjustments
H. Mock-up Familiarization
I. Review/Quiz
Simulator Session
A. Briefing & Pre-start Procedures
B. Engine Run-up test procedures & Check-out
(Pilots seat 3.0H + Co-pilots seat 3.0H)
PRE-REQUISITE

12.0 Hrs

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

Valid RP-ATO A&P Mechanic License


B737-300/400 A&P Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: Classroom (12)


Practical (4)

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TITLE :

B737-300/400 ENGINE RUN UP SIMULATOR RECURRENT COURSE


(734PERLTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions to provide the participants with an update
and to check-out Operators run-up proficiency. This is a mandatory requirement every two(2) years
for renewal of B737 Engine Run-up Operators Permit.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to review and be updated on the:
a.
Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations
b.
Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual
c.
Normal engine operating parameters monitoring and abnormal
conditions/occurrences recognition
d.
Engine adjustments or corrective actions
e.
Emergency cockpit procedures, and be able to perform these procedures
with the required degree of competence
DESIGNED FOR

Rated B737 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

22.0 Hrs (Classroom : 12.0 Hrs)


(Simulator : 8.0 Hrs)
(Briefing : 2.0 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/ Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulic Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Tests and Adjustments
B737 Cockpit Mock-up Trainer
Simulator Session
Briefing / Pre-Start Procedures
CPT, Engine Run-up Test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 2 Hrs + Run-up Assist seat 2 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.5 Hrs

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
6.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs

Valid RP-ATO A&P Mechanic License


B737 Engine Run-up Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

23

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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LEVEL :

B737-300/400 ENGINE RUN-UP RECURRENT SIMULATOR COURSE


(734ERSLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course consists of simulator sessions to check-out the engine run-up operators proficiency in
engine run-up procedures to validate the performance based on the current and updated procedures.
The course is intended to be preceded by B737-300/400 Engine Run-up Recurrent Theoretical
Course.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to :
a.
b.
c.

Monitor normal engine operating parameters as well as recognition of abnormal


conditions/occurrences.
Perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual.
Perform emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of competence.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated B737-300/400 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

10.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Briefing/Pre-start Procedures
Engine Run Tests & Simulator Check-out

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs

B737-300/400 Engine Run-up Recurrent


Theoretical Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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TITLE

LEVEL :

B737-300/400 ENGINE RUN-UP RECURRENT THEORETICAL COURSE


(734ERTLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course consists of classroom discussion to provide the participants with an update on the current
engine run-up procedures.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to review and be updated on the:
a.
b.

Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations.


Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated B737-300/400 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/ Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulic Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Powerplant Tests and Adjustments
Cockpit Panels

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

B737-300/400 Engine Run-up Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

25

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LEVEL :

B737-300/-400 CAT II PRECISION APPROACH MAINTENANCE INITIAL COURSE


(734ALILTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course aims to familiarize Avionics and A&P Line & Base Maintenance personnel on the
operational requirements of Category II Precision Approach maintenance procedures as mandated by
the Regulatory Authorities.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
understand the principles of CAT II Precision Approach
be able to identify aircraft systems/components that affects CAT II operation
learn the procedure on how to release aircraft in case of system degradation/failure
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers
Inspectors

DURATION:

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS:
Introduction/Definition of Terms/ Requirements/Regulations

1.0 Hr

CAT II Precision Approach Maintenance Program:


Aircraft Effectivity/B737-300/-400 List of Equipment
for CAT II Operations/Maintenance Tests &
Requirements/ Category II Release Process

1.5 Hr

Scheduled Maintenance/Test Equipment/Category I/II


Status upon Release from RP-ATO Repair Station/
Category II Certification for Aircraft New to the Operator

1.5 Hr

CAT II Reliability Control & Reporting Program /


Parts Borrowing/Maintenance Training Requirements/
Responsibilities
1.0 Hr
Accomplishment of Land Mode Status Card/Monitoring
of Aircrafts Autoland Capability

1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
For Avionics: B737-300/-400 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course
For A&P: B737-300/-400 Blackbox Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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LEVEL :

B737-300/-400 CAT II PRECISION APPROACH MAINTENANCE RECURRENT


COURSE (734ALRLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course covers a review of the requirements specific to Philippine Airlines operations for Category
II Precision Approach as mandated by the Regulatory Authorities. This recurrent course must be
taken every two (2) years in compliance with PALs approved maintenance program.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
a. review and update their knowledge to meet the requirement of the rating, and
b. perform the maintenance checks related to the avionics equipment installed on PR B737300/-400 aircraft that are affected by Category II Precision Approach in accordance with
mandatory requirements to ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers
Inspectors

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS:
Review of CAT II Precision Approach Requirements and
Regulations/
Aircraft Effectivity/B737-300/-400 List of
Equipment for CAT II Operations

1.0 Hr

Review and discussion of revisions of CAT II Precision


Approach Maintenance Program

1.0 Hr

Review and discussion of CAT II Release Process/


Autoland Test/Derating or updating of CAT II Aircraft
Operational Status/Accomplishment of Land Mode
Status Card/Monitoring of Aircrafts Autoland Capability

1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

: B737-300/-400 CAT II Precision Approach Maint.


Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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TITLE :

PAL B737 AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION DIFFERENCES/GROUND HANDLING


COURSE (734PRGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers an overview of PAL B737-300/400 aircraft systems configuration
differences/ground handling. It is designed to enable participants with B737-300/400 and CFM56-3
engine maintenance training to perform ground handling and servicing of PAL B737-300/400 aircraft
in accordance with the PAL Aircraft Maintenance Manual, established procedures and safety
precautions to release the aircraft for flight.
DESIGNED FOR

Foreign Outstation Ground handling companies

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
A&P systems and related servicing
ATA 36/21/30/49
ATA 24/33/26/28
ATA 29/32/27
ATA 52/25/35/38
ATA 70 (CFM56-3)

12.0 Hrs

Avionics systems & related servicing


ATA 31/22/23/34

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

B737-300/400 ATA Specification 104 level III training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

28

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TITLE :

A340/330 GENERAL FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (343GFCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course is designed to provide the participants with a general aircraft systems overview.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to :
a.
b.

identify the main aircraft systems and describe the operation and function of each
system
learn and understand the dangers associated with the operation of the aircraft
systems.

DESIGNED FOR

Management Personnel
Supervisory Personnel
Technical & Non-technical Personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Introduction/Aircraft General/ EIS/OBM/


Avionics Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 2

Structures/Doors/Windows/Equipment & Furnishing


Oxygen/Water & Waste
3.5 Hrs
Electrical Power
2.0 Hr
Lights
0.5 Hr

Module 3

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection

1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Module 4

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Module 5

Fuels
APU
Powerplant

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

A340/330 A&P EQUIPMENT FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (343APELTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with training on the aircraft systems operation, controls,
indications and monitoring, and component locations to be able to perform normal maintenance and
servicing in accordance with proper procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

A&P Line and Base maintenance personnel


Technical support personnel

DURATION

120.0 Hrs (20 Days)

SYLLABUS:
Module 1
Introduction/Documentation/Aircraft General/EIS/OBMS
Structures/ Doors/ Windows/Equipment & Furnishing/
Oxygen/Water & Waste
Electrical Power
Lights
Quiz 1

12.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 2
Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection
APU
Quiz 2

3.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 3
Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 3

4.0 Hrs
10.0 Hrs
15.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 4
Fuels
Powerplant
Quiz 4

9.0 Hrs
20.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Aircraft Visit

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340/330 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL (343AP1LTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers detailed discussion of the aircraft airframe & powerplant systems. Aircraft visits
are included to enhance overall comprehension. At the end of the course, the participant will be able
to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A340/330 A&P systems and locate components on
the aircraft
use operational documentation (AMM/TSM/IPC) correctly
carry out routine maintenance, servicing, tests, systems functional checks,
troubleshooting, and component removal/installation in accordance with the
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions
use the MEL and comply with maintenance actions necessary for aircraft
Airworthiness certification required for technical release

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base A&P Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Mechanical accessories shop Technician (modular)

DURATION

240.0 Hrs (40 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

Introduction/Documentation/Aircraft General/
EIS/OBMS
Quiz 1
Structures/ Doors/ Windows/Equipment & Furnishing/
Oxygen/Water & Waste
Electrical Power
Lights
Quiz 2
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection
Fuels
Quiz 3

Aircraft Visit 1
Module 4
Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
APU
Quiz 4
Module 5
Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 5
Module 6
Powerplant : CFM56-5C
Powerplant : CF6-80E1
Quiz 6
Aircraft Visit 2
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
23.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
9.0 Hrs
15.0 Hrs
23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
24.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340/330 A&P/ELECTRICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL (343PEGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers detailed discussion of the aircraft airframe & powerplant systems. Sufficient
Electrical system information and aircraft visits are included to enhance overall comprehension. At the
end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A340/330 A&P systems and locate components on
the aircraft
use operational documentation (AMM/TSM/IPC) correctly
carry out routine maintenance, servicing, tests, systems functional checks,
troubleshooting, and component removal/installation in accordance with the
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions
use the MEL and comply with maintenance actions necessary for aircraft
Airworthiness certification required for technical release

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base A&P Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Mechanical accessories shop Technician (modular)

DURATION

270.0 Hrs (45 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Module 1
Module 2

Module 3

Introduction/Documentation/Aircraft General/ EIS/OBMS


Quiz 1
Structures/ Doors/ Windows/Equipment & Furnishing/
Oxygen/Water & Waste
Electrical Power
Lights
Quiz 2
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection
Fuels
Quiz 3

Aircraft Visit 1
Module 4
Pneumatics
Air Conditioning & Pressurization
APU
Quiz 4
Module 5
Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 5
Module 6
Powerplant : CFM56-5C
Powerplant : CF6-80E1
Quiz 6
Aircraft Visit 2
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

29.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
24.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
1.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
12.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
29.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
24.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course / Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

Revision: 01
Date: 01/27/2005

Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines


Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL (340AP1LTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers detailed discussion of the aircraft airframe & powerplant systems. Aircraft visits
are included to enhance overall comprehension. At the end of the course, the participant will be able
to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A340 A&P systems and locate components on the
aircraft
use operational documentation (AMM/TSM/IPC) correctly
carry out maintenance, servicing, tests, functional checks, troubleshooting, and
component removal/installation in accordance with maintenance manual
procedures and safety precautions
use the MEL and comply with maintenance actions necessary for aircraft
Airworthiness certification required for technical release

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base A&P Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Mechanical accessories shop Technician (modular)

DURATION

210.0 Hrs (35 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Module 1

Introduction/Documentation/Aircraft General/ EIS/OBMS


Quiz 1

23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 2

Structures/ Doors/ Windows/Equipment & Furnishing/


Oxygen/Water & Waste
Electrical Power
Lights
Quiz 2

17.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Module 3

Ice & Rain Protection


Fire Protection
Fuels
Quiz 3

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
9.0 Hrs
15.0 Hrs
23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Aircraft Visit 1
Module 4
Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
APU
Quiz 4
Module 5
Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 5
Module 6

Powerplant : CFM56-5C
Quiz 6

23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Aircraft Visit 2
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course / Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A330 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL (330AP1LTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers detailed discussion of the aircraft airframe & powerplant systems. Aircraft visits
are included to enhance overall comprehension. At the end of the course, the participant will be able
to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A330 A&P systems and locate components on the
aircraft
use operational documentation (AMM/TSM/IPC) correctly
carry out maintenance, servicing, tests, functional checks, troubleshooting, and
component removal/installation in accordance with maintenance manual
procedures and safety precautions
use the MEL and comply with maintenance actions necessary for aircraft
Airworthiness certification required for technical release

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base A&P Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Mechanical accessories shop Technician (modular)

DURATION

210.0 Hrs (35 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Module 1
Module 2

Module 3

Introduction/Documentation/Aircraft General/ EIS/OBMS


Quiz 1
Structures/ Doors/ Windows/Equipment & Furnishing/
Oxygen/Water & Waste
Electrical Power
Lights
Quiz 2
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection
Fuels
Quiz 3

Aircraft Visit 1
Module 4

Module 5

Module 6

23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
17.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
APU
Quiz 4
Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 5
Powerplant : CF6-80E1
Quiz 6

6.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
9.0 Hrs
15.0 Hrs
23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Aircraft Visit 2
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course / Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340/330 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT COURSE (343APMLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of the A340/330 A&P systems, service experience, reliability engineering
problems, troubleshooting procedures and modifications. Technical Representatives from
manufacturers and vendors, and Reliability Engineers will be invited to facilitate as the need arises.
The course is designed to update the knowledge and skills of the rated A340/330 A&P Ground
Engineer.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

update his knowledge and skills on the A340/A330 A&P systems to meet the
requirement of the rating.
identify & explain modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the
A340/A330 aircraft & engine systems.
analyze system operational problems, review troubleshooting procedures and
maintenance actions, safety procedures and service experiences.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated A340 & A330 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Module 1
Aircraft Gen/Cabin Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 2
Electrics Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 3
Air Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 4
Hydraulic Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 5
Powerplant Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A340/330 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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Date: 01/27/2005

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT COURSE (340APMLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of the A340 A&P systems, service experience, reliability engineering
problems, troubleshooting procedures and modifications. Technical Representatives from
manufacturers and vendors, and Reliability Engineers will be invited to facilitate as the need arises.
The course is designed to update the knowledge and skills of the rated A340 A&P Ground Engineer.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

update his knowledge and skills on the A340 A&P systems to meet the requirement
of the rating.
identify & explain modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the A340
aircraft & engine systems.
analyze system operational problems, review troubleshooting procedures and
maintenance actions, safety procedures and service experiences.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated A340 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Module 1
Aircraft Gen/Cabin Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 2
Electrics Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 3
Air Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 4
Hydraulic Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 5
Powerplant Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A340 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

Revision: 01
Date: 01/27/2005

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A330 A&P GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT COURSE (330APMLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of the A330 A&P systems, service experience, reliability engineering
problems, troubleshooting procedures and modifications. Technical Representatives from
manufacturers and vendors, and Reliability Engineers will be invited to facilitate as the need arises.
The course is designed to update the knowledge and skills of the rated A330 A&P Ground Engineer.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

update his knowledge and skills on the A330 A&P systems to meet the requirement
of the rating.
identify & explain modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the
A330aircraft & engine systems.
analyze system operational problems, review troubleshooting procedures and
maintenance actions, safety procedures and service experiences.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated A330 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Module 1
Aircraft Gen/Cabin Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 2
Electrics Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 3
Air Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 4
Hydraulic Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

Module 5
Powerplant Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A330 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

Revision: 01
Date: 01/27/2005

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340/330 AVIONICS EQUIPT FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (343AVELTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course provides the participants with training on the aircraft avionics systems operation, controls,
indications and monitoring, and component locations to be able to perform normal maintenance and
servicing in accordance with proper procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Avionics Line and Base maintenance personnel


Technical support personnel

DURATION

90.0 Hrs (15 Days)

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1
Intro - Aircraft Gen/EIS/OBMS/DFDR/Clock/Quiz 1

24.0 Hrs

MODULE 2
Communication Systems/Quiz 2
Part 1 - Aircraft Visit

18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

MODULE 3
Navigation Systems/Quiz 3

18.0 Hrs

MODULE 4
Auto Flight Systems/Quiz 4
Part 2 - Aircraft Visit

18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 2 training standard.

10

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Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE

LEVEL :

A340/A330 AVIONICS/ ELECTRICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE


(343AEILTTP)
3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed information on the Aircraft Avionics and Electrical
Systems. At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of Avionics systems and locate components on the aircraft.
use operational documentation properly (i.e. AMM/ FIM/ DM etc.)
perform servicing, routine, maintenance, troubleshooting and component removal/
installation in accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety
precautions.
Perform maintenance actions in accordance with the MEL requirements fro aircraft
airworthiness certification required for technical release.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/ Engineers/ Specialist
Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/ Electronics/ Avionics shop Technicians (modular basis)

DURATION

300.0 Hrs (50 Days)

SYLLABUS :

MODULE 1

Welcome Briefing/ VACBI Fam./ A/C Gen./


EIS/ ACMS/ DFDRS/ Documentation /Quiz 1
OBMS
Quiz 2

18.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Structures / Doors/ Oxygen/ Water & Waste/


Equipment/ Furnishing
Quiz 3

23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

MODULE 3

Electrical Power
Lights
Fire Protection
Quiz 4
Part 1 - Aircraft Visit

12.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

MODULE 4

Pneumatics
Aircon/ Press
Ice & Rain Protection/
APU
Quiz 5

12.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

MODULE 5

Hydraulics
Flight Controls
Landing Gear
Quiz 6

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

MODULE 2

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Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE

A340/A330 AVIONICS/ ELECTRICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE


(343AEILTTP)

Cont.
MODULE 6

Fuels
CFM 56 5C4 Powerplant
CF6 80EI
Quiz 7
Part 2 - Aircraft Visit

18.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

MODULE 7

Communication
Navigation
Auto Flight System
Quiz 8
Part 3 - Aircraft Visit

24.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

12

Revision: 01
Date: 01/27/2005

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340/A330 AVIONICS GROUND ENGRS INITIAL COURSE (343AV1LTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed description of the A340/A330 Avionics systems. At
the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A340/A330 Avionics Systems and locate components
on the aircraft.
use operational documentation properly (i.e. AMM/TSM/WDM/IPC etc.)
perform servicing, routine maintenance tasks, troubleshooting and component
removal/ installation in accordance with aircraft maintenance manual procedures
and safety precautions.
perform maintenance actions to comply with the MEL requirements for aircraft
Airworthiness certification required for technical release.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/Electronics shop Technicians (modular)

DURATION

180.0 Hrs (30 Days)

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1

Welcome Briefing/VACBI Fam/ Acft General


EIS/ACMS/DFDRS/Documentation
OBMS/ Quiz 1
Part 1 Aircraft Visit

24.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

MODULE 2

Communication/Quiz 2

30.0 Hrs

MODULE 3

Navigation/Quiz 3
Part 2 Aircraft Visit

30.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

MODULE 4

Electrical Power
Hydraulics/ Flt Controls/ Quiz 4

12.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs

MODULE 5

Automatic Flight System/Quiz 5


Part 3 - Aircraft Visit

30.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

13

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE (340AV2LTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed description of the A340 Avionics systems.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A340 Avionics systems and locate components on the
aircraft.
use operational documentation correctly
perform maintenance, servicing, troubleshooting and component removal/
installation in accordance with aircraft maintenance manual procedures and safety
precautions.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with the MEL requirements for aircraft
Airworthiness on avionics systems repair certification.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/Electronics shop Technicians (modular)

DURATION

150.0 Hrs (25 Days )

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1

Welcome Briefing/VACBI Fam/ Acft General


EIS/ACMS/DFDRS/Documentation
OBMS/ Quiz 1

21.0 Hrs
15.0 Hrs

MODULE 2

Communication/Quiz 2
Part 1 Aircraft Visit

24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

MODULE 3

Navigation/Quiz 3

24.0 Hrs

MODULE 4

Electrical Power
Hydraulics/ Flt Controls/ Quiz 4

9.0 Hrs
21.0 Hrs

MODULE 5

Automatic Flight System/Quiz 5


Part 2 - Aircraft Visit

24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

14

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Course Catalogue

Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A330 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE (330AV2LTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed description of the A330 Avionics systems.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the A330 Avionics systems and locate components on the
aircraft.
use operational documentation correctly
perform maintenance, servicing, troubleshooting and component removal/
installation in accordance with aircraft maintenance manual procedures and safety
precautions.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with the MEL requirements for aircraft
Airworthiness on avionics systems repair certification.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/Electronics shop Technicians (modular)

DURATION

150.0 Hrs (25 Days )

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1

Welcome Briefing/VACBI Fam/ Acft General


EIS/ACMS/DFDRS/Documentation
OBMS/ Quiz 1

21.0 Hrs
15.0 Hrs

MODULE 2

Communication/Quiz 2
Part 1 Aircraft Visit

24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

MODULE 3

Navigation/Quiz 3

24.0 Hrs

MODULE 4

Electrical Power
Hydraulics/ Flt Controls/ Quiz 4

9.0 Hrs
21.0 Hrs

MODULE 5

Automatic Flight System/Quiz 5


Part 2 - Aircraft Visit

24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

15

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Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE

LEVEL :

A340/A330 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT COURSE


(343AVMLTTP)
3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a comprehensive review of the A340/A330 Avionics systems to reinforce
knowledge gained from the initial course. It includes the latest developments and current operating
problems on the Avionics systems. At the end of the course, the participant will be updated on the
latest:
a.
b.
c.

developments on the aircraft avionics systems


modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the aircraft avionics
systems
operational problems and review troubleshooting procedures and maintenance
actions in view of the latest developments.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Electrical/Electronic Shop Technicians
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 days)

SYLLABUS :

ATA 31 / 45 / AMM / IPC


ATA 23 / 34 / 22

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

A340/A330 Avionics Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

16

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Part 1 Aircraft Type Training Courses

PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340/330 ELECTRICAL COURSE (343EL2LTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers detailed discussion of the aircraft electrical system. Sufficient airframe and
powerplant systems information and aircraft visits are included to enhance overall comprehension. At
the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.

describe the operation of the A340 & A330 Electrical systems and locate
components on the aircraft
b.
use operational documentation (AMM/TSM/IPC) correctly
c.
carry out routine maintenance, servicing, tests, systems functional checks,
troubleshooting, and component removal/installation in accordance with the
maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions
d.
use the MEL and comply with maintenance actions necessary for aircraft
Airworthiness
DESIGNED FOR
:
Line and Base maintenance mechanics
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/ Electronics shop Technicians (Modular)
DURATION

240.0 Hrs (40 Days )

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1

MODULE 2

MODULE 3

MODULE 4

MODULE 5

MODULE 6

Welcome Briefing/ VACBI Fam./ A/C Gen./


EIS/ ACMS/ DFDRS/ Documentation /Quiz 1
OBMS
Quiz 2
Structures / Doors/ Oxygen/ Water & Waste/
Equipment/ Furnishing
Quiz 3
Electrical Power
Lights
Fire Protection
Quiz 4
Part 1 - Aircraft Visit
Pneumatics
Aircon/ Press
Ice & Rain Protection/
APU
Quiz 5
Hydraulics
Flight Controls
Landing Gear
Quiz 6
Fuels
CFM 56 5C4 Powerplant
CF6 80EI
Quiz 7
Part 2 - Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

24.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
18.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
9.0 Hrs
23.0 Hrs
15.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
12.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course / Digital Techniques Course

MAXIMUM NO. OF PARTICIPANTS


:
20
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

A340/A330 A&P TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (343APOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 training level 3 standard. It is designed for aircraft
A&P Mechanics/Engineers for them to be able to have an actual hands-on performance of the various
operational tests and procedures on aircraft airframe and powerplant systems related to line
maintenance release and dispatch.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to locate LRU's, perform system/operational
tests, and do maintenance airworthiness release following applicable MEL dispatch procedures and in
accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

A340/A330 A&P Line Engineers and Mechanics

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
ATA 01- Introduction & Safety Precautions
ATA 06-10 Areas/Jack Points/Towing/Parking
ATA 12/20 Servicing/Standard Practices
Tasks : Component Locations + Controls/Indications + Functional/
Operational Tests + MEL & ADPM Procedures
ATA 21 Aircon/Pressurization
ATA 24 Electrical Power
ATA 25 Equipt & Furnishing
ATA 26 Fire Protection
ATA 27 Flight Controls
ATA 28 Fuels
ATA 29 Hydraulics
ATA 30 Ice & Rain Prot
ATA 31 EIS
ATA 32 Landing Gears
ATA 33 Lights
ATA 35 Oxygen
ATA 36 Pneumatics
ATA 38 Water & Waste
ATA 45 OBMS
ATA 49 APU
ATA 50-57 Structures
ATA 71-80 Powerplant

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
4.5 Hrs

4.5 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
5.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
3.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
6.0 Hrs

A340/330 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A340/A330 AVIONICS TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (343AVOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed for Avionics Line & Base Mechanics/Engineers for them to be able to have an
actual hands-on performance of the various operational tests and procedures on aircraft avionics
systems.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform functional system tests, maintenance
procedures and MEL dispatch procedures in accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual
and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
System Component Locations
System Ground Tests
Deactivation/Reactivation Procedures
MMEL/MEL Procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
4.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

A340/330 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A340 AVIONICS TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (340AVOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed for Avionics Line & Base Maintenance Mechanics to have an actual hands-on
performance of the various operational tests and procedures on related aircraft avionics systems.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform system functional tests, maintenance
procedures and MEL dispatch procedures in accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual
procedures and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Maint Avionics Mechanics

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
System Component Locations
System Ground Tests
Deactivation/Reactivation Procedures
MEL Procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
4.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

A340/A330 Avionics Ground Engineers Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A330 AVIONICS TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (330AVOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed for Avionics Line & Base Maintenance Mechanics to have an actual hands-on
performance of the various operational tests and procedures on related aircraft avionics systems.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform system functional tests, maintenance
procedures and MEL dispatch procedures in accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual
procedures and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Maint Avionics Mechanics

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
System Component Locations
System Ground Tests
Deactivation/Reactivation Procedures
MEL Procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
4.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

A340/A330 Avionics Ground Engineers Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A340/330 BLACKBOX COURSE (343BBILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course is designed for A&P Line Engineers/ Mechanics for them to be able to learn and
understand the operation of aircraft avionics systems.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to know the purpose and understand the
operation of the avionics systems that are related to line maintenance and dispatch to ensure the
safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR

A&P Line Engineers & Mechanics

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
INSTRUMENTS
Electronic Instrument System(EIS)
EFIS/ECAM
Central Warning System
Aircraft Condition Monitoring
Digital Flt Data Recorder (DFDR)
Electrical Clock
ON-BOARD MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
Interphone/PA/CIDS/HF/VHF/
ACARS/SELCAL/CVR/SATCOM/Quiz 1
NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
ADIRS/ILS/ADF/VOR/MB/DME/
RA/GPWS/ATC/TCAS/Wx Radar/
GPS/Stdby Systems
AUTOFLIGHT SYSTEMS
Flight Management/Autopilot/
Flight Director/Autothrust/
Flight Envelope/Quiz 2
Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
11.5 Hrs

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

12.0 Hrs

12.0 Hrs

6.0 Hrs

A340/330 A&P Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A340/A330 BLACKBOX TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (343BBOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course is designed for A&P Line Engineers/ Mechanics for them to be able to have an actual
hands-on performance of the various operational tests and procedures on aircraft avionics systems.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform functional system tests, maintenance
procedures and MEL dispatch procedures in accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual
and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

A&P Line Engineers & Mechanics

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
System Component Locations
System Ground Tests (ATA Chaps 22, 23, 31, 34 , 45)
Deactivation/Reactivation Procedures
MMEL/MEL Procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
4.5 Hrs
5.0 Hrs

A340/330 Blackbox Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

A340/A330 S1 & S2 CHECKS (343SSCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is an introduction to aircraft line maintenance checks and servicing. At the end of the
course, the participants will have the knowledge to be able to perform line maintenance checks &
servicing on the aircraft in accordance with the manufacturer's AMM procedures and safety practices.
DESIGNED FOR

Line Maintenance Mechanics

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Service Checks & safety precautions
Introduction
Procedures: Checks & Servicing

12.0 Hrs

Service Checks & safety precautions (Practical/OJT)


Powerplant Walk-around Check & Servicing
Aircraft Exterior
Landing Gears
Flight Deck
Cabin/Cargo Compartment Final Work

1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

Examination

0.5 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A340/A330 Equipment Familiarization Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

24

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TITLE :

A340 S1 & S2 CHECKS (340SSCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is an introduction to aircraft line maintenance checks and servicing.
At the end of the course, the participants will have the knowledge to be able to perform line
maintenance checks & servicing on the aircraft in accordance with the manufacturer's AMM
procedures and safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Line Maintenance Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Service Checks & safety precautions
Introduction
Procedures: Checks & Servicing

6.0 Hrs

Service Checks & safety precautions (Practical/OJT)


Powerplant Walk-around Check & Servicing
Aircraft Exterior
Landing Gears
Flight Deck
Cabin/Cargo Compartment Final Work

1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

Examination

0.5 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A340 Equipment Familiarization Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

25

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TITLE :

A330 S1 & S2 CHECKS (330SSCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is an introduction to aircraft line maintenance checks and servicing.
At the end of the course, the participants will have the knowledge to be able to perform line
maintenance checks & servicing on the aircraft in accordance with the manufacturer's AMM
procedures and safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Line Maintenance Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Service Checks & safety precautions
Introduction
Procedures: Checks & Servicing

6.0 Hrs

Service Checks & safety precautions (Practical/OJT)


Powerplant Walk-around Check & Servicing
Aircraft Exterior
Landing Gears
Flight Deck
Cabin/Cargo Compartment Final Work

1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

Examination

0.5 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A330 Equipment Familiarization Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

26

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TITLE :

A340/330 GROUND HANDLING (WITHOUT MAINT RELEASE) (343GHCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course provides training on the maintenance ground handling and routine servicing requirements
of the A340/330 aircraft as well as an overview of the aircraft systems purpose, controls, indicating,
and component location.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform routine servicing and ground handling
of the aircraft in accordance with applicable maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.

DESIGNED FOR

Foreign Ground Handlers

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft Presentation
Electronic Instrument System
Communication
Navigation
Autopilot
Documentation
Electrical Power / Lights
Doors / Oxygen
Water & Waste / Equipt & Furnishings
APU / Powerplant
Fuels System, Fuel Servicing
Hydraulics / Landing Gears
Pneumatics / Aircon-Pressurization
Ice & Rain / Fire Protection
S1/S2 Check List
Note:

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

Cold weather maintenance practices for each subject will be discussed during each
system presentation. Each Instructor assigned to each subject or group of subjects
will discuss topics corresponding to the system being handled.

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Through-flight maintenance experience on jet engine


aircraft

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

27

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TITLE :

A340 CFM56-5C ENGINE LINE MAINT GROUND HANDLING (565CLMLTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a detailed discussion of the Airbus A340 powerplant systems. It is designed to
enable ground handlers to perform engine line maintenance ground handling operations in
accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Ground handlers

DURATION

24.0 Hrs (4 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Construction/Hardware
Oil System
Fuel System
Engine Controls
Engine Indicating
Ignition
Starting
Thrust Reverser
Engine Functional Checks
Minor Rigging and Adjustment Procedures
Troubleshooting/CMS Procedure

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

A340 Aircraft Maintenance Course (ATA Level II or III)

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

28

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TITLE :

A330 CF6-80E1 ENGINE LINE MAINT GROUND HANDLING (80E1LMLTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a detailed discussion of the Airbus A330 powerplant systems. It is designed to
enable ground handlers to perform engine line maintenance ground handling operations in
accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Ground handlers

DURATION

24.0 Hrs (4 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Construction/Hardware
Oil System
Fuel System
Engine Controls
Engine Indicating
Ignition
Starting
Thrust Reverser
Engine Functional Checks
Minor Rigging and Adjustment Procedures
Troubleshooting/CMS Procedure

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

A330 Aircraft Maintenance Course (ATA Level II or III)

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

29

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TITLE :

A330 ETOPS INITIAL COURSE (330ETOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to familiarize the participants with rules and procedures required to operate the
Airbus A330 Extended Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS). At the end of the course, the participants
will be able to:
a.
b.
c.
d.

maintain the desired level of safety and reliability for the operation of twinjets on
routes previously restricted to three or four- engine aircraft
carry-out system maintenance tasks in accordance with the Configuration,
Maintenance and Procedures Manual (CMP)
provide efficiency in the use of airline facility and resources.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with the MEL/DDG with special
Extended Range (ER) operation requirements for an ETOPS release.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base maintenance mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
History
Regulations
ETOPS Maintenance Requirements

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

A330 Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 2 training standard.

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TITLE :

A330 ETOPS RECURRENT COURSE (330ETRLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The recurrent course is a review of the approved rules and procedures required to operate the Airbus
A330 Extended Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS).
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to carry out the current rules and procedures
based on the prevailing and approved Diversion Time, and carry-out system maintenance tasks in
accordance with the Latest Configuration, Maintenance and Procedures Manual (CMP).
DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base maintenance mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
History
Regulations
ETOPS Maintenance Requirements

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs

A330 ETOPS Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

31

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TITLE :

A340/330 A&P DIFFERENCES COURSE (343APDLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers information on the A340-300 to A330-300 Airframe & Powerplant Systems
differences. This will enable A340 trained mechanics to perform line and base maintenance tasks on
the A330 aircraft in accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Line Maintenance personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft Presentation
Electronic Instrument System/OBMS
Electrical Power / Lights
Water & Waste
Pneumatics / Aircon-Pressurization
Fuels System, Fuel Servicing
Hydraulics / Landing Gears
Fire Protection
Powerplant (CFM56-5C4 to CF6-80E1A2)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
18.0 Hrs

A340 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

32

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TITLE :

A330/340 A&P DIFFERENCES COURSE (334APDLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers information on the A330-300 to A340-300 Airframe & Powerplant Systems
differences. This will enable A330 trained mechanics to perform line and base maintenance tasks on
the A340 aircraft in accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.

DESIGNED FOR

Line Maintenance personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :

Aircraft Presentation
Electronic Instrument System/OBMS
Electrical Power / Lights
Hydraulics / Landing Gears
Water & Waste
Pneumatics / Aircon-Pressurization
Fuels System, Fuel Servicing
Fire Protection
Powerplant (CF6-80E1A2 to CFM56-5C4)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
3.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr
18.0 Hrs

A330 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

33

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TITLE :

A340/330 AVIONICS SYSTEMS DIFFERENCES (343AVDLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course emphasizes differences between avionics systems of PAL-operated A340 and A330
aircraft. At the end of the course, the participants will able to:
a.
b.
c.

learn and understand the differences in the avionics systems installed in PAL
operated A340 and A330 aircraft versions
perform maintenance appropriate to the aircraft avionics systems configuration in
accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
determine avionics system components interchangeability

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/Electronic Shop Technicians (Modular)

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft General
EIS/ Recording / On-board Maint System (OBMS)
Communication
Navigation
Electrical Power / Hydraulics
Automatic Flight Systems
Inflight Entertainment System (MAS 2000E)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

A340/330 Avionics Ground Engineer Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

34

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TITLE :

A320 to A340/A330 A&P GROUND ENGINEER CONVERSION COURSE


(342APCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The objective of the course is to upgrade A&P Ground Engineers initially rated on the A320 to the
A330/A340 aircraft types. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform
maintenance tasks in accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Personnel with A320 A&P Ground Engrs rating:


Line and Base maintenance mechanics
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Foreign ground handlers

DURATION

180.0 Hrs (30 Days)

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1

MODULE 2

Aircraft Visit
MODULE 3

MODULE 4

Aircraft Visit
MODULE 5

Intro/Structures/Doors/Oxygen/
Equipment & Furnishing/ Water & Waste
Electrical Power/Lights
EIS/OBMS
Quiz 1
Pneum/Aircon/Press
Ice &Rain Protection
APU Diff (APS 3200/GTCP-331-350C)/
Quiz 2
Fuel System
Fire Protection
Quiz 3
Hydraulics/Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 4
Powerplant Diff.(CFM56-5B/CFM56-5C4
Powerplant (CF6-80E1A2)
Quiz 5

Aircraft Visit
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
18.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
18.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

A320 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

A320 to A340/A330 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEER CONVERSION COURSE


(342AVCLTTP)
3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The objective of the course is to upgrade Avionics Ground Engineers initially rated on the A320 to the
A330/A340 aircraft types. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform
maintenance tasks in accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Personnel with A320 Avionics Ground Engrs rating:


Line and Base maintenance Avionics mechanics
Inspectors
Technical Training Instructors
Engineers
Specialists
Foreign Avionics Ground Handlers

DURATION

138.0 Hrs (23 Days)

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1

Intro/Aircraft General/EIS/OBMS
DFDR/Clock/Quiz 1

30.0 Hrs

Communication/Lights
Quiz 2

30.0 Hrs

MODULE 3

Navigation/Quiz 3
Aircraft Visit

18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

MODULE 4

Electrical Power
Hydraulics/Flight Controls/Quiz 4

12.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs

MODULE 5

Automatic Flight System/Quiz 5


Aircraft Visit

18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

MODULE 2

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A320 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

36

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TITLE :

A340/A330 ESCAPE SLIDE SYSTEM FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (343ESCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to familiarize participants with the Airbus A340 and/or A330 aircraft escape slide
systems operation, maintenance practices and safety features. At the end of the course, participants
will be able to:
a.
b.
c.
d.

understand the Airbus A340 and/or A330 aircraft escape slide systems
describe the operation and function of these systems
identify, locate, and gain access to the escape slide systems
perform the necessary maintenance checks on the escape slide systems

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Mechanics


Inspectors

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Systems Description & Operation
Maintenance Practices
Aircraft Visit
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

37

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TITLE :

A340/330 CARGO LOADING COURSE (For Ramp Personnel) (343CLCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to instruct the participants on the proper operating procedures of the aircraft cargo
doors and cargo loading systems. It is designed to enable cargo loaders to perform cargo loading
operations in accordance with proper procedures and safety precautions. It also includes an actual
aircraft visit for practical hands on training.

DESIGNED FOR

Cargo Loaders

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Part 1:

3.0 Hrs
Registration
Introduction
Safety and Operating Precautions
Cargo Doors Operation

Part 2:

3.0 Hrs
Identification of cargo loading components
Cargo pallet loading/unloading
Aircraft Visit
Quiz

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

38

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TITLE :

A340/330 FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (For AIM personnel) (343ACFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to familiarize the participants in the general features of the aircraft with emphasis on
systems related to aircraft interior maintenance. It is designed to enable participants to perform their
functions in accordance with proper procedures and safety precautions. An aircraft visit is included to
further enhance learning.
DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft cabin and interior maintenance personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Registration
Intro-Gen Description
Stations/Zones/Sections/
Cockpit/Cabin Layout

3.0 Hrs

Access Doors/Exits Opn & Safety Procedures


Cockpit/Cabin Emer Equipt & Furnishing
Slides

9.0 Hrs

Electrical Power Application - Opn & Safety Proc


Crew/Pax Oxygen/Water/Waste/Interphone
Galleys/Lav/PSU/PES/Aircraft visit/Quiz

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

39

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TITLE :

A340/A330 FUEL SERVICING INITIAL COURSE (343FSCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussion of the aircraft fuel system operation and component locations designed
to enable fuel servicing personnel to perform fueling operations in accordance with maintenance
manual & safety procedures.

DESIGNED FOR

Fuel servicing personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Fuel System Operation
Safety Precautions
Fueling Procedure
Aircraft Visit
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.5 Hrs
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
:

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

40

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TITLE:

A340/A330 FUEL SERVICING RECURRENT COURSE (343FSRLTTP)

LEVEL:

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course provides a review on the A340/A330 fuel servicing procedure to reinforce knowledge
gained from the initial course. At the end of the course, the participant will be updated on:
a.

The safety precautions related to aircraft fuel servicing

b. Aircraft fuel servicing in accordance with aircraft maintenance manual procedure and
safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR:

Fuel Servicing Personnel

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs (0.5 day)

SYLLABUS:
Storage/Ventilation
Fuel Supply/Controls and Indication
Fuel Quantity Indication System
Description
Tank Probes
Magnetic Level Indication
Pressure Fueling System
Fueling Components
Refueling/Defueling
Control Panel
Fuel System Maintenance Information
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE:

3.0 Hrs

A340/A330 Fuel Servicing Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

A340/A330 ENGINE DRY MOTORING COURSE (343DMCLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom instruction to provide the participants with a working knowledge on
the A340/A330 engine dry motoring test procedure. At the end of the course, the participant will be
able to:
a. State the safety precautions to be observed during engine dry motoring operation
b. Describe engine dry motoring procedure in accordance with the maintenance manual
procedures and safety precautions.
c. Know and identify normal engine motoring parameters and abnormal conditions.
DESIGNED FOR

Rated A340/A330 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 day)

SYLLABUS :
Review & update of Powerplant & related system

1.5 Hr

1. Engine Controls & Indications


2. APU/Pneumatics Systems
3. Electrical/Fuel Systems
Safety & Operating Precautions

1.0 Hr

Operating/Starting Limits

0.5 Hr

Abnormal/Emergency Conditions

1.0 Hr

Dry Motoring Checklist

0.5 Hr

Dry Motoring Test Procedure

1.5 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A340/A330 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

42

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TITLE :

A340/A330 ENGINE RUN UP INITIAL COURSE (343PEILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions to provide the participants with working
knowledge on the A340 CFM56-5C4 and A330 CF6-80E1 engine run-up tests. It is a requirement for
obtaining A340/A330 Engine Run-up Operators Permit. At the end of the course, the participant will
be able to:
a.
state the safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations
b.
perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the
maintenance manual procedures & safety precautions
c.
monitor normal engine operating parameters and recognize abnormal conditions/
occurrences
d.
make engine adjustments or corrective actions
e.
perform ground emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of
competence
DESIGNED FOR

Rated A340/A330 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

67.0 Hrs (Classroom 42.0 Hrs)


(Simulator A340=12 Hrs + A330=8Hrs )
(Briefing 5.0 Hrs )

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
A. Review & update of Powerplant & related systems
1. Engine Controls & Indications
2. Fuel /Fire Prot Systems
3. APU/Pneumatics Systems
4. Electrical/Hydraulics Systems
B. Safety & Operating Precautions
C. Operating Limits
D. Abnormal Conditions
E. Emergency Procedures
F. Run-up Checklist
G. Tests and Adjustments
H. A340 & A330 Mock-up Familiarization
I. Review/Quiz
Simulator Session
A. Briefing & Pre-start Procedures
B. CPT, Engine Run-up test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 3.0H + Run-up Assist seat 3.0H)
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

12.0 Hrs

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
5.0 Hrs
20.0 Hrs

Valid RP-ATO A&P Mechanic License


A340 & A330 A&P Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: Classroom (12)


Practical (4)

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TITLE :

A340/A330 ENGINE RUN UP RECURRENT COURSE (343PERLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions to provide the participants with an update
and to check-out Operators run-up proficiency. This is a mandatory requirement every two(2) years
for renewal of A340/A330 Engine Run-up Operators Permit. At the end of the course, the participant
will be able to review and be updated on the:
a.
Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations
b.
Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual
c.
Normal
engine
operating
parameters
monitoring
and
abnormal
conditions/occurrences recognition
d.
Engine adjustments or corrective actions
e.
Emergency cockpit procedures, and be able to perform these procedures with the
required degree of competence
DESIGNED FOR

Rated A340/A330 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

33.0 Hrs (Classroom : 18.0 Hrs)


(Simulator : 12.0 Hrs)
(Briefing : 3.0 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulic Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Tests and Adjustments
A340 & A330Cockpit Mock-up Trainer
Simulator Session
Briefing / Pre-Start Procedures
CPT, Engine Run-up Test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 3 Hrs + Run-up Assist seat 3 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

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A340/A330 Engine Run-up Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

44

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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TITLE

LEVEL :

A340/A330 ENGINE RUN-UP RECURRENT SIMULATOR COURSE (343ERSLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course consists of simulator sessions to check-out the engine run-up operators proficiency in
engine run-up procedures to validate the performance based on the current and updated procedures.
The course is intended to be preceded by A340/A330 Engine Run-up Recurrent Theoretical Course.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to :
a.
b.
c.

Monitor normal engine operating parameters as well as recognition of abnormal


conditions/occurrences.
Perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual.
Perform emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of competence.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated A340/A330 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

15.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Briefing/Pre-start Procedures
Engine Run Tests & Simulator Check-out

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

A340/A330 Engine Run-up Recurrent


Theoretical Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

45

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TITLE

LEVEL :

A340/A330 ENGINE RUN-UP RECURRENT THEORETICAL COURSE


(343ERTLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course consists of classroom discussion to provide the participants with an update on the current
engine run-up procedures for the A340 (CFM56-5C) and the A330(CF6-80E1).
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to review and be updated on the:
a.
b.

Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations.


Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated A340/A330 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/ Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulic Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Powerplant Tests and Adjustments
Cockpit Panels

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
5.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs

A340/A330 Engine Run-up Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

46

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TITLE :

A340 ENGINE RUN UP INITIAL COURSE (340PEILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions designed provide the participants with
working knowledge on the A340 CFM56-5C4 engine run-up tests. It is a requirement for obtaining
A340 Engine Run-up Operators Permit. At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
state the safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations
b.
perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with maintenance
manual procedures and safety precautions
c.
make engine adjustments or corrective actions
d.
perform ground emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of
competence
DESIGNED FOR

Rated A340/330 Ground Engineers

DURATION

45.0 Hrs (Classroom: 30 Hrs)


(Simulator : 12 Hrs)
(Briefing : 3.0 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
A. Review A340 Powerplant & related systems
1. Engine Controls & Indications
2. Fuel /Fire Protection systems
3. APU/Pneumatic systems
4. Electrical /Hydraulic systems
B. Safety & Operating Precautions
C. Operating Limits
D. Abnormal Conditions
E. Emergency Procedures
F. Run-up Checklist
G. Tests and Adjustments
H. A340 Mock-up Familiarization
I. Review/Quiz
Simulator Session
A. Briefing & Pre-start Procedures
B. CPT, Engine Run-up test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 3.0H + Run-up Assist seat 3.0H)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

9.0 Hrs

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

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A340 A&P Ground Engineers Initial

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

47

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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TITLE :

A340 ENGINE RUN UP RECURRENT COURSE (340PERLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions to provide the participants with an update
and to check-out Operators run-up proficiency. This is a mandatory requirement every two(2) years
for renewal of A340 Engine Run-up Operators Permit. At the end of the course, the participant will be
able to review and be updated on the:
a.
Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations
b.
Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual
c.
Normal engine operating parameters monitoring and abnormal conditions/
occurrences recognition
d.
Engine adjustments or corrective actions
e.
Emergency cockpit procedures, and be able to perform these procedures with the
required degree of competence
DESIGNED FOR

Rated A340 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

22.0 Hrs (Classroom : 12.0 Hrs)


(Simulator : 8.0 Hrs)
(Briefing : 2.0 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulics Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Tests and Adjustments
A340 Cockpit Mock-up Trainer
Simulator Session
Briefing / Pre-Start Procedures
CPT, Engine Run-up Test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 2 Hrs + Run-up Assist seat 2 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.5 Hrs

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs

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A340 Engine Run-up Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

48

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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TITLE :

A330 ENGINE RUN UP INITIAL COURSE (330PEILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions designed provide the participants with
working knowledge on the A330 CF6-80E1 engine run-up tests. It is a requirement for obtaining A330
Engine Run-up Operators Permit.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
state the safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations
b.
perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with maintenance
manual procedures and safety precautions
c.
make engine adjustments or corrective actions
d.
perform ground emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of
competence
DESIGNED FOR

Rated A330 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

45.0 Hrs (Classroom: 30 Hrs)


(Simulator: 12 Hrs)
(Briefing : 3.0 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
A. Review A330 Powerplant & related systems
1. Engine Controls & Indications
2. Fuel /Fire Protection systems
3. APU/Pneumatic systems
4. Electrical/Hydraulic systems
B. Safety & Operating Precautions
C. Operating Limits
D. Abnormal Conditions
E. Emergency Procedures
F. Run-up Checklist
G. Tests and Adjustments
H. A330 Mock-up Familiarization
I. Review/Quiz
Simulator Session
A. Briefing & Pre-start Procedures
B. CPT, Engine Run-up test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 3.0H + Run-up Assist seat 3.0H)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

9.0 Hrs

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

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A330 A&P Ground Engineers Initial

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

49

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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TITLE :

A330 ENGINE RUN UP RECURRENT COURSE (330PERLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions to provide the participants with an update
and to check-out Operators run-up proficiency. This is a mandatory requirement every two(2) years
for renewal of A330 Engine Run-up Operators Permit.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to review and be updated on the:
a.
Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations
b.
Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual
c.
Normal
engine
operating
parameters
monitoring
and
abnormal
conditions/occurrences recognition
d.
Engine adjustments or corrective actions
e.
Emergency cockpit procedures, and be able to perform these procedures with the
required degree of competence
DESIGNED FOR

Rated A330 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

22.0 Hrs (Classroom : 12.0 Hrs)


(Simulator : 8.0 Hrs)
(Briefing : 2.0 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/ Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulic Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Tests and Adjustments
A340 Cockpit Mock-up Trainer
Simulator Session
Briefing / Pre-Start Procedures
CPT, Engine Run-up Test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 2 Hrs + Run-up Assist seat 2 Hrs)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.5 Hrs

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs

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RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

50

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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TITLE

A330/A340 CAT II PRECISION APPROACH MAINTENANCE INITIAL COURSE


(343ALILTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course aims to familiarize Avionics and A&P Line & Base Maintenance personnel on the
operational requirements of Category II Precision Approach maintenance procedures as mandated by
the Regulatory Authorities.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
understand the principles of CAT II Precision Approach
be able to identify aircraft systems/components that affects operation
learn the procedure on how to release aircraft in case of system degradation/failure
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers / Inspectors

DURATION:

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS:
Introduction/Definition of Terms/ Requirements/Regulations

1.0 Hr

CAT II Precision Approach Maintenance Program:


Aircraft Effectivity/A340/A330 List of Equipment for CAT II
Operations/Capacity Downgrading Display/Land Category
Status Monitoring

1.5 Hr

Maintenance, Check, Test & Verification/BITE Philosophy/


Reliability Program/Test Equipment & Standards/
Maintenance Procedures/Engineering Modifications/
Airworthiness Directives

1.5 Hr

Maintenance Training Requirements/List of Qualified


Personnel/CAT II Release Process/MCDU Land Test/
Derating or updating of CAT II Aircraft Operational Status/
CAT II Maintenance Contracted to other Organization/
Maintenance Records

1.0 Hr

Accomplishment of Land Mode Status Card/Monitoring


of Aircrafts Autoland Capability/Responsibilities

1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
For Avionics: A340/A330 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course
For A&P: A340/A330 Blackbox Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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LEVEL

A330/A340 CAT II PRECISION APPROACH MAINTENANCE RECURRENT


COURSE (343ALRLTTP)
:

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course covers a review of the requirements specific to Philippine Airlines operations for Category
II Precision Approach as mandated by the Regulatory Authorities. This recurrent course must be
taken every two (2) years in compliance with PALs approved maintenance program.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
a. review and update their knowledge to meet the requirement of the rating, and
b. perform the maintenance checks related to the avionics equipment installed on PR
A340/A330aircraft that are affected by Category II Precision Approach in accordance with
mandatory requirements to ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers
Inspectors

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS:
Review of CAT II Precision Approach Requirements and
Regulations/ Aircraft Effectivity/A340/A330 List of
Equipment for CAT II Operations

1.0 Hr

Review and discussion of revisions of CAT II Precision


Approach Maintenance Program

1.0 Hr

Review and discussion of CAT II Release Process/


MCDU Land Test/Derating or updating of CAT II Aircraft
Operational Status/Accomplishment of Land Mode
Status Card/Monitoring of Aircrafts Autoland Capability

1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
A340/A330 CAT II Precision Approach Maintenance Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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PART 1-3 A340/A330 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

PAL A330 AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION DIFFERENCES/GROUND HANDLING


COURSE (330PRGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers an overview of PAL A330 aircraft systems configuration differences/ground
handling. It is designed to enable participants with A330 and CF6-80E1 engine maintenance training
to perform ground handling and servicing of PAL A330 aircraft in accordance with the PAL Aircraft
Maintenance Manual, established procedures and safety precautions to release the aircraft for flight.
DESIGNED FOR

Foreign Outstation Ground handling companies

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
A&P systems and related servicing
ATA 36/21/30/49
ATA 24/33/26/28
ATA 29/32/27
ATA 52/25/35/38
ATA 70 (CF6-80E1)

12.0 Hrs

Avionics systems & related servicing


ATA 31/22/23/34

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A330 ATA Specification 104 level III training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

53

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TITLE :

PAL A340 AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION DIFFERENCES/GROUND HANDLING


COURSE (340PRGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers an overview of PAL A340 aircraft systems configuration differences/ground
handling. It is designed to enable participants with A340 and CFM56-5C engine maintenance training
to perform ground handling and servicing of PAL A340 aircraft in accordance with the PAL Aircraft
Maintenance Manual, established procedures and safety precautions to release the aircraft for flight.
DESIGNED FOR

Foreign Outstation Ground handling companies

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
A&P systems and related servicing
ATA 36/21/30/49
ATA 24/33/26/28
ATA 29/32/27
ATA 52/25/35/38
ATA 70 (CFM56-5C)

12.0 Hrs

Avionics systems & related servicing


ATA 31/22/23/34

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A340 ATA Specification 104 level III training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

54

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TITLE :

PAL A340/A330 AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION DIFFERENCES/GROUND


HANDLING COURSE (343PRGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers an overview of PAL A340/A330 aircraft systems configuration differences/ground
handling. It is designed to enable participants with A340/A330 and CFM56-5C/CF6-80E1 engine
maintenance training to perform ground handling and servicing of PAL A340/A330 aircraft in
accordance with the PAL Aircraft Maintenance Manual, established procedures and safety
precautions to release the aircraft for flight.
DESIGNED FOR

Foreign Outstation Ground handling companies

DURATION

24.0 Hrs (4 Days)

SYLLABUS :
A&P systems and related servicing
ATA 36/21/30/49
ATA 24/33/26/28
ATA 29/32/27
ATA 52/25/35/38
ATA 70 (CFM56-5C/CF6-80E1)

18.0 Hrs

Avionics systems & related servicing


ATA 31/22/23/34

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

A340/A330 ATA Specification 104 level III training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

55

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PART 1-4 B747 TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

B747-400 GENERAL FAMILIARIZATION (400GFCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to provide the participants with a general aircraft systems overview. At the end of the
course, the participants will be able to :
a.
b.
c.

identify the main aircraft systems, and


describe the operation and function of each system
learn and understand the dangers associated with the operation of the aircraft
systems.

DESIGNED FOR

Management / Supervisory Personnel


Technical & Non-technical Personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :

MODULE 1

Introduction/Aircraft General/IDS/EICAS/CMCS
Avionics Systems

2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs

MODULE 2

Structures/Doors/Windows/Equipment & Furnishing


Oxygen/Water & Waste
Electrical Power
Lights

3.5 Hrs
2.0 Hr
0.5 Hr

MODULE 3

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection

1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

MODULE 4

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

MODULE 5

Fuels
APU
Powerplant

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

B747-400 A&P EQUIPMENT FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (400APELTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with training on the aircraft systems operation, controls,
indications and monitoring, and component locations to be able to perform normal maintenance and
servicing in accordance with proper procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

A&P Line and Base Maintenance personnel


Technical support personnel

DURATION

120.0 Hrs (20 Days)

SYLLABUS :

MODULE 1

Introduction/Documentation/Aircraft
General/IDS/EICAS/CMCS
Structures/ Doors/ Windows/Equipment &
Furnishing/ Oxygen/Water & Waste
Electrical Power
Lights
Quiz 1

12.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

MODULE 2

Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection
APU
Quiz 2

3.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

MODULE 3

Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 3

4.0 Hrs
13.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

MODULE 4

Fuels
Powerplant
Quiz 4

9.0 Hrs
14.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

B747-400 A & P GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL (400AP1LTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed description and operation of the Airframe &
Powerplant systems. Sufficient electrical power system information and aircraft visits are included to
ensure overall comprehension. At the end of the course, the participants will be
able to:
a.
understand, know and explain the operation of the A&P systems and locate
systems components on the aircraft
b.
use operational documentation (AMM/FIM/IPC) properly
c.
perform routine line maintenance, servicing, tests, troubleshooting, and component
removal / installation in accordance with maintenance manual and safety procedures
d.
perform maintenance actions to comply with the MEL (DDG) requirements for
aircraft Airworthiness certification required for technical release
DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base A&P mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Mechanical Accessory shop Technicians (Modular)

DURATION

240.0 Hrs (40 Days)

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1

MODULE 2

MODULE 3

Introduction/Documentation/Aircraft General/
IDS/EICAS/CMCS/FIM
23.0 Hrs
Quiz 1
1.0 Hr
Structures/ Doors/ Windows/Equipment & Furnishing/
Oxygen/Water & Waste
23.0 Hrs
Electrical Power
12.0 Hrs
Lights
6.0 Hrs
Quiz 2
1.0 Hr
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection
Fuels
Quiz 3

6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Aircraft Visit 1
MODULE 4

MODULE 5

MODULE 6

6.0 Hrs
Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
APU
Quiz 4
Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 5
Powerplant
Quiz 6

12.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
9.0 Hrs
21.0 Hrs
29.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Aircraft Visit 2
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course / Digital Techniques

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B747-400 A & P/ELECTRICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL (400PEGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed description and operation of the Airframe &
Powerplant systems. Sufficient Electrical power system information and aircraft visits are included to
ensure overall comprehension. At the end of the course, the participants will be
able to:
a.
understand, know and explain the operation of the A&P systems and locate
systems components on the aircraft
b.
use operational documentation (AMM/FIM/IPC) properly
c.
perform routine line maintenance, servicing, tests, troubleshooting, and component
removal / installation in accordance with maintenance manual and safety procedures
d.
perform maintenance actions to comply with the MEL (DDG) requirements for
aircraft Airworthiness certification required for technical release
DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base A&P mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Mechanical Accessory shop Technicians (Modular)

DURATION

270.0 Hrs (45 Days)

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1

MODULE 2

MODULE 3

Introduction/Documentation/Aircraft General/
IDS/EICAS/CMCS/FIM
Quiz 1
Structures/ Doors/ Windows/Equipment & Furnishing/
Oxygen/Water & Waste
Electrical Power
Lights
Quiz 2
Ice & Rain Protection
Fire Protection
Fuels
Quiz 3

Aircraft Visit 1
MODULE 4
Pneumatics
Airconditioning & Pressurization
APU
Quiz 4
MODULE 5
Hydraulics
Landing Gears
Flight Controls
Quiz 5
MODULE 6
Powerplant
Quiz 6
Aircraft Visit 2
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

29.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
29.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
17.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
9.0 Hrs
21.0 Hrs
29.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
23.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course / Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 20


This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B747-400 A & P GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT (400APMLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of the B747-400 A&P systems, service experience, reliability engineering
problems, troubleshooting procedures and modifications. Technical Representatives from
manufacturers and vendors, and Reliability Engineers will be invited to facilitate as the need arises.
The course is designed to update the knowledge and skills of the rated B747-400 A&P Ground
Engineer.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

update his knowledge and skills on the B747-400 A&P systems to meet the
requirement of the rating.
identify & explain modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the
B747-400 aircraft & engine systems
analyze system operational problems, review troubleshooting procedures and
maintenance actions, safety procedures and service experiences.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated B747-400 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
MODULE 1
Aircraft Gen/Cabin Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

MODULE 2
Electrics Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

MODULE 3
Air Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

MODULE 4
Hydraulic Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

MODULE 5
Powerplant Related Systems

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

B747-400 A & P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

B747-400 AVIONICS EQUIPT FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (400AVELTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with training on the aircraft avionics systems operation, controls,
indications and monitoring, and component locations to be able to perform normal maintenance and
servicing in accordance with proper procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Avionics Line and Base Maintenance personnel


Technical support personnel

DURATION

90.0 Hrs (15 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction - Aircraft General
Instrument Systems
Communication Systems/Quiz 1
Navigation Systems
Auto Flight Systems/ Quiz 2
Aircraft visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.5 Hr
22.5 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 2 training standard.

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TITLE :

B747-400 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL (400AVILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers detailed discussion on the B747-400 Avionics systems description and operation.
Aircraft visits are included to enhance comprehension. At the end of the course, the participant will be
able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

describe the operation of the B747-400 Avionics systems and locate the
components on the aircraft
carry out system functional checks in accordance with the maintenance manual
(AMM) procedures and safety precautions
perform servicing, routine maintenance tasks, system troubleshooting and
component removal / installation in accordance with maintenance manual and
safety procedures
perform maintenance actions in accordance with the MEL requirements for aircraft
Airworthiness on avionics system repair certification

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Avionics mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/ Electronics shop Technicians (Modular)

DURATION

180.0 Hrs (30 Days)

SYLLABUS :
ATA 31 / Quiz 1
ATA 45 / Quiz 2
ATA 23 / Quiz 3
Aircraft Visit 1
ATA 34 Part 1:
EFIS / Pitot-Static / Air Data /
Alt Alert / Wx Radar / ADF /
VOR / Mrkr Beacon / Quiz 4
ATA 34 Part 2:
ILS / DME / ATC Transponder /
TCAS / RA /GPWS / Stby Alt /
Compass /Horizon / IRS / Quiz 5
Aircraft Visit 2

24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

ATA 34 Part 3:
Flight Management Computer System / Quiz 6

12.0 Hrs

ATA 29
ATA 27 / Quiz 7
ATA 22 / Quiz 8
Aircraft Visit 3

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

30.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

24.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course / Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B747-400 AVIONICS/ELECTRICS GROUND ENGINEERS INITIAL COURSE


(400AEGLTTP)

LEVEL:

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course provides the participants with detailed description and operation of B747-400 avionics
and electrical systems. Sufficient airframe and powerplant systems information and aircraft visits are
included to ensure overall comprehension. At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

DESIGNED FOR:

DURATION:

understand the operation of the aircrafts avionics and electrical systems and
locate system components on the aircraft.
carry out system functional checks in accordance with the maintenance
manual (AMM) procedures and safety precautions.
perform servicing, routine maintenance tasks, system troubleshooting and
component removal/installation in accordance with maintenance manual and
safety procedures.
perform maintenance actions in accordance with the MEL requirements for
aircraft airworthiness on avionics and electrical systems repair certification.
Line and base avionics mechanics
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists/Technical Training Instructor
Electrical/Electronics Shop Technicians (Modular)
300.0 Hrs (50 days)

SYLLABUS:
Introduction/Aircraft General/WIU/ATA 31: IDS/EICAS/EFIS/
Clock/Aural Warnings/ACMS/FDR/Quiz
ATA 45: CMC/Fault Isolation (FIM/FIP)/Quiz
ATA 25: Equipment & Furnishing/ATA 52: Doors/Quiz
ATA 24: Electrical Power/ ATA33: Lights/Quiz
ATA 29: Hydraulics/ATA 32: Landing Gears/Quiz
ATA 27: Flight Controls/Quiz
Aircraft Visit 1
ATA 28: Fuels/ATA 49: APU/Quiz
ATA 36: Pneumatics/ATA 21: Aircon Press/Quiz
ATA 70: Powerplant/Quiz
ATA26: Fire Protection/ATA 30: Ice & Rain Protection/Quiz
ATA 35: Oxygen/ATA 38 Water/Waste/Quiz
Aircraft Visit 2
ATA 23: Communications
ATA 34: Navigation
ATA 22: Autopilot/Flight Director System
Aircraft Visit 3
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

30.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
30.0 Hrs
30.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

B747-400 AVIONICS GROUND ENGINEERS RECURRENT COURSE


(400AVMLTTP)
3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a comprehensive review of the aircraft Avionics systems to reinforce knowledge
gained from the initial course. It includes the latest developments and current operating problems on
the Avionics systems. At the end of the course, the participant will be updated on the latest:
a.
b.
c.

developments on the aircraft avionics systems


modifications and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the aircraft avionics
systems
operational problems and review troubleshooting procedures and maintenance
actions in view of the latest developments.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Electrical/Electronic Shop Technicians
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
ATA 31 / 45 / AMM / IPC
ATA 23 / 34 / 22

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

B747-400 Avionics Ground Engineer's Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B747-400 ELECTRICAL COURSE (400ELILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with detailed description and operation of the aircraft electrical
system. Sufficient airframe and powerplant systems information and aircraft visits are included to
ensure overall comprehension. At the end of the course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

d.

explain the operation of the aircraft electrical system and locate system
components on the aircraft
use operational documentation (AMM/FIM/IPC) properly
perform routine line maintenance, servicing, tests, trouble shooting , and
component removal/ installation in accordance with maintenance manual and
safety procedures
perform maintenance actions to comply with the MEL (DDG) requirements for
aircraft Airworthiness

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base A&P and Avionics mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
Electl/Electronics shop Technicians (Modular)

DURATION

240.0 Hrs. (40 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Intro - Aircraft Gen/EICAS/CMCS/
Documentation/ FIM Fault Isolation/Quiz 1
Electrical Power/Lights/Quiz 2
Fuels/APU/Quiz 3
Pneumatics/Aircon-Press
Ice & Rain Protection/Quiz 4
Aircraft Visit 1
Powerplant/Quiz 5
Fire Protection
Oxygen/Water/Waste
Cargo Loading/Equipt-Furn/Doors/Quiz 6
Hydraulics/Lading Gears/Quiz 7
Flight Controls/Quiz 8
Aircraft Visit 2
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

24.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
30.0 Hrs
30.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
30.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

10

20

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TITLE :

B747-400 A&P TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (400APOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 training level 3 standard. It is designed for aircraft
A&P Mechanics/Engineers for them to be able to have an actual hands-on performance of the various
operational tests and procedures on aircraft airframe and powerplant systems related to line
maintenance release and dispatch.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to locate LRU's, perform system/operational
tests, and do maintenance airworthiness release following applicable MEL dispatch procedures and in
accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

B747-400 A&P Line Engineers and Mechanics

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
ATA 01- Introduction & Safety Precautions
ATA 06-10 Areas/Jack Points/Towing/Parking
ATA 12/20 Servicing/ESD Standard Practices
Tasks: Component Locations + Controls/Indications + Functional/
Operational Tests + MEL & AD Procedures
ATA 21 Aircon/Pressurization
ATA 24 Electrical Power
ATA 25 Equipt & Furnishing
ATA 26 Fire Protection
ATA 27 Flight Controls
ATA 28 Fuels
ATA 29 Hydraulics
ATA 30 Ice & Rain Protection
ATA 32 Landing Gears
ATA 33 Lights
ATA 35 Oxygen
ATA 36 Pneumatics
ATA 38 Water & Waste
ATA 49 APU
ATA 52-56 Structures
ATA 71-80 Powerplant
EICAS

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
5.0 Hrs

5.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
3.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

B747-400 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: 20


This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B747-400 S1 & S2 CHECKS (400SSCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is an introduction to aircraft line maintenance checks and servicing.
At the end of the course, the participants will have the knowledge to be able to perform line
maintenance checks & servicing on the aircraft in accordance with the manufacturer's AMM
procedures and safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Line Maintenance Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Service Checks & safety precautions
Introduction
Procedures: Checks & Servicing
Service Checks & safety precautions (Practical/OJT)
Powerplant Walk-around Check & Servicing
Aircraft Exterior
Landing Gears
Flight Deck
Cabin/Cargo Compartment Final Work
Examination

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs

1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr

B747-400 Equipment Familiarization Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

12

20

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TITLE :

B747-400 AVIONICS TASK TRAINING/OJT COURSE (400AVOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed for Avionics Line & Base Mechanics/Engineers for them to be able to have an
actual hands-on performance of the various operational tests and procedures on aircraft avionics
systems.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform functional system tests, maintenance
procedures and MEL dispatch procedures in accordance with applicable aircraft maintenance manual
and safety requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Avionics Mechanics

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
System Component Locations
System Ground Tests
Deactivation/Reactivation Procedures
MMEL/MEL Procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
4.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

B747-400 Avionics Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at level 3 training standard.

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TITLE :

B747-400 BLACKBOX COURSE (400BBILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at training level 3 standard. It is designed for A&P Line
Engineers/ Mechanics for them to be able to learn and understand the operation of aircraft avionics
systems.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to know the purpose and understand the
operation of the avionics systems that are related to line maintenance and dispatch to ensure the
safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR

A&P Line Engineers & Mechanics

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Introduction

0.5 Hr

INSTRUMENTS
Integrated Display System
Master Warning/Caution System
Aircraft Condition Monitoring System
Flt Data Recorder
Electrical Clock

11.5 Hrs

ON-BOARD MAINTENANCE SYSTEM (CMCS)

6.0 Hrs

COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS
Interphone/PA/ACESS/HF/VHF/
ACARS/SELCAL/CVR/SATCOM/Quiz 1

12.0 Hrs

NAVIGATION SYSTEMS
ADS/IRS/ILS/ADF/VOR/MB/DME/
RA/GPWS/ATC/TCAS/Wx Radar/
Stdby System/FMCS

12.0 Hrs

AUTOFLIGHT SYSTEMS
Autothrottle/Autopilot/
Flight Director/Yaw Damper/Quiz 2

12.0 Hrs

Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs

B747-400 A&P Ground Engrs Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

B747 -400 CF6-80C2 ENGINE LINE MAINT GROUND HANDLING (80C2LMLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a detailed discussion of the Boeing B747-400 powerplant systems. It is designed
to enable ground handlers to perform engine line maintenance ground handling operations in
accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Ground handlers

DURATION

24.0 Hrs (4 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Construction/Hardware
Oil System
Fuel System
Engine Controls
Engine Indicating
Ignition
Starting
Thrust Reverser
Engine Functional Checks
Minor Rigging and Adjustment Procedures
Trouble shooting/CMC Procedure

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

B747-400 Aircraft Maintenance Course


(ATA Level II or III)

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

15

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TITLE :

B747-400 A&P DIFFERENCES COURSE (400APDLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers airframe and powerplant systems overview with emphasis on aircraft systems
differences.
At the end of the course, the participants will learn and understand the differences in PAL operated
B747-400 aircraft configurations to be able to perform maintenance tasks in accordance with the
applicable maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.

DESIGNED FOR

Line maintenance mechanics with B747-400 A&P Ground Engineer


Rating

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 days)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft General - PAL B747-400 fleet
Electrical Power / Lights/ IDS
Fuels
Water & Waste
Pneumatics/Aircon
APU /Fire Protection
Powerplant
Hydraulics/Ldg Gears/Flt Controls

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs

B747-400 A&P Ground Engineer Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

16

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B747-400 AVIONICS DIFFERENCES COURSE (400AVDLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course emphasizes avionics systems differences of PAL-operated B747-400 aircraft. At the end
of the course, the participants will able to:
a.
b.
c.

learn and understand the differences in the avionics systems installed in the
various PAL-operated B747-400 versions
perform maintenance appropriate to the aircraft avionics systems configuration in
accordance with maintenance manual procedures and safety precautions.
determine their component interchangeability

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors
Electrical/Electronic Shop Technicians (Modular)

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft General
ACESS
Communications
Navigation
Automatic Flight Systems
In-Flight Entertainment System

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

B747-400 Avionics Ground Engr Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

17

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TITLE:

B747-400 FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (For AIMD) (400ACFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to familiarize the participants in the general features of the aircraft with emphasis on
systems related to aircraft interior maintenance. It is designed to enable participants to perform their
functions in accordance with proper procedures and safety precautions. An aircraft visit is included to
further enhance learning
DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft cabin and interior maintenance personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Registration / Intro-Gen Desc/Stations/
Zones/Sections/Cockpit/Cabin Layout

2.0 Hrs

Access Doors/Exits Operation & Safety Procedures


Cockpit/Cabin Emer Equip Furnishing/Slides

7.0 Hrs

Electrical Power Application - Opn & Safety Proc


Crew/Pax Oxygen/Water/Waste/Interphone
Galleys/Lav/PSU/PES/Aircraft visit

7.0 Hrs
7.0 Hrs
7.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

18

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TITLE:

B747-400 FUEL SERVICING INITIAL COURSE (400FSCLTTP)

LEVEL:

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course provides information on the B747-400 fuel servicing procedure. At the end of the course,
the participant will:
a. state the safety precautions related to aircraft fuel servicing
b. perform aircraft fuel servicing in accordance with the aircraft maintenance manual
DESIGNED FOR:

Fuel Servicing Personnel

DURATION:

6.0 Hrs (0.5 day)

SYLLABUS:
Storage/Ventilation
Fuel Supply/Controls and Indication
Fuel Quantity Indication System
Description
Tank Probes
Magnetic Level Indication
Pressure Fueling System
Fueling Components
Refueling/Defueling
Control Panel
Fuel System Maintenance Information
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE:

3.0 Hrs

3.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE:

B747-400 FUEL SERVICING RECURRENT COURSE (400FSRLTTP)

LEVEL:

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course provides a review on the B747-400 fuel servicing procedure to reinforce knowledge
gained from the initial course. At the end of the course, the participant will be updated on:
a.

The safety precautions related to aircraft fuel servicing

b. Aircraft fuel servicing in accordance with aircraft maintenance manual procedure and
safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR:

Fuel Servicing Personnel

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs (0.5 day)

SYLLABUS:
Storage/Ventilation
Fuel Supply/Controls and Indication
Fuel Quantity Indication System
Description
Tank Probes
Magnetic Level Indication
Pressure Fueling System
Fueling Components
Refueling/Defueling
Control Panel
Fuel System Maintenance Information
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE:

3.0 Hrs

B747-400 Fuel Servicing Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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LEVEL :

B747-400 ENGINE DRY MOTORING COURSE (400DMCLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom instruction to provide the participants with a working knowledge on
the B747-400 engine dry motoring test procedure. At the end of the course, the participant will be
able to:
a. State the safety precautions to be observed during engine dry motoring operation
b. Describe engine dry motoring procedure in accordance with the maintenance manual
procedures and safety precautions.
c. Know and identify normal engine motoring parameters and abnormal conditions.
DESIGNED FOR

Rated B747-400 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Review & update of Powerplant & related system

1.5 Hr

1. Engine Controls & Indications


2. APU/Pneumatics Systems
3. Electrical/Fuel Systems
Safety & Operating Precautions

1.0 Hr

Operating/Starting Limits

0.5 Hr

Abnormal/Emergency Conditions

1.0 Hr

Dry Motoring Checklist

0.5 Hr

Dry Motoring Test Procedure

1.5 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

B747-400 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

21

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TITLE :

B747-400 ENGINE RUN-UP INITIAL COURSE (400PEILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions designed to provide the
participants with working knowledge on the B747-400 CF6-80C2 engine run-up tests. It is a
requirement for obtaining B747-400 Engine Run-up Operators Permit. At the end of the
course, the participant will be able to:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

state the safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations


perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with maintenance
manual procedures and safety precautions
monitor normal engine operating parameters and recognize abnormal
conditions/occurrences
make engine adjustments or corrective actions
perform ground emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of
competence

DESIGNED FOR

Rated B747-400 A&P Ground Engineers

DURATION

45.0 Hrs

(Classroom
(Simulator
(Briefing

: 30 Hrs)
: 12 Hrs)
: 3 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Review & update of Powerplant & related systems
1. Engine Controls & Indications
2. Fuel /Fire Prot Systems
3. APU/Pneumatics Systems
4. Electrical/Hydraulic Power
Safety & Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run-up Checklist
Tests and Adjustments
Mock-up Familiarization
Review/Quiz
Simulator Session
Briefing & Pre-start Procedures
Engine Run-up test procedures & Check-out
(Pilots seat 3.0H + Co-pilots seat 3.0H)

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

12.0 Hrs

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

Valid RP-ATO A&P Mechanic License


B747-400 A&P Ground Engineers Initial

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

22

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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TITLE :

B747-400 ENGINE RUN UP SIMULATOR RECURRENT COURSE (400PERLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course consists of classroom and simulator sessions to provide the participants with an update
and to check-out Operators run-up proficiency. This is a mandatory requirement every two(2) years
for renewal of B747-400 Engine Run-up Operators Permit.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to review and be updated on the:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations


Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual
Normal engine operating parameters monitoring and abnormal conditions/
occurrences recognition
Engine adjustments or corrective actions
Emergency cockpit procedures, and be able to perform these procedures with the
required degree of competence

DESIGNED FOR

Rated B747-400 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

22.0 Hrs

(Classroom
(Simulator
(Briefing

:12.0 Hrs)
: 8.0 Hrs)
: 2.0 Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Classroom
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/ Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulic Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Tests and Adjustments
B747-400 Cockpit Mock-up Trainer
Simulator Session
Briefing / Pre-Start Procedures
CPT, Engine Run-up Test & Simulator Check-out
(Operators seat 2 Hrs + Run-up Assist seat 2 Hrs)
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.5 Hrs

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
6.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs

Valid RP-ATO A&P Mechanic License


B747-400 Engine Run-up Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

23

Classroom (12)
Practical (4)

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B747-400 ENGINE RUN-UP RECURRENT SIMULATOR COURSE (400ERSLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course consists of simulator sessions to check-out the engine run-up operators proficiency in
engine run-up procedures to validate the performance based on the current and updated procedures.
. The course is intended to be preceded by B747-400 Engine Run-up Recurrent Theoretical Course.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to :
a.
b.
c.

Monitor normal engine operating parameters as well as recognition of abnormal


conditions/occurrences.
Perform engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual.
Perform emergency cockpit procedures with the required degree of competence.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated B747-400 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

10.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Briefing/Pre-start Procedures
Engine Run Tests & Simulator Check-out

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs

B747-400 Engine Run-up Recurrent


Theoretical Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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TITLE

LEVEL :

B747-400 ENGINE RUN-UP RECURRENT THEORETICAL COURSE


(400ERTLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course consists of classroom discussion to provide the participants with an update on the current
engine run-up procedures.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to review and be updated on the:
a.
b.

Safety precautions to be observed during engine run-up operations.


Engine starting, running and test procedures in accordance with the Aircraft
Maintenance Manual.

DESIGNED FOR

Rated B747-400 Engine Run-up Operator

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 days)

SYLLABUS :
Powerplant and Related Systems Review & update
Engine Controls/Indications
Fuel/ Fire Prot Systems
APU/Pneumatics Systems
Electrical/Hydraulic Systems
Safety and Operating Precautions
Operating Limits
Abnormal Conditions
Emergency Procedures
Run Up Checklist
Powerplant Tests and Adjustments
Cockpit Panels

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

B747-400 Engine Run-up Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

25

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TITLE :

B747-400 (N754) IFE SYSTEM TRAINING (400IESLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to familiarize Avionics Line Maintenance personnel on the B747-400 (N754)
In-flight Entertainment System.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform maintenance checks related to the
Apax 150 Entertainment System installed on the B747-400 (N754) aircraft in accordance with
manufacturer specifications and safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors
Engineers
Specialists

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
ACESS Introduction
APAX 150 System General Description
APAX 150 Component Functional Description
Passenger Entertainment System (Audio)
Passenger Service System (Reading/Call Lights)
On-The-Job Training
PAT Familiarization
Component Location
Fault Isolation Procedure
CCTM/ACESS Software Loading

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

26

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TITLE

LEVEL :

B747-400 CAT II PRECISION APPROACH MAINTENANCE INITIAL COURSE


(400ALILTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course aims to familiarize Avionics and A&P Line & Base Maintenance personnel on the
operational requirements of Category II Precision Approach maintenance procedures as mandated by
the Regulatory Authorities.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
understand the principles of CAT II Precision Approach
be able to identify aircraft systems/components that affects CAT II operation
learn the procedure on how to release aircraft in case of system degradation/failure
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers / Inspectors

DURATION:

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS:
Introduction/Definition of Terms/ Requirements/Regulations

1.0 Hr

CAT II Precision Approach Maintenance Program:


Aircraft Effectivity/B747-400 List of Significant & Associated
Equipment for CAT II Operations/Maintenance Tests &
Requirements/ Category II Release Process

1.5 Hr

Scheduled Maintenance/Test Equipment/Category I/II


Status upon Release from FAR PART 145 Repair Station/
Category II Certification for Aircraft New to the Operator/
CAT II Reliability Control & Reporting Program

1.5 Hr

Parts Borrowing/Maintenance Training Requirements/


Revisions to CAT II Maintenance Program/Responsibilities

1.0 Hr

Accomplishment of Land Mode Status Card/Monitoring


of Aircrafts Autoland Capability

1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
For Avionics: B747-400 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course
For A&P: B747-400 Blackbox Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE

B747-400 CAT II PRECISION APPROACH MAINTENANCE RECURRENT


COURSE (400ALRLTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:

The course covers a review of the requirements specific to Philippine Airlines operations for Category
II Precision Approach as mandated by the Regulatory Authorities. This recurrent course must be
taken every two (2) years in compliance with PALs approved maintenance program.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
a. review and update their knowledge to meet the requirement of the rating, and
b. perform the maintenance checks related to the avionics equipment installed on PR B747400 aircraft that are affected by Category II Precision Approach in accordance with
mandatory requirements to ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers
Inspectors

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS:
Review of CAT II Precision Approach Requirements and
Regulations/ Aircraft Effectivity/B747-400 List of
Significant And Associated Equipment for CAT II Operations

1.0 Hr

Review and discussion of revisions of CAT II Precision


Approach Maintenance Program

1.0 Hr

Review and discussion of CAT II Release Process/


MCDU Autoland Unique Test/Derating or updating
of CAT II Aircraft Operational Status/Accomplishment
of Land Mode Status Card/Monitoring of Aircrafts
Autoland Capability

1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

B747-400 CAT II Precision Approach Maint. Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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TITLE :

PAL B747-400 AIRCRAFT CONFIGURATION DIFFERENCES/GROUND


HANDLING COURSE (400PRGLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers an overview of PAL B747-400 aircraft systems configuration differences/ground
handling. It is designed to enable participants with B747-400 and CF6-80C2 engine maintenance
training to perform ground handling and servicing of PAL B747-400 aircraft in accordance with the
PAL Aircraft Maintenance Manual, established procedures and safety precautions to release the
aircraft for flight.
DESIGNED FOR

Foreign Outstation Ground handling companies

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
A&P systems and related servicing
ATA 36/21/30/49
ATA 24/33/26/28
ATA 29/32/27
ATA 52/25/35/38
ATA 70 (CF6-80C2)

12.0 Hrs

Avionics systems & related servicing


ATA 31/22/23/34

6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

B747-400 ATA Specification 104 level III training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

29

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TITLE

LEVEL :

ENGINE SHOP MATERIALS, HARDWARE, AND STANDARD PRACTICES


RECURRENT (MISSHRLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course is a review of materials, hardwares and standard practices used in engine repairs, with
highlights on the latest industry updates and engine performance reliability.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge updated to be
able to perform repair and maintenance of aircraft engines at the engine shop using approved
materials and hardwares in accordance with manufacturer and industry-accepted standard practices
to ensure the reliability and safety of engine operations.

DESIGNED FOR

Engine Shop Personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Materials
Hardwares
Standard Practices
Revisions/Updates/Reliability
Manuals/Documentation

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Engine Shop Materials/Hardwares/Standard Practices Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

ENGINE CONDITION MONITORING COURSE (GENECMLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course provides the participants with knowledge regarding engine condition monitoring and the
processes involved therein. At the end of the course the participants will be able to:
assess engine performance and health.
reduce unexpected problems and unscheduled maintenance on engines by detecting
abnormal parameter trend shifts or levels of concern, and monitor engine performance
trends.

a.
b.

DESIGNED FOR

Engineers & Maintenance Control Specialists

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Fundamentals:
Introduction
Cruise Trend Monitoring
T/O Data Trend Monitoring
EGT Margin / SLOAT Calculation
Alert Logic

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

Trend Description:
Initialization
Smoothing
Compression
Report Decision

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Trend Monitoring Interpretation:


Logic
Trend Analysis
Actions

2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

Discussion on Examples

1.5 Hr

On-the-job Training

2.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Engine Line & Base Maintenance Course or


Aircraft Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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PART 2-2 G.E. ENGINE TRAINING COURSES


TITLE :

CF6-80 SERIES ENGINE FAMILIARIZATION (CF68EFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the basic features of the CF6-80 Series engines, specifically the
CF6-80C2 engine of the B747-400 and the CF6-80E1 engine of the A330.
At the end of the course, the participants will have background information on the CF6-80 series
engine construction, maintenance, and operation.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Basic Engine Description
Engine Major Modules
Engine System Introduction
FADEC System Description
Fuel System
Oil System
Air System
Engine Sensors/Harnesses
Engine Indicating/ Vibration Monitoring
Starting and Ignition Systems
Review / Exam / Evaluation

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
8.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
5.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE :

CF6-80C2B1F (B747-400 Aircraft) ENGINE FAM COURSE (80C2EFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the basic features of the CF6-80C2B1F Engine.
At the end of the course, the participants will have background information on the engine construction,
operation, and FADEC systems operation.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Basic Engine Description
Engine Airflow/Sump Philosophy
Engine Construction
Engine Modules
a. Fan Module
b. Core Module
c. High Pressure Turbine Module
d. Low Pressure Turbine Module
e. Accessory Module
Engine System Introduction
FADEC System Description
a. Sensing Subsystem
b. Processing Subsystem
Fuel Metering Subsystem
Oil Subsystem/Vibration Sensing
IDG Air-Oil Cooling Subsystem
Review/Quiz/Evaluation

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

CF6-80C2B1F (B747-400) ENGINE LINE AND BASE MAINT COURSE


(80C2LBLTTP)
3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the Description and Operation of the CF6-80C2B1F Engine.
Aircraft/shop visits are included to enhance overall comprehension.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform engine and fan reverser line
maintenance tasks in accordance with engine manufacturer specifications and safety practices.
DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base maintenance personnel


Shop Personnel/Engineers/Inspectors

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction - Basic Engine Description
Engine Airflow/ Sump Philosophy
Engine Construction
Engine Modules
Engine System Introduction
FADEC System Description
Fuel Metering Subsystem
Starting and Ignition Subsystems
Oil Subsystem
Vibration Sensing
IDG Air-Oil Cooling Subsystem
Review/Engine Hardware & System Quiz
Fan Reverser Introduction
Fan Reverser Construction
Fan Reverser System D/O
Flexible Shaft Rigging/Reverser Deactivation
Review/Quiz/Evaluation

1.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr + 1.0 Hr Shop visit
3.0 Hrs + 2.5 Hrs Shop visit
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs + 2.0 Hrs Shop visit
4.0 Hrs + 1.0 Hr Shop visit
4.0 Hrs + 0.5 Hr Shop visit
4.0 Hrs + 0.5 Hr Shop visit
1.0 Hr
2 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs + 1.0 Hr Shop visit
6.0 Hrs + 1.0 Hr Shop visit
3.0 Hrs + 1.5 Hr Shop visit
3.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE :

CF6-80 (C2/E1) SERIES ENGINES RECURRENT COURSE (CF68ERLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of CF6-80 series engines. It highlights revisions, SBs, ADs and engine
reliability performance. It also includes discussion on the proper usage of technical maintenance
publications and documentation.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to recall the basic features of CF6-80 series
engines, engine systems operation and will be updated on the latest revisions, SBs, ADs and engine
reliability to be able to perform shop maintenance on the engines in accordance with current
manufacturer's manual procedures and safety practices.
DESIGNED FOR

Engine Shop personnel

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Engine Module Review
Engine Systems Review
Revisions, SBs/ADs
Engine Reliability Performance
Maintenance Manual/ Documentation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.5 Hrs
3.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr

: CF6-80 series Engine Line and Base Maintenance Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

CF6-80C2B1F (B747-400 Aircraft) FAN TRIM BALANCING COURSE


(80C2FTLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a detailed description on the procedures for fan trim balancing.
At the end of the course the participants will be able to perform fan trim balancing in accordance with
aircraft specifications.
DESIGNED FOR

Line Maintenance personnel


Base Maintenance personnel
Engineers
Inspectors

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Trim Balancing Procedure (Analyzer Method)/
Trim Balancing Practice
Trim Balancing Procedure (Three Shot Plot Method)/
Trim Balancing Practice
Review/Trim Balance Exercises
Quiz/Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
6.5 Hrs
7.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr

: CF6-80C2B1F (B747-400 A/C) Line & Base Maint Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE

CF6-80C2B1F (B747-400 Aircraft) ENGINE BORESCOPE INSPECTION


(80C2BILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the CF6-80C2B1F Engine Borescope procedure. After the 2-part
course, the participants will be able to:
Part 1

(Engine Gas path & Borescope Equipt Fam)


locate and identify engine borescope ports, describe the borescope equipment/
probe, identify and describe the various defects

Part 2

(Engine Borescope Hands-on)


perform engine borescope inspection, detect defects along the engines gas path,
interpret defects and evaluate deterioration/damage

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft and Shop Inspectors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Part 1:
Introduction

0.5 Hr

Engine Gas Path Familiarization/


Borescope Ports and Locations
Theory of Borescope Inspection
Borescope Equipment Description
Defect Definition

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr

Part 2:
Engine Gas Path Inspection & Techniques
Comparative Measurement

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

CF6-80C2B1F (B747-400 Acft) ENGINE T/SHOOTING & CHECKS COURSE


(80C2TCLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions and CBT (Computer Based Training) sessions on the CF6- 80C2B1F
Engine Trouble shooting and Checks.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform engine troubleshooting and checks in
accordance with manufacturers specifications.
DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance personnel


Engineers
Inspectors

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Operating Limits
Engine Troubleshooting Intro
Engine Troubleshooting (B747-400 IDS/ CMCS)/CBT
Review/Engine T/shooting Activity / Troubleshooting
Quiz/Evaluation
Engine Checks Introduction
Engine Motoring/Engine Starting
Powerplant Test/Checks Procedure/CBT
Review/Engine Checks Activity / Engine Checks
Quiz/Evaluation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
10.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
10.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

CF6-80C2B1F (B747-400 Aircraft) Engine Line & Base Maint Course, or


B747-400 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course
RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE :

CF6-80E1A2 (A330-300 Aircraft) ENGINE FAM COURSE (80E1EFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the basic features of the CF6-80E1A2 Engine.
At the end of the course, the participants will have background information on the engine construction,
operation, and FADEC systems operation.

DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Basic Engine Description
Engine Airflow/Sump Philosophy
Engine Construction
Engine Modules
a. Fan Module
b. Core Module
c. High Pressure Turbine Module
d. Low Pressure Turbine Module
e. Accessory Module
Engine System Introduction
FADEC System Description
a. Sensing Subsystem
b. Processing Subsystem
Fuel Metering Subsystem
Oil Subsystem/Vibration Sensing
IDG Air-Oil Cooling Subsystem
Review/Quiz/Evaluation

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

CF6-80E1A2 (A330-300) ENGINE LINE AND BASE MAINT COURSE


(80E1LBLTTP)
3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the Description and Operation of the CF6-80E1A2 engine.
Aircraft/shop visits are included to enhance overall comprehension.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform engine and fan reverser line
maintenance tasks as per maintenance manual specifications.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Maintenance personnel


Shop personnel/Engineers/Inspectors

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Intro - Engine Description
Engine Airflow/Sump Philosophy
Engine Construction
Engine Modules
Engine System Introduction
FADEC System Description
Fuel Metering Subsystem
Starting and Ignition Subsystems
Oil Subsystem
Vibration Sensing
IDG Air-Oil Cooling Subsystem
Review/Engine Hardware & System Quiz
Fan Reverser Introduction
Fan Reverser Construction
Fan Reverser System D/O
Flexible Shaft Rigging/Rev Deactivation
Review/Quiz/Evaluation

1.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr + 1.0 Hr Shop visit
3.0 Hrs + 2.5 Hrs Shop visit
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs + 2.0 Hrs Shop visit
4.0 Hrs + 1.0 Hr Shop visit
4.0 Hrs + 0.5 Hr Shop visit
4.0 Hrs + 0.5 Hr Shop visit
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs + 1.0 Hr Shop visit
6.0 Hrs + 1.0 Hr Shop visit
3.0 Hrs + 1.5 Hrs Shop visit
3.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE :

CF6-80E1A2 (A330-300 Aircraft) FAN TRIM BALANCING COURSE (80E1FTLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a detailed description on the procedures for fan trim balancing.
At the end of the course the participants will be able to perform fan trim balancing in accordance with
aircraft specifications.
DESIGNED FOR

Line Maintenance personnel


Base Maintenance personnel
Engineers
Inspectors

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Ground Trim Balancing Procedure/Practice
Cold Trim Balancing Procedure/Practice
Review/Trim Balance Exercise
Quiz/Evaluation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
6.5 Hrs
6.5 Hrs
2.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

: CF6-80E1 (A330-300 A/C) Line and Base Maint Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

10

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TITLE

LEVEL :

CF6-80E1A2 (A330-300 Aircraft) ENGINE BORESCOPE INSPECTION


(80E1BILTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the CF6-80E1A2 Engine Borescope procedure. After the 2-part
course, the participants will be able to:
Part 1

(Engine Gas path & Borescope Equipt Fam)


locate and identify engine borescope ports, describe the borescope equipment/
probe, identify and describe the various defects

Part 2

(Engine Borescope Hands-on)


perform engine borescope inspection, detect defects along the engines gas path,
interpret defects and evaluate deterioration/damage

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft and Shop Inspectors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Part 1:
Introduction
Engine Gas Path Familiarization/
Borescope Ports and Locations
Theory of Borescope Inspection
Borescope Equipment Description
Defect Definition

0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr

Engine Gas Path Inspection & Techniques


Comparative Measurement

3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Part 2:

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

11

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

CF6-80E1A2 (A330-300 Acft) ENGINE T/SHOOTING & CHECKS COURSE


(80E1TCLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions and CBT (Computer Based Training) sessions on the CF680E1A2 Engine Trouble shooting and Checks.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform engine troubleshooting and checks in
accordance with manufacturers specifications.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance personnel


Engineers
Inspectors

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Operating Limits
Engine Troubleshooting Intro
Engine Troubleshooting (B747-400 IDS/ CMCS)/CBT
Review/Engine T/shooting Activity / Troubleshooting
Quiz/Evaluation
Engine Checks Introduction
Engine Motoring/Engine Starting
Powerplant Test/Checks Procedure/CBT
Review/Engine Checks Activity / Engine Checks
Quiz/Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE :

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
10.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
10.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

CF6-80E1A2 (A330-300 Aircraft) Engine Line Maintenance


Course, or A330 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

12

20

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PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM 56 SERIES ENGINE FAMILIARIZATION (56CSEFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the basic features of the CFM56 Series engines, specifically the
CFM56-3 engine of the B737, CFM56-5B engine of the A320 and CFM56-5C engine of the A340. At
the end of the course, the participants will have background information on the CFM56 series engine
construction, maintenance, and systems operation.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Basic Engine Description
Engine Major Modules
Engine Systems Introduction
CFM56-3 Engine System Description
FADEC System Description (CFM56-5C & -5B)
Fuel System
Oil System
Air System
Engine Sensors/Harnesses
Engine Indicating/Vibration Monitoring
Starting and Ignition Systems
Review/Exam/Evaluation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
8.5 Hrs
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE :

CFM 56-3 (B737-300 Aircraft) ENGINE FAMILIARIZATION (563BEFLTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the basic features of the CFM56-3 Engine.
At the end of the course, the participants will have background information on the engine construction,
operation, and control systems operation.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Construction
Air Sump Philosophy
Air Systems
VSV & VBV System
Sensing System
Oil System
Ignition System
Indicating System
Hot Section Airflow Circuits
Fuel System
Clearance Control System
Review/Exam/Evaluation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
:

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

20

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TITLE :

CFM 56-3 (B737 Aircraft) ENGINE LINE & BASE MAINT COURSE (563BLBLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the description and operation of the CFM56-3 Engine.
Aircraft/shop visits are included to enhance overall comprehension.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform engine line & base maintenance tasks
in accordance with manufacturer specifications.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Intro - Engine Description
Engine Airflow/Sump Philosophy
Engine Construction
Engine Modules
Review: Basic Engine/Quiz/Evaluation
Engine System Intro/VSV/VBV/Sensing systems
Oil/Ignition/Indicating systems
Fuel / Hot Section Airflow/Clearance Control systems
Starting /Engine control systems
Review: Engine System / Quiz / Evaluation
Power Mgt Control system Introduction
PMC Tester / Test & Adjustment
Thrust Reverser system Intro
Thrust Reverser Construction
Fan Reverser System D/O
Review/Quiz/Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs + 1.0 Hr Shop visit
4.0 Hrs + 2.0 Hrs Shop visit
3.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs + 4.0 Hrs Shop visit
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs + 2.0 Hrs Shop visit
4.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE :

CFM56 (-3/-5B-5C) SERIES ENGINES RECURRENT COURSE (56ENRELTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of CFM56 series engines. It highlights revisions, SBs, ADs and engine
reliability performance. It also includes discussion on the proper usage of technical maintenance
publications and documentation.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to recall the basic features of the CFM56 series
engines, engine systems operation and will be updated on the latest revisions, SBs, ADs and engine
reliability to be able to perform shop maintenance on the engines in accordance with manufacturer's
manual, procedures and safety practices.
DESIGNED FOR

Engine Shop personnel

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Engine Module Review
Engine Systems Review
Revisions, SBs/ADs
Engine Reliability Performance
Maintenance Manual/ Documentation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

: CFM56 series Engine Line and Base Maintenance Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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TITLE :

CFM56-3 (B737 Aircraft) ENGINE FAN TRIM BALANCING (563BFTLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the procedures in engine vibration monitoring and actual fan trim
balance operation.
At the end of the course the participants will be able to perform CFM56-3 engine vibration monitoring,
evaluation, and fan trim balancing.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Fan Static Balance
Airborne Vibration Monitoring System
Dynamic Fan Trim Balancing
Review/Examination/Evaluation
Shop Visit
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
5.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs

CFM56-3 Engine Line & Base Maintenance Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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TITLE :

CFM56-3 (B737 Aircraft) ENGINE BORESCOPE INSPECTION (563BBILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the CFM56-3 Engine Borescope procedure. After the 2- part
course, the participants will be able to:
Part 1

(Engine Gas path & Borescope Equipt Fam)


locate and identify engine borescope ports, describe the borescope equipment/
probe, identify and describe the various defects

Part 2

(Engine Borescope Hands-on)


perform engine borescope inspection, detect defects along the engines gas path,
interpret defects and evaluate deterioration/damage

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft and Shop Inspectors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Part 1:
Introduction
Engine Gas Path Familiarization/
Borescope Ports and Locations
Theory of Borescope Inspection
Borescope Equipment Description
Defect Definition

0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr

Part 2:
Engine Gas Path Inspection & Techniques
Comparative Measurement

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

CFM56-3 (B737 Aircraft) ENGINE TROUBLESHOOTING & CHECKS


(563BTCLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the CFM56-3 Engine Troubleshooting and Checks.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform engine troubleshooting and checks in
accordance with manufacturers specifications

DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Operating Limits
Powerplant - Adjustment / Test
Engine Troubleshooting Intro
Engine Troubleshooting
Review/Engine Troubleshooting Activity / Troubleshooting
Quiz/Evaluation
Engine Checks Introduction
Powerplant Test/Checks Procedure
Diagnostic Tools / Maintenance Practices
Review/Engine Checks Activity / Engine Checks
Quiz/Evaluation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
5.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs

CFM56-3 Engine Line & Base Maint Course, or


B737 A&P Ground Engineers Initial

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types and Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM56-5B (A320 Aircraft) ENGINE FAMILIARIZATION (565BEFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the basic features of the CFM56-5B Engine.
At the end of the course, the participants will have background information on the engine construction,
operation, and FADEC system operation.

DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Basic Engine Description
Engine Major Modules
Engine Systems Introduction
FADEC System Description
Fuel System
Oil System
Air System
Engine Sensors / Harnesses
Engine Indicating / Vibration Monitoring
Starting and Ignition Systems
Exhaust System
Review / Exam / Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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Part 2 Engine Types and Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM56-5B (A320 Aircraft) ENGINE LINE & BASE MAINTENANCE (565BLBLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the basic features of the CFM56-5B Engine. Aircraft/shop visits are
included to enhance overall comprehension.
At the end of the course, the participants will have background information on engine construction,
operation, controls and indications to be able to perform routine line maintenance, servicing and tests
in accordance with maintenance manual and safety procedures.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Powerplant General
Engine Modules Description / Operation
Engine Systems Introduction
FADEC System
Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
Fuel System
Oil System
Air System
Shop / Aircraft Visit
Review / Quiz
Engine Sensors / Engine Indicating
Starting / Ignition / Fire Protection Systems
Pneumatics / Anti-ice Systems
Hydraulics / Exhaust / Thrust Reverser Systems
Shop / Aircraft Visit
Review / Quiz / Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM56-5B (A320 Aircraft) ENGINE FAN TRIM BALANCING (565BFTLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the procedures in engine vibration monitoring and actual fan trim
balance operation.
At the end of the course the participants will be able to perform CFM56-5B engine vibration
monitoring, evaluation, and fan trim balancing.

DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Vibration Monitoring System
Cold Fan Trim Balancing
a. One Shot Plot Procedure
b. Vectorial Analysis Procedure
Static Imbalance Correction
Ground Fan Trim Balancing
Review / Examination

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
3.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

CFM56-B Engine Line & Base Maintenance Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

10

20

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Date: 01/27/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types and Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM56-5B (A320 Aircraft) ENGINE BORESCOPE INSPECTION (565BBILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the CFM56-5B Engine Borescope procedure. After the 2- part
course, the participants will be able to:
Part 1

(Engine Gas path & Borescope Equipt Fam)


locate and identify engine borescope ports, describe the borescope equipment/
probe, identify and describe the various defects

Part 2

(Engine Borescope Hands-on)


perform engine borescope inspection, detect defects along the engines gas path,
interpret defects and evaluate deterioration/damage

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft and Shop Inspectors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Part 1:
Introduction
Engine Gas Path Familiarization/
Borescope Ports and Locations
Theory of Borescope Inspection
Borescope Equipment Description
Defect Definition

0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr

Part 2:
Engine Gas Path Inspection & Techniques
Comparative Measurement

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

11

20

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Part 2 Engine Types and Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM56-5B (A320 Aircraft) ENGINE TROUBLESHOOTING & CHECKS


(565BTCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions and CBT (Computer Based Training) sessions on the CFM56-5B
Engine Troubleshooting and Checks.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform engine troubleshooting and checks in
accordance with manufacturers specifications.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Operating Limits
Engine Troubleshooting Intro
Engine Troubleshooting
CBT
Engine Checks Introduction
Engine Motoring/Engine Starting
Powerplant Test/Checks Procedure
CBT
Review/Quiz/Evaluation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

: CFM56-5B Engine Line & Base Maintenance Course, or


A320 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

12

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types and Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM56-5C (A340 Aircraft) ENGINE FAMILIARIZATION (565CEFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the basic features of the CFM56-5C Engine.
At the end of the course, the participants will have background information on the engine construction,
operation, and FADEC system operation.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Basic Engine Description
Engine Major Modules
Engine Systems Introduction
FADEC System Description
Fuel System
Oil System
Air System
Engine Sensors / Harnesses
Engine Indicating / Vibration Monitoring
Starting and Ignition Systems
Review / Exam / Evaluation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
3.5 Hrs
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

13

20

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Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types and Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM56-5C (A340 Aircraft) ENGINE LINE & BASE MAINTENANCE (565CLBLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the basic features of the CFM56-5C Engine. Aircraft/shop visits are
included to enhance overall comprehension.
At the end of the course, the participants will have background information on engine construction,
operation, controls and indications to be able to perform routine line maintenance, servicing and tests
in accordance with maintenance manual and safety procedures.
DESIGNED FOR

A&P Line & Base Maintenance Personnel.

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Powerplant General
Engine Modules Description / Operation
Engine Systems Introduction
FADEC System
Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
Fuel System
Oil System
Air System
Shop / Aircraft Visit
Review / Quiz
Engine Sensors / Engine Indicating
Starting / Ignition / Fire Protection Systems
Pneumatics / Anti-ice Systems
Hydraulics / Exhaust / Thrust Reverser Systems
Shop / Aircraft Visit
Review / Quiz / Evaluation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

14

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM56-5C (A340 Aircraft) ENGINE FAN TRIM BALANCING (565CFTLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the procedures in engine vibration monitoring and actual fan trim
balance operation.
At the end of the course the participants will be able to perform CFM56-5C engine vibration
monitoring, evaluation, and fan trim balancing.

DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Vibration Monitoring System
Cold Fan Trim Balancing
a. One Shot Plot Procedure
b. Vectorial Analysis Procedure
Static Imbalance Correction
Ground Fan Trim Balancing
Review/Examination

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
3.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

: CFM56-5C Engine Line & Base Maintenance Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

15

20

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Date: 01/27/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types and Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE :

CFM56-5C (A340 Aircraft) ENGINE BORESCOPE INSPECTION (565CBILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the CFM56-5C Engine Borescope procedure. After the 2-part
course, the participants will be able to:
Part 1

(Engine Gas path & Borescope Equipt Fam)


locate and identify engine borescope ports, describe the borescope equipment/
probe, identify and describe the various defects

Part 2

Engine Borescope Hands-on)


perform engine borescope inspection, detect defects along the engines gas path,
interpret defects and evaluate deterioration/damage

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft and Shop Inspectors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Part 1:
Introduction
Engine Gas Path Familiarization/
Borescope Ports and Locations
Theory of Borescope Inspection
Borescope Equipment Description
Defect Definition

0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr

Part 2:
Engine Gas Path Inspection & Techniques
Comparative Measurement

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

16

20

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Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types and Systems Courses

PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES


TITLE

LEVEL :

CFM56-5C (A340 Aircraft) ENGINE TROUBLESHOOTING & CHECKS


(565CTCLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions and CBT (Computer Based Training) sessions on the CFM56-5C
Engine Troubleshooting and Checks.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform engine troubleshooting and checks in
accordance with manufacturers specifications.
DESIGNED FOR

All Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Engine Operating Limits
Engine Troubleshooting Intro
Engine Troubleshooting
CBT
Engine Checks Introduction
Engine Motoring/Engine Starting
Powerplant Test/Checks Procedure
CBT
Review / Quiz / Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
9.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

: CFM56-5C Engine Line & Base Maintenance Course, or


A340 A&P Ground Engineers Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

17

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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PART 2-3 CFMI ENGINE COURSES

( INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK )

18

Revision: 01
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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-4 APU TRAINING COURSES


TITLE:

APS 3200 (A320) APU LINE & BASE MAINTENANCE COURSE (APSAMCLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course provides a comprehensive discussion on the construction, operation and maintenance of
the Sundstrand Aerospace APIC auxiliary power unit model APS 3200 of the A320 aircraft. Adequate
time is allotted for aircraft and shop visits to reinforce student understanding.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to operate, maintain and diagnose APU related
troubles.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Maint personnel


Inspectors
Engineers/Specialists

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Specifications and Limits
Basic Construction
System operation and interface
Pneumatics
Lubrication
Fuel
Electrical/Ignition
Exam
Control/Display/Tests
Maintenance and Troubleshooting
Aircraft/Shop Visit
Review/Examination/Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-4 APU TRAINING COURSES


TITLE:

131-9A APU (A320) APU LINE & BASE MAINTENANCE COURSE (131ALBLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course provides a comprehensive discussion on the construction, operation and maintenance of
the Honeywell 131-9A auxiliary power unit model of the A320 aircraft. Adequate time is allotted for
aircraft/shop visits to reinforce student understanding.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to operate, maintain and diagnose APU related
troubles.

DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Maint personnel


Inspectors
Engineers/Specialists

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description
Installation and Interface
Theory of Operation and Construction
Lubrication System
Fuel System
Pneumatic System
Electrical Accessories
Electronic Control Box and CMS Operation/
System Tests/Troubleshooting
Aircraft/ Shop Visit
Review/Examination/Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-4 APU TRAINING COURSES


TITLE:

GTCP331-350 (A340/330 Acft) APU LINE & BASE MAINT COURSE


(G350MCLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course provides a comprehensive discussion on the construction, operation and maintenance of
the Allied- Signal Garrett auxiliary power unit model GTCP331-350 of the A340-300 and A330-300
aircraft. Adequate period is allotted for aircraft and shop visits to reinforce student understanding.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to operate, maintain and diagnose APU related
troubles.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance personnel


Inspectors
Engineers

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Specifications and Limits
Basic Construction
System operation and interface
Pneumatics
Lubrication
Fuel
Electrical/Ignition
Control/Display/Tests
Maint &Troubleshooting
Aircraft/Shop Visit
Review/Examination/Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-4 APU TRAINING COURSES


TITLE:

GTCP 331-350 (A340/330) APU BORESCOPE INSPECTION (G350BILTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the GTCP 331-350 APU Borescope procedure. After the 2-part
course, the participants will be able to:
Part 1:
a.
b.
c.
d.

(APU Gas path & Borescope Equipt Fam)


locate and identify APU borescope ports
describe the borescope equipment/probe
review borescope procedure in the AMM
describe & familiarize various defects

Part 2:
a.
b.
c.

(Engine Borescope Hands-on)


perform engine borescope inspection
detect defects along the APU gas path
Interpret defects and evaluate deterioration/damage

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft and Shop Inspectors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Part 1:
Introduction
APU Gas Path Review/
Borescope Ports and Locations
Borescope Equipment Description
BSI Procedure Familiarization

0.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs

Part 2:
Hands-on BSI Inspection & Techniques
Comparative Measurement

3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

10

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-4 APU TRAINING COURSES


TITLE:

GTCP85-129 (B737-300 Acft) APU LINE & BASE MAINT COURSE (G129MCLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course provides a comprehensive discussion on the construction, operation and maintenance of
the Allied- Signal Garrett auxiliary power unit model GTCP85-129 of the B737-300 aircraft. Adequate
period is allotted for aircraft and shop visits to reinforce student understanding.
At the end of the course, the participant will be able to operate, maintain and diagnose APU related
troubles.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance personnel


Inspectors
Engineers/Specialists

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Specifications and Limits
Basic Construction
System operation and interface
Pneumatics
Lubrication
Fuel
Electrical/Ignition
Control/Display/Tests
Maint and Troubleshooting
Aircraft/Shop Visit
Review/Examination/Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-4 APU TRAINING COURSES


TITLE:

GTCP-85 Series APU FAMILIARIZATION (G85FAMLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course is designed to provide maintenance personnel with the training required to service,
inspect, and operate the GTCP-85 series Auxiliary Power Unit (APU), isolate and correct
malfunctions, in accordance with manufacturer specifications and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Description and Applications
Theory and Construction
Operation Procedures & Limits
Exercise One
Lubrication System
Exercise Two
Fuel System
Exercises Three & Four
Bleed Air System
Exercise Five
Pneumatic Temp Control
Exercises Six & Seven
Thermostat Systems
Exercise Eight
Electrical Accessories
Exercise Nine
Aircraft/Shop Visit
Review/Examination/Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-4 APU TRAINING COURSES


TITLE:

PW 901A (B747-400 Acft) APU LINE & BASE MAINT COURSE (PW1AMCLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course provides a comprehensive discussion on the construction, operation and maintenance of
the Pratt and Whitney auxiliary power unit model PW901A of the B747-400 aircraft. Adequate period
is allotted for aircraft and shop visits to reinforce student understanding. At the end of the course, the
participant will be able to operate, maintain and diagnose APU related troubles.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance personnel


Inspectors/Engineers

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Specifications and Limits
Basic Construction
System operation and interface
Pneumatics
Lubrication
Fuel
Electrical/Ignition
Control/Display/Tests
Maint and Troubleshooting
Aircraft/Shop Visit
Review/Examination

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-4 APU TRAINING COURSES


TITLE:

PW 901A (B747-400) APU BORESCOPE INSPECTION (PW9ABILTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the PW901A APU Borescope procedure. After the 2-part course,
the participants will be able to:
Part 1:
a.
b.
c.
d.

(APU Gas path & Borescope Equipt Fam)


locate and identify APU borescope ports
describe the borescope equipment/probe
review borescope procedure in the AMM
describe & familiarize various defects

Part 2:
a.
b.
c.

(Engine Borescope Hands-on)


perform engine borescope inspection
detect defects along the APU gas path
interpret defects and evaluate deterioration/damage

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft and Shop Inspectors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Part 1:
Introduction
APU Gas Path Review/
Borescope Ports and Locations
Borescope Equipment Description
BSI Procedure Familiarization

0.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs

Part 2:
Hands-on BSI Inspection & Techniques
Comparative Measurement

3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr

Basic Powerplant Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

10

Revision: 02
Date: 11/07/2005

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Part 2 Engine Types & Systems Courses

PART 2-4 APU TRAINING COURSES


TITLE:

APS 3200 (A320 Aircraft) APU RECURRENT COURSE (320PLRLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a guided group discussion and review of the APS 3200 APU performance. It also
includes discussions on proper usage of technical maintenance publications and documentation.
At the end of the course, the participant will recall the basic features of the APS 3200 APU, Engine
Systems operation, and Engine Performance with emphasis on troubleshooting procedures and
safety precautions, to be able to perform maintenance on the engine in accordance with the
manufacturer's maintenance manual procedures and safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance Mechanics


Engine Shop Personnel
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Basic Construction Review
Systems Operation & Interface Review
Pneumatics System Review
Lubrication System Review
Fuel System Review
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Maint Manual/Tech Publication/Documentation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

: APS 3200 (A320 Aircraft) APU Line and Base Maintenance


Course or A320 A&P Ground Engineer's Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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TITLE:

PW901A (B747-400 Aircraft) APU RECURRENT COURSE (PW9ALRLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a guided group discussion and review of the PW901A APU performance. It also
includes discussions on proper usage of technical maintenance publications and documentation.
At the end of the course, the participant will recall the basic features of the PW901A APU, Engine
Systems operation, and Engine Performance with emphasis on troubleshooting procedures and
safety precautions, to be able to perform maintenance on the engine in accordance with the
manufacturer's maintenance manual procedures and safety practices.
DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance Mechanics


Engine Shop Personnel
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Basic Construction Review
Systems Operation & Interface Review
Pneumatics System Review
Lubrication System Review
Fuel System Review
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Maint Manual/Tech Publication/Documentation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE :

1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

PW901A (B747-400 Aircraft) APU Line and Base


Maintenance Course or B747-400 A&P Ground Engrs
Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

10

20

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TITLE:

GTCP85-129 (B737 Aircraft) APU RECURRENT COURSE (G129LRLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a guided group discussion and review of the GTCP85-129 APU performance. It also
includes discussions on proper usage of technical maintenance publications and documentation.
At the end of the course, the participant will recall the basic features of the GTCP85-129 APU, Engine
Systems operation, and Engine Performance with emphasis on troubleshooting procedures and
safety precautions, to be able to perform maintenance on the engine in accordance with the
manufacturer's maintenance manual procedures and safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance Mechanics


Engine Shop Personnel
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days )

SYLLABUS :

Basic Construction Review


Systems Operation & Interface Review
Pneumatics System Review
Lubrication System Review
Fuel System Review
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Maint Manual/Tech Publication/Documentation

1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE : GTCP85-129 (B737 Aircraft) APU Line and Base Maintenance
Course or B737 A&P Ground Engrs Initial Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

11

20

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TITLE:

GTCP331-350 (A340/A330 Aircraft) APU RECURRENT COURSE (G350LRLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a guided group discussion and review of the GTCP331-350 APU performance. It also
includes discussions on proper usage of technical maintenance publications and documentation.
At the end of the course, the participant will recall the basic features of the GTCP331-350 APU,
Engine Systems operation, and Engine Performance with emphasis on troubleshooting procedures
and safety precautions, to be able to perform maintenance on the engine in accordance with the
manufacturer's maintenance manual procedures and safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Maintenance Mechanics


Engine Shop Personnel
Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists
Technical Training Instructors

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days )

SYLLABUS :
Basic Construction Review
Systems Operation & Interface Review
Pneumatics System Review
Lubrication System Review
Fuel System Review
Maintenance & Troubleshooting
Maint Manual/Tech Publication/Documentation

1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
GTCP331-350 (A340/A330 Aircraft) APU Line and Base Maintenance Course or
A340/A330 A&P Ground Engineer's Initial Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

12

20

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TITLE

LEVEL :

AIRNAV TRAINING (IAIRNAVLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to familiarize the participants with the new electronic documentation of Airbus
aircraft. At the end of the course, the participants will learn the Airn@v product outline as well as learn
how to navigate on different documentation like Aircraft Maintenance Manual, Illustrated Parts
Catalogue, Troubleshooting Manual, Aircraft Schematic Manual, Aircraft Wiring Manual and Electrical
Standard Practices Manual.
DESIGNED FOR

All mechanics maintaining A340, A330 and A320 aircraft

DURATION

6.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Airn@v Product Outline
AMM Navigation
IPC Navigation
TSM Navigation
Troubleshooting Practices
ASM / AWM / AWL / ESPM Navigation

1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.5
1.0

Hr
Hr
Hr
Hr
Hr
Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Airbus GEIC particularly with knowledge on ATA 45 (On Board Maintenance System)
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:
15 (depending on the available number of computers)

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TITLE

LEVEL :

PAL AIRCRAFT REDUCED VERTICAL SEPARATION MINIMUM (RVSM)


MAINTENANCE INITIAL COURSE (IGENRVSLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course aims to familiarize Avionics and A&P Line & Base Maintenance personnel on the
operational requirements of Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) as mandated by the
Regulatory Authorities.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform the maintenance checks related to
navigational equipment installed on PR aircraft that are affected by RVSM, in accordance with
mandatory requirements to ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers
Inspectors

DURATION:

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS:
Introduction/RVSM History/RVSM Implementation/
Importance of RVSM/Operating Procedures/
Minimum Equipment for RVSM/
RVSM Flight Envelope

0.5 Hr

RVSM Maintenance Program

1.5 Hr

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.

Continued Airworthiness Compliance


Maintenance Training Requirements
RVSM Maintenance Contracted to Other Organization
Maintenance Records
Test Equipment Calibration
Maintenance Procedure for Non Compliant Aircraft
Reporting & Investigating Height Keeping Errors
Maintenance Practices & Operating Procedures
RVSM Status Card
Responsibilities

PR A340/A330 Aircraft (343RVSLTTP*):


a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.

1.0 Hr

Aircraft Effectivity
Full RVSM Envelope Boundaries
A340/A330 RVSM Envelope Limit
A340-300 Avionics Equipment
A330-300 Avionics Equipment
A340/A330 Required Equipment for RVSM Operations
Airframe Requirements
Maintenance Program Differences
Accomplishment of RVSM Status Card

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TITLE

PAL AIRCRAFT REDUCED VERTICAL SEPARATION MINIMUM (RVSM)


MAINTENANCE INITIAL COURSE (IGENRVSLTTP)

Cont.
PR A320 Aircraft (320RVSLTTP*):
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.

1.0 Hr

Aircraft Effectivity
Full RVSM Envelope Boundaries
A320 RVSM Envelope Limit
A320-200 Avionics Equipment
A320 Required Equipment for RVSM Operations
Airframe Requirements
Maintenance Program Differences
Accomplishment of RVSM Status Card

PR B747-400 Aircraft (400RVSLTTP*):


a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.

1.0 Hr

Aircraft Effectivity
Full RVSM Envelope Boundaries
B747-400 RVSM Envelope Limit
B747-400 Avionics Equipment
B747-400 Required Equipment for RVSM Operations
Airframe Requirements
Maintenance Program Differences
Accomplishment of RVSM Status Card

PR B737-300/-400 Aircraft (734RVSLTTP*):


a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.

1.0 Hr

Aircraft Effectivity
Full RVSM Envelope Boundaries
B737-300/-400 RVSM Envelope Limit
B737-300/-400 Avionics Equipment
B737-300/-400 Required Equipment for RVSM Operations
Airframe Requirements
Maintenance Program Differences
Accomplishment of RVSM Status Card

* Course Code if the course covers the particular aircraft type only.
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

For Avionics: A340/A330/A320/B747-400/B737 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course


For A&P: A340/A330/A320/B747-400/B737 Blackbox Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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TITLE

LEVEL :

PAL AIRCRAFT REDUCED VERTICAL SEPARATION MINIMUM (RVSM)


MAINTENANCE RECURRENT COURSE (IGENRVRLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course covers a review of the requirements specific to Philippine Airlines operations for Reduced
Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM) as mandated by the Regulatory Authorities. This recurrent
course must be taken every two (2) years in compliance with PALs approved maintenance program.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
a.
review and update their knowledge to meet the requirement of the rating, and
b.
perform the maintenance checks related to navigational equipment installed on PR
aircraft that are affected by RVSM in accordance with mandatory requirements to
ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers
Inspectors

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS:
Review of RVSM Implementation/Operating Procedures/
Minimum Equipment for RVSM/RVSM Flight Envelope/
Review and discussion of revisions of RVSM Maintenance
Program

1.0 Hr

PR A340/A330 Aircraft (343RVRLTTP*):

0.5 Hr

Review of RVSM Requirement for PR A340/A330 Aircraft/


Aircraft Effectivity/ Full RVSM Envelope Boundaries/
A340-300 Avionics Equipment/A330-300 Avionics Equipment/
A340/A330 Required Equipment for RVSM Operations/
Airframe Requirements/ Maintenance Program Differences
and Updates/Accomplishment of RVSM Status Card
PR A320 Aircraft (320RVRLTTP*):

0.5 Hr

Review of RVSM Requirement for PR A320 Aircraft/


Aircraft Effectivity/ Full RVSM Envelope Boundaries/
A320-200 Avionics Equipment/A320 Required Equipment for
RVSM Operations/Airframe Requirements/ Maintenance
Program Differences and Updates/Accomplishment of RVSM Status Card
PR B747-400 Aircraft (400RVRLTTP*):

0.5 Hr

Review of RVSM Requirement for PR B747-400 Aircraft/


Aircraft Effectivity/ Full RVSM Envelope Boundaries/
B747-400 Avionics Equipment/B747-400 Required
Equipment for RVSM Operations/Airframe Requirements/
Maintenance Program Differences and Updates/
Accomplishment of RVSM Status Card

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TITLE

PAL AIRCRAFT REDUCED VERTICAL SEPARATION MINIMUM (RVSM)


MAINTENANCE RECURRENT COURSE (IGENRVRLTTP)

Cont.
PR B737-300/-400 Aircraft (734RVRLTTP*):

0.5 Hr

Review of RVSM Requirement for PR B737 Aircraft/


Aircraft Effectivity/ Full RVSM Envelope Boundaries/
B737-300/-400 Avionics Equipment/B737-300/-400 Required
Equipment for RVSM Operations/Airframe Requirements/
Maintenance Program Differences and Updates/
Accomplishment of RVSM Status Card

* Course Code if the course covers the particular aircraft type only.

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

PAL Aircraft RVSM Maintenance Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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TITLE

LEVEL :

PAL AIRCRAFT REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP-10)


MAINTENANCE INITIAL COURSE (IGENRNPLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course aims to familiarize Avionics and A&P Line & Base Maintenance personnel on the
operational requirements of Required Navigation Performance (RNP-10) as mandated by the
Regulatory Authorities.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform the maintenance checks related to
navigational equipment installed on PR aircraft that are affected by RNP-10, in accordance with
mandatory requirements to ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers
Inspectors

DURATION:

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS:
Introduction/History/Benefits/FAA RNP-10 Operational
Requirements/RNP-10 Routes within PALs area of
Operations/Operating Procedures for flight in RNP-10 airspace

0.5 Hr

RNP-10 Maintenance Program:

1.5 Hr

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
j.

Minimum Equipment for RNP-10 operations


Maintenance Program/Task
Maintenance Training Requirements
RNP-10 Maintenance Contracted to other organization
Maintenance Records
Maintenance Procedures for Non Compliant aircraft
Reporting & Investigating Navigation Accuracy Errors
Test Equipment Calibration
Accomplishment of RNP-10 Status Card
Responsibilities

PR A340/A330 Aircraft (343RNPLTTP*):


a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.

1.0 Hr

Aircraft Effectivity
A340 List Avionics Equipment for RNP-10 Operations
A340 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (with GPS)
A340 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (without GPS)
A330 List of Avionics Equipment for RNP-10 Operations
A330 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (with GPS)
A330 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (without GPS)
Accomplishment of RNP-10 Status Card

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TITLE

PAL AIRCRAFT REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP-10)


MAINTENANCE INITIAL COURSE (IGENRNPLTTP)

Cont.
PR A320 Aircraft (320RNPLTTP*):
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

1.0 Hr

Aircraft Effectivity
A320 List Avionics Equipment for RNP-10 Operations
A320 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (with GPS)
A320 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (without GPS)
Accomplishment of RNP-10 Status Card

PR B747-400 Aircraft (400RNPLTTP*):


a.
b.
c.
d.
f.

1.0 Hr

Aircraft Effectivity
B747-400 List Avionics Equipment for RNP-10 Operations
B747-400 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (with GPS)
A320 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (without GPS)
Accomplishment of RNP-10 Status Card

PR B737-300/-400 Aircraft (734RNPLTTP*):


1.0 Hr
a.
Aircraft Effectivity
b.
B737-300/-400 List Avionics Equipment for RNP-10 Operations
c.
B737-300/-400 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (with GPS)
d.
B737-300/-400 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (without GPS)
e.
Accomplishment of RNP-10 Status Card
* Course Code if the course covers the particular aircraft type only.

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

For Avionics: A340/A330/A320/B747-400/B737 Avionics Ground Engineers Initial Course


For A&P:A340/A330/A320/B747-400/B737 Blackbox Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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LEVEL:

PAL AIRCRAFT REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP-10)


MAINTENANCE RECURRENT COURSE (IGENRNRLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The course covers a review of the requirements specific to Philippine Airlines operations for Required
Navigation Performance (RNP-10) as mandated by the Regulatory Authorities. This recurrent course
must be taken every two (2) years in compliance with PALs approved maintenance program.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
a.
review and update their knowledge to meet the requirement of the rating, and
b.
perform the maintenance checks related to navigational equipment installed on PR
aircraft that are affected by RNP-10 in accordance with mandatory requirements to
ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

Line & Base Maintenance Avionics and A/P Mechanics


Foreign Ground Handlers
Inspectors

DURATION:

3.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS:

Review of FAA RNP-10 Operational/ Requirements/


1.0 Hr
RNP-10 Routes within PALs area of Operations/
Operating Procedures for flight in RNP-10 airspace/
Review and discussion of revisions of RNP-10 Maintenance Program

PR A340/A330 Aircraft (343RNRLTTP*):

0.5 Hr

Review Aircraft Effectivity/A340 List Avionics Equipment


for RNP-10 Operations/A340 Minimum Equipment
Required for RNP-10 (with GPS)/A340 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10
(without GPS)/A330 List of Avionics Equipment for RNP-10 Operations/A330
Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 (with GPS)/A330 Minimum Equipment
Required for RNP-10 (without GPS)/Accomplishment of RNP-10 Status Card

PR A320 Aircraft (320RNRLTTP*):

0.5 Hr

Review Aircraft Effectivity/A320 List Avionics Equipment for


RNP-10 Operations/A320 Minimum Equipment Required for
RNP-10 (with GPS)/A320 Minimum Equipment Required for
RNP-10 (without GPS)/Accomplishment of RNP-10 Status Card

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TITLE

PAL AIRCRAFT REQUIRED NAVIGATION PERFORMANCE (RNP-10)


MAINTENANCE RECURRENT COURSE (IGENRNRLTTP)

Cont.
PR B747-400 Aircraft (400RNRLTTP*):

0.5 Hr

Review Aircraft Effectivity/B747-400 List Avionics Equipment for


RNP-10 Operations/B747-400 Minimum Equipment Required for
RNP-10 (with GPS)/A320 Minimum Equipment Required for
RNP-10 (without GPS)/Accomplishment of RNP-10 Status Card
PR B737-300/-400 Aircraft (734RNRLTTP*):

0.5 Hr

Review Aircraft Effectivity/B737-300 List Avionics Equipment for RNP-10


Operations/B737-300/-400 Minimum Equipment Required for RNP-10 /
Accomplishment of RNP-10 Status Card
* Course Code if the course covers the particular aircraft type only.

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

PR Aircraft RNP-10 Maintenance Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

This course conforms to ATA Specification 104 at Level 4 Training Standard.

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TITLE

PAL AIRCRAFT RVSM/RNP-10/CAT II AWARENESS COURSE (IGENRRCLTTP)

COURSE LEVEL

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course discusses the basic concepts and minimum equipment requirement of Reduced Vertical
Separation Minimum (RVSM), RNP-10 (Required Navigation Performance) and CAT II operations. It
covers discussion of RVSM, RNP-10 and CAT II equipment installed on PAL aircraft (i.e., B747-400,
B737-300/400, A340, A330 and A320).
DESIGNED FOR

A&P mechanics with Return-To-Service (RTS) Authorization

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
RVSM:
Basic Concept of RVSM
Minimum Equipment Requirement for RVSM operations
RVSM Equipment installed on PAL B747-400 aircraft
RVSM Equipment installed on PAL B737-300/400 aircraft
RVSM Equipment installed on PAL A340/A330/A320 Aircraft

1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr

RNP-10
Basic Concept of RNP-10
Minimum Equipment Requirement for RNP-10 operations
RNP-10 Equipment installed on PAL B747-400 aircraft
RNP-10 Equipment installed on PAL B737-300 aircraft
RNP-10 Equipment installed on PAL A340/A330/A320 Aircraft

1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr

CAT II
Basic Concept of CAT II
Minimum Equipment Requirement for CAT II operations
CAT II Equipment installed on PAL B747-400 aircraft
CAT II Equipment installed on PAL B737-300/400 aircraft
CAT II Equipment installed on PAL A340/A330/A320 Aircraft

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

10

20

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TITLE

ELECTRICAL CABLES AND CONNECTORS (ECCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course covers theoretical discussion and practical exercises on electrical cables and connectors.
At the end of the course the students will be able to:
a)
b)
c)
d)

Understand the theoretical fundamentals of the subject.


give the general description of the subject using, as appropriate, typical examples.
read and understand sketches, drawings and schematics describing the subject.
apply his knowledge in a practical manner using detailed procedures.

DESIGNED FOR

Line and Base Avionics Mechanics

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 days)

SYLLABUS:
Materials and Hardware:
Cable types, construction and characteristics
High tension and co axial cables
Crimping
Connector types, pins, plugs, sockets, insulators,
Current and voltage rating, coupling, identification codes

6.0 Hrs

Maintenance Practices:

6.0 Hrs

Continuity, insulation and bonding techniques and testing


Use of crimp tools: hand and hydraulic operated
Testing of crimp tools
Connector pin removal and insertion
Co axial cables: Testing and insulation precautions
Wiring protection techniques: Cable looming and
loom support, cables clamp, protective sleeving techniques
including heat shrink wrapping, shielding
Practical Exercises on Wiring Board:
Routing and Connecting of Wires
Evaluation of Exercise
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

18.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS

11

12

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LEVEL :

PR LOADABLE SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE TRAINING COURSE (IPRLSWLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course will give an overview regarding loadable software LRUs, airborne and portable data
loaders, software media handling, MEL requirements on loadable software, AMM procedures and
software configuration. This course aims to ensure that personnel will properly handle loadable
softwares.
DESIGNED FOR

Personnel involved in handling loadable software from acquisition to


disposal

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Definition of Terms
PAL GMM Control No. 5-1-71
Loadable Software Maintenance Program
General
Policies
Software Acquisition
Software Media Handling, Shipping Storage
Software Copying
GSE Software Generation
Pool Parts
Receiving and Distributing Software
Software Media Disposal
Configuration Management of Software
Software Loading
Loadable Software Maintenance Training Course
Loadable Software Maintenance Program Availability
Responsibilities
Procedures
LTP RSQCM Control No. 3-3-1
SOFTWARE QUALITY ASSURANCE

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs

1.0 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

12

20

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LEVEL :

MAS 2000E IFE SYSTEM LINE MAINT TRBLSHOOTING & FAM COURSE
(MASIFTLTTP)*
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides Avionics Line Maintenance personnel with training on the MAS2000E In-Flight
Entertainment System and its interface with the aircraft cabin avionics systems. The course includes
detailed system description, including minor & major troubleshooting, system operating and
maintenance procedures, and software loading procedures.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform normal maintenance and servicing,
removal and installation of LRUs, and troubleshooting and rectification of the MAS2000E System and
related aircraft interfaces in accordance with manufacturer specifications and safety practices.
DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Maint Avionics Mechanics


Inspectors/Engineers/Specialists

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Cabin Systems Overview
MAS 2000E System Description
Passenger Visual Information Sys (PVIS)
MAS 2000E LRUs Description
Signal Flow
MAS 2000E Operating Procedures
MAS 2000E BITE/Maintenance Screens
System Software
Operation and Maintenance
System Troubleshooting
OJT: Part 1 Passenger Music System
Part 2 Passenger Video System

0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
0.25 Hr
0.25 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

*Course Code varies per particular aircraft type.


RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course


Digital Techniques

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

13

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IH T-500 TOW TRACTOR OPN /FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (GEC621LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with training on the IH model T-500 tow tractor operation, minor
servicing and maintenance, and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Ground Equipment Operators

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Familiarization / Location / Use of all Instruments/Controls
Actual Unit Familiarization (OJT)
Routine Inspection before and after operating the unit
Safety Precautions
Practical Examination / Quiz

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr

Operators Permit

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

14

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14 CFR PART 21 OVERVIEW (FAR21OLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is an overview of the US FAA Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 21 (Certification
Procedures for Product and Parts). This regulation prescribes the procedural requirements for the
issue of type certificates, production certificates, certificate of airworthiness, and export airworthiness
approvals. It also covers procedural requirements for the approval of certain materials, parts,
processes and appliances.
At the end of the course, the participants will have an appreciable understanding of the design
requirements pertaining to products and parts produce under the US FAA Federal Aviation
Regulations.
DESIGNED FOR

All maintenance personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction Intl/US Aviation Regulations
History
Purpose
Scope
14 CFR Part 21
Type Certificates
Supplemental Type Certificates
Certificate of Airworthiness
Export Certificate of Airworthiness
Technical Standard Order (TSO)
Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA)
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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14 CFR PART 43 OVERVIEW (FAR43OLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is an overview of the US FAA Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 43 (Maintenance,
Preventive Maintenance, Rebuilding and Alteration). This regulation prescribes the rules governing
maintenance, preventive maintenance, alteration and rebuilding of airframes, powerplant, propeller
and appliances
At the end of the course, the participants will have a general understanding of the US FAA regulatory
requirements to be able to comply with this regulation in the performance of aircraft and component
maintenance and ensure the safety of aircraft operations
DESIGNED FOR

All maintenance personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 day)

SYLLABUS :
Applicability
Performance of Maintenance,
Preventive Maintenance, Alteration and
Rebuilding
Approval of Return to Service
Approval of Maintenance,
Preventive Maintenance, Alteration and
Rebuilding
Required Records and Contents
Major Alterations and Major Repair

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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A330/A340 STRUCTURE REPAIR (MISASRLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The participant will acquire an understanding of Airbus structural design philosophies as well as
knowledge and skills required to perform structure repair work on A330/A340 aircraft during line and
base maintenance.
After successful completion of the course the participant will be able to:
- Apply aircraft specific drawings and manuals such as SRM, CMM and IPC
- Name, identify and locate aircraft structural components
- Describe the aircraft structural design philosophies
- Classify damages and determine necessary repair procedures
- Perform structural repair work in accordance with the SRM
DESIGNED FOR

Sheetmetal workers, Airframe mechanics, Airframe engineers

DURATION

5 Days

Units Theory: 25
Units Practical: 0

SYLLABUS :
ATA 06 / Dimensions and Areas:
- Coordinates, Stations and Sections
- Aircraft Zones

1320 Minutes

ATA 51/ Structures, General:


- Metallic Materials
- Composite Materials
- Corrosion Removal and Protection
- Sealant Compounds
- Fasteners
ATA 52-57 / Structural Build-up:
- Doors
- Fuselage
- Nacelles/pylons
- Stabilizer
- Windows
- Wings
ATA 52-57 / Structural Repair Manual (SRM):
- Manual Layout
- Effectivity
- Page Block Allocation
- Procedures for Manual Usage
- Damage Classifications
- Manual Training
Examination / Debriefing
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE :

55 Minutes
Skilled workers in sheet metal repair, or airframe mechanics/
Engineers with fundamental knowledge in structure repair
but with no experience on A330/A340.

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES (IACINTLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course will provide students the basic knowledge and skills needed to investigate an accident. At
the end of the course, the participant will be able to understand the entire process of accident
investigation, know how to conduct an interview in an accident as well as learn how to determine the
probable cause of an accident and to develop safety recommendations
DESIGNED FOR

Accident Investigators, Quality Management personnel

DURATION

11.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Accident Prevention
Investigative Procedure
Fact-Finding
Interviewing Technique
Problem Solving Techniques
a. Change Analysis
b. Job Safety Analysis
Report of Investigation
Maintenance Error Decision Aid (MEDA)
Summary

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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ADVANCED AIRCRAFT MATERIALS (MISAAMLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The participant will acquire general knowledge concerning the performance, properties and specific
use of advanced metallic and composite materials on modern transport aircraft.
At the end of the course, the student will be able to:
- Describe the material applications on aircraft structure
- Describe the material properties of metallic and composite structure
- Recognize structural defects caused by overload, corrosion, FOD and fatigue
- Describe cabin interior materials
- Describe future material developments
- Understand the need for surface protection

DESIGNED FOR

Sheetmetal workers, Airframe mechanics, Airframe engineers

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
ATA 51-20 / Processes and Procedures

8.5 Hrs

Processes:
- Superplastic Forming
- Diffusion Bonding
- Metal Bonding and Adhesives
- Fatigue Improvement
Surface Protection:
- Requirements
- Treatment of Aluminum, Titanium and Steel
- Treatment of Composite Parts
- Organic Coatings
- Fastener Protection
- Sealants

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Cont.
ATA 51-30 / Materials:
Metallic Material:
- Properties
- Applications on Modern Transport Aircraft
- Developments of Future Programs
- Aluminum Alloys
- Titanium Alloys
- Steel
- Glare

8.5 Hrs

Non-Metallic Materials:
- Properties
- Applications on Modern Transport Aircraft
- Composite Structure Overview
- Design Principles (CFRP, GFRP, AFRP)
-Interior Materials
-Cabin Requirements for Composites
Examination / Debriefing

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr

Skilled worker in sheet metal repair, airframe mechanics/engineers


RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

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AIRCRAFT COMPOSITE FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (BSCACRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the course, the participants will learn, understand, and be familiar with repairs on
composites materials in accordance with approved procedures and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

Sheet metal workers / Inspectors

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Composites Material - Intro
Structural design concepts & application
Typical Fabrication Process
Structural Repair Manual (SRM)
Repair Procedure - typical
Specific Repair Procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Material & Structural Repair Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

15

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ADVANCED PRODUCTION PLANNING & CONTROL COURSE (PPC307LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussion on the scope of production planning & control with emphasis on project
scheduling. At the end of the course, the participant will be able to learn and understand advanced
production planning and control techniques in scheduling aircraft maintenance to ensure the safety of
aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR

Production Planners and Material Controllers

DURATION

Lecture
Project Presentation

: 30.0 Hrs (5 Days)


: 4.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Class Activity - Developing a Business
Overview of Production Planning & Control
Forecasting
Project Scheduling Techniques
Material Standard & Scheduling in Project
Manpower Standard & Scheduling in Project
Project Monitoring & Control - Crashing/Adjusting
Performance Analysis
Aids in Project Planning & Control
Pre-finals/Assignment
Review/Finals
Project Presentation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
12.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs

Basic Production Planning & Control Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AIRBUS LAVATORY TRAINING (AIBLAVLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course shall focus on the Airbus aircraft lavatory installed in an A340/A330/A320 aircraft under
ATA 25 of the AMM. It will cover specific construction, description and operation, testing, repair and
cleaning procedures and also highlighting certain peculiarities of its part numbers. The students will
also be familiarized on the manufacturers CMM used in lavatory overhaul. An On-the-Job training will
be provided to reinforce student knowledge.
DESIGNED FOR

Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Aircraft lavatory arrangement and layout
Description and Operation
Test and Fault Isolation
CMM/IPL Familiarization
Shop/aircraft visit
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
Aircraft Lavatory Fundamentals

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

15

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AIRBUS SRM FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (BSCSRALTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to provide the participants with training on the proper usage and application of the
Airbus Structural Repair Manual (SRM). At the end of the course, the participants will be able to
effectively use the SRM as a reference for work procedures and safety instructions in the performance
of aircraft maintenance work and shop processes.
DESIGNED FOR

DURATION

Engineers
Inspectors
Technicians
Welders
Sheetmetal workers
:

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Course Objectives
Course Coverage
Introduction to the Airbus SRM
Methodology in Using the SRM
Demo Exercises
Hands-on Exercises
Review and Conclusion

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr

1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Materials and Structural Repair Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

10

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AIRBUS STRUCTURES RECURRENT (MISSRALTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the course, the participant will review and keep his knowledge up-to-date on
new technological developments in Airbus aircraft structures and structural materials to be
able to perform maintenance on Airbus aircraft structures in accordance with applicable and
current manufacturer maintenance manuals to ensure the reliability and safety of aircraft
operations.

DESIGNED FOR

Structural Shop personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft Structures & Materials Review
Structural Performance Reliability
Structural Repair Practices Review & Update
Structural Maintenance Manual Review & Update

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Material & Structural Repair Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

11

15

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AIRBUS TECH PUB FAMILIARIZATION (ABTPUBLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers discussions on the features of the Airbus aircraft AMM & IPC in paper and CDROM formats. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to effectively use the AMM & IPC
in the performance of maintenance work to ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
1. Introduction
Technical Publications - General
ATA Specification Requirement
CD-ROM format
2. AMM
Organization & content
Front Matter at beginning of AMM
Front Matter at beginning of Chapter
Chapter Breakdown
Page Block assignment
Body Text
3. IPC organization and Content
Organization & content
Front Matter at beginning of IPC
Numerical Index
Explanation of IPC data
Interchangeability relationships
ACRT

0.75 Hr

2.5 Hrs

2.75 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Basic Aircraft Course
Participants must be familiar with Windows based application
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

12

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AIRCRAFT BATTERY RECURRENT (MISBERLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course provides a review of the operation and maintenance of aircraft battery systems of all PALoperated aircraft including industry updates, Reliability highlights, and revisions to technical
documentation pertaining to safe handling and efficient operation of batteries.
DESIGNED FOR

Shop personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs. (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft Batteries - Review
Reliability
Industry Updates
Documentation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Basic Electricity or Aircraft Battery Training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

13

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AIRCRAFT CABIN MAINTENANCE TRAINING PROGRAM (ACCMTPLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course is designed for graduates of any aircraft or engineering course or equivalent who desire
to pursue a career specializing in the field of aircraft cabin maintenance.
At the end of the course the participants will be able to:
a. understand, identify and explain the basic components and function of aircraft cabin
structures including related airframe systems particularly ATA 25.
b. explain and perform the safety procedures associated with the operation of related
airframe systems.
c. demonstrate the correct use, function and handling of different bench tools based on
manufacturers recommended safe handling and maintenance procedures.
d. understand the airworthiness regulations governing aircraft maintenance to ensure
safety of aircraft.
e. read and use the correct technical documentations to ensure that work is done in
accordance with approved documents.
f.
Imbue the core and positive values they will need to render work functions with a high
degree of professionalism.
g. prepare themselves in the actual work environment and develop a good working
relationship with their colleagues.

DESIGNED FOR:

Cabin Mechanics

DURATION:

120 days

SYLLABUS:
Part 1 - Theoretical
Indoctrination/Orientation
Values and Attitudes
Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance
Civil Air Regulations
FAR 145/RSQCM
EASA Part 145/MOE
Blueprint Reading
Aircraft Technical Publications
Structural Repair Manual (SRM) Familiarization
Materials and Hardware/Maintenance Practices
Corrosion Control
ATA 25 Equipment and Furnishings w/
aircraft and shop visit
Electrical Fundamentals
Jet Aircraft Maintenance Fundamentals (JAMF)

14

1 day
3 days
3 days
3 days
1 day
1 day
2 days
1 day
3 days
5 days
3 days
10 days
2 days
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cont.

Part 2 Practical
Basic Skills Training
Tubes and Pipes
General Structural/Composite Repair
Seat (Crew, Pax, Attendant) Repair w/ shop visit
Aircraft visit
Part 3 On the Job Training

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

20 days
3 days
15 days
2 days
1 day
40 days

Passed the Human Resources Selection Process

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

15

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AIRCRAFT OVERVIEW COURSE (For LTP support personnel)


(ACOVRCLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course introduces the participants to the world of airplanes in general. This course is offered for
all support personnel.
After the course the participants will learn and have general understanding on:
a. the fundamental theories of flight
b. the major parts of the aircraft and its systems
c. basic aircraft maintenance technical literature
DESIGNED FOR

All aircraft maintenance support personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Theory of Flight
A/C Structures/Flight Controls
Propulsion
Basic Instruments/Navigation
Basic Electricity
Basic Hydraulics
Basic Pneumatics(Aircon-Press )
Maintenance Documents
Aircraft Visit

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE :

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES MAINTENANCE TRAINING PROGRAM


(ACSMTPLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course is designed for graduates of any aircraft or engineering course or equivalent who desire
to pursue a career specializing in the field of aircraft cabin maintenance.
At the end of the course the participants will be able to:
a. understand, identify and explain the basic components and function of aircraft cabin
structures including related airframe systems particularly ATA 25.
b. explain and perform the safety procedures associated with the operation of related
airframe systems.
c. demonstrate the correct use, function and handling of different bench tools based on
manufacturers recommended safe handling and maintenance procedures.
d. understand the airworthiness regulations governing aircraft maintenance to ensure
safety of aircraft.
e. read and use the correct technical documentations to ensure that work is done in
accordance with approved documents.
f.
Imbue the core and positive values they will need to render work functions with a high
degree of professionalism.
g. prepare themselves in the actual work environment and develop a good working
relationship with their colleagues.

DESIGNED FOR:

Structural Mechanics

DURATION:

122 days

SYLLABUS:
Part 1 - Theoretical
Indoctrination/Orientation
Values and Attitudes
Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance
Civil Air Regulations
FAR 145/RSQCM
EASA Part 145/MOE
Blueprint Reading
Aircraft Technical Publications
Structural Repair Manual (SRM) Familiarization
Materials and Hardware/Maintenance Practices
Corrosion Control
Jet Aircraft Maintenance Fundamentals (JAMF)

17

1 day
3 days
3 days
3 days
1 day
1 day
2 days
1 day
3 days
10 days
3 days
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(ACSMTPLTTP)

cont.

Part 2 Practical
Basic Skills Training
Tubes and Pipes and Cables
Fundamentals of Aircraft Structures

15 days
5 days
30 days

Part 3 On the Job Training

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

40 days

Passed the Human Resources Selection Process

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

18

20

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AIRCRAFT CORROSION CONTROL (BSC026LTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the course the participants will be able to:
a.
b.
c.
d.

learn and understand corrosion in general and its effects on the aircraft structure
learn and understand the methods of preventing corrosion
know and understand the inspection requirements of aircraft parts damaged by
corrosion
perform corrosion removal and surface treatment in accordance with approved
procedures and safety precautions

DESIGNED FOR

Sheetmetal Workers
Inspectors
Engineers

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Theory of corrosion and its effects
Corrosion-prone areas & preventive maintenance
Inspection Requirements
Corrosion removal techniques general
Aluminum & Magnesium alloys
Ferrous metals/ plated parts/other alloys
Surface treatment
Review/Final Exam
Practical Exam
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Materials or Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

19

15

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AIRCRAFT CYLINDER REQUALIFICATION INITIAL COURSE (MISACILTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with knowledge pertaining to the correct interpretation
and application of pertinent CFR regulations and CGA Pamphlets. It also discusses correct
and safe operation of hydrostatic tester and also procedures for requalification of aircraft
cylinders.

DESIGNED FOR

Shop personnel performing requalification, testing, inspection,


handling and charging of compressed gas cylinders.

DURATION

42.0 Hrs (7 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Registration/Introduction
CFR Title 49 Sub-Chapter C, Parts 171, 172, 173 & 178
CGA Pamphlets C-1, C-6.1, C-6.2, C-6.3, C-8
Hydrostatic Tester Operation
(Classroom / Hands-On Training)
Shop Visit / Examination / Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
13.0 Hrs
20.0 Hrs
4.5 Hrs

: Completed HAZMAT Training Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

20

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AIRCRAFT CYLINDER REQUALIFICATION RECURRENT (MISACRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers a review of hydrostatic test equipment operation and maintenance and pressure
cylinder re-qualification certification requirements including updates on developments in the industry.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge up-to-date on
hydrostatic test equipment operation and maintenance, regulatory and manufacturer requirements,
and the factors affecting integrity and reliability of hydrostatic and cylinder re-qualification certification
tests to be able to perform the required tests on pressure vessels at the shop in accordance with
current manufacturers manuals and industry-accepted practices to ensure compliance with the
regulatory requirements and ensure the integrity and reliability of pressure cylinders.

DESIGNED FOR

Hydrostatic Test Technicians

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Hydrostatic test Equipment & processes - Review
Test Reliability
Industry & Regulatory Updates
Manual/Documentation - Review

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE :

1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
7.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Hydrostatic Test Equipment Training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AIRCRAFT GALLEY FAMILIARIZATION (ACGALFLTTP)


3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss the description and operation of a typical aircraft galley, particularly on the
electrical side. It focuses on the electrical wiring schematics and identification of the various
assemblies available. A simple CMM of an aircraft galley shall be used as a reference to familiarize
the students in the common tests, troubleshooting and repair of electrical wiring.
DESIGNED FOR

Avionics Technician/Mechanics

DURATION

3.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Introduction to Aircraft Galley
Description/operation
Electrical Installation and Wiring
Test and Troubleshooting
Shop Visit
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.25 Hr
0.50 Hr
0.75 Hr
0.50 Hr
1.0 Hr
:

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AIRCRAFT GALLEY FUNDAMENTALS (ACGFLTTP)


3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES

The course aims to discuss aircraft galley in a typical aircraft layout and installation under ATA 25 of
the AMM. It will cover aircraft galleys construction, identification and location of some common
inserts, description and operation and standard repair and cleaning procedures. The students will
also be familiarized on common technical publication like the CMM and SRM used in aircraft galley
overhaul including its safety features. Students will be given the opportunity to have a hands-on
training to reinforce their knowledge and understanding.

DESIGNED FOR

Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS

Introduction
A/C Galley arrangement and layout
Fwd/Mid/Aft section
Typical installation
Operation and description
Test and fault isolation
Standard cleaning and repair procedures
CMM/IPL/SRM familiarization
Shop/aircraft visit
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AIRCRAFT GALLEY RECURRENT (ACGALRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss aircraft galley design updates, service bulletins, advisory circular or any
technical literature or document describing certain provisions that may affect the safety, reliability or
general maintenance of the said component. It is also a venue to discuss common and recurring
problems and achieve solutions or recommendations.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge updated on the
aircraft galley and on the latest revisions and reliability on materials, maintenance and procedures to
be able to perform maintenance in accordance with the manufacturers manual and safety practices.
This recurrent training course covers all applicable aircraft galley vendors as needed.
DESIGNED FOR

Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

1.5 Hr

SYLLABUS :
Design updates
Reliability concerns
Maintenance practices
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
:

Aircraft Galley Training Initial

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AIRCRAFT LAVATORY FUNDAMENTALS (BACLAVLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss aircraft lavatory in a typical aircraft layout and installation under ATA 25 of
the AMM. It will cover aircraft lavatory construction, identification and location of some common
equipment and description and operation and standard repair and cleaning procedures.
The students will also be familiarized on common technical publication like the CMM and SRM used in
aircraft lavatory overhaul including safety procedures. Students will be given the opportunity to have a
hands-on training to reinforce their knowledge and understanding.
DESIGNED FOR

Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
A/C lavatory arrangement and layout
Typical installation
Operation and description
Test and fault isolation
Standard cleaning and repair procedures
CMM/IPL/SRM familiarization
Shop/aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE :

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

15

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AIRCRAFT LAVATORY RECURRENT (ACLAVRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss aircraft lavatory design updates, service bulletins, advisory circular or any
technical literature or document describing certain provisions that may affect the safety, reliability or
general maintenance of the said component. It is also a venue to discuss common and recurring
problems and achieve solutions or recommendations.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge updated on the
aircraft lavatory and on the latest revisions and reliability on materials, maintenance and procedures
to be able to perform maintenance in accordance with the manufacturers manual and safety
practices. This recurrent training course covers all applicable aircraft lavatory vendors as needed.
DESIGNED FOR

Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

1.5 Hr

SYLLABUS :
Design updates
Reliability concerns
Maintenance practices
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
:

Aircraft Lavatory Training Initial

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

26

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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TRAINING ORGANIZATION OVERVIEW


(ACMTOOLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course is designed to provide basic knowledge and understanding on the regulatory
requirements covering the approval of an aircraft maintenance training organization.
The course will cover regulatory requirements for aircraft maintenance training organizations
conducting training under the provisions of EASA Part 147 (Training Organizations) and/or ATO
Administrative Order 8.09 series 2001 (Civil Air Regulation governing issuance of Aircraft
Maintenance Technician School Certificates and Ratings).
DESIGNED FOR

Instructors and Support personnel of a training organization

DURATION

5.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :

Regulations applicable to an
aircraft maintenance training organization:
EASA Annex III-Part 66
EASA Annex IV-Part 147
ATO Administrative Order 8.09 series 2001

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Manual requirements:
Maintenance Training Organization Exposition (MTOE)

2.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

: None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

27

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AIRCRAFT MARSHALLING INITIAL COURSE (GEC611LTTP)


2

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers discussion on aircraft marshalling and it is one of the pre-requisites in
obtaining an Aircraft Marshalling Permit. After the course, the participants will be able to:
a.
b.

use standard Aircraft Marshalling signals for visual communication with the aircraft
operator.
perform aircraft marshalling functions in accordance with company policies,
procedures and standards of safety.

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft ground handling personnel

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
Causes of Accidents
PAL Standard Marshalling Signals
Duties and Responsibilities of Personnel
Headset Familiarization
Practical Examination/Quiz

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

28

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AIRCRAFT MARSHALLING RECURRENT COURSE (GEC627LTTP)


2

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course is a review of aircraft marshalling and a pre-requisite in the renewal of Aircraft Marshalling
Permit.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to review the companys policies, procedures,
safety practices, and standard aircraft marshalling signals.

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft ground handling personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Reasons for marshalling an aircraft
Aircraft accidents in the ramp
Marshalling team duties and responsibilities
Aircraft marshalling standard requirements
Review: PAL Standard Marshalling Signals
PAL aircraft characteristics
Company rules and regulations
Practical Examination/Written Test

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr

Aircraft Marshalling Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

29

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AIRCRAFT SEATS FUNDAMENTALS (MISSAFLTTP)


3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES

The course aims to discuss the basic structure and components of passenger seats, its aircraft/cabin
arrangements and its different features found it First Class, Business Class and Economy seats.
This will familiarize the students with its general functional operation, common cleaning and repair
procedures, including testing/troubleshooting and a glimpse on the assembly and disassembly and
safety aspect or features of a typical seat.

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS

Introduction
A/C arrangement & Seat Configuration
First Class
Business Class
Economy Class
Cabin Attendant
Cockpit Seats
CMM/IPL Familiarization
Shop/Aircraft Visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
8.0 Hrs

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

30

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AIRCRAFT SEATS RECURRENT TRAINING (MISSERLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course provides a brief review of aircraft seats installed in B747, B737, A340/330 and A320
aircraft. It focuses on common maintenance problems, material concerns, revisions, documentation
and other reliability items.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge updated on the
aircraft seats and on the latest revisions, updates, and reliability on materials, maintenance, and
procedures to be able to perform maintenance in accordance with the manufacturer's manual and
safety practices. This recurrent course covers all applicable aircraft seat vendors as needed.

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Cockpit Seats
First Class
Business Class
Economy Class
Cabin Attendant Seats
Revisions/Materials updates/Reliability
Manuals/documentation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.5 Hrs

1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr

Any aircraft seat (manufacturers) initial training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES FUNDAMENTALS (MISASFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The participant will acquire detailed knowledge and skills about Aircraft Structures necessary to
successfully complete a basic license training program.
After successful completion of the course the participant will be able to:
- explain the safe-life and fail-safe and damage tolerant principles and the general airframe
construction
- Handle typical sheet metal tools like shears, cutters, presses, etc.
- Fabricate sheet metal repair parts by bending, forming, etc.
- Identify bolts, rivets and special fasteners by headmarking and also to install them
- Use common measuring tools like vernier calipers, depth dial gages, etc.
- Calculate bend allowances and setbacks
- Name different sealing methods and use them in the correct way
- Identify and remove corrosion and determine damage clean-up
- Explain the general build-up of protective coatings
- Classify different types of damages

DESIGNED FOR

Sheetmetal workers, Airframe mechanics, Aircraft Inspectors

DURATION

30 Days
Units Theory: 70
Units Practical: 80

SYLLABUS :
ATA 52-57 / Structural Repair Manual:
- Airframe Construction
- Sheet metal Work
- Safety precautions
- Fasteners
- Materials
- Repair Basics
- Aircraft Drawings
- Corrosion
- Surface Protection
- Sealants
- Non-Destructive-Testing

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Cont.
ATA 51 / Structures, General:
- Bending Exercise
- Forming Exercise
- Riveting Exercise
- Fastener Exercise
- Corrosion Removal Exercise
- Small Hole Repair
- External Double Repair
- Frame Repair
- Sealant Exercise
- Dye-check Exercise

4400 Minutes

Examination / Debriefing

220 Minutes

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AIRCRAFT TOWING INITIAL COURSE (GEC614LTTP)


2

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussion on aircraft towing and a pre- requisite in obtaining an Aircraft Towing
Permit.
After the course, the participants will have the knowledge to be able to perform aircraft towing
operations in accordance with company policies, procedures and standards of safety.

DESIGNED FOR

Ground Equipment Operators & Towing Team Leaders

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Aircraft Towing Standard Requirements
Qualifications and responsibilities
Procedures, Checklist and Safety
Precautions
Emergencies during towing operation
Safety procedures at the ramp
Aircraft tow tractor specifications /
description
Marshalling signals in towing operations
Review/ Written Examination

1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
For Ground Equipt Operators (GEOs): Completed Defensive Driving Course
Proficient in handling ground equipment
For Towing Team Leader: Completed at least Aircraft Equipment Familiarization Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

34

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AIRCRAFT TOWING RECURRENT COURSE (GEC628LTTP)


2

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course is a review of aircraft towing operations and a pre-requisite in the renewal of Aircraft
Towing Permit.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to review the company policies, standard
procedures and safety practices in Aircraft Towing operations.

DESIGNED FOR

Ground Equipment Operators & Towing Team Leaders

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Towing team responsibilities
Procedures, Checklist and Safety
Precautions
Emergencies during towing operation
Safety procedures at the ramp
Review/ Written Examination

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Aircraft Towing Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AIRCRAFT TOWING PRACTICAL (OJT) COURSE (TOWOJTLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course is designed to provide supplementary training for the Aircraft Towing Initial classroom
training of two (2) days. This practical course shall cover actual set-up process from tow truck to
aircraft engagement to disengagement. It includes power-up to power-down of Tow truck carried
ground power unit back up for aircraft use, and also tow truck operation and basic servicing
procedures, and finally actual pushback and tow skills training to be conducted by an experienced and
authorized tow operator. The trainee is also expected to accomplish a TRAX-based task-training
program to complete his training.

DESIGNED FOR

Ground Equipment Mechanic and Aircraft Mechanics

DURATION

27.0 Hrs. per participant

SYLLABUS :
Course Orientation
Set-up procedures
Aircraft towing configuration and limits
Tow truck engagement and disengagement to A/C
Power-up/power-down of GPU
Safety Precautions
Tow Truck Operation and basic servicing
Actual Towing Practice and Proficiency Check
Narrow-body aircraft
Wide-body aircraft

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs.

10.0 Hrs.
15.0 Hrs.

Aircraft Towing Initial


Defensive Driving Initial

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

36

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AIRMEDIC STRETCHER BENCH CHECK FAM (MISBCFLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to perform bench check of the Airmedic stretcher
equipment at the shop in accordance with company and manufacturers requirements to ensure the
safety and integrity of the equipment.

DESIGNED FOR

Safety Equipment Shop personnel

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Policies & Procedures - General
Handling of equipment & documentation
Personnel responsibilities
Materials Specifications
Procedures
Assembly & checks
Equipment Stowage

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AIRMEDIC STRETCHER R/I FAMILIARIZATION (MISARILTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to handle, install and remove the Airmedic
stretcher equipment in the aircraft in accordance with company and manufacturers requirements and
safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Line maintenance Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Policies & Procedures - General
Handling of equipment & documentation
Personnel responsibilities
Procedures
Pre-installation checks
Site preparation
Installation
Removal
Stowing
Close up

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr

3.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AMI INDUSTRIES CA SEATS TRAINING (MISSFMLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of AMI INDUSTRIES C/A seats and FCL passenger seats, BCL seats,
ECY seats (if applicable) installed in B744, B742, B733 and A340/A330 aircraft. Basic electrical
operation and simple troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of AMI INDUSTRIES including a thorough
familiarization of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and
differences of each configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part
numbers.

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

2.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous AMI INDUSTRIES Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AVIO INTERIORS PAX SEATS TRAINING (MISSFALTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of AVIO INTERIORs FCL passenger seats, BCL seats, ECY seats and
C/A seats (if applicable) installed in B747-400/-200 aircraft. Basic electrical operation and simple
troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of AVIO INTERIOR including a thorough familiarization
of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and differences of each
configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part numbers.

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous AVIO INTERIOR Pax Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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AVIONICS COMPONENTS RECURRENT (MISAVRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers a review of major avionics components operation and maintenance including
updates on developments in the industry.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge up-to-date on the
operation and maintenance of major avionics components, and the factors affecting component
reliability to be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting of major avionics
components at the shop in accordance with current manufacturers CMM procedures to ensure
component reliability and safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR

Avionics Shop personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Major avionics components - Review
Reliability
Industry Updates
Manual/Documentation - Review

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

Avionics Components Training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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BASIC A/C MATERIALS AND STRUCTURAL REPAIR COURSE (BSC017LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers discussions on the different types of aircraft materials.
At the end of the course, the participants will have the basic knowledge to perform structural repairs in
accordance with aircraft specifications and safety practices.
DESIGNED FOR

Sheetmetal Workers and trainees

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Basic Aircraft Hardware
Rivets
Plastics, Rubber, Seals & Sealants
Ferrous Metals
Non-ferrous Metals
General Workshop & Safety Practices
Heat Treatment
Corrosion Control
Structural Repair
Sealants
Fiberglass/Honeycomb Repair
Review/Finals

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

12.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course for Sheetmetal and Cabin


Repair Mechanics

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

42

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BASIC AIRCRAFT COURSE (For Engrs-BSCBAELTTP/Planners-BSCBAPLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course introduces the participants to the world of airplanes in general. This course is offered for
new Engineering & Production Planning personnel.
After the course the participants will be able to:
a.
b.
c.
d.

learn and understand the fundamental theories of flight


identify and describe the functions of the major parts of the aircraft and its systems
identify technical literature relevant to aircraft maintenance
recognize the importance of housekeeping and safety in aircraft maintenance
practices

DESIGNED FOR

Newly-hired Engineers/Planners

DURATION

120.0 Hrs (20 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Theory of Flight
Flight Controls
Landing Gears
Powerplant/APU
Propeller
Fuels/Lubricants
Shop Math
Weight & Balance
Review/Quiz 1

4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
8.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Hydraulics
Pneumatics
Aircon-Pressurization
Aircraft Structures (SDWE)
Corrosion Control
Blueprint Reading
Review/Quiz 2

6.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Electricity
Ice and Rain Protection
Oxygen
Water and Waste
Lights
Fire Protection
Communication
Review/Quiz 3

6.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

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Cont.
Instruments
Navigation
Auto Flight System
Safety/5 S
Aircraft Marshalling/Aircraft Ground
Support Equipment (AGSE)
Technical Publications
Review/Quiz 4

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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BASIC AIRCRAFT COURSE (For Sheetmetal and Cabin Repair Mechanics)


(BSCSSMLTTP)
1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course introduces the participants to the world of airplanes in general. This course is offered for
trainees or new employees under Sheetmetal and Cabin Repair category. After the course the
participants will be able to:
a.
b.
c.
d.

gain knowledge on the fundamental theories of flight


identify, locate, and describe the functions of the major parts of the aircraft and its
systems
identify technical literature relevant to aircraft maintenance
recognize the importance of housekeeping and safety in aircraft maintenance
practices

DESIGNED FOR

Trainees/Employees under Sheetmetal, Cabin Repair category

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Theory of Flight/ Flight Controls
Aircraft Structures
Corrosion Control
Shop Math/ Basic Electricity
Weight & Balance
Blueprint Reading
Technical Publication
Industrial Safety/5Ss
Handtools Safety & Workshop Pract
Aircraft visit/Exam

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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BASIC ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT & CALIBRATION (002BEMLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers theoretical discussion and practical exercises on electrical measurements and
calibration. At the end of the course, the students will be able to:
a.
b.

learn and understand measurement terminology, theory and operation of electrical


measuring equipment, and the factors affecting measurement accuracy and error.
measure electrical quantities in accordance with proper procedures and safety
precautions.

DESIGNED FOR

Calibration Shop Mechanics/Technicians


Tool Engineers / Inspectors

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Terminology
Error
DC Meters
Loading Effects
DC Bridges
Oscilloscope 1
Lab Exercise
Part 1 review / Exam
Oscilloscope 2
AC Meters
Decibels
Pads and Attenuators
AC Bridges
Impedance Measurement
Lab Exercise
Part 2 Exam

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
11.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
5.0 Hrs
3.5 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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BASIC ELECTRONICS (BSC005LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to introduce the participants to the different electronics devices. The participants will
be able to understand the principles of operation and application of electronics devices to ensure the
safe and reliable operation of aircraft electronics components.

DESIGNED FOR

All aircraft maintenance personnel

DURATION

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Semiconductor Theory
a. Diodes
b. Special Type of Diodes
Power Supply
Exam No. 1
Bipolar Junction Transistors
Field Effect Transistors
Thyristors
Integrated Circuits
Opto-electronic Devices
Exam No. 2

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Basic Electricity Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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BASIC HYDRAULICS/PNEUMATICS (BSC035LTTP)


1

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is an introduction to hydraulics & pneumatics systems. At the end of the course the
participants will have better understanding of systems operation and maintenance to ensure safe and
reliable operations of hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

DESIGNED FOR

A&P Mechanics
Ground/Ramp Equipment Mechanics

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Basic Hydraulic Principles
Components-Operation & Control
Review / Exam 1
Hydraulic Circuit Diagram - Symbols
Hydraulics Circuit Operation & Application
Diagramming/Diagram Interpretation
Pneumatic System
Review/ Exam 2

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
9.0 Hrs
15.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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BASIC POWERPLANT COURSE (BSC002LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is an introduction to aircraft engines in general. At the end of the course, the participants
will have background information on engine hardware and the principles in their design, operation and
maintenance as well as the dangers and safety precautions associated with their operation.
DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft maintenance personnel and trainees

DURATION

60.0 Hrs (10 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft Powerplant - Introduction
Reciprocating Engines
Otto Cycle/Compression Ratio
Engine parts and Assemblies
Power and Efficiency
Valve Timing/ Firing Order/Engine Classification
Carburetion/Supercharging
Lubrication/ Ignition/Starting Systems
Maintenance & Safety Practices/Review/Quiz
Gas Turbine Engines
Brayton Cycle vs. Otto Cycle
Types of GTE/Propulsion Efficiency
Engine Hardware/Construction
Air/Oil/Fuel/Starting Systems
Engine Controls and Indications
Maintenance & Safety Practices/Review/Quiz

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.5 Hrs
4.5 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
7.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course

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BASIC PRODUCTION PLANNING & CONTROL (PPC300LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussion on the basic principles of production planning & control. At the end of
the course, the participant will be able to learn, understand, and apply production planning tools and
techniques in scheduling maintenance activities to ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

DURATION

Production Planners, Material Controllers and aviation maintenance


personnel
:

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction - Production Planning & Control Overview
Objectives/Definitions/Philosophy/Principles
Forecasting - Defined / Techniques / Application / Elements
Production Standards: Man-Machine/Materials
Manpower Planning Principles
Material Planning - Factors/Considerations
Job Shop Scheduling - Johnsons Rule
Production Performance Analysis - Input vs. Output
Budgeting & Cost Control
Review / Quiz

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

50

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BASIC PRACTICES ON WORKSHOP MACHINES (S70102 LTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
After completion of the training, the trainee should be familiar with the handling and use of the
standard workshop machines.
The trainees will learn the purpose of the different machines and how to handle them. They will
understand different procedures in treating different materials with these machines.
The trainees will know how to calculate turning and drill speed in reliance to the material properties
and the maximum grade of forming.
They will be able to adjust machines to the required properties of materials and treatment.
He/she will be aware of operating these machines considering personal safety rules, use of required
safety equipment and the manufacturers instructions.
DESIGNED FOR

Sheet-metal Mechanics

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Power Gulliotine
Punching Press
Drill press
Band Saw
Band Grinder
Folding machine
Lathe machine
Eckold, Hand Eckold
Oven,Heat Treatment

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.75 Hr
0.75 Hr
3.0 Hrs
0.75 Hr
0.75 Hr
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

51

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B/E AEROSPACE GALLEY TRAINING (BEAGALLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course shall focus on the B/E Aerospace Galley installed in an A340/A330 aircraft under ATA 25
of the AMM. It will cover specific construction, description and operation, testing, repair and cleaning
procedures and also highlighting certain peculiarities of its numbers. The students will also be
familiarized on the manufacturers CMM used in galley overhaul. An on-the-job training will be
provided to reinforce student knowledge.

DESIGNED FOR

Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
A/C Galley arrangement and layout
FWD/MID/AFT section
Operation and Description
Test and Fault Isolation
CMM/IPL Familiarization
Shop/Aircraft Visit
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Aircraft Galley Fundamentals or any previous aircraft


galley training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

52

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B/E AEROSPACE PAX SEATS TRAINING (BEAPAXLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing and troubleshooting
including repair procedures of B/E Aerospace BCL and ECY seats installed in (any if applicable)
Airbus or Boeing aircraft. Basic electrical operation and simple troubleshooting techniques shall also
be discussed typical of any electrical operated seat.
After the course, with the use of a CMM/IPL technical publication the student will be able to perform
maintenance, tests, troubleshooting and repair and minor assembly and disassembly operation of B/E
pax seats. This also highlights certain commonalities and differences of each configuration and
amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part numbers.

DESIGNED FOR

Seat and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop/aircraft visit
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
:

Aircraft Seat Fundamentals or any previous aircraft


seat training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

53

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BOEING SRM FAMILIARIZATION COURSE (BSCSRBLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to provide the participants with training on the proper usage and application of the
Boeing Structural Repair Manual (SRM).
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to effectively use the SRM as a reference for
work procedures and safety instructions in the performance of aircraft maintenance work and shop
processes.
DESIGNED FOR

Engineers
Inspectors
Technicians
Welders
Sheetmetal workers

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Course Objectives
Course Coverage
Introduction to the Boeing SRM
Methodology in Using the SRM
Demo Exercises
Hands-on Exercises
Review and Conclusion

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr

1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs
3.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Materials and Structural Repair Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

54

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BOEING STRUCTURES RECURRENT (MISSRBLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the course, the participant will review and keep his knowledge up-to-date on
new technological developments in Boeing aircraft structures and structural materials to be
able to perform maintenance on Boeing aircraft structures in accordance with applicable and
current manufacturer maintenance manuals to ensure the reliability and safety of aircraft
operations.

DESIGNED FOR

Structural Shop personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Aircraft Structures & Materials Review
Structural Performance Reliability
Structural Repair Practices Review & Update
Structural Maintenance Manual Review & Update

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Material & Structural Repair Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

55

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BOEING TECH PUB FAMILIARIZATION (BOEPUBLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers discussions on the features of the Boeing aircraft AMM & IPC in paper and CDROM format. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to effectively use the AMM & IPC in
the performance of maintenance work to ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR

Line & Base Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
1. Introduction
Technical Publications - General
ATA Specification Requirement
2. AMM
Organization & content
Front Matter at beginning of AMM
Front Matter at beginning of Chapter
Chapter Breakdown
Page Block assignment
Body Text
3. IPC
Organization & content
Front Matter at beginning of IPC
Numerical Index
Explanation of IPC data
Interchangeability relationships

0.75 Hr

2.5 Hrs

2.75 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Basic Aircraft Course
Participants must be familiar with Windows based application
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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BURNS AEROSPACE SEATS TRAINING (MISSCBLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of BURNS AEROSPACE C/A seats as well as FCL passenger seats, BCL
seats, ECY seats (if applicable) installed in B737-300/-400 aircraft. Basic electrical operation and
simple troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of BURNS AEROSPACE including a thorough
familiarization of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and
differences of each configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part
numbers..

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

2.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous BURNS AEROSPACE Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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CABIN INTERIOR FUNDAMENTALS (MISCIFLTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
The participant will acquire knowledge and skills about cabin interior composite components required
to perform composite repair work on modern transport aircraft during line and base maintenance
After successful completion of the course the participant will be able to:
- Name, identify and locate cabin interior composite components
- Describe the design philosophy of interior components
- Classify damages and determine necessary repair procedures
- Perform repair work in accordance with the AMM,CMM,SRM and IPC
- Determine necessary repair equipment and tooling
- Describe the relevant cabin safety regulations and surface protection
EXAMINATION:
A written examination will be held at the end of the course. Minimum pass mark is 75%
DESIGNED FOR

Sheetmetal workers, Airframe mechanics, Technician

DURATION

5 Days
Units Theory: 25
Units Practical: 0

SYLLABUS :
ATA 25 / Passenger Compartment:
General:
- Cabin Interior Components
- Dado-, Window-, Ceiling Panels
- Overhead Stowage Bins
- Cabin Interior Thermoplasts

1265Minutes

Cabin Interior:
- Assembly/Disassembly
- Location
- Cabin Layout Schemes
ATA 51 / Structures, General:
Plastics, General:
- Introduction into plastics
- Adhesives and Resin Systems
- Interior Sealing Compounds
- Thermo-,Duro-, Elastoplastics
- Aluminum Alloys
Composite Materials:
- Technology of Bonding
- Characteristic of Reinforcement Fibers (GFRP, CFRP, AFRP)
- Sandwich Core Materials

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Cont.
Regulations/Surface Protection:
- Material Testing
- Cabin Safety Regulations
- FST Quality (Fire Smoke Toxic)
Safety Precautions:
- Maximum Allowable Concentration
- Personnel Safety
Cleaning Agents:
- Various Cleaning Agents
- Cleaning Methods
Solvents and Degreasing Agents:
- Various Solvents and Thinners
- Glue and Adhesive Remover
Cabin Fastener:
- Clips, Rivnuts, Inserts
- Solid Rivets, Blind Rivets
- Installation and Removal
Repair Philosophies:
- Standard Repair Procedures
- Floor Panel Repair
- Repair Applications
ATA 51-57 / Manuals:
- AMM, CMM, SRM, IPC
- Dimension and Areas
- Manual Layout
- Page Block Allocation
- Procedure fro Manual Usage
- Manual Training
Examination/Debriefing

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

110Minutes

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NO. OF PARTICIPANTS

59

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CIVIL AIR REGULATIONS COURSE (BSCCARLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course is an overview of the regulations governing the practice of air commerce.
At the end of the course, the participants will have the background information on the regulatory
requirements governing air commerce to ensure safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR

All personnel required to have RP-ATO License and trainees

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
Air Transportation Office
Licensing of Airmen (A.O. 60 Series 2001)
Aircraft Maint., Repairs and Alterations (A.O.4-A Series 1970)
Issuance of Repair Station Certificate (A.O. 1 Series 1980)
Review/ Written Examination

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr

2.5 Hrs
8.0 Hrs
3.5 Hrs
3.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

60

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COMPONENT RELEASE TO SERVICE (RTS) PROCEDURES (PF1-8130LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
After completion of the training, the trainee should be familiar with procedures for the return to service
of components following maintenance or overhaul and the purpose and method of completion of the
JAA Form 1, the FAA Form 8130-3 and the LTP Form F-1526L, Certificate of Repair and Overhaul.
The trainee will learn the requirements of certification, including completion of same, with respect to
the acceptance of rotable components into the LTP Store.

DESIGNED FOR

Component RTS Mechanics and Shipping & Receiving Inspectors

DURATION

3.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Certificate of Repair and Overhaul
Procedures for the return to service authorities requirements
Purpose and method of completion of JAA Form 1,
FAA Form 8130-3, LTP Form F-1526L, type of RTS, dual/multiple release
Requirements of certification,
Acceptance of rotable components into the LTP store

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
All Mechanics with RTS or Shipping & Receiving Inspectors

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

61

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CONTOUR SEATS PAX SEATS TRAINING (MISSFCLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of CONTOURs FCL passenger seats, BCL seats as well as ECY seats
and C/A seats (if applicable) installed in an B747-200 aircraft. Basic electrical operation and simple
troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of CONTOUR including a thorough familiarization of its
CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and differences of each
configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part numbers.

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous CONTOUR Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING INITIAL COURSE (GEC610LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussions on the safe operation of motor vehicles and it is one of the prerequisites for obtaining PAL Operators Permit.
At the end of the course, the participants will have knowledge on the defensive driving techniques in
avoiding accidents on the highway or at the ramp.
DESIGNED FOR

: Operators of motor vehicles & aircraft ground servicing equipment

DURATION

: 12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Defensive Driving techniques / practices
Traffic rules and regulations
Traffic signs and symbols
Road courtesy and discipline
Techniques to avoid collisions
Art of passing and being passed
First aid in traffic accidents
Ramp safety
Equipment/vehicle maintenance tips
Review and Exam

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

63

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DEFENSIVE DRIVING RECURRENT COURSE (GEC626LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review for operators of motorized vehicles and equipment. It is also a Prerequisite for
renewal of PAL Operators Permit.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to review the principles of defensive driving and
the techniques in avoiding accidents and ensure safe operations.
DESIGNED FOR

Operators of motor vehicles and aircraft ground servicing equipment

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Defensive Driving techniques and safety practices
Types of collision and how to avoid them
Adjusting to the adverse driving conditions
One car crash and how to avoid them
Exams

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs

Defensive Driving Initial Course

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DIGITAL TECHNIQUES (BSC021LTTP)

LEVEL

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed to provide participants with basic knowledge on the principles of operation
and application of digital electronics systems.
At the end of the course, the participants will have a better understanding of digital systems and be
able to read and interpret common digital schematic diagrams used in summarizing aircraft systems
operation and function. And also learn the environmental hazards and protection available that may
affect safe operation of digital electronic equipment.
DESIGNED FOR:

Aircraft Maintenance Personnel

DURATION :

30.0 Hrs (5 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Day 1
Introduction
Electronic Instrument Systems
Number Systems
Exercises

1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
2.5 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Logic Circuits
Flip Flops
Exercises

3.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr

Review/Quiz 1
Basic Computer Structure
Data Conversion
Data Busses

1.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

Data Busses
Fibre Optics
Electronic Displays
Electrostatic Sensitive Devices

2.0 Hrs
0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr

Software Management Control


Electronic Environment
Aircraft Applications
Review/Quiz 2

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE :

Basic Aircraft Course for Engineers

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

65

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LEVEL :

EDDY CURRENT TESTING LEVEL II- REFRESHER COURSE (INDTEDY2LTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to provide refresher training to NDT Level II requiring renewal of his/her certification.
The objectives of the course are to review the physical principles, equipment, practical considerations,
applicable codes, standards and specifications, safety and products of Eddy Current Testing.

DESIGNED FOR

NDT Level II Inspectors

DURATION

20.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Physical Principles
Equipment
Set-up, Operation and Standardization
Specific Operating Procedures
Practical Considerations
Applicable Technique, Interpretation
And Evaluation
Codes, Standards and Specifications
Safety
Products
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

4.0 Hrs

4.0 Hrs

4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Level II Eddy Current Testing Authorization

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

66

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ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS RECURRENT (MISELRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers a review of major electrical components operation and maintenance including
updates on developments in the industry.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge up-to-date on the
operation and maintenance of major electrical components, and the factors affecting their reliability to
be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting of major electrical system
components at the shop in accordance with current manufacturers CMM procedures to ensure
electrical system reliability and the safety of aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR:

Electrical Component Shop personnel

DURATION :

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Major components - Review
Reliability
Industry Updates
Manual/Documentation - Review

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

Electrical Component Maintenance Training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

67

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ESDS COMPONENT OVERVIEW (MISEDOLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides participants with an overview on electrostatic discharge sensitive
electronic equipment and components.

(ESDS)

At the end of the course, the participants will be able to learn and understand the factors affecting the
reliability of aircraft avionics equipment and be able to handle ESDS components in accordance with
manufacturer specifications and safety precautions.
DESIGNED FOR

: All maintenance personnel directly handling ESDS aircraft electronic equipment


and components i.e. packaging, transport, testing and production.

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction and Definition of Reliability
Factors Affecting Equipment Reliability
Failures in Various Electronic Components
Electrostatic Discharge (ESD)
Standards & Precautions in Handling ESDS Components

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

68

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EUROPEAN AVIATION SAFETY AGENCY (EASA) PART 145 OVERVIEW


(MISEAILTTP)
1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course introduces the participants to the newly established EASA under the commission of the
European Union that adopted Regulation (EC) No. 1592/2002. It is initially responsible for the
certification of aeronautical products and of organizations and personnel involved in design,
production and maintenance including environmental certification.
At the end of the course, the participants will have an appreciation of the objective of EASA and its
transition from JAA.
DESIGNED FOR

Non-certifying staff/support personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
History
Purpose
Scope
Transition from JAA to EASA
Basic Regulation
Implementing Rule Maintenance
Annex II Part 145

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.5 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

69

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LEVEL :

EUROPEAN AVIATION SAFETY AGENCY (EASA) (Formerly JAA) PART 145


COURSE (MISEAOLTTP)
1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course introduces the participants to the newly established EASA under the commission of the
European Union that adopted Regulation (EC) No. 1592/2002. It is initially responsible for the
certification of aeronautical products and of organizations and personnel involved in design,
production and maintenance including environmental certification
At the end of the course, the participants will have an appreciable understanding of the objective of
EASA and its transition from JAA in order to ensure uniform standards and a high level of aviation
safety across Europe and its promotion.
DESIGNED FOR

All maintenance personnel

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
History
Purpose
Scope
Transition from JAA to EASA
Basic Regulation
Implementing Rule Maintenance
Annex II Part 145

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
3.5 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

70

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GALLEY/LAVATORY (WATER & WASTE) TROUBLESHOOTING (MISSGLLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers a review of ATA 38 (Water & Waste) System with emphasis on the Galley/
Lavatory system. At the end of the course, the participant will be able to perform maintenance, repair,
tests and troubleshooting of the aircraft galley/ lavatory system including a thorough familiarization of
its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and differences of each
system configuration.
DESIGNED FOR

Component Shop Personnel

DURATION

16.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :

Introduction to Water & Waste System


Potable Water Supply
Servicing
Waster Disposal System
Galley/ Lavatory
Component Maintenance Manual (CMM)
Illustrated Parts List (IPL)
Aircraft/ Shop Visit
Review/ Exam

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
3.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

71

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GYRO INSTRUMENTS PACKAGING AND HANDLING (MISGYRLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course introduces the participants to the importance and contribution of gyro instruments to
aircraft navigation including applications/ It shall mainly discuss its sensitivity and the safe way in
handling them according to established commercial and military standards like ATA 300 and MILSTD-2073 respectively.
DESIGNED FOR

Material Handlers and Production Personnel

DURATION

3.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Gyro Theory
Some Instrument Applications
Packaging and Storage Procedures
Standard Specification

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.25 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.75 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

72

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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS) INITIAL COURSE


(MISHMILTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with training on hazardous materials, particularly pressurized
compressed gas cylinders, in the performance of their functions. The course is designed primarily to
meet the mandatory training requirements of the CFR Title 49.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to :
a.
b.
c.

identify and recognize hazardous materials consistent with the hazard


communication standards of the CFR,
handle compressed gas cylinders in accordance with safety regulations,
procedures and practices, and
know the emergency responses, protective measures and accident prevention from
hazards associated with pressurized compressed gas cylinders.

DESIGNED FOR

Personnel performing pressure testing, inspection, charging,


handling, etc., of compressed gas cylinders.

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Registration/Introduction
Safe handling of Compressed Gases in containers
(C.G.A. Pamphlet P-1)
CFR Title 49 Chapter 1, Sub-parts G and H
Compressed Gas Cylinders (ISP 3.2.14)
Handling and Storage of Compressed and Flammable Gas
Cylinders (ISP 3.3.3)
Handling and Storage of Gaseous Oxygen Cylinders
(MEM 5-5-35)
Shop Visit / Examination / Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.5 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

73

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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS (COMPRESSED GAS CYLINDERS) RECURRENT


COURSE (MISHMRLTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a recurrent training required for all personnel performing pressure testing, inspection,
charging, handling, etc., of compressed gas cylinders and must be taken every two (2) years after the
initial training. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to review the following:
a.
b.
c.

Hazardous materials consistent with the hazard communication standards of the


CFR,
Proper handling of cylinders in accordance with safety regulations, procedures and
practices, and
Emergency response and procedures, protective measures and accident
prevention from hazards associated with pressurized compressed gas cylinders.

DESIGNED FOR

Personnel performing pressure testing, inspection, charging,


handling, etc., of compressed gas cylinders.

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Registration/Introduction
Safe handling of Compressed Gases in containers
(C.G.A. Pamphlet P-1)
CFR Title 49 Chapter 1, Sub-parts G and H
Compressed Gas Cylinders (ISP 3.2.14)
Handling and Storage of Gaseous Oxygen Cylinders
(MEM 5-5-35)
Examination / Evaluation

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Completed Hazardous Materials (Aircraft Cylinders) Initial Course
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

74

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HUMAN FACTORS IN AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE (HFIACMLTTP))


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course covers discussion on integrating a persons behavior, his working crews knowledge of
their own behavior and the relationship of these to their task of operating as a crew. At the end of the
course, the participants will:
a.
b.
c.
d.

Be aware of the importance of communication process in ensuring safe operations.


Be able to identify the barriers to communication and develop the skill to
communicate properly.
Develop the knowledge and skills needed to reduce the conflict within the working
group and build a team parallel to the goal of the unit.
Acquire the skills and knowledge of the importance and techniques of providing
descriptive and specific feedback in non-threatening manner.

DESIGNED FOR

All maintenance personnel

DURATION

18.0 Hrs (3 days)

SYLLABUS :
Day 1
Introduction
Assumption/Course Methods
Principles
Accidents and Backgrounds
Orientation
Communication

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

SHELL Model
Accident Causation Model
Transactional Analysis
Human Brain/Perception/Memory Stores

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs

The Dirty Dozen


Case Study

4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Day 2

Day 3

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

75

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INTRODUCTION TO HANDLING AND USE OF MARTIN SAW T-73 (IMS73LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This introduction is designed to qualify designated personnel/mechanics (A) who will be responsible to
brief their colleagues in use and handling of the Martin Saw T-73. Main focus is given on safe
operation and handling. After completion of the course, the trainee will be familiar with the principles
of sawing in regards to technique, tooling and different materials. The trainee will be able to use saws
in accordance to manufacturers requirements.
DESIGNED FOR

Designated mechanics/OJT mechanics

DURATION

3.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Saws and sawing
Safety equipment and safety practices
Use and operation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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LATHE MACHINE OPERATION (ILMO-04LTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
After completion of the course, the trainees should be able to operate the lathe machine safely. They
will also learn grinding of different lathe cutting tools to be used in the manufacturers of bush and
shafts. The trainees will learn to maintain cleanliness and good working condition of the machine.
DESIGNED FOR

Support shop mechanics

DURATION

42.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Safety on the lathe
Turning tools
Preventive maintenance and care of tools
Main parts of a certain lathe
Calculation for RPM
Theory of grinding lathe tools
Turning process
Practical exercises

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
30.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

77

3 PER MACHINE

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LIQUID PENETRANT TESTING LEVEL II- REFRESHER COURSE (INDTLIP2LTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to provide refresher training to NDT Level II requiring renewal of his/her certification.
The objectives of the course are to review the physical principles, equipment, practical considerations,
applicable codes, standards and specifications, safety and products of Liquid Penetrant Testing.

DESIGNED FOR

NDT Level II Inspectors

DURATION

8.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Physical Principles
Equipment
Set-up, Operation and Standardization
Specific Operating Procedures
Practical Considerations
Applicable Technique, Interpretation
And Evaluation
Codes, Standards and Specifications
Safety
Products
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr

1.0 Hr

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Level II Liquid Penetrant Testing Authorization

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

78

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KOITO INDUSTRIES PAX SEATS TRAINING (MISSFKLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of KOITO INDUSTRIES FCL passenger seats, BCL seats, as well as ECY
seats and C/A seats (if applicable) installed in an B747-400 and A340 aircraft. Basic electrical
operation and simple troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of KOITO INDUSTRIES including a thorough
familiarization of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and
differences of each configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part
numbers..

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous KOITO INDUSTRIES Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

79

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MAGNETIC PARTICLE TESTING LEVEL II- REFRESHER COURSE


(INDTMAP2LTTP)
4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to provide refresher training to NDT Level II requiring renewal of his/her certification.
The objectives of the course are to review the physical principles, equipment, practical considerations,
applicable codes, standards and specifications, safety and products of Magnetic Particle Testing.

DESIGNED FOR

NDT Level II Inspectors

DURATION

8.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Physical Principles
Equipment
Set-up, Operation and Standardization
Specific Operating Procedures
Practical Considerations
Applicable Technique, Interpretation
And Evaluation
Codes, Standards and Specifications
Safety
Products
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr

1.0 Hr

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Level II Magnetic Particle Testing Authorization

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

80

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MAINTENANCE TRAINING PROGRAM (MTPLTTP)


3

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course is designed for Aviation and other technical courses graduates who desire to pursue a
career in the field of aircraft maintenance.
At the end of the course the participants will be able to:
a. understand, identify and explain the basic operations and functions of the different
aircraft systems.
b. learn and understand the safety procedures associated with the operation
of the aircraft systems.
c. learn the correct usage, function and handling of different bench tools considering
safety rules, use of safety equipment and manufacturers instructions.
d. learn the regulatory requirements governing air commerce to ensure safety of aircraft
operations.
e. learn how to use the correct technical documentations to ensure that the work is done
in accordance with valid, approved and acceptable documents.
f.
learn the core and positive values they will need to be able to discharge work functions
to a high degree of professionalism.
g. familiarize themselves in the actual work environment and develop good working
relationships with regular employees of the company.

DESIGNED FOR:

Aviation / Technical Courses

DURATION:

816.0 Hrs (132 Days)

SYLLABUS:
Part 1 - Theoretical
Indoctrination/Orientation
Values and Attitudes
Civil Air Regulations (RP-ATO)
New FAR 145 Training/RSQCM
EASA Part 145 Overview/MOE
Aircraft Technical Publications
Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance
Materials and Hardwares
Electrical Cables and Connectors
Aircraft Instrument/Communications
Navigation and AutoFlight systems
Digital Techniques
Jet Aircraft Maintenance Fundamentals (JAMF)
a. Airframe systems
b. Powerplant systems (Gas Turbine Engine)

81

6.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
30.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs
42.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
114.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs

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cont.

Part 2 Practical
Basic Skills Training (Benchwork)
Tubes, Pipes, Control Cables
Electrical Cables & Connectors
Aircraft Ground Handling and Safety
JAMF Practical (Airframe systems)
JAMF Practical (Powerplant systems)

120.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
24.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs
42.0 Hrs
36.0 Hrs

Part 3 On the Job Training

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

246.0 Hrs

Passed the Human Resources Selection Process

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

82

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MECHANICAL ACCESSORIES/COMPONENTS RECURRENT (MISMCRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers a review of major mechanical accessories/components operation and maintenance
including updates on developments in the industry.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge up-to-date on the
operation and maintenance of major mechanical accessories/ components, and the factors affecting
component reliability to be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting of major
mechanical accessories/components at the shop in accordance with current manufacturers CMM
procedures to ensure component reliability and safety of aircraft operations.

DESIGNED FOR

Mechanical Accessories/Component Shop personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Major components - Review
Reliability
Industry Updates
Manual/Documentation - Review

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

: Mechanical Accessories/Component Maintenance Training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

83

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MEDICAL OXYGEN EQUIPT R/I & OPERATION FAM (BSCMORLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to handle, install and remove the MADA
medical oxygen equipment in the aircraft in accordance with company and manufacturers
requirements and safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Line maintenance Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Policies & Procedures - General
Handling of equipment & documentation
Personnel responsibilities
Procedures
Pre-installation checks
Site preparation
Installation
Removal
Stowing
Close up

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr

3.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

84

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NEW FAR PART 145 TRAINING COURSE (INFAR145LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed to provide the basic knowledge and awareness of the Federal Aviation
Regulation Part 145 (Repair Station) with specific emphasis on the recent changes of the new rule.
The course aims to provide a thorough understanding of the regulatory requirements of the new FAR
Part 145 rule.
DESIGNED FOR

Supervisory and production personnel

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Subpart A General
Subpart B Certification
Subpart C Housing, Facilities, Equipment, Materials and Data
Subpart D Personnel
Subpart E Operating Rules

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.25 Hr
0.25 Hr
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

85

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OXYGEN TRANSFILLING INITIAL COURSE (MISOTCLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with knowledge pertaining to the proper and safe oxygen
transfilling procedure for all oxygen cylinder assemblies. It also discusses safety precautions in
handling and use of oxygen.

DESIGNED FOR

Personnel performing oxygen transfilling procedures


and inspection.

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Registration/Introduction
Oxygen Gas Characteristics / Safety Precautions
Transfilling of Oxygen Cylinder Assembly
Equipment Maintenance / Safety Procedures
Hands-On Training
Examination / Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
4.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Completed HAZMAT Training Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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LEVEL :

OXYGEN TRANSFILLING RECURRENT COURSE (MISOTRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of the knowledge pertaining to the proper and safe oxygen transfilling
procedure for all oxygen cylinder assemblies. Safety precautions in handling and use of oxygen will
also be reviewed. The course is a recurrent training required for all personnel performing transfilling of
oxygen cylinder assemblies and must be taken 1 year after the initial training, and every year
thereafter.

DESIGNED FOR

Personnel performing oxygen transfilling procedures


and inspection.

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Registration/Introduction
Oxygen Gas Characteristics / Safety Precautions
Transfilling of Oxygen Cylinder Assembly
Equipment Maintenance / Safety Procedures
Hands-On Training
Examination / Evaluation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr

Completed Oxygen Transfilling Initial Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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PNEUMATIC/HYDRAULIC COMPONENTS RECURRENT (MISPHRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers a review of major pneumatic/hydraulic components operation and maintenance
including updates on developments in the industry.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge up-to-date on the
operation and maintenance of major pneumatic/hydraulic components, and the factors affecting
component reliability to be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting of major
pneumatic/hydraulic components at the shop in accordance with current manufacturers CMM
procedures to ensure component reliability and safety of aircraft operations.

DESIGNED FOR

Pneumatic/Hydraulic Component Shop personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Major components - Review
Reliability
Industry Updates
Manual/Documentation - Review

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr

Pneumatic/Hydraulic Component Maintenance Training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

88

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PTC AEROSPACE PAX SEATS TRAINING (MISSYPLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of PTC Aerospace ECY seats and FCL passenger seats, BCL seats, C/A
seats (if applicable) installed in B747-400 aircraft. Basic electrical operation and simple
troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of PTC Aerospace including a thorough familiarization
of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and differences of each
configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part numbers.

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous PTC AEROSPACE Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

89

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RADIOGRAPHY TESTING LEVEL II- REFRESHER COURSE (INDTRAD2LTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to provide refresher training to NDT Level II requiring renewal of his/her certification.
The objectives of the course are to review the physical principles, equipment, practical considerations,
applicable codes, standards and specifications, safety and products of Radiography Testing.

DESIGNED FOR

NDT Level II Inspectors

DURATION

20.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Physical Principles
Equipment
Set-up, Operation and Standardization
Specific Operating Procedures
Practical Considerations
Applicable Technique, Interpretation
And Evaluation
Codes, Standards and Specifications
Safety
Products
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

4.0 Hrs

4.0 Hrs

4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Level II Radiography Testing Authorization

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

90

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RECARO AIRCRAFT PAX SEATS TRAINING (MISSFRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of RECARO ECY seats and FCL passenger seats, BCL seats, C/A seats (if
applicable) installed in A340/A330/A320 and B737-400 aircraft. Basic electrical operation and simple
troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of RECARO A/C pax seats including a thorough
familiarization of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and
differences of each configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part
numbers.

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous RECARO Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

91

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LEVEL :

ROTABLE TAG BRIEFING (GECRPBLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course provides the participants with information regarding the rotable control tag. After
the briefing, the participants will be able to:
a.
b.

explain the importance of the rotable tag in aircraft maintenance operations


fill up rotable tags in accordance with approved procedures to ensure safety of
aircraft operations

DESIGNED FOR

Trainees, maintenance and support personnel

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Importance
Purpose
Classification of Aircraft Parts
Parts of Rotable Tag
Responsibility of Line Mechanics
Inspection requirements

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

1.0 Hr

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.25 Hr
0.25 Hr

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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SAFETY/EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT RECURRENT (BSCSERLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course covers a review of major safety/emergency equipment operation and maintenance
including updates on developments in the industry.
At the end of the course, the participant shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge up-to-date on the
operation and maintenance of major safety/emergency equipment, and the factors affecting
safety/emergency equipment reliability to be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble
shooting of major safety/emergency equipment at the shop in accordance with current manufacturers
CMM procedures to ensure equipment reliability and the safety of the aircraft passengers and crew in
the event of an emergency.

DESIGNED FOR

Safety Equipment Shop personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Major components - Review
Reliability
Industry Updates
Manual/Documentation - Review

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Safety/Emergency Equipment Maintenance Training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

93

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LEVEL :

SELL AIRCRAFT GALLEY TRAINING (SACGLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES

This course shall focus on the SELL Aircraft Galley installed in a A340/330 aircraft under ATA 25 of
the AMM. It will cover specific construction, description and operation, testing, repair and cleaning
procedures and also highlighting certain peculiarities of its part numbers. The students will also be
familiarized on the manufactures CMM used in galley overhaul. An on the job training will be provided
to reinforce student knowledge.

DESIGNED FOR

Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS

Introduction
A/C Galley arrangement and layout
Operation and description
Test and fault isolation
CMM/IPL familiarization
Shop/aircraft visit

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Aircraft Galley Fundamentals

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

94

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SERVICE CHECKS FAMILIARIZATION (BSCSSCLTTP)


2

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course is an introduction to aircraft line maintenance checks and servicing. At the end of
the course, the participants will have the general knowledge to be able to assist in performing
line maintenance checks and servicing of the aircraft in accordance with the manufacturers
AMM procedures and safety practices.

DESIGNED FOR

Junior Mechanics and Trainees

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Safety Precautions
Powerplant Checks and Servicing
Aircraft exterior
Landing gears
Flight deck
Cabin
Galley & Lavatory Areas
Post check procedures

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

95

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SICMA AEROSEAT PAX/CA SEATS TRAINING (MISSFSLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of Sicma Aeroseats FCL passenger seats, BCL seats, ECY seats and C/A
seats (if applicable) installed in A340/A330/A320 aircrafts. Basic electrical operation and simple
troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of SICMA AEROSEAT including a thorough
familiarization of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and
differences of each configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part
numbers..

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous SICMA Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

96

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SOGERMA INDUSTRIES PAX SEATS TRAINING (MISSFGLTTP)

LEVEL :

COURSE DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of SOGERMA Cockpit seats installed(to any if applicable) in an
A340/330/320 or B747 aircraft. Basic electrical operation and simple troubleshooting techniques shall
also be discussed.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
and some minor assembly/disassembly of Sogerma Cockpit seat including a thorough familiarization
of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and differences of each
manufacturers configuration or Part numbers.

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
9.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous SOGERMA Cockpit Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

97

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LEVEL :

STATE OF THE ART COURSE (BSC008LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a study of modern state-of-the-art electronics. The participants will have the
background information on the theories behind the design and operation of semi-conductor devices
and microprocessors.
At the end of the course, the participants will have a better understanding of semiconductor devices,
digital and logic circuits and microprocessors as well as to be able to observe necessary precautions
when working on aircraft systems to ensure safe and reliable aircraft operations.
DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft maintenance personnel and trainees

DURATION

72.0 Hrs (12 Days)

SYLLABUS :
I. Semiconductor Devices
Semiconductor Fundamentals
Semiconductor Diodes/Applications
Bipolar Transistor
Field Effect Transistor
Thyristors
Integrated Circuits
Optoelectronic Devices / Quiz
II. Digital Techniques
Introduction/Number Systems
Logic Circuits
Boolean Algebra
Flip - Flops
Digital Applications/Quiz
III. Microprocessors
Microcomputer Basic
Computer Arithmetic
Introduction to Programming
The MPU/Quiz
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

3.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
12.0 Hrs

Basic Aircraft Course

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

98

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SUSPECTED UNAPPROVED PARTS (SUP) TRAINING (ISUPBLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The objective of this course is to provide the learner with the requisite skills, knowledge and abilities to
effectively protect the system from SUPs. This course provides the learner with the knowledge
needed to guard against the migration of unapproved parts into the repair station.
DESIGNED FOR

Maintenance personnel

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
History
Definitions
Key FAA Orders, FARs, ACs

1.0 Hr

Law Enforcement
Unapproved Parts Notices (UPNs)

1.0 Hr

Practicality: What to look for


Problematic/Grey areas

1.0 Hr

Distributors
The Future of SUP
View the FAA SUP movie
Preview the FAA SUP training on CDRom for individual learning
Review topics

1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

99

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TOOLROOM GENERAL PRACTICES TRAINING (ITRPRALTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
After completion of training, the trainees should be able to identify different types of tools and their
applications. The trainees will learn to maintain cleanliness and orderliness in the Tool Room.
Observe safety precautions during their daily activities. They will be familiar on how to use PME and
how to take care of them.
DESIGNED FOR

Tool Mechanics

DURATION

42.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
General Safety Rules
Preventive Maintenance and Care of Machine and Tools
Classification of Tools
Rules for Measuring and Checking
Measuring Course
Practical Exercises

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
3.0 Hrs
14.0 Hrs
18.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

100

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TRANS-AERO CA SEATS TRAINING (MISSTALTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of TRANS-AERO C/A seats as well as FCL passenger seats, BCL seats,
ECY seats (if applicable) installed in B737-300/-400 aircraft. Basic electrical operation and simple
troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of TRANS-AERO including a thorough familiarization
of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and differences of each
configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part numbers..

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

2.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous TRANS-AERO Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

101

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TROUBLESHOOTING ANALYSIS COURSE (BSCTACLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to educate the participants on the techniques in finding the best solutions to practical
problems in the workplace. At the end of the course, the participants will be able to:
a.
b.
c.

analyze problems systematically.


determine the most effective solutions to problems especially those affecting the
safety of operations.
anticipate potential problems.

DESIGNED FOR

All aircraft maintenance employees

DURATION

36.0 Hrs (6 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Troubleshooting Philosophy
Steps in Problem Solving
Troubleshooting Exercises
Instructions for On-the-Job Applications
Case Analysis
Potential Problem Analysis

1.0 Hr
5.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs
6.0 Hrs

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Regular employees with at least two years of continuous work experience
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

102

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ULTRASONIC TESTING LEVEL II- REFRESHER COURSE (INDTULTRA2LTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to provide refresher training to NDT Level II requiring renewal of his/her certification.
The objectives of the course are to review the physical principles, equipment, practical considerations,
applicable codes, standards and specifications, safety and products of Ultrasonic Testing.

DESIGNED FOR

NDT Level II Inspectors

DURATION

20.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Physical Principles
Equipment
Set-up, Operation and Standardization
Specific Operating Procedures
Practical Considerations
Applicable Technique, Interpretation
And Evaluation
Codes, Standards and Specifications
Safety
Products
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

4.0 Hrs

4.0 Hrs

4.0 Hrs
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

Level II Ultrasonic Testing Authorization

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

103

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ULTRASONIC TESTING LEVEL III- REFRESHER COURSE (INDTULTRA3LTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to provide refresher training to NDT Level III requiring renewal of his/her
certification. The objectives of the course are to review the physical principles, equipment, practical
considerations, applicable codes, standards and specifications, safety and products of Ultrasonic
Testing.

DESIGNED FOR

NDT Level III Inspectors

DURATION

20.0 Hrs

SYLLABUS :
Physical Principles
Equipment
Instrumentation
Transducer and Coupling
Set-up, Operation and Standardization
Special Features
Practices
Approaches to Testing
Standard/Specific Operating Procedures
Documentation
Practical Considerations
Techniques
Signal Interpretation/Evaluation
Codes, Standards and Specifications
Safety
Products
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

4.0 Hrs

4.0 Hrs

4.0 Hrs

4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr

Level III Ultrasonic Testing Authorization

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

104

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US FAA AIRWORTHINESS DIRECTIVE INTERPRETATION COURSE


(MISADILTTP)

LEVEL :

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES:
This course is designed to provide basic knowledge and understanding on the regulatory
requirements of a US FAA Airworthiness Directives including AD text interpretation.
-

To provide a basic understanding on the background and regulatory requirements of an


Airworthiness Directive
AD format and text interpretation will be covered including the following:
AD Applicability Statement
AD Compliance Time
AD Method of Compliance

DESIGNED FOR

Engineering, Technical Records, Production Personnel

DURATION

2 Days / 480 Minutes (8Hrs)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
14 CFR part 39
General Rulemaking Information
Categories of ADs
Changes to Previously issued ADs
Federal Register
AD Rules Docket
AD Development and Review Process
AD Document Format, Text and Style
Items for Inclusion in ADs
Text of ADs
Referenced Material
Text for Specialized AD Subject
AD Numbering/Distribution/Compilation
RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

5 min
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
25 min
0.5 Hr
45 min
45 min
1.0 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr
0.5 Hr

: None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

105

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VALUES AND ATTITUDES (BSCVATLTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is designed to supplement the mandatory Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance course
given to experienced personnel to ensure safety of aircraft operations.
At the end of the course, new employees/trainees will learn the core values & positive values they will
need to be able to discharge work functions to a high degree of professionalism.
DESIGNED FOR

New employees and trainees

DURATION

18.0 Hrs ( 3 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Self Introduction
Behind My Back
Methodology Values & Attitudes Defined
Workshop Framework
JOHARI Window/ Self Disclosure
Introspection
Feedback Chain Giving & Receiving
Proactive Behavior
Steps in Problem Solving
Developing Alternatives
Considering Consequences
Decision Making
Letter Writing / Set Commitment

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
3.0 Hrs
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
2.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

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WEBER AIRCRAFT PAX SEATS TRAINING (MISSFWLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
The course aims to discuss with the students the description, operation, testing, and troubleshooting
including repair procedure of WEBER FCL passenger seats, BCL seats, ECY seats and C/A seats (if
applicable) installed in B747-200 and B737-300/-400 aircraft. Basic electrical operation and simple
troubleshooting techniques shall also be discussed as found to any pax seats.
After the course, the students will be able to perform maintenance, repair, tests and trouble shooting
typical and some minor assembly/disassembly of WEBER Aircraft pax seat including a thorough
familiarization of its CMM/IPL technical publication. This also highlights the commonalities and
differences of each configuration and amongst the different and various applicable manufacturer part
numbers..

DESIGNED FOR

Seat Repair and Cabin Repair Mechanics

DURATION

4.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Description/Operation
Technical Highlights
Shop and Aircraft visit

0.5 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
1.0 Hr

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE
:
Aircraft Seats Fundamentals or any previous WEBER Seat Training
RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

107

15

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TITLE

LEVEL :

WHEELS AND BRAKES RECURRENT COURSE (MISWBRLTTP)


4

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course is a review of wheels and brakes installed on the B737-300/400, B747-400, A320,
A330/A340 aircraft. It highlights revisions, SBs, ADs and wheels and brakes components reliability
performance. It also includes discussion on the proper usage of technical maintenance publications
and documentation.
At the end of the course, the participants shall have reviewed and kept his knowledge updated on the
operation and maintenance of the wheels and brakes and factors affecting component reliability to be
able to perform maintenance, test and overhaul at the shop in accordance with the manufacturers
CMM procedures to ensure component reliability and safety of aircraft operations

DESIGNED FOR

Wheels and Brakes Shop personnel

DURATION

6.0 Hrs (1 Day)

SYLLABUS :
Wheels and Brakes Review
Revisions/ SBs/ADs/Reliability
Maintenance Manual/ Documentation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

2.5 Hrs
1.5 Hr
2.0 Hrs

Wheels and Brakes Training

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

108

15

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TITLE

LEVEL :

WORK SIMPLIFICATION COURSE (SEM105LTTP)


1

DESCRIPTION/OBJECTIVES :
This course aims to provide the participants with the basic techniques of work simplification.
At the end of the course, the participants will be able to analyze jobs and systems and redesign them
for maximum efficiency without compromising quality or safety.

DESIGNED FOR

Aircraft Maintenance Personnel

DURATION

12.0 Hrs (2 Days)

SYLLABUS :
Introduction
Norms / Classroom Conduct
Objectives
Definition of Work Simplification
Advantages of Work Simplification
Four Steps of Work Simplification
Symbols of Work Simplification
Charting Technique
Group Presentation
Application: Work Simplification in the Present Work
System
Group Presentation

RECOMMENDED PRE-REQUISITE

0.5 Hr

1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.0 Hr
1.5 Hr
4.0 Hrs
2.0 Hrs

None

RECOMMENDED NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:

109

20

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Date: 01/27/2005