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AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING CONSULTANCY AND TRAINING LTD
Location: Ireland
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: Embraer, 170, 190
Contact: D Hudson
Sector: Aircraft
Category: Courses

Embraer ERJ-170 /190 Series (GE CF34) Combined B1/B2 Theory & Practical in accordance with EASA Part 147 over seven weeks (25 days theory and 11 days practical) in Dublin starting on the 16th April 2018.

Delivered by AeCAT, which is an EASA Part 147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation based in the UK.  

Please Note : This is an advert for a Training Course and NOT a Job Vacancy

Approval/Content

This course complies with the latest EASA Part 66 regulations. It provides the detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures.

Applicability

The course is open to all candidates involved directly with aircraft maintenance, currently holding B1, B2 or C licence, or who have demonstrated the ability /desire to gain type qualification on the aircraft.

Prerequisites

Ideally EASA Part 66 basic Aircraft Maintenance Licence or equivalent.

Notwithstanding the above, general familiarity with aircraft and digital electronic equipment.

The student must be able to read, write and communicate at an understandable level in the English language.

Examination

Closed book phase examinations (5), using multiple-choice examinations with 3 answers.
Pass mark per phase examination is 75%.

Start Date: 16 April 2018

Location: Dublin, Ireland

Duration: 25 days Theory, 11 days Practical 

Price: On application

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