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Airbus A319/A320/A321 (IAE V2500) B1/B2 Combined Type

Electrical, Avionic, Airframe & Powerplant Systems – ATA Spec 104, Level 3

THEORETICAL

Duration
25 Days

Target Group
Part-66 Category B1, B2 and B1/B2 Engineers or other Maintenance staff

Language
English. Student must have the ability to read, write and communicate at a functional level in the English language

Course Location
FlightPath International Training Centre in Toronto, Canada or at customer site

Description
This EASA approved course is compliant with EASA Commission Regulation (EC) No 1321/2014. This course provides theoretical ATA Spec 104, Level 3 knowledge for all systems. The course includes system description and operation, any unique maintenance practices, test procedures and noteworthy adjustments along with component location required by Part-66 certifying staff

General
Examinations are closed book multiple choice format with a passing grade of 75% and will be conducted throughout the course. Students will receive an EASA Part-147 Theoretical Certificate of Recognition upon successful completion of the course

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PRACTICAL

Duration
10 Days

Target Group
Part-66 Category B1, B2 and B1/B2 Engineers or other Maintenance staff

Language
English. Student must have the ability to read, write and communicate at a functional level in the English language

Course Location
FPI Practical Training locations or customer site

Prerequisite
Maintenance staff must have completed the theoretical training of the aircraft type

Description
This EASA approved course is compliant with EASA Commission (EC) No 1321/2014. This course provides practical experiences and competencies to troubleshoot and perform maintenance tasks. Engineers will work with various aircraft manuals and other documentation to ensure the safe performance of maintenance, inspections and routine work. The Engineer will obtain the knowledge and skills required to perform the tasks correctly using special tools and/or equipment as required and will be knowledgeable in the correct use of technical literature and documentation

General
Practical assessment must be completed successfully as well as successful completion of the Practical Checklist as per requirements. Students will receive an EASA Part-147 Practical Certificate of Recognition upon successful completion of the course

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