Embraer ERJ-190 Series (GE CF34) to Embraer ERJ-170 Series (GE CF34) Differences Theory

This EASA Part 147 approved course is designed for aircraft maintenance engineers to meet the standard of knowledge required to perform the duties of a B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for appropriate company approvals for Embraer ERJ 190 to ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34) Differences Theory over 3 days. The course content is to the level defined in EASA PART 66 Regulations (current reference).

Code

AeCAT - 085T

Aircraft Type

EMBRAER 170/190 Series

Duration

3 days

Approval

EASA

Format

The theory training is delivered by experienced maintenance engineers in a classroom environment in English using modern delivery techniques. An individual copy of the training material is provided in digital form (with an option for a hard copy if required). The standard training programme is based on 6 hours of instruction per day with appropriate breaks. This can be extended to include visits to aircraft.

The initial entry standard for Type Training is normally holders of the appropriate Part-66 B1/2 Aircraft Maintenance Licences. It is therefore essential that candidates have a technical background in an aircraft maintenance environment and a working knowledge of the English language.

Evaluation

Theoretical Examinations

Examinations will be held at intervals through each theory course. These will be of the multi-choice type and a non-penalty marking system will be used. A minimum of 75% is required on each examination. A certificate of recognition will be issued at the end of each course to each student who has satisfactorily completed the course and has passed all the examinations/assessments.

Objectives

This course provides:

  • A detailed knowledge of the aircraft’s systems, major components and locations, their operations, functions as well as the appropriate maintenance and troubleshooting methods.
  • A working knowledge of the aircraft’s maintenance manuals and technical documentation.
  • An understanding of common maintenance practices and procedures prescribed in the AMM.
  • The knowledge to perform system monitoring and operational tests IAW the aircraft’s technical documentation.
  • Insight into the common snags experienced during maintenance events and how to prevent them.

Other Courses for This Aircraft

AeCAT can provide the full range of training on this aircraft from Gen Fam up to Combined B1/B2. The links below provide a shortcut to the relevant courses in the catalogue.

Embraer ERJ 170/190 Series (GE CF34) Combined B1/B2 Practical

This EASA Part 147 approved course supplements the theoretical training and assesses the engineer’s competence to carry out B1/B2 maintenance activities on the Embraer ERJ 170/190 Series (GE CF34) safely. It will cover Knowledge, Skills and Attitude and will take 10 days.

Embraer ERJ-190 Series (GE CF34) to Embraer ERJ-170 Series (GE CF34) Differences Practical

This EASA Part 147 approved course supplements the theoretical training and assesses the engineer’s competence to carry out B1/B2 maintenance activities on the Embraer ERJ 170 Series (GE CF34) safely. It will cover Knowledge, Skills and Attitude. It assumes prior knowledge of the Embraer ERJ 190 and will take 2 days.

Embraer ERJ 170/190 Series (GE CF34) Gen Fam Theory

This is a Non Part 147 theoretical courses at EASA Part 66 level 1. It gives a brief description of the operation, location and maintenance aspects of all aircraft systems and is intended for the management and general staff members.

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