Learjet 35/36 (Honeywell TFE731) B2 Diffs Practical

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

Code

AeCAT - 058P

Aircraft Type

LEARJET 35/36

Duration

2 days

Approval

EASA

Format

Practical training is a structured training event which consolidates the knowledge gained during the theoretical phase of type training by completion of an approved list of training tasks based upon the requirements defined in the EASA Part 66 regulations and CAP1529. The training is recorded in a logbook and the methodology can include Classroom Exercises, Practical Tasks, Practical Demonstration, and Simulation. A significant portion of this training is conducted in a real maintenance environment/ on aircraft.

Evaluation

Practical Training Assessment

Each student is to be assessed to a minimum of one assessment. This assessment will verify that the theoretical and practical elements of the training process have been absorbed and understood. It will gauge whether the student has attained a level of competence that enables safe maintenance activities on that aircraft type and will cover Knowledge, Skills and Attitude.

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.

Learjet 35/36 (Honeywell TFE731) Combined B1/B2 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 Learjet 35/36 (Honeywell TFE731) Combined B1/B2 Theory over 14 days.The course content is to the level defined in EASA PART 66 Regulations (current reference).

Learjet 35/36 (Honeywell TFE731) 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 Learjet 35/36 (Honeywell TFE731) safely. It will cover Knowledge, Skills and Attitude and will take 10 days.

Learjet 35/36 (Honeywell TFE731) B1 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 certifying engineer and to apply for appropriate company approvals for Learjet 35/36 (Honeywell TFE731) B1 Theory over 13 days.The course content is to the level defined in EASA PART 66 Regulations .

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