Aircraft Mechanics

PART 145 Aircraft Mechanic Assistant

Operational Maintenance

OBJECTIVES

- Ensure the continuing airworthiness of aircraft in compliance with the regulations in force and aviation culture.

- Assimilate the knowledge, know-how and know-how-to-be required within the technical scope of the subjects that are taught.

- This training course allows participants to have their basic knowledge validated by a PART 147-approved organization.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Employed or self-employed applicants holding an educational level from type IV or V (French Ministry of National Education), with a good technical background (mechanics, electricity, electrical engineering or industrial maintenance), methodology, professional rigor and dedication relevant with the requirements of air trades.

Basic skills (reading, writing and maths) must be managed, in addition to basic English language skills.

TRAINING METHODS

- Training course compliant with Levels I, II and III (ATA 104 Specification)

- Description of representative aircraft parts and equipment

- Electronic and/or paper documentation provided to the participants.
AIDE MÉCANICIEN AVION PART 145

PROGRAMME

Theoretical training: 224 hours

- EASA Aviation Regulation: 7 hours

- Human Factors and Safety Management System: 14 hours

- Aircraft systems and components (ATA): 119 hours

- Rules of the art for aircraft mechanics: 14 hours

- Fuel Tank Safety & CDCCL: 8 hours

- EWIS (Electrical Wiring Interconnection System): 7 hours

- Aeronautical technical English: 56 hours

- Knowledge assessment


Practical training: 226 hours

Provided within a PART 147-approved training and examination organization.

- Skills assessment



On-The-Job training: 150 hours


Provided within a PART 145-approved organization.








RATE / AVAILABLE VERSION

français     Blended
Duration (H)*: 600   Rate VAT Excl.: 6780 €