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Avionics training

Avionics Refresh

The Airframe and Avionics Refresher course updates knowledge and proficiency to operate aircraft with a high level of safety and great efficiency.

1 week

GENERAL INFORMATION

Avionics Refresh

PREQUESITES

APPLICANTS MUST

  • Hold a valid type rating on the corresponding type of aircraft
  • Be capable of reading and understanding the official maintenance documentation, and have the ability to write and communicate in comprehensive English, to prevent any misunderstandings.


  • To evaluate your aptitudes to join the course, the following tests are available on the Learner Portal, free of charge for the customer (strongly recommended):

  • Technical English
  • Standard practices
  • Fundamentals of Mechanics
  • Fundamentals of Avionics
  • COURSE CONTENT

    THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION. (DURATION: 1 week)

    This course is available on all systems.

    EXAMPLES:

  • New avionics
  • Electrical elements
  • Integrated flight display
  • Autopilot

  • (Non-exhaustive list)

    Course content is designed in accordance with the customer’s request.
    All course duration is indicative and subject to changes according to the trainee’s experience.

    CERTIFICATE

    After successful course completion, the trainee will be awarded an AHTS diploma.

    COURSE SYLLABUS

    Avionics Refresh

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Avionics Refresh

    Avionics Difference

    The Avionics Difference course extends privileges of avionics to a new aircraft type in accordance with EASA PART 147 requirements.

    1-3 weeks

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Avionics Difference

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Have a basic level of knowledge of the B2 category
  • OR
  • Hold an academic degree in aircraft maintenance
  • OR
  • Hold the certification (release to service) of the “grand-father law”
  • AND
  • Have a PART 147 T2 type qualification for the aircraft
  • AND
  • Be capable of reading and understanding the official maintenance documentation, and have the ability to write and communicate in co
  • mprehensive English, to prevent any misunderstandings.

    It is strongly recommended to have at least 6 months of practical experience on helicopter airframe within the prior 24 months.

    To evaluate your aptitudes to join the course, the following tests are available on the Learner Portal, free of charge for the customer (strongly recommended):

  • Technical English
  • Standard practices
  • Fundamentals of Avionics
  • COURSE CONTENT

    THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION (Duration: 1 to 3 WEEKS)

    (Note: Depending on the aircraft, the following contents may not appear in all courses).

  • Documentation
  • Structure
  • Transmissions
  • Rotors
  • Electrical power
  • Hydraulic system
  • Power plant
  • Indicating/Recording
  • Landing gear
  • Servo controls
  • Fight controls
  • Fuel system
  • Engine installation
  • Automatic pilot
  • Lighting
  • Centralized maintenance
  • Ventilation & heating
  • Instruments / Avionics system
  • Fire protection
  • Ice and rain protection
  • Radio communication and navigation systems
  • Equipment and furnishing


  • All PART 147 courses may be completed with certification at the customer’s facilities (aircraft availability is mandatory)

    SKILLS TEST

    Throughout the courses, the trainee will perform type rating skills tests and practical assessment in compliance with PART 147 requirements. The applicant should demonstrate the required skills to operate the corresponding type of helicopter in the safest conditions.

    CERTIFICATE

    After successful course completion, the trainee will be awarded:
  • A PART 147 certificate on the aircraft type
  • OR
  • An AHTS diploma for NON PART 147 courses.
  • COURSE SYLLABUS

    Avionics Difference

    Light Range

    Medium Range

    Heavy Range

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Avionics Difference