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NH90 TTH

Mechanics Type Rating

The Mechanics Type Rating course is designed to provide mechanics technicians with the knowledge and necessary skills to maintain airframe, helicopter mechanical systems, rotors, transmissions, and power plants of the NH 90 TTH. It combines both theoretical instruction and practical training. The contents of the training courses are, as far as applicable, in accordance with the standards as specified by the EASA PART 66 regulations

8 weeks

GENERAL INFORMATION

NH90 TTH Mechanics Type Rating

PREQUESITES

APPLICANTS MUST

  • Be qualified Mechanics technician (hold a diploma equivalent to B1-3 license)

  • Have completed the familiarization course

  • Have a good knowledge of helicopter airframe mechanical systems and engine

  • Be familiar with the use of helicopter documentation

  • Have the capacity to read, write and communicate in English with comprehensive level on technical documentation.


  • 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
  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration of the course: 8 weeks)

    THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Airframe

  • Ground handling and servicing

  • Main rotor/ Main rotor controls/ Main rotor drive system

  • Power plant

  • Fuel system

  • Tail rotor drive system

  • Tail rotor

  • Hydraulic systems

  • Flight controls

  • Electrical systems

  • Other systems (environmental protection, mission equipment)
  • SKILLS TEST

    At the end of the courses, the trainee will perform a type rating skills test and flight assessment in compliance with the training syllabus. The applicant should demonstrate the required skills for the safe operation of the applicable type of helicopter.

    CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SYLLABUS

    NH90 TTH Mechanics Type Rating

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    NH90 TTH Mechanics Type Rating

    NH90 NFH

    Mechanics Type Rating

    The Mechanics Type Rating course is designed to provide mechanics technicians with the knowledge and necessary skills to maintain airframe, helicopter mechanical systems, rotors, transmissions, and power plants of the NH 90 NFH. It combines both theoretical instruction and practical training. The contents of the training courses are, as far as applicable, in accordance with the standards as specified by the EASA PART 66 regulations

    8 weeks

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Mechanics Type Rating NH90 NFH

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Be qualified Mechanics technician (hold a diploma equivalent to B1-3 license)

  • Have completed the familiarization course

  • Have a good knowledge of the helicopter’s airframe mechanical systems and engine

  • Be familiar with the use of helicopter documentation

  • Have the capacity to read, write and communicate in English with comprehensive level on technical documentation.


  • 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
  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration of the course: 8 weeks)

    THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Airframe

  • Ground handling and servicing

  • Main rotor/ Main rotor controls/ Main rotor drive system

  • Power plant

  • Fuel system

  • Tail rotor drive system

  • Tail rotor

  • Hydraulic systems

  • Flight controls

  • Electrical systems

  • Other systems (environmental protection, mission equipment)
  • SKILLS TEST

    At the end of the courses, the trainee will perform a type rating skills test and flight assessment in compliance with the training syllabus. The applicant should demonstrate the required skills for the safe operation of the applicable type of helicopter.

    CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SYLLABUS

    Mechanics Type Rating NH90 NFH

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Mechanics Type Rating NH90 NFH

    Tiger

    Mechanics Type Rating

    The Mechanics Type Rating course is designed to provide Mechanics techicians with the knowledge and necessary skills to maintain airframe, helicopter mechanical systems, rotors, transmissions, and power plants of the TIGER. It combines both theoretical instruction and practical training. The contents of the training courses are, as far as applicable, in accordance with the standards as specified by the EASA PART 66 regulations

    5 weeks

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Mechanics Type Rating Tiger

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Be a qualified Mechanics technician (hold a diploma equivalent to B1-3 license)

  • Have completed the familiarization course

  • Have a good knowledge of the helicopter’s airframe mechanical systems and engine

  • Be familiar with the use of helicopter documentation

  • Have the capacity to read, write and communicate in English with comprehensive level on technical documentation.


  • 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

    (Total duration of the course: 5 weeks)

    THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Airframe

  • Ground handling and servicing

  • Main rotor/ Main rotor controls/ Main rotor drive system

  • Power plant

  • Fuel system

  • Tail rotor drive system

  • Tail rotor

  • Hydraulic systems

  • Flight controls

  • Electrical systems

  • Other systems (environmental protection, mission equipment)
  • SKILLS TEST

    At the end of the courses, the trainee will perform a type rating skills test and flight assessment in compliance with the training syllabus. The applicant should demonstrate the required skills for the safe operation of the applicable type of helicopter.

    CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Mechanics Type Rating Tiger

    NH90 TTH

    Aircraft Maintenance Technician

    The Aircraft Maintenance Technician (AMT) course is designed to provide aircraft maintenance technicians with the knowledge and necessary skills to maintain the whole mechanical and avionics systems of the NH90 TTH. It combines both theoretical instruction and practical training. The contents of the training courses are, as far as applicable, in accordance with the standards as specified by the EASA PART 66 regulations.

    10 weeks

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Aircraft Maintenance Technician NH90 TTH

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Be qualified as a Maintenance technician (Hold a diploma equivalent to the B1-3 and B2 licenses)

  • Have completed the Familiarization course

  • Have a good knowledge of helicopter airframe mechanical systems, engine, electrical and avionics systems

  • Have a basic knowledge of systems based on digital technology

  • Have at least 3 years of experience in maintenance on helicopter systems and engine (O and I level) within the last 5 years

  • Be familiar with the use of helicopter technical documentation

  • Have the capacity to read, write and communicate in English with a comprehensive level on technical documentation


  • 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
  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration of the course: 10 weeks)

    THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Airframe

  • Ground handling

  • Main rotor/ Main rotor controls/ Main rotor drive systems

  • Power plant

  • Fuel system

  • Tail rotor drive systems/ Tail rotor

  • Hydraulic systems

  • Flight controls

  • Electronic flight instrument system

  • Electrical generation and lighting systems

  • Piloting, navigation, communication and identification system

  • Tactical mission system

  • Other systems (Environmental protection, mission equipment)
  • SKILLS TEST

    At the end of the courses, the trainee will perform a type rating skills test and flight assessment in compliance with the training syllabus. The applicant should demonstrate the required skills for the safe operation of the applicable type of helicopter

    CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Aircraft Maintenance Technician NH90 TTH

    NH90 NFH

    Aircraft Maintenance Technician

    The Aircraft Maintenance Technician (AMT) course is designed to provide aircraft maintenance technicians with the knowledge and necessary skills to maintain the whole mechanical and avionics systems of the NH90 NFH. It combines both theoretical instruction and practical training. The contents of the training courses are, as far as applicable, in accordance with the standards as specified by the EASA PART 66 regulations.

    12 weeks

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Aircraft Mainenance Technician NH90 NFH

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Be qualified as a Maintenance technician (Hold a diploma equivalent to the B1-3 and B2 licenses)

  • Have completed the Familiarization course

  • Have a good knowledge of helicopter airframe mechanical systems, engine, electrical and avionics systems

  • Have a basic knowledge of systems based on digital technology

  • Have at least 3 years of experience in maintenance oh helicopter systems and engine (O and I level) within the last 5 years

  • Be familiar with the use of helicopter technical documentation

  • Have the capacity to read, write and communicate in English with a comprehensive level on technical documentation


  • 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

  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration of the course: 12 weeks)

    THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Airframe

  • Ground handling

  • Main rotor/ Main rotor controls/ Main rotor drive systems

  • Power plant

  • Fuel system

  • Tail rotor drive systems/ Tail rotor

  • Hydraulic systems

  • Flight controls

  • Electronic flight instrument system

  • Electrical generation and lighting systems

  • Piloting, navigation, communication and identification system

  • Tactical mission system

  • Other systems (Environmental protection, mission equipment)
  • SKILLS TEST

    At the end of the courses, the trainee will perform a type rating skills test and flight assessment in compliance with the training syllabus. The applicant should demonstrate the required skills for the safe operation of the applicable type of helicopter

    CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Aircraft Mainenance Technician NH90 NFH

    Tiger

    Aircraft Maintenance Technician

    The Aircraft Maintenance Technician (AMT) course is designed to provide aircraft maintenance technicians with the knowledge and necessary skills to maintain the whole mechanical and avionics systems of the TIGER. It combines both theoretical instruction and practical training. The contents of the training courses are, as far as applicable, in accordance with the standards as specified by the EASA PART 66 regulations.

    10 weeks

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Aircraft Maintenance Technician Tiger

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Be qualified as a Maintenance technician (Hold a diploma equivalent to the B1-3 and B2 licenses)

  • Have completed the Familiarization course

  • Have a good knowledge of helicopter airframe mechanical systems, engine, electrical and avionics systems

  • Have a basic knowledge of systems based on digital technology

  • Have at least 3 years of experience in maintenance oh helicopter systems and engine (O and I level) within the last 5 years

  • Be familiar with the use of helicopter technical documentation

  • Have the capacity to read, write and communicate in English with a comprehensive level on technical documentation


  • 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
  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration of the course :10 weeks)

    THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Airframe

  • Ground handling

  • Main rotor/ Main rotor controls/ Main rotor drive systems

  • Power plant

  • Fuel system

  • Tail rotor drive systems/ Tail rotor

  • Hydraulic systems

  • Flight controls

  • Electronic flight instrument system

  • Electrical generation and lighting systems

  • Piloting, navigation, communication and identification system

  • Tactical mission system

  • Other systems (Environmental protection, mission equipment)
  • SKILLS TEST

    At the end of the courses, the trainee will perform a type rating skills test and flight assessment in compliance with the training syllabus. The applicant should demonstrate the required skills for the safe operation of the applicable type of helicopter

    CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Aircraft Maintenance Technician Tiger

    NH90 TTH

    Refresher

    The Refresher course updates knowledge and proficiency to operate NH 90 TTH with a high level of safety and great efficiency.

    1 week

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Refresher NH90 TTH

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Have a type rating

  • Have practical experience on the NH 90 TTH aircraft
  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration: 1 week)
    This course reviews the main subjects of the relevant theoretical type rating course. The course content may be designed according to customer’s request.

    THEORETICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Airframe

  • Ground handling and servicing

  • Main rotor/ Main rotor controls/ Main rotor drive system

  • Power plant

  • Fuel system

  • Tail rotor drive system

  • Tail rotor

  • Hydraulic systems

  • Flight controls

  • Electrical systems

  • Other systems (environmental protection, mission equipment)
  • CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Refresher NH90 TTH

    NH90 NFH

    Refresher

    The Refresher course updates knowledge and proficiency to operate NH 90 NFH with a high level of safety and great efficiency.

    1 week

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Refresher NH90 NFH

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Have a type rating an

  • Have practical experience on the NFH aircraft

  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration: 1 week)
    This course reviews the main subjects of the relevant theoretical type rating course. The course content may be designed according to customer’s request.

    THEORETICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Airframe

  • Ground handling and servicing

  • Main rotor/ Main rotor controls/ Main rotor drive system

  • Power plant

  • Fuel system

  • Tail rotor drive system

  • Tail rotor

  • Hydraulic systems

  • Flight controls

  • Electrical systems

  • Other systems (environmental protection, mission equipment)
  • CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Refresher NH90 NFH

    Tiger

    Refresher

    The Refresher course updates knowledge and proficiency to operate a Tiger helicopter with a high level of safety and great efficiency.

    1 week

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Refresher Tiger

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Have a type rating

  • Have practical experience on the TIGER aircraft
  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration: 1 week)
    This course reviews the main subjects of the relevant theoretical type rating course. The course content may be designed according to customer’s request.

    THEORETICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Airframe

  • Ground handling and servicing

  • Main rotor/ Main rotor controls/ Main rotor drive system

  • Power plant

  • Fuel system

  • Tail rotor drive system

  • Tail rotor

  • Hydraulic systems

  • Flight controls

  • Electrical systems

  • Other systems (environmental protection, mission equipment)
  • CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Refresher Tiger

    NH90

    Familiarisation

    The objective of the familiarisation course is to provide general information and understanding on the NH90 aircraft, mission and weapon systems, on the helicopter’s capabilities as well as awareness of general safety requirements related to the helicopter’s operations and maintenance.
    At the completion of the familiarisation course, the trainees will have a general knowledge of the NH90 helicopter and its related systems.

    1 week

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Familiarisation NH90

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Hold an aeronautical diploma (civil or military)

  • Have aeronautical experience

  • Have the capacity to read, write and express in English with comprehensive level on technical documentation.
  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration of the course NH 90TTH, NFH: 1 week)
  • Program history and milestones

  • Air vehicle general presentation

  • Electrical and avionics systems

  • Mechanical system

  • Mission and weapons systems TTH/ NFH

  • Helicopter performances and limitations

  • Maintenance
  • CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SYLLABUS

    Familiarisation NH90

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Familiarisation NH90

    Line Service Technician

    The Line Service Technician course provides knowledge and proficiency to carry out ground support to the aircraft with a high level of safety and great efficiency, as well as assisting the aircrew during pre-flight and post-flight operations.

    2 weeks

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Line Service Technician

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Be qualified as a line service technician

  • Have completed the familiarization course

  • Have a basic knowledge of the helicopter’s airframe mechanical systems and electrical systems

  • Be familiar with the use of helicopter documentation

  • Have the capacity to read, write and express in English with comprehensive level on technical documentation.


  • An English test is available on the Learner Portal, free of charge for the customer (strongly recommended).

    COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration of the course NH 90TTH, NFH and Tiger: 2weeks)

    THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION

  • Ground handling and servicing

  • Fuel, hydraulic and electrical system

  • Engine and auxiliary power unit

  • Transmission and pylon/ Blades folding
  • CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Line Service Technician

    Maintenance Supervisor

    The Maintenance Supervisor course provides the Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor with the knowledge and necessary skills to manage and supervise maintenance on NH90 or Tiger aircraft.

    1 week

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Maintenance Supervisor

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Be qualified on NH 90 or Tiger

  • Be qualified as maintenance supervisor

  • Have a good knowledge of the helicopter’s airframe mechanical systems and engines

  • Be familiar with avionics system components being part of digital electronic aircraft systems integration

  • Have at least 5 years of experience in maintenance of helicopter mechanical and avionics systems

  • Have a basic knowledge of helicopters airframe mechanical systems and electrical systems

  • Be familiar with the use of helicopter documentation

  • Have the capacity to read, write and communicate in English with comprehensive level on technical documentation.


  • 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
  • COURSE CONTENT

    (Total duration of the course NH 90TTH, NFH and Tiger: 1 week)

    THEORETICAL INSTRUCTION

  • NH 90 or Tiger integrated logistic system

  • Quality assurance process

  • Documentation management

  • Interactive electronic technical publication administration
  • CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    Maintenance Supervisor

    Hands-On Maturity and Enhancement

    (HOME)

    The “Hands-On Maturity and Enhancement” (HOME) training is designed to prepare Aircraft Maintenance technicians through training and performance testing, conducted by qualified NH 90 and Tiger instructors in the working Line Maintenance environment. It provides practical hands-on experience and has the advantage of providing training on tasks which meet the immediate needs of a technician.
    This training program dedicated to Standard Practice Enhancement is proposed to the all Airbus Helicopters range. It is based on a Structured On-the-Job-Training process that defines final objectives.

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    HOME

    PREQUESITES

    APPLICANTS MUST

  • Have successfully completed their conversion to type training and be qualified
  • COURSE CONTENT

    (The duration of the course depends on customer’s request)

    SEVERAL TRAINING PROGRAMS, COVERING VARIOUS AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE LEVELS

  • Flight line and transit services

  • Base maintenance – 100 flight hours inspection

  • Base maintenance – 300 flight hours inspection

  • Base maintenance – 600 flight hours inspection

  • “After events” inspection
  • CERTIFICATE

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

    COURSE SCHEDULE

    HOME