The T4 Familiarisation course provides a general understanding of the helicopter, its system and its power plant, in accordance with EASA PART 147 requirements.
Have the knowledge of B1-3, B2 or C category
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, a Technical English test is available on the Learner Portal, free of charge for the customer
THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL INSTRUCTION (Duration: 1 week)
(Note: Depending on the aircraft, the following contents may not appear in all courses)
Ventilation & heating
Instruments / Avionics system
Ice and rain protection
Radio communication and navigation systems
Equipment and furnishing
All course duration is based on PART 147 requirements and subject to changes regarding EASA requirements and according to the trainee’s experience. All PART 147 courses can be provided with or without certification; the duration of the non-certified courses remains the same or can be adapted at your request.
For a similar NON PART 147 course, please refer to the Aircraft Generalities course syllabus.
Throughout the courses, the trainee will perform a type rating skills test 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.
After successful course completion, the trainee will be awarded: