ATR 42/72 All Series- EASA 147 approved

ATR 42/72 initial courses or difference courses, all approved EASA 147, AGT is specialised on ATR type courses.

ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A (PWC PW 120) Initial

Theoretical Elements – ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A (PWC PW 120)

The ATR 72 212A type course includes ATR 42/72 500 and ATR 42/72 600

Duration ATR 42 400/500/72-212A B1B2, including 500 and 600 Series : 23 DAYS

AGT is approved to teach ATR 42/72 500 Only

Duration ONLY ATR 42/ 72 500 B1B2 : 20 DAYS

AGT is approved to teach ATR 42/72 600 Only

Duration ONLY ATR 42/72 600 B1B2 : 20 DAYS

 

Course Outline – B1B2 Combined

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will aquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff category B1.1 or B2. The ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A type course (theoretical elements) provides detailed systems description, systems operation, malfunctions, component location, removal/installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures.

The training can be conducted in AGT approved classroom or customer site or using our approved Synchronous Distance learning platform. If the virtual classroom is used, the level 3 training, examination phases will be conducted before practical training in real environment in AGT or customer site.

Objectives

Level 1 General Familiarization

• A brief overview of the airplane, systems and power plants as outlined in the systems

• Description section of the Aircrafft Maintenance Manual.

Level 2 Ramp and Transit

• Basic System overview of controls, indicators, principal components including their location and purpose, servicing and minor trouble shooting.

Level 3 Line and Base Maintenance

In addition to the information contained in level 1 and level 2 training, upon completion of the level 3 training, the participant will be able to :

• Describe how to perform system, component and functional checks as specified in the maintenance manual.

• Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect of fault diagnosis and rectification to the maintenance manual level.

•Describe procedures for replacement of components unique to the aircraft to maintenance manual level.

Target group

EASA Part-66 category B1.1 or B2 or other maintenance staff.

Prerequisites

EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence category B1.1 or B2 or equivalent.

Examination Phase

Performed closed book, multiple-choice questionnaire. Pass mark per phase is 75%.

Certificates

Certificates of Recognition (CoR) will  be issued after training.

Certificates approved by EASA.

Practical – ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A (PWC PW 120)

* ATR 42/72 500 and ATR 42/72 600

* ATR 42/72 500 Only

* ATR 42/72 600 Only

 

OPTIMUM DURATION : 9 DAYS

DURATION 500 ONLY : 8 DAYS

DURATION 600 ONLY : 8 DAYS

Course Outline

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff of the specified category stated in the course title. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level.

 

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
• Apply the relevant safety precautions
• Identify and apply aircraft technical documentation
• Name, identify and locate aircraft system components
• Perform normal operation of aircraft systems
• Perform the servicing and ground handling
• Perform inspections and routine work
• Perform system functional/operational and on-board maintenance system supported tests
• Awareness for the use of special tooling and test equipment
• Perform rigging and adjustments
• Carry out routine through visual inspections
• Describe component removal/installation procedures unique to the aircraft type
• Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL, and explain maintenance procedures according to the minimum equipment list (MEL)
• Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification.

Practical training will be documented in the Practical Training Record.

 

Target group

• EASA Part-66 category B1 or B2 or other maintenance staff prerequisites

• EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence category B1.1 or B2 having successfully completed the appropriate B1B2 theoretical course on relevant aircraft type and previous practical experience of aircraft/engine of comparable construction and system.

Engines

PW 127

Engine Ground Run – ATR 42/72 500 or ATR 42/72 600 (PWC PW 127)

Theoretical and Practical Phases

 

DURATION ATR 500 

Theoretical : 1 day

Practical : 8 hours simulator session for 3 trainees.

 

DURATION ATR 600

Theoretical : 1 day

Practical : 4 hours simulator session for 3 trainees.

 

Description – Theoretical

Engine limitations

Phraseology

Crew coordination

Normal/Abnormal procedures

 

Description – Practical

In simulator : in Paris (FRANCE) or in Bangkok (THAILAND).

Aircraft preparation

Normal engine start

Engine start failures

Engine motoring

Power assurance check

Engine fire

Electrical smoke

Engine stall

Engine flame out

 

Prerequisites

Have attended the ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A (PWC PW 120) type course.

General Familiarization

ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A (PWC PW 120)

For ATR 42/72 500 Only or ATR 42/72 600 Only or ATR 42/72 500 and 600

 

DURATION

5 days
Theoretical : 30 hours

Description

A brief overview of the airplane, systems such as Airframe, Avionics and Engine/ Propeller as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual. All ATA 104 Level 1.

The training can be conducted in AGT approved classroom or customer site or using our approved Synchronous Distance learning platform. If the virtual classroom is used, the level 3 training, examination phases will be conducted before practical training in real environment in AGT or customer site.

Target Group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and management of airline or Maintenance and Repair Overhaul, people from store, logistic department who need technical and safety culture. Staff works in CAMO or management position in airline or in MRO.

Prerequisites

English

Examination

Phase examination, closed book, multiple-choice examination type. Pass mark per phase examination is 75%.

Certificate

After completion of the course and pass the exam, an electronic Certificate of Completion will be issued.

Borescope Inspection – ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A

 

DURATION

Theory : 4 hours

Practical : 2 hours per person, on the engine (PWC PW 120)

Description

Borescope inspection course is designed to allow the student to understand the purpose of the critical parts of the engine and to identify the allowable damages at each particular areas of the engine.

Prerequisites

– B1 Licenced Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Inspectors
– Personnel carrying out maintenance tasks on aircraft or components – The trainees must be able to read, write and listen English language.
– Applicable Engine must be available for practical session and a 4-6mm Diameter flexible borescope

Training Dates

The dates are adjusted from the custumer requests. The course can be performed at the costumer facilities.

Examination

No exam is required. AGT certificate of achievement will be delivered.

Recurrent – ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A

 

DURATION

5 days
Theoretical : 30 hours

Description

The purpose of the recurrent training is to have
• a review of the normal operation on the systems,
• remind them what is the way to monitor the correct operation of the systems
• clear in the mind the trouble shooting procedure of the most critical components.

Access to CMM Hamilton and PW for the trainees is required.

The training can be conducted in AGT approved classroom or customer site or using our approved Synchronous Distance learning platform. If the virtual classroom is used, the level 3 training, examination phases will be conducted before practical training in real environment in AGT or customer site.

Prerequisites

ATR rated.

Trouble shooting

With one snag reported by the pilot, the instructor will show how to identify the default component, by comparing the procedure described in the Trouble Shooting Manual and the experience of the aircraft. The list of the trouble shooting elements is function of the experience of the engineers in the class. The trouble shooting is performed for the following ATA chapters: 21, 22, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 36, 42, 45, 61, 73, 74, 75, 80.

ATR 42-200/300 TO ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A (PWC PW 120)

Difference Course

 

DURATION: 8 DAYS

Course Outline

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff of the specified category stated in the course title. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level.

Objectives

Level 1 General Familiarization

A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

Level 2 Ramp and Transit

Basic system overview of controls, indicators, principal components including their location and purpose, servicing and minor trouble shooting.

Level 3 Line and Base Maintenance

Detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation BITE and troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level.

Target group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and Part-66 Category B1 & B2: Line and Base Maintenance Technician – mechanical & avionics.

 

Prerequisites

Basic technical English, basic technical aircraft knowledge and successfully completed corresponding theoretical course on specified aircraft type and engine : ATR 42-200/300 (PWC PW120) Level III.

ATR 72-100/200 TO ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A (PWC PW 120)

Difference Course

 

DURATION : 6 DAYS

Course Outline

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff of the specified category stated in the course title. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level.

Objectives

Level 1 General Familiarization
A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
Level 2 Ramp and Transit
Basic system overview of controls, indicators, principal components including their location and purpose, servicing and minor trouble shooting.
Level 3 Line and Base Maintenance
Detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation BITE and troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level.

Target group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and Part-66 Category B1 & B2: Line and Base Maintenance Technician – mechanical & avionics.

 

Prerequisites

Basic technical English, basic technical aircraft knowledge and successfully completed corresponding theoretical course on specified aircraft type and engine : ATR 72-100/200 series (PWC PW 120)..

ATR 42-400/500/72-212A aircraft Courses,

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– ATR 42/72 500 Only
– ATR 42/72 600 Only
– ATR 42/72 500 and 600

ATR 42-200/300 SERIES (PWC PW 120) Initial

Theoretical – ATR 42-200/300 SERIES (PWC PW 120)

DURATION : 23 days

Course Outline – B1B2 Combined

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will aquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff category B1.1 or B2. The ATR 42-200/300 type course (theoretical elements) provides detailed systems description, systems operation, malfunctions, component location, removal/installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures.

The training can be conducted in AGT approved classroom or customer site or using our approved Synchronous Distance learning platform. If the virtual classroom is used, the level 3 training, examination phases will be conducted before practical training in real environment in AGT or customer site.

Objectives

EASA Level 1 (General Familiarisation)

A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

EASA Level 2 (Ramp and Transit)

Basic system overview of controls, indicators, principal components including their location and purpose, servicing and minor trouble shooting.

EASA Level 3 (Line and Base Maintenance)

Detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation BITE and troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level.

Target group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and Part-66 Category B1.1 & B2 : Line and Base Maintenance Technician – mechanical & avionics.

Prerequisites

Basic technical English and basic technical aircraft knowledge or Category A license.

Examination Phase

Performed closed book, multiple-choice questionnaire. Pass mark per phase is 75%.

Certificates

Certificates of Recognition (CoR) will  be issued after training.

Certificates approved by EASA.

Practical – ATR 42-200/300 SERIES (PWC PW 120)

OPTIMUM DURATION : 8 DAYS

Course Outline

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff of the specified category stated in the course title. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
• Apply the relevant safety precautions
• Identify and apply aircraft technical documentation
• Name, identify and locate aircraft system components
• Perform normal operation of aircraft systems
• Perform the servicing and ground handling
• Perform inspections and routine work
• Perform system functional/operational and on-board maintenance system supported tests
• Awareness for the use of special tooling and test equipment
• Perform rigging and adjustments
• Carry out routine through visual inspections
• Describe component removal/installation procedures unique to the aircraft type
• Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL, and explain maintenance procedures according to the minimum equipment list (MEL)
• Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification.

Prerequisites

Basic technical English and basic technical aircraft knowledge or Category A license.

Target group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and Part-66 Category B1.1 & B2 : Line and Base Maintenance Technician – mechanical & avionics.

Engine Ground Run – ATR 42-200/300 (PWC PW 120)

Theoretical and Practical Phases

 

DURATION

Theoretical : 1 day

Practical : 4 hours simulator session for 3 trainees.

 

Description – Theoretical

Engine limitations

Phraseology

Crew coordination

Normal/Abnormal procedures

 

Description – Practical

In simulator, in Paris (FRANCE) or in Bangkok (THAILAND).

Aircraft preparation

Normal engine start

Engine start failures

Engine motoring

Power assurance check

Engine fire

Electrical smock

Engine stall

Engine flame out

 

Prerequisites

Have attended the ATR 42-200/300 (PWC PW 120) type course.

 

General Familiarization

ATR 42-200/300 (PWC PW 120)

 

DURATION

5 days
Theoretical : 31 hours

Description

A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

The training can be conducted in AGT approved classroom or customer site or using our approved Synchronous Distance learning platform. If the virtual classroom is used, the level 3 training, examination phases will be conducted before practical training in real environment in AGT or customer site.

Target Group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and management of airline or Maintenance and Repair Overhaul, people from store, logistic department who need technical and safety culture.

Prerequisites

English

Examination Phase

Performed closed book, multiple-choice questionnaire. Pass mark per phase is 75%.

Certificates

Certificates of Recognition (CoR) will  be issued after training.

Certificates approved by EASA.

Borescope Inspection – ATR 42-200/300

 

DURATION

Theory : 4 hours

Practical : 2 hours per person, on the engine (PWC PW 120)

Description

Borescope inspection course is designed to allow the student to understand the purpose of the critical parts of the engine and to identify the allowable damages at each particular areas of the engine.

Prerequisites

– B1.1 Licenced Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Inspectors
– Personnel carrying out maintenance tasks on aircraft or components – The trainees must be able to read, write and listen English language.
– Applicable Engine must be available for practical session and a 4-6mm Diameter flexible borescope

Training Dates

The dates are adjusted from the custumer requests. The course can be performed at the costumer facilities.

Examination

No exam is required. AGT certificate of achievement will be delivered.

Recurrent – ATR 42-200/300

 

DURATION

5 days
Theoretical : 30 hours

Description

The purpose of the recurrent training is to have
• a review of the normal operation on the systems,
• remind them what is the way to monitor the correct operation of the systems
• clear in the mind the trouble shooting procedure of the most critical components.

Access to CMM Hamilton and PW for the trainees is required.

The training can be conducted in AGT approved classroom or customer site or using our approved Synchronous Distance learning platform. If the virtual classroom is used, the level 3 training, examination phases will be conducted before practical training in real environment in AGT or customer site.

Prerequisites

ATR rated.

Trouble shooting

With one snag reported by the pilot, the instructor will show how to identify the default component, by comparing the procedure described in the Trouble Shooting Manual and the experience of the aircraft. The list of the trouble shooting elements is function of the experience of the engineers in the class. The trouble shooting is performed for the following ATA chapters: 21, 22, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 36, 42, 45, 61, 73, 74, 75, 80.

ATR 72-100/200 TO ATR 42-200/300
Difference Course

 

 

DURATION : 2 DAYS

Course Outline

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff of the specified category stated in the course title. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level.

 

Objectives

EASA Level 1 (General Familiarisation)
A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
EASA Level 2 (Ramp and Transit)
Basic system overview of controls, indicators, principal components including their location and purpose, servicing and minor trouble shooting.
EASA Level 3 (Line and Base Maintenance)
Detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation BITE and troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level.

 

Target group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and Part-66 Category B1.1 & B2 : Line and Base Maintenance Technician – mechanical & avionics.

Prerequisites

Basic technical English, basic technical aircraft knowledge and successfully completed corresponding theoretical course on specified aircraft type and engine : ATR 72-100/200 series (PWC PW120) Level III.

ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A TO ATR 42-200/300
Difference Course

 

 

DURATION : 3 DAYS

Course Outline

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff of the specified category stated in the course title. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level.

 

Objectives

EASA Level 1 (General Familiarisation)
A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
EASA Level 2 (Ramp and Transit)
Basic system overview of controls, indicators, principal components including their location and purpose, servicing and minor trouble shooting.
EASA Level 3 (Line and Base Maintenance)
Detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation BITE and troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level.

 

Target group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and Part-66 Category B1.1 & B2 : Line and Base Maintenance Technician – mechanical & avionics.

Prerequisites

Basic technical English, basic technical aircraft knowledge and successfully completed corresponding theoretical course on specified aircraft type and engine : ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A (PWC PW120) Level III.

ATR 42-200/300 aircraft Courses,

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ATR 72-100/200 SERIES (PWC PW 120) Initial

Theoretical – ATR 72-100/200 SERIES (PWC PW 120)

DURATION : 24 DAYS

Course Outline – B1B2 Combined

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will aquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff category B1.1 or B2. The ATR 72-100/200 type course (theoretical elements) provides detailed systems description, systems operation, malfunctions, component location, removal/installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures.

The training can be conducted in AGT approved classroom or customer site or using our approved Synchronous Distance learning platform. If the virtual classroom is used, the level 3 training, examination phases will be conducted before practical training in real environment in AGT or customer site.

Objectives

EASA Level 1 (General Familiarisation)
A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
EASA Level 2 (Ramp and Transit)
Basic system overview of controls, indicators, principal components including their location and purpose, servicing and minor trouble shooting.
EASA Level 3 (Line and Base Maintenance)
Detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation BITE and troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level.

Target group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and Part-66 Category B1.1 & B2 : Line and Base Maintenance Technician – mechanical & avionics.

Prerequisites

Basic technical English and basic technical aircraft knowledge or Category A license.

Examination Phase

Performed closed book, multiple-choice questionnaire. Pass mark per phase is 75%.

Certificates

Certificates of Recognition (CoR) will  be issued after training.

Certificates approved by EASA.

Practical – ATR 72-100/200 SERIES (PWC PW 120)

OPTIMUM DURATION : 8 DAYS

Course Outline

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff of the specified category stated in the course title. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to:
• Apply the relevant safety precautions
• Identify and apply aircraft technical documentation
• Name, identify and locate aircraft system components
• Perform normal operation of aircraft systems
• Perform the servicing and ground handling
• Perform inspections and routine work
• Perform system functional/operational and on-board maintenance system supported tests
• Awareness for the use of special tooling and test equipment
• Perform rigging and adjustments
• Carry out routine through visual inspections
• Describe component removal/installation procedures unique to the aircraft type
• Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL, and explain maintenance procedures according to the minimum equipment list (MEL)
• Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification.

Target group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and Part-66 Category B1.1 & B2 : Line and Base Maintenance Technician – mechanical & avionics.

Prerequisites

Basic technical English and basic technical aircraft knowledge or Category A license.

Engine Ground Run – ATR 72-100/200 (PWC PW 120)

Theoretical and Practical Phases

 

DURATION

Theoretical : 1 day

Practical : 4 hours simulator session for 3 trainees.

 

Description – Theoretical

Engine limitations

Phraseology

Crew coordination

Normal/Abnormal procedures

 

Description – Practical

In simulator, in Paris (FRANCE) or in Bangkok (THAILAND).

Aircraft preparation

Normal engine start

Engine start failures

Engine motoring

Power assurance check

Engine fire

Electrical smock

Engine stall

Engine flame out

 

Prerequisites

Have attended the ATR 72-100/200 (PWC PW 120) type course.

 

General Familiarization

ATR 72-100/200 (PWC PW 120)

 

DURATION

5 days
Theoretical : 31 hours

Description

A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

The training can be conducted in AGT approved classroom or customer site or using our approved Synchronous Distance learning platform. If the virtual classroom is used, the level 3 training, examination phases will be conducted before practical training in real environment in AGT or customer site.

Target Group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and management of airline or Maintenance and Repair Overhaul, people from store, logistic department who need technical and safety culture.

Prerequisites

English

Examination Phase

Performed closed book, multiple-choice questionnaire. Pass mark per phase is 75%.

Certificates

Certificates of Recognition (CoR) will  be issued after training.

Certificates approved by EASA.

Borescope Inspection – ATR 72-100/200

 

DURATION

Theory : 4 hours

Practical : 2 hours per person, on the engine (PWC PW 120)

Description

Borescope inspection course is designed to allow the student to understand the purpose of the critical parts of the engine and to identify the allowable damages at each particular areas of the engine.

Prerequisites

– B1.1 Licenced Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Inspectors
– Personnel carrying out maintenance tasks on aircraft or components – The trainees must be able to read, write and listen English language.
– Applicable Engine must be available for practical session and a 4-6mm Diameter flexible borescope

Training Dates

The dates are adjusted from the custumer requests. The course can be performed at the costumer facilities.

Examination

No exam is required. AGT certificate of achievement will be delivered.

Recurrent – ATR 72-100/200

 

DURATION

5 days
Theoretical : 30 hours

Description

The purpose of the recurrent training is to have
• a review of the normal operation on the systems,
• remind them what is the way to monitor the correct operation of the systems
• clear in the mind the trouble shooting procedure of the most critical components.

Access to CMM Hamilton and PW for the trainees is required.

The training can be conducted in AGT approved classroom or customer site or using our approved Synchronous Distance learning platform. If the virtual classroom is used, the level 3 training, examination phases will be conducted before practical training in real environment in AGT or customer site.

Prerequisites

ATR rated.

Trouble shooting

With one snag reported by the pilot, the instructor will show how to identify the default component, by comparing the procedure described in the Trouble Shooting Manual and the experience of the aircraft. The list of the trouble shooting elements is function of the experience of the engineers in the class. The trouble shooting is performed for the following ATA chapters: 21, 22, 24, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34, 36, 42, 45, 61, 73, 74, 75, 80.

ATR 72 100/200 Series training courses,
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AGT, EASA 147 Academy, your partner.

ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A TO ATR 72-100/200

Difference Course

 

DURATION : 2 DAYS

Course Outline

This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III “Type Training and Examination Standard”. The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff of the specified category stated in the course title. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level.

 

Objectives

EASA Level 1 (General Familiarisation)
A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
EASA Level 2 (Ramp and Transit)
Basic system overview of controls, indicators, principal components including their location and purpose, servicing and minor trouble shooting.
EASA Level 3 (Line and Base Maintenance)
Detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation BITE and troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level.

 

Target group

Technical personnel associated with aircraft maintenance or engineering activities and Part-66 Category B1 & B2: Line and Base Maintenance Technician – mechanical & avionics.

Prerequisites

Basic technical English, basic technical aircraft knowledge and successfully completed corresponding theoretical course on specified aircraft type and engine: ATR 42-400/500 /72-212A (PWC PW120).

For more info on our ATR 72-100/200 aircraft Courses,

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