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Course Title: B737-600/700/800/900 with CFM56 Engine (combined B1/B2 Theoretical & Practical)

Theoretical Training

Target Group

  • B1 and / or B2 Licensed Engineers who wish to add Boeing 737NG CFM56 to their Aircraft Maintenance License
  • Maintenance personnel who hold a basic AML and wish to add type ratings
  • Airline Maintenance Control personnel

Duration: 28 days

Prerequisite

Hold a Basic AML or in process of attaining a Basic AML.

Course Content

Detailed training material on Boeing 737 Airframe and Engine system operation covering each ATA chapter applicable to the aircraft type and discussion on service history and common maintenance issues on the type.The course provides the attendee an all-round knowledge and understanding of the airframe and engine systems. This course enables the attendee greater opportunities in attaining work on the type.

Course Objectives

Provide the learner with theoretical knowledge of the Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 (CFM56) Aircraft systems. The learner will be able to perform system, power plant, component and function tests as specified in the aircraft manual. Demonstrate the use, interpret and apply appropriate documentation including structural repair manual, troubleshooting manual etc. Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect of fault diagnosis and rectification to maintenance manual levels. Describe procedures for replacement of components unique to aircraft type.

Exam

Multi-choice written examinations

Certificate

EASA Part 147 Approved Type Certificate of Recognition.

Practical Training

Course Content

Part 147 Approved task training which includes:

  1. Location and identification of components
  2. System bite Checks and tests
  3. Troubleshooting process and procedures review

Duration: 10 days

Prerequisite:

B1 and/or B2 Basic AML and Completed relevant Theory course.

Course Objectives

Provide the learner with practical knowledge of the B737 600/ 700/ 800/900 (CFM56) aircraft systems. The learner will be able to perform system, power plant, maintenance and functionchecks as specified in the Aircraft maintenance manual. Demonstrate the use, interpret and apply appropriate documentation including the FIM (fault isolation manual) and SRM(structural repair manual). The learner will be able to correlate information for making decisions in respect of fault diagnosis and rectification. Describe procedures for replacement of components unique to aircraft type.

Practical Assessment

Certificate

EASA Part 147 Approved Type Certificate of Recognition.