A109 SERIES (PWC PW206/207) AIRFRAME MAINTENANCE TYPE TRAINING - Theoretical Elements

Course Approval: Factory Approved

Prerequisites: The Applicant must have:
  • Good knowledge of the English language. Both written and spoken
  • A valid Airframe / Powerplant Certificate or equivalent certificate issued by a regulatory agency
  • Preferably two year’s maintenance experience on helicopters (civil or military).
Course Objectives: The objective of this course is to provide the attending technician with a detailed theoretical understanding of the A109Series airframe systems, their operations and maintenance, components replacement procedures, use of technical literature and Interactive Electronic Technical Publications (IETP).

Course Duration: 3 weeks

Course Ground Instructional Hours: 90 hours

MTS: N/A

Course Content: The Ground Training (Classroom) comprehensive coverage of the description, function and maintenance procedures relevant to the A109Series airframe and its systems.
The course also provides a description of operation, component(s) location, remove/install of components and troubleshooting procedures described at Maintenance Manual (excluding the power plant). The interface of the engine/airframe systems is addressed in this course

Training Sequence:

Ground Training
Classroom

3 weeks

90 hrs