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CONTENT THE VALUE OF SHARING THE COMPANY AT A GLANCE IN THE FAMILY OF EXPERTS WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU MEET THE PROFESSIONALS PART OF AVIA SOLUTIONS GROUP BASIC MAINTENANCE TRAINING AIRCRAFT TYPE TRAINING Boeing 737-200 Boeing 737-300/400/500 Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 Boeing 747-200/300 Boeing 747-400 Boeing 757-200 Boeing 767-200/300/400

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Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 ATR 42-200/300 ATR 72-100/200 Saab-340 Saab-2000 Embraer ERJ-135/145 Canadair CRJ 100/200 Specialized Training Wheels and Brakes Training - Maintenance and Overhaul of Goodrich manufactured wheels for Boeing 737-200/300/400/500 - Maintenance and Overhaul of Bendix/ Honeywell manufactured wheels for Boeing 737-200/300/400/500 - Maintenance and Overhaul of Dunlop manufactured NLG wheels for Boeing 737-300/400/500

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Human Factors Training Course 59 Fuel Tank Safety Training 61 Auditors Training Course 63 Quality System in Part-M/Part-145 organizations 64 Aviation Legislation Training Course 65 Aircraft Structure Repair Training 66 - Composite repair theoretical and practical Training Course - Sheet Metal repair theoretical and practical Training Course Engineering & Planning procedures Training Course 67 Material management and Logistics Training Course 68 Escape slides maintenance Training Course 69 Life Preservers maintenance Training Course 69 Engine Borescope Inspection CFM56-3 70 Contacts Back cover

- Maintenance and Overhaul of Bendix/ Honeywell manufactured brakes of Boeing 737-200/300/400/500 - Maintenance and Overhaul of Goodrich manufactured brakes of Boeing 737-200/300/400/500 Avionics Components Maintenance Training 56 - Avionics Components Maintenance (Ovens B/E AEROSPACE, B/E AERO SPACE (NORDSKOG), RUMBOLD, SELL, Premium Aircraft Interiors / Heath Tecna) Training Course - Avionics Components Maintenance (Coffee makers: B/E AEROSPACE, RUMBOLD, DRIESSEN, MIDLAND ROSS, CSI COMPOSITE Inc, WEBER, NORDSKOG, LERMER; Water Heaters: BE Aerospace, RUMBOLD, Driessen) Training Course - Avionics Components Maintenance (Main Battery: SAFT; Marathon; VARTA) Training Course IR Part-M or Part-145 Training 57

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We believe in the value of sharing our professional expertise with others in the aviation business, because we are convinced that this aids overall development. More competent airlines means better services for their customers, and eventually a wider and more versatile marketplace for everybody in the aviation business. This is why, from our point of view, sharing know-how can lead to a better future.

THE VALUE OF SHARING In today’s business world, knowledge and competence count more than ever before. Knowledge–ability-success is the formula that many companies employ on their way to advancement. With the way things usually are, companies may justly be tempted to conceal their skills from others. But in a number of cases, knowledge may mean very little unless it is shared.

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THE COMPANY AT A GLANCE FL Technics Training provides technical training for aviation specialists involved in the repair and maintenance of aircraft, as well as providing other specialised training programmes and consulting services. The company is part of FL Technics, the aircraft repair and maintenance arm of Avia Solutions Group, based in Vilnius, Lithuania. Our training programmes, which are drawn up in accordance with the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), cover four areas:

- basic maintenance training - aircraft type training - specialised aviation training - consulting services

As a certified EASA PART-147 organisation, FL Technics Training helps its customers to conform to international standards and regulations through its theoretical and practical training programmes offered at its training centre and aircraft maintenance hangars at Vilnius International Airport. Training sessions are provided by a team of top-class experts, many of whom have been working in the aviation industry for more than 20 years.

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IN THE FAMILY OF EXPERTS

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IN THE FAMILY OF EXPERTS As a part of FL Technics, we enjoy the privilege of making use of the versatile experience and professional knowledge acquired by the FL Technics’ people over many years in the aviation business.

FL Technics is one of the fastest-growing MROs in Eastern Europe and is able to offer individual solutions to its customers through the main base in Vilnius in Lithuania, and line stations across EU, CEE and CIS countries. The company’s certifying team consists of more than 150 professionals.

FL Technics, the aircraft maintenance and repair company of Avia Solutions Group, is a leading regional provider of integrated technical services for airlines and other customers:

Overall, more than 40 airlines, from Norway to Russia, are on the customer list. To deliver them top-class services and solutions, FL Technics has built longterm partnerships with leading international suppliers, including Kellstrom Industries and Ametek MRO.

- base maintenance for commercial aircraft - line maintenance in remote out-stations - full aircraft engineering services - supply of and trade in spare parts and components - maintenance, repair and overhaul of aircraft engines and components - technical training and consulting services

FL Technics holds EASA PART 145, PART M and PART 147 certificates to provide aircraft maintenance, airworthiness support, and technical training services. In addition, the company has obtained certificate approvals in Russia and other foreign countries to deliver its services outside Lithuania.

With more than 20 years of experience and a 300-strong team of top-level technicians and aviation specialists, FL Technics is a competent partner for airlines and other aviation businesses. The company has built an ever-developing network of global suppliers and partners to provide integrated aircraft repair and maintenance solutions to customers across a number of countries and regions.

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Currently about 70% of all maintenance services are provided using in-house capabilities and support services. FL Technics offers competitive downtimes and the best-in-industry guaranty policy.

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Aircraft type training Structured theoretical and practical sessions are designed to provide training that is specially targeted at the maintenance and repair of specific types of aircraft. Specialised training We offer specially tailored courses to meet the individual needs of a company. The courses may cover a vast range of technical issues, and include special courses for administrative personnel.

WHAT WE CAN DO FOR YOU Our customers are airlines, aircraft maintenance and repair organisations, airports, and companies providing services to the aviation business. We offer technical training services at our own training centre in Vilnius, or at other premises specified by our customers.

The aviation sector is today one of the most sophisticated businesses, just as modern aircraft are among the most sophisticated machines that man has ever built. Add to these facts the strict and thorough regulations, complemented by constant innovations, and you have a sector where the value of knowledge and experience can never be overestimated.

Our training courses combine the theory and practical skills in the repair and maintenance of aircraft fuselages, engines and components. We offer training for working on various types of Western-built aircraft, such as Boeing and Airbus. However, the scope and duration of each training module depends on the training programme, the longest of which can last 2,400 hours.

FL Technics Training has been providing technical training services for more than 20 years. We were the first organisation in the Baltic countries and the CIS area to obtain the European PART 147 certificate for this type of activity. FL Technics Training currently covers four areas:

Basic maintenance training We provide Category A, B1 and B2 training for aviation mechanics, in order to give them a thorough understanding of the principles and processes that apply to the maintenance and repair of an aircraft, its engine systems and its landing gear.

- basic maintenance training - aircraft type training - specialised training - consulting services

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Consulting We provide consulting and training solutions tailored to individual needs of the clients including company’s development, succession planning and more.

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“Through our aircraft type training, we make sure that our customers get airworthy aircraft that are ready to fly. Around the clock and around the globe.”

The courses that FL Technics Training offers are given by 30 full-time instructors. They are fluent in English and Russian, and many of them have more than 20 years of theoretical and practical experience. The team of instructors follows international guidelines and standards in preparing and implementing the training programmes.

Andrius Gudelis

Aircraft type training instructor, FL Technics Training

“We provide continued training, which meets our customers’ needs, even the most advanced and specific.”

Dr. Viktoras Bolotinas

Basic maintenance training instructor, FL Technics Training

“People are our main asset. Their experience combines theory and practice, and this is something that makes them invaluable.”

Oleg Ivlijev

Specialized training instructor, FL Technics Training

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PART OF AVIA SOLUTIONS GROUP

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PART OF AVIA SOLUTIONS GROUP FL Technics Line and base maintenance, engineering, spare parts supply, technical training.   FL Technics Jets Hawker 850 base and line maintenance.

We are a company in Avia Solutions Group, one of the leading providers of aviation products, services and solutions in Eastern Europe. Based in Vilnius, ASG focuses on four areas in the aviation industry:

- Aircraft Maintenance and Technical Support and spare part supply - Technical and crew training - Ground handling and Fuelling - ACMI and full charter programs

Baltic Aviation Academy Pilot and cabin crew training, specialised courses.

Avia Solutions Group 2009 - 2010 was involved in leasing transactions of more than 25 aircrafts for its clients as well as in more than 30 consultancy activities.

Baltic Ground Services Ground handling and jet fuelling services. Small Planet Airline Full charter flights, ACMI and ad hoc services in Lithuania, Estonia, Poland and Italy.

ASG is a fast-growing player in the air transport industry, with a global network of partners, suppliers and customers. The  group employs more than 1,000 aviation professionals, specialising in a range of services and solutions vital to any airline or governmental aviation institution. The group comprises several companies engaged in different sectors of the aviation business.

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Basic Maintenance Training

We provide Category A, B1 and B2 training for aviation mechanics, in order to give them a thorough understanding of the principles and processes that apply to the maintenance and repair of an aircraft, its engine systems and its landing gear.

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Basic Maintenance Training Module 1 Mathematics Module 2 Physics Module 3 Electrical fundamentals Module 4 Electronic fundamentals Module 5 Digital Techniques Electronic Instrument Systems Module 6 Materials and Hardware Module 7 Maintenance Practices Module 8 Basic Aerodynamics Module 9 Human Factors Module 10 Aviation Legislation Module 11A Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems Module 11B Piston Aeroplane Aerodinamics, Structures and Systems Module 12 Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems Module 13 Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems Module 14 Propulsion Module 15 Gas Turbine Engine Module 16 Piston engine Module 17 Propeller S H A R I N G

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AIRCRAFT TYPE TRAINING

Structured theoretical and practical sessions are designed to provide training that is specially targeted at the maintenance and repair of specific types of aircraft.

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Aircraft Type Training

Boeing 737-200

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Category A Theoretical Training

Boeing 737-300/400/500

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Boeing 737-300/400/500 Category A vs. to B2

Content: This course covers Airframe, Engine and Electrical elements in detail to ATA specification 104 Level 2 and Avionics Systems Level 1. Training includes: - A description of controls and indicators - Principal system components - Servicing and minor trouble shooting procedures Target Group:

Part-66 Category A: line maintenance certifying mechanic.

Prerequisites:

EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance License Cat. A or equivalent.

- Explain the normal function of each major aircraft system - Identify and use appropriate aircraft documentation - Describe routine ramp and transit activities - Determine aircraft airworthiness in accordance with MEL/CDL, by using Crew report and/or on- board reporting systems - State routine servicing procedures - Use and interpret on-board diagnostics to a Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) - Prepare technical personnel for company authorisation for A category

Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to: - Describe the relevant safety precautions - Perform an agreed list of tasks as specified in EASA part 145.A.50 - Describe aircraft systems and their handling, using proper terminology and nomenclature - Identify the location of system components

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Recommended: 18, Minimum: 12, Maximum: 28.

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Closed book examinations will be conducted throughout the course. The mini mum passing mark for the exam paper is 75 %. Participants will receive a Part-147 certificate upon successful completion of the course.

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Boeing 737-600/700/800/900

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Boeing 747-200/300

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Boeing 747-400

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Boeing 757-200

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Boeing 767-200/300/400

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Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321

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ATR 42-200/300

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ATR 72-100/200

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Saab 340

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Saab 2000

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Embraer ERJ-135/145

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Canadair CRJ 100/200

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Aircraft Type Training

Boeing 737-200

25 days

Category B1 Theoretical Training

Boeing 737-300/400/500

25 days

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.

Boeing 737-300/400/500 Category B1+B2

39 days

Boeing 737-600/700/800/900

30 days

Boeing 747-200/300

30 days

Boeing 747-400

30 days

Boeing 757-200

30 days

Boeing 767-200/300/400

30 days

Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321

34 days

ATR 42-200/300 Category B1+B2

23 days

ATR 72-100/200 Category B1+B2

23 days

Saab 340 Category B1+B2

20 days

Participants:

Recommended: 18, Minimum: 12, Maximum: 28.

Saab 2000 Category B1+B2

27 days

Examination:

Closed book examinations will be conducted throughout the course. The minimum passing mark for the exam paper is 75 %. Participants will receive a selected type training Part-147 certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Embraer ERJ-135/145

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Canadair CRJ 100/200

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Content: 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 category B1. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level. Target Group:

EASA Part-66 category B1 or other maintenance staff

Prerequisites:

EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence category B1 or equivalent

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Level 2 Ramp and Transit Basic System overview of controls, indicators, principal

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Boeing 737-200

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Category B2 Theoretical Training

Boeing 737-300/400/500

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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.

Boeing 737-300/400/500 Category B1+B2

20 days

Boeing 737-600/700/800/900

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Boeing 747-200/300

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Boeing 747-400

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Boeing 757-200

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Boeing 767-200/300/400

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Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321

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ATR 42-200/300 Category B1+B2

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ATR 72-100/200 Category B1+B2

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Saab 340 Category B1+B2

20 days

Participants:

Recommended: 18, Minimum: 12, Maximum: 28.

Saab 2000 Category B1+B2

27 days

Examination:

Closed book examinations will be conducted throughout the course. The minimum passing mark for the exam paper is 75 %. Participants will receive a Part-147 certificate upon successful completion of the course.

Embraer ERJ-135/145

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Canadair CRJ 100/200

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Content: 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 category B2. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal / installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level. Target Group:

EASA Part-66 category B2 or other maintenance staff.

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Level 2 Ramp and Transit Basic System overview of controls, indicators, principal

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Aircraft Type Training

Boeing 737-200

10 days

Category B1 Practical Training

Boeing 737-300/400/500

10 days

Boeing 737-600/700/800/900

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Boeing 747-200/300

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Boeing 747-400

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Boeing 757-200

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Boeing 767-200/300/400

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Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321

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ATR 42-200/300

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ATR 72-100/200

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Saab 340

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Saab 2000

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Embraer ERJ-135/145

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Canadair CRJ 100/200

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Content: This course corresponds to the theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance, using a structured learning process. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

Target Group:

EASA Part-66 category B1 or other maintenance staff.

Prerequisites:

EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance License category B1 and successfully completed the appropriate theoretical course on relevant aircraft type and previous practical experience of aircraft/ engine of comparable construction and system.

- Perform normal operation of aircraft systems - Perform the servicing and ground handling - Perform system operational tests and on-board maintenance system supported tests - Carry out routine thorough 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

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

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Recommended: 8, Minimum: 6, Maximum: 15.

Examination: Practical training will be documented in the Practical Training Form (PTF). Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as “passed” or “not passed”.

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Aircraft Type Training

Boeing 737-200

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Category B2 Practical Training

Boeing 737-300/400/500

10 days

Boeing 737-600/700/800/900

10 days

Boeing 747-200/300

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Boeing 747-400

10 days

Boeing 757-200

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Boeing 767-200/300/400

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Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321

10 days

ATR 42-200/300

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ATR 72-100/200

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Saab 340

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Saab 2000

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Embraer ERJ-135/145

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Canadair CRJ 100/200

10 days

Content: This course corresponds to the theoretical course and enables participants to gain competence in practical Line and Base Maintenance, using a structured learning process. The training will be conducted on the aircraft, in maintenance facilities and in the classroom.

Target Group:

EASA Part-66 category B2 or other maintenance staff.

Prerequisites:

EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance License category B2 and successfully completed the appropriate theoretical course on relevant aircraft type and previous practical experience of aircraft/ engine of comparable construction and system.

- Perform normal operation of aircraft systems - Perform the servicing and ground handling - Perform system operational tests and on-board maintenance system supported tests - Carry out routine thorough 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

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

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Examination: Practical training will be documented in the Practical Training Form (PTF). Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as “passed” or “not passed”.

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Aircraft Type Training

Boeing 737-200

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Category C /Familiarization Theoretical Training

Boeing 737-300/400/500

5 days

Boeing 737-600/700/800/900

5 days

Boeing 747-200/300

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Boeing 747-400

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Boeing 757-200

5 days

Boeing 767-200/300/400

5 days

Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321

5 days

ATR 42-200/300

5 days

ATR 72-100/200

5 days

Saab 340

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Saab 2000

5 days

Embraer ERJ-135/145

5 days

Canadair CRJ 100/200

5 days

Content: This course covers Airframe, Engine, Electrical and Avionics elements to ATA specification 104 Level 1. Training includes: - A description of systems - Principal system components Target Group:

EASA Part-66 Category C, Management, Engineering, CAA inspectors or other personnel.

Prerequisites:

Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance License Category C or Participants must have general knowledge of turbine powered transport aircraft.

Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to: - Define the general layout of the aircraft’s major systems, using proper terminology and nomenclature - Identify safety precautions unique to the aircraft type - Identify maintenance practices, special tooling and test equipment unique to the aircraft type

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Recommended: 18, Minimum: 12, Maximum: 28.

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Aircraft Type Training

Boeing 737-200

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Engine Run-up Training

Boeing 737-300/400/500

5 days

Boeing 737-600/700/800/900

5 days

Boeing 747-200/300

5 days

Boeing 747-400

5 days

Boeing 757-200

5 days

Boeing 767-200/300/400

5 days

Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321

5 days

ATR 42-200/300

5 days

ATR 72-100/200

5 days

Saab 340

5 days

Saab 2000

5 days

Embraer ERJ-135/145

5 days

Canadair CRJ 100/200

5 days

Content: This course enables the participants to gain competence in engine operation, including engine testing and trouble shooting procedures. The checks and procedures taught are in compliance with the respective section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual (AMM) and are listed in the course syllabus. The training will be conducted on the aircraft and/or Simulator.

- Perform system, engine and component functional checks and adjustments as specified in the maintenance manual - Correlate information for the purpose of making decisions in respect to fault diagnosis and rectification - Perform the normal, abnormal and emergency engine shutdown procedures

Target Group:

Participants:

Standart group: 6.

Examination:

Closed book examinations will be conducted at the end of the course. The minimum passing mark for the exam paper is 75 %.

EASA Part-66 Category B1 or other maintenance staff.

Prerequisites: Successfully completed EASA Part-66 B1 Aircraft Type Training on particular air-craft/engine type.

Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to: - Describe the relevant safety precautions - Identify and use appropriate aircraft documentation - Perform the normal and abnormal engine start procedures - Perform procedures, to assess the behaviour and performance of the engine S H A R I N G

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Aircraft Type Training Differential Theoretical Training 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.

Content: This course is prepared for those participants want to add additional aircraft type knowledge. It covers all systems differences between the aircraft type series according to the requirements defined in the related documents for Certifying Staff. The participants must demonstrate by knowledge examination a detailed understanding of the listed systems, their operation and maintenance. Target Group:

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

Prerequisites:

EASA Part-66 category B1/B2 or equivalent maintenance staff.

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Level 1 General Familiarisation A brief overview of the airplane, systems and powerplants as outlined in the Systems Description section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

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Level 2 Ramp and Transit Basic System overview of controls, indicators, principal

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Recommended: 18, Minimum: 12, Maximum: 28.

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Closed book examinations will be conducted throughout the course. The minimum passing mark for the exam paper is 75 %. Participants will receive a Part-147 certificate upon successful completion of the course.

From Boeing 737-300/400/500 to Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 Category B1

15 days

From Boeing 737-300/400/500 to Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 Category B2

15 days

From ATR42-200/300 to ATR 72-100/200 Category B1+B2

4 days

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Specialised aviation Training

We offer specially tailored courses to meet the individual needs of a company. The courses may cover a vast range of technical issues, and include special courses for administrative personnel.

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SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

Wheels and Brakes Training

Avionics Components Maintenance Training

Content: Theoretical and practical training includes: - Description, operation instructions, testing - Testing and fault isolation, disassembly, cleaning, check (inspection) - Recomended periodic maintenance, repair, assembly - Storage instructios, special tools, fixtures and equipment Target Group: Prerequisites:

Content: Theoretical and practical training includes: - Description, operation instructions, testing - Fault isolation, disassembly, cleaning, check (inspection) - Recomended periodic maintenance, repair, assembly - Storage instructios, special tools, fixtures and equipment

Maintenance and Overhaul of Goodrich manufactured wheels for Boeing 737-200/300/400/500

2 days

Maintenance and Overhaul of Bendix / Honeywell manufactured wheels for Boeing 737-200/300/400/500

2 days

For workshop certifying and other maintenance staff. None.

Objectives: Training of mechanics for Maintenance and Overhaul of Bendix/Honeywell/Goodrich/Dunlop manufactured wheels brakes used on Boeing-737.

Maintenance and Overhaul of Dunlop manufactured NLG wheels for Boeing 737-300/400/500

1 day

Participants:

Standart group: 6.

Maintenance and Overhaul of Bendix / Honeywell manufactured brakes of Boeing 737-200/300/400/500

1 day

Examination:

Knowledge and skills assessment during practical training.

Maintenance and Overhaul of Goodrich manufactured brakes of Boeing 737-200/300/400/500

1 day

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Target Group:

For workshop certifying and other maintenance staff.

Prerequisites:

None.

Participants:

Standart group: 6.

Examination:

Knowledge and skills assessment during practical training.

Avionics Components Maintenance (Ovens B/E AEROSPACE, B/E AEROSPACE (NORDSKOG), RUMBOLD, SELL, Premium Aircraft Interiors / Heath Tecna) Training Course

Objectives: This course provides description and operation of the Avionics/electrical systems; identification and location of the main components; servicing of the Avionics/electrical systems in accordance with the line maintenance procedures. During maintenance, they can use specialized diagnostic equipment to look for problems, replace or repair components as needed, install replacement parts, and perform routine checks and tests.

5 days

Avionics Components Maintenance (Coffee makers: B/E AEROSPACE, RUMBOLD, DRIESSEN, MIDLAND ROSS, CSI COMPOSITE Inc, WEBER, NORDSKOG, LERMER; Water Heaters: BE Aerospace, RUMBOLD, Driessen) Training Course 5 days Avionics Components Maintenance (Main Battery: SAFT; Marathon; VARTA) Training Course

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SPECIALISED AVIATION Training Part’s, in particular : Part-66, Part-147 - Approval application - Extension or modification of the scope of approval - Post-approval audit and monitoring

IR Part-M or Part-145 Training Content: Training includes: - General Presentation of Basic Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 and Regulation (EC) No. 2042/2003 - Part-145 / Part-M objectives and application field - Fundamentals and key-points of Part-145 / Part-M - Structure of EASA Part-145/Part-M and associated documents - Detailed presentation of Part-145/Part-M requirements: - facility requirements - tools and equipment - maintenance data - production planning - certification of maintenance and Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) - maintenance records - occurrence reporting - safety and quality policy - manuals and procedures - Position of EASA Part-145/Part-M among maintenance requirements and link with other

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IR Part-M or Part-145

2 days

Target Group: Personnel working in any technical department of an air carrier, mechanics and certifying staff as well as quality department personnel belonging to EASA Part M(G) Organisations, or EASA Part-M(F) organizations or JAR-OPS / EU-OPS organizations. Prerequisites:

Experience working in Part-145/Part-M organisation is preferable.

Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to: - To know the key points in aircraft maintenance / airworthiness - To know how to navigate through the various texts and use the relevant information now and in the future - To become familiar with EASA Part-145/Part-M detailed requirements Participants:

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SPECIALISED AVIATION Training Human Factors Training

managers, supervisors, certifying staff, technicians, trainers, auditors and supporting staff like planners, engineers and stores staff. Prerequisites:

No prerequisites are applicable.

Content: Training content includes topics on: - Human Error and Reliability: - Types of error - Human factor mishap sequence - Error chain - Error prevention & detection (Threat and error management) - Stress: - Stress and overall performance - Stress and task complexity - Zones of stress tolerance - Workload and task allocation - Fatigue - Situational Awareness: - Developing a mental model - Information Processing - Complacency - Risk management - Components of situational awareness - Clues to the loss of situational awareness - Effective Communications: - Inquiry, advocacy, and assertiveness - Conflict resolution - Feedback & critique

Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to: - Understanding the nature of Human Error - Identify and predict potential maintenance Human Error - Reduce human error working under the stress and fatique - Identify strategies for reducing or controlling maintenance Human Error - Adopt a credible, non-punitive policy toward human error (not violations). - Demonstrate a commitment to taking action to reduce error-inducing conditions - Provide training in Threat & Error Management strategies for individuals and maintenance teams - Identify threats and deal with them before they become errors - Assist in assessing current and proposed maintenance policies and procedures - Conduct investigations for individuals involved mishaps or other incidents - Develop effective risk management practices Participants:

Recommended: 18, Minimum: 12, Maximum: 28.

Target Group: The training is targeted at authority surveyors and all industry staff involved in maintenance, management and quality. This includes postholders,

Examination:

Closed book examinations will be conducted throughout the course. The minimum passing mark for the exam paper is 75 %.

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Human Factors Initial Training Course

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Human Factors Initial Training Course

2 days

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SPECIALISED AVIATION Training Fuel Tank Safety Training

Content: Training should include: - The theoretical background behind the risk of fuel tank safety: the explosions of mixtures of fuel and air, the behaviour of those mixtures in an aviation environment, the effects of temperature and pressure, energy needed for ignition etc, the ‘fire triangle’. 2 concepts to prevent explosions: - ignition source prevention and - flammability reduction - A short background showing examples of FTS accidents or incidents - The description of concept of fuel tank safety and CDCCL - Some examples of manufacturers documents showing CDCCL items - Typical examples of FTS defects - Some examples of TC holders repair data - Some examples of maintenance instructions for inspection.

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for phase II personnel of the Part-145 organisation required to plan, perform supervise, inspect

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Fuel Tank Safety training Phase I Training Course

1 day

Fuel Tank Safety training Phase II Training Course

2 days

Familiarity with relevant regulations.

Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the participant should: - Have knowledge of the history of events related to fuel tank safety issues and the theoretical and practical elements of the subject, have an overview of the FAA regulations known as SFAR (Special FAR) 88 of the FAA and of JAA Temporary Guidance Leaflet TGL 47, be able to give a detailed description of the concept of fuel tank system ALI (including Critical Design - Configuration Control Limitations CDCCL, and using theoretical fundamentals and specific examples; - Have the capacity to combine and apply the separate elements of knowledge in a logical and comprehensive manner; - Have knowledge on how the above items affect the aircraft; - Be able to identify the components or parts or the aircraft subject to FTS from the manufacturer’s documentation.

Target Group: The regulations require the following personnel to be trained in Fuel Tank Safety: for phase I maintenance organisation management personnel, quality auditors, competent authority personnel

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and certify the maintenance of aircraft and fuel system componenets; personnel of the M.A. Subpart G organisation involved in the management and review of the continuing airworthiness of aircraft.

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Recommended: 18, Minimum: 12, Maximum: 28.

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Phase I training course – no, Phase II training course – yes.

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SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

Auditors Training

Quality System in Part-M/Part-145 organizations

Content: Training includes: - Introduction on EASA regulations and ISO 9001 standard - Theoretical background with regard to audits - Procedures and practical tools for planning, preparation and conduction of audits - Audit reporting and implementation and monitoring of corrective actions - Required profile for Auditors - Soft-skills such as communication, human factor problems and how to overcome them - Case studies, practical exercises, role plays - Risk management in maintenance organisations Target Group:

Future Internal Auditors and current Internal Auditors, who have to conduct audits as required by the Quality System or the Safety Management System and Competent Authority Members.

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None.

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Objectives: This course provides background and training needed as an Internal Auditor, emphasizing on practical application. Successful participants will be in a position to independently plan and perform internal audits. Participants contribute to the course with their own professional experience. The course includes task assignments, based upon current cases to be solved individually or within groups. Participants:

Standart group: 6.

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Closed book examinations will be conducted throughout the course. The minimum passing mark for the exam paper is 75 %. Knowledge and skills assessment during practical training.

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Content: Training includes: - Strategic orientation of quality concept - Introduction to quality management - Introduction to process management - Quality standards and definitions (ISO 9000 Family) - Interpretation of requirements to quality systems according to EASA PART-145 and EASA PART-M - Phases for the implementation of a quality system

experience as much as possible. Task assignments based upon current occurrences will be solved independently or in groups. The participants will be provided with useful tools and templates to establish, maintain and further develop their own quality system. Participants:

Recommended: 18, Minimum: 12, Maximum: 28.

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None.

Target Group: Future Quality Managers, Accountable Managers, Nominated Postholders and Competent Authority Members. Prerequisites:

None.

Objectives: This course introduces the regulations contained in EASA PART-145 and EASA PART-M related to quality systems. It will illustrate and explain how they can be successfully, effectively and efficiently implemented into your company. Participants should contribute to the course with their professional

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SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

Aviation Legislation Training

Aircraft Structure Repair Training They will also gain awareness of what is necessary to know for the daily business and how this knowledge can be successfully implemented into their organization.

Content: Training includes: - Overview of ICAO and the applicable documents - EASA organisation and EASA regulations (Basic Regulation and Implementing rules as well) - Amendments of the Regulations - EASA-Decisions - AMC/GM, NPA/CRD Target Group:

Accountable Managers, Quality Managers, Postholders, Supervisors, Certifying Staff, Technicians, QA Personnel, Managers involved in leading positions with relevant task to Aviation legislation (for example responsible of Human Resources, Supplier-Evaluation, Stock Management).

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None.

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Recommended: 18, Minimum: 12, Maximum: 28.

Examination:

Written examination at the end of course.

Participants:

Recommended: 8, Minimum: 6, Maximum: 12.

Examination:

Knowledge and skills assessment during practical training.

Target Group: This training course is designed for repairman, sheet metal workers or airframe engineers with little or no experience in composite repair/sheet metal repair. Prerequisites:

Objectives: Course is structured on the base of Part-66 Module 10 This course shows an overview about the existing structure of the Aviation Legislation. Using practical illustrations, participants will understand the different kind of levels of the Aviation legislation in theory.

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procedures - Describe necessary repair equipment and tooling - Perform sheet metal repair work in accordance with SRM.

Content: This training should include: - Description of processes and procedures - Inspection and test methods - Repair of composite structures/ Sheet metal - Install repair per SRM - Standart practices - Handtools, measuring tools and portable power tools – usage and safety

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Objectives: To provide students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to carry out aircraft stuctural repairs to the relevant documentation. At the end of the course students will be able to: - Apply SRM - Classify damage and determine necessary repair

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Composite repair theoretical and practical Training Course

7 days

Sheet Metal repair theoretical and practical Training Course

13 days

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SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

Engineering & Planning procedures Training

Material management and Logistics Training

Content: This training should include: - Aircraft technical log utilization and mel application - Aircraft maintenance program – development and amendment - Time and continuing airworthiness records, responsibilities, access - Accomplishment and control of airworthiness directives - Analysis of the effectiveness of the maintenance program - Non-mandatory modification embodiment policy - Engineering activity - Reliability program - Aircraft weighting - Operator procedures and paperwork - Maintenance instructions and relationship to aircraft - Airworthiness directives - Technical records control - Control of man-hour planning versus scheduled maintenance plan; production planning - Production planning

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Target Group: The specialists of engineering and planning with experience or not. Prerequisites:

Familiarity with relevant regulations.

Objectives: To provide students with theretical knowledge of Engineering and Planning Process, documentation. Participants:

Standart group: 8.

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None.

Content: This training should include: - The review of main supplier; the analysis of aviation materials and spare parts - Documentation - The detailed description of the purchase (repair) - Sistematisation and order in the market of aviation materials/spare parts - Practical training

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Target Group: The personel who works with aviation materials and spare parts, documentation and logistics. Prerequisites:

Engineering & Planning procedures Training Course

Material management and Logistics Training Course

15 days

None.

Objectives: To provide students with the knowledge and skills required to deal with management problems in the aviation-related industries through exploring the inter-dependence between air-transport and logistics operations. Participants:

Standart group: 8.

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None.

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SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

SPECIALISED AVIATION Training

Escape slides and Life Preservers maintenance Training

Engine Borescope Inspection CFM56-3 Training

Content: Training includes: - Description, operation instructions, testing - Fault isolation, disassembly, cleaning, check (inspection) - Recomended periodic maintenance, repair, assembly - Storage instructios, special tools, fixtures and equipment - Folding and packing procedures Target Group:

For workshop certifying and other maintenance staff.

Prerequisites:

None.

Life Preservers maintenance Training Course

3 days

Content: This training covers: - General description of engine - Preparing and using borescope equipment - Performance of borescope inspection - Indicating and measuring of damages found - Writing inspection report

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Participants:

Standart group: 6.

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Knowledge and skills assessment during practical training.

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- State the safety requirements and temperature limitations for borescope inspections - Find out damage limits for relevant engine parts - Perform borescope inspection tasks on CFM56-3 engines and interpret/evaluate findings using AMM - Record the relevant documentation by use record sheets and photo/video equipment.

Target Group: Mechanic / technician seeking to get borescope inspecion authorization.

Examination:

Be familiar with ATA 72 chapter or theoretical B1 course with appropriate a/c engine.

Objectives: On successful completion of the course the participant will be able to: - Explain the general build up of the corresponding engine - Name compressor/turbine stages and components which can be inspected by borescope equipment - Explain and use borescope equipment - Name borescope ports to gain access to the necessary inspection areas

Objectives: To provide students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to carry out escpe slides / live preservers overhaul and repairs to the relevant documentation.

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Escape slides maintenance Training Course

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