Level Ⅲ Theoretical Type Training
Following European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)`s guidelines, our B1 and/or B2 Theoretical Level Ⅲ Type Training offers detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation and BITE and troubleshooting procedures to the aircraft type maintenance manual level.
Upon completion of Level Ⅲ Theoretical Type Training course, the student will be able to demonstrate:
- Detailed theoretical knowledge of the aircraft`s applicable systems, structure, operations, maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting according to the approved maintenance data;
- The appropriate use of manuals and approved procedures, including the knowledge of relevant inspections and limitations;
- 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.
A closed book multiple choice examinations will be conducted throughout the course. The minimum pass mark for the exam is 75%, leading to an EASA Approved certification. Students can opt to join one of our B1 and/or B2 EASA approved Practical Element Type Training and endorse the respective aircraft type to their CAT B1 and/or B2 license.
EASA Part-66 CAT B1.1 and/ or B2 or other Aircraft Maintenance Technicians, Aircraft Engineers and Lead Maintenance Planners.
• EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence category B1/B2 or equivalent technical qualifications.
• Good command of English
Our EASA Approved Theoretical Level Ⅲ Type Training courses:
B1/ B2 Learjet inc Model 60
B1/ B2 Bombardier Challenger 604/605 (CL-600-2B16)
B1/ B2 Bombardier Global Series (Bombardier BD-700 Series) (RRD BR710)
B1/ B2 Bombardier Challenger 604 (CL-600-2B16) (GECF 34) to 850 CL600-2B19 (GECF 34) Differences Course
B1/ B2 Bombardier Global Series (BD-700-1A10/BD-700-1A11)
B1 Dornier 328-300 (PWC PW306)
B1 Dornier 328-100 to 300 Differences