Bombardier Challenger 604/605 will be the main focus of AP-Malta`s training from November till the end of the year. True to our commitment to offer a custom-made training solution, we will be hosting Bombardier Challenger 604/605 Maintenance Type Training B1/B2 Theory at two locations Malta and Geneva in November, followed by a Practical Element Type Training in December.
Malta`s Theory course will be hosted between the 05th and the 23rd November at our facility at Malta International Airport (MLA/LMML).
Our three weeks training in Geneva will begin on the 19th NOV at customer`s location at Geneva International Airport (GVA).
Following European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)`s guidelines, our B1/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.
A closed book multiple choice examinations will be conducted throughout the courses. The minimum pass mark for the exam is 75%, leading to an EASA Approved certification.
Having successfully compleated our Theoretical training, students can opt to join our EASA approved Challenger 604/605 B1/B2 Practical Element Type Training, held in Malta between the 10th and 14th of December.
The objective of our Practical Element courses is to equip our students with the required competence in performing safe maintenance, inspections and routine work according to the maintenance manual and other relevant instructions and tasks such as troubleshooting, repairs, adjustments, replacements, rigging and functional checks.
Upon the successful completion of the Practical Assessment at the end of the course, the student can endorse the aircraft type on their CAT B1 and/or B2 license.
Our training schedule for 2018 will close with a Bombardier Challenger 604 to Challenger 850 Differences Type Training held in Malta between the 17th and 21st December.
Our main focus when delivering this course is to highlight the differences between the two aircraft types that otherwise share a large portion of other common main systems. This approach allows the students to build upon what they already know about a particular aircraft model.
We still have a few places available so do not miss your chance to attend one of our EASA Approved Level Ⅲ Maintenance Type Training.