Engine Differences Type Training A320 – IAE V2500 from CFM56 Category B2 + C

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Ability to read and understand English written technical documentation


Education etc.

Completed type training requirements for the A320

Course overview


9,35 hrs.

theoretical training: 6,35 hrs.
practical training (synthetic devices, B2 only): 3 hrs.

To cover the differences between two different aircraft type ratings of the same manufacturer

Course level and content

Level 3

  • Detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures

Course objectives =    student´s ability to

  • Demonstrate:
    • Relevant theoretical knowledge
    • ability to work with maintenance manual (incl. its application)
    • Proficiency in use of crew reports and on-board reporting systems
  • Describe:
    • Procedures for components replacement
    • Systems and aircraft handling
  • Determine aircraft airworthiness per MEL/CDL
  • Identify:
    • Related safety precautions
    • Aircraft manuals
    • Maintenance practices important to the airframe, its systems and power-plant
    • special tooling and test equipmen
    • components´locations
  • Pe​rform:
    • Procedures for servicing (fuel, power-plants, hydraulics, landing gear, water/waste and oxygen systems)
    • System,
    • Power-plant,
    • Component,
    • Functional checks
  • Define:
    • The general layout of the aircraft’s major systems
    • The general layout  and characteristics of the power-plant

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