EASA Part-147 Technical Training
EASA Part-147 defines the standard for Continuing Airworthiness. In other words, Part-147 approved training organisations must ensure the requirement standard for aircraft maintenance training and licenses.
AEROTEAM Training Solutions holds a Part-147 approval for Type Training. This means that we can develop training courses for business aircraft to fit your demands exactly. All training courses comply with the required standards for Type Training set forth by EASA.
After successfully completing our Type Training, you will receive a Certificate of Recognition (COR) which enables you to apply for an AML endorsement with your local Authority.
Pilatus PC12 Type Training (Complete)
A well-trained mechanic is crucial to ensuring good technical safety records and cost-effective maintenance inputs. This applies to the daily work of scheduled maintenance as well as troubleshooting and unforeseen repairs.
We provide B1.1, B2, and Cat. C Type Training with a detailed theoretical and practical application that enhances knowledge of the systems of aircraft including the structure, operations, maintenance, inspections, limitations, repairs, and troubleshooting. This training approach enables the participants to safely perform actual maintenance, inspections, routine repairs, component replacements, and troubleshooting according to the maintenance manual and other relevant instructions.
Our B1/B2 Type Training can be tailored as separate or combined courses. Cat. C Type Training is a separate course.
Airbus Helicopter EC155 B2 Type Training (Complete)
Our Airbus Helicopters EC155 B2 Type Training focuses on the electrical and avionics aspects of EASA Part-66 requirements.
We apply a practical approach to training which enables maintenance staff to perform tasks such as troubleshooting, repairs, adjustments, replacements, rigging, and functional checks in accordance with regulations and instructions for the Airbus EC155 helicopter.
The training helps mechanical staff refresh and enhance their awareness of the use of technical literature and documentation as well as the use of special tooling and test equipment for removal and replacement of components and modules to ensure the airworthiness of the Airbus EC155 helicopter.
The following training courses are currently being developed:
- Fairchild SW226 B1 and B2 Type Training (METRO)
- Fairchild SW227 B1 and B2 Type Training (METRO)
Both courses incorporate combined knowledge and practical training.
These training courses will comply with the requirements listed in EASA Part-66.