B1.1 – TURBINE ENGINES


22 OCTOBER
2018

20.000 €

The Basic Training Course B1.1will allow you to acquire all the basic knowledge required to obtain certification of Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) for B1 category and will provide you  internship in Line maintenance and Base (hangar).

The course includes theoretical and practical exams, once passed both exams the student will carry out the internship in company, will receive the corresponding certification Part 66 from AESA with recognition of Ministry of Development, Part 147 (EASA).

B1 CATEGORY LICENCE

The B1 category licence will allow to it’s holder to issue CRS certificate after line maintenance procedure, including aircraft structure, engine group, electrical and mechanical systems. It is also included within the privileges of this license, replacement of replaceable avionics units in line that require simple tests to verify their correct operation.

B1 category also includes basic maintenance functions as a support staff for C category certified stall, who is in charge of CRS emission for the aircraft after base maintenance.

B1 LICENCE IS SUBDIVIDED INTO THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES:

B1.1 Turbine Aeroplanes
B1.2 Piston Aeroplanes
B1.3 Turbine Helicopters
B1.4 Piston Helicopters
Note: B1 category license  automatically includes A category license.

COURSE DURATION:

The minimum duration of the course will be 2,430 hours (24 months approximately).

REQUIREMENTS AND EXPERIENCE:

All applicants have to justify at least 1 year of recent experience in common aircraft types of the category or subcategory. At least 6 months (50%) of this year, have been acquired in the 12 months previous to the request. The remaining 6 months (the other 50%) have been obtained in the 7 years after  the request.

To include more categories or subcategories to an ATM License Part 66, additional required experience may be acquired in less than one year, but has to be at least three months.

THE NECESSARY MODULES FOR B1.1 TURBINE AIRCRAFT CATEGORY PRESENTATION ARE:

Module 1. Mathematics
Module 2. Physics
Module 3. Basics of electricity
Module 4. Fundamentals of electronics
Module 5. Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems
Module 6. Materials, equipment and tools
Module 7. Maintenance practices
Module 8. Basic aerodynamics
Module 9. Human factors
Module 10. Aeronautical Legislation
Module 11. Aerodynamics, structures and systems
Module 15. Gas turbine engines
Module 17. Propellers

KNOWLEDGE LEVEL FOR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE LICENCE CATEGORY “B1”

Basic knowledges for the “B1” categories are indicated by assigning knowledge level indicators 1, 2 or 3 to each relevant subject. The knowledge level indicators are defined as follows:

LEVEL 1

Familiarization with the main elements of the subject.

Objectives: The student should be familiar with the basic elements of the subject, should be able to make a simple description of the whole subject, in common language and with examples and able to use typical terms.

LEVEL 2

General knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject. Ability to apply such knowledge to practice.

Objectives: The student must be able to understand the theoretical fundamentals of the subject. The student should be able to make a general description of the subject, using, where it is appropriate, common examples. The student should be able to use mathematical formulas in combination with the physical laws that describe the subject. The student should be able to read and understand sketches, plans and schemes that describe the subject. The student should be able to apply his knowledge to practice through detailed procedures description.

LEVEL 3

Detailed knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of the subject. Ability to combine and apply independent elements of knowledge in a logical and exhaustive way.

Objectives: The student should know the theory of the subject and the interrelationships with other subjects. The student should be able to make a detailed description of the subject, using theoretical fundamentals and concrete examples. The student should understand and be able to use mathematical formulas related to the subject. The student should be able to read, understand and prepare sketches, plans and schemes that describe the subject. The student should be able to apply their knowledge to practice through following the manufacturer’s instructions. The student should be able to interpret the results of different sources and measurements and apply corrective measures when appropriate.

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