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EASA Part 66 AME LicenseTraining


EASA Part 66 CAT B1 Module 15 Gas Turbine Engine
Objectives:

Basic Knowledge Examination in Accordance to EASA Part 66

Examination Contents:

15.1 Fundamentals
15.2 Engine Performance
15.3 Inlet
15.4 Compressors
15.5 Combustion Section
15.6 Turbine Section
15.7 Exhaust
15.8 Bearings and Seals
15.9 Lubricants and Fuel
15.10 Lubrication Systems
15.11 Fuel Systems
15.12 Air Systems
15.13 Starting and Ignition Systems
15.14 Engine Indication Systems
15.15 Power Augmentation Systems
15.16 Turbo prop Engines
15.17 Turbo shaft Engines
15.18 Auxiliary Power Units (APUs)
15.19 Powerplant Installation
15.20 Fire Protection Systems
15.21 Engine Monitoring and Ground Operation
15.22 Engine Storage and Preservation

Target group: Maintenance Staff
Preconditions:

Maintenance Experience in a EASA Part M or 145 Organisation

  • More than 2 years Experience with AML CAT A
  • More than 3 years Experience as a skilled Worker in accordance to the LBA
  • More than 5 years Experience with no previous relevant technical training
Questions: 90 Multiple Choice – 0 Essays
Language: English
Duration: 115 minutes
Conclusion: Certificate of Recognition if the Examination Pass Mark is more than 75% of the Multiple Choice Questions
Date: Ongoing
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