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PART-66 COURSE AND EXAM

Part-66 basic knowledge module training and examinations

Tanfolyamok

Our Part-147 organization, which was established beside the Lajos Kossuth Bilingual Technical School of the Budapest Mechanical Vocational Training Center, obtained an operating license from the competent authority of the Ministry of Innovation and Technology on the 18th of November 2020. The Technical School has been involved in aircraft maintenance staff training since 1976. Since 2010, the professions of aircraft mechanic (avionics) and aircraft fitter he has taught have already been aligned with Part-66 basic knowledge modules with Credit Report, in accordance with Part-66.B.400.

The Part-147 organization accordingly has the infrastructure required for theoretical and practical training certification of Part-66 basic knowledge modules. AEROPLEX Central European Aircraft Technical Center Limited Liability Company (Part-145 maintenance organization) has entered into a subcontract for the proper performance of the internship training. . The Part-147 Maintenance Training Organization’s Organization and Operations Policy (MTOE) ensures the appropriate standard of Part-66 basic module courses and exams. Experienced instructors, trainees and examiners are available for training and examination. There can be no greater guarantee that the education, the organization of the examinations and the examination itself will be able to meet the strictest possible professional requirements both in Hungary and anywhere in the world.

I. EXAM PREPARATION COURSE

TARGETED PREPARATION FOR THE MODULE EXAMINATION BY COMPACTLY REPEATING THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE MODULE.

1.
Matematics

Preparation: 2 hours

2.
Physics

Preparation: 2 hours

3.
Basic electrotechincs

Preparation: 2 hours

4.
Basic electronics

PReparation: 1 hour

5.
Digital techincs and electronic instrument systems

Preparation: 2 hours

6.
Materials and components

Preparation: 3 hours

7. a.
Maintenance practises

Preparation: 3 hours

8.
Basic aerodynamics

Preparation: 1 hour

9. a.
Human factor

Preparation: 1 hour

10.
Aviation regulations

Preparation: 2 hours

11. a.
Gasturbine propulsion airplane aerodynamics, structures and systems

Preparation: 7 hours

15.
Gasturbine propulsion

Preparation: 5 hours

17.
Propeller

Preparation: 2 hours

II. PART-66 BASIC COURSES

PART-66 BASIC COURSES B1.1 (GAS TURBINE AIRCRAFT) FUNCTIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR ALL MODULES OF CATEGORY (LICENSE), AS FOLLOWS: SOME MODULES INCLUDE ONLY THEORETICAL EDUCATION, OTHERS INCLUDE THEORETICAL EDUCATION AND PRACTICAL TRAINING WITH RELATED CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION OF THE INTERNSHIP. THE EXACT HOURS CAN BE FOUND IN YOUR MODULS.

1.
Matematics

Theory: 48 hours
Practice: 0 hours

Total: 48 hours

2.
Physics

Theory: 96 hours
Practice: 0 hours

Total: 96 hours

3.
Basic electrotechincs

Theory: 128 hours
Practice: 30 hours

Total: 158 hours

4.
Basic electronics

Theory: 72 hours
Practice: 8 hours

Total: 80 hours

5.
Digital techincs and electronic instrument systems

Theory: 96 hours
Practice: 26 hours

Total: 122 hours

6.
Materials and components

Theory: 144 hours
Practice: 0 hours

Total: 144 hours

7. a.
Maintenance practises

Theory: 144 hours
Practice: 216 hours

Total: 360 hours

8.
Basic aerodynamics

Theory: 40 hours
Practice: 0 hours

Total: 40 hours

9. a.
Human factor

Theory: 48 hours
Practice: 0 hours

Total: 48 hours

10.
Aviation regulations

Theory: 48 hours
Practice: 0 hours

Total: 48 hours

11. a.
Gasturbine propulsion airplane aerodynamics, structures and systems

Theory: 336 hours
Practice: 344 hours

Total: 680 hours

15.
Gasturbine propulsion

Theory: 96 hours
Practice: 72 hours

Total: 168 hours

17.
Propeller

Theory: 24 hours
Practice: 24 hours

Total: 48 hours

PRACTICAL TRAINING IN A REAL MAINTENANCE ENVIRONMENT

Total: 360 hours

COURSE HOURS TOTAL:

Theory: 1320 hours
Practice: 1080 hours

total: 2400 hours