COURSE NAME

Boeing 737 -600/700/800/900
CFM 56
B1/B2
Theory
SIG016T

This program is designed to meet the Theory element of aircraft type rating training, as outlined in CASR MOS Part 66 Appendix III, for an aircraft maintenance engineer seeking a B1 and/or a B2 rating, and seeking type qualification on the Boeing 737-6/7/8/900 aircraft, equipped with CFM56 engines.

Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of this course, the student will have gained sufficient knowledge of the BOEING 737-6/7/8/900 (CFM56) necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff in the category B1.1 &/or B2.

It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, BITE and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level. The student will have an understanding of the specific human factor issues that may be associated with this particular aircraft type.

Assessment is by way of Written Multiple Choice Assessment.

Course Prerequisites

This course has the following prerequisites:

  • Must be familiar with turbine powered transport aircraft and digital electronic equipment and must have the knowledge and/or experience required for maintaining turbine powered transport aircraft. (e.g. Cert IV in Aero skills or equivalent)
  • Must be a holder of a valid Part 66 AME license in the Category B1 and/or B2

TUITION FEES

$6,500 +GST
Course fees are payable in full prior to the commencement of the course. This course comprises detailed theoretical knowledge training for the systems and to the level listed in CASR MOS Part 66 Appendix III. All students receive a course certificate and Form 465 CASA submission following full course completion.

Course Duration

3rd October, 2024
This course next runs face to face online delivery with Microsoft Teams, across 24 x 8 hour days. Class sizes are limited to 12 people for online delivery.

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Syllabus

The Boeing 737-6/7/8/900 (CFM56) B1.1/B2 Theory course will cover the ATA’s specified in the syllabus below and taught to the ATA 104 Level specified. Due to different experience, learning styles the time will vary slightly between classes.

 

ATA

 

Description

ATA 104

Level

Introduction
00 Documentation 1
05 through 12 A/C General & Servicing 1
21 Air Conditioning 3
21 Pressurisation 3
22 Auto Flight 3
23 Communications 3
24 Electrical Power 3
25 Equipment & Furnishings 3
26 Fire Protection 3
27 Flight Controls 3
28 Fuel Systems 3
29 Hydraulic Power 3
30 Ice & Rain Protection 3
31 Indicating & Recording 3
32 Landing Gear 3
32A Air Ground indication 3
ATA Description ATA 104

Level

33 Lights 3
34 Navigation 3
35 Oxygen 3
36 Pneumatic 3
38 Water/Waste 3
46 Information Systems 3
47 Nitrogen Generation System 3
49 APU 3
52 Doors 3
53-57 Structures 3
56 Windows 3
71/72 Power Plant/Engine 3
73 Engine Fuel & Control 3
74 Ignition 3
75 Air 3
76 Engine Controls 3
77 Engine Indicating 3
78 Exhaust 3
79 Oil 3
80 Starting 3
Total Hours / Questions

Course Programme

The theoretical instruction is intended to provide the students with sufficient knowledge of the Boeing 737-6/7/8/900 (CFM56) necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff category B1 &/or B2. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal/installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level. The student will have an understanding of the specific human factor issues that may be associated with this particular aircraft type.

The course will follow the outline below for lesson order and refer to the Syllabus for duration.

Each lesson will follow the guide below:

  • General overview of the ATA
  • In-depth presentation of the sub systems of the relevant material IAW student booklets
  • Safety aspects
  • Use photos as required for clarification of locations, set-up
  • Questions from students are to be answered prior to moving on to the next