Boeing 737 -600/700/800/900
CFM 56
Practical on Course

To provide Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers with a structured practical training course on maintenance procedures for the B737/600/700/800/900 (CFM56) aircraft.

Learning Outcomes

At the successful completion of this course, the student will have gained sufficient Practical knowledge of the B737NG aircraft systems to support a CASR Part 66 B1.1 rating application to CASA for the B737/600/700/800/900 (CFM56) to remove exclusions E1, E4 & E5.

This course is delivered as face-to-face ‘Practical on Course’ POC at a maintenance facility in either SYD, BNE, CBR, or MEL using an operational aircraft that is readily available for the training session.

Assessment is via Practical Observation by a SIGMA AEROSPACE COLLEGE® approved POC Assessor.

Course Prerequisites

This course has the following prerequisites:

  • Already hold a B.1.1 Category Licence without the exclusions E1, E4 and E5 OR have been reported to CASA with a Form 465 that states that the applicant is B.1.1 Category Compliant;
  • Hold a B1.1 License rating for the B737/600/700/800/900 (CFM56) with the Exclusions E1, E4 and E5;
  • Hold a CASA Approved Theory Type Course Credit for a B737/600/700/800/900 (CFM56) (View Course →)



$2,000 +GST
Course fees are payable in full prior to the commencement of the course. All students receive a course certificate and Form 465 CASA submission following full course completion.

Course Duration

This course as 'Practical On Course' Face to Face in classroom and at the aircraft.

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Course Information

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Training Venue

Each POC Course shall be carried out at a base or maintenance facility that has the appropriate resources necessary to carry out the program for the aircraft type. This includes an operational aircraft that is readily available for the training session(s).

Current training locations where aircraft are available are SYD, CBR, BNE & MEL airports.

Course Outline

ATA Description ATA 104 Level
  Course Introduction 3
21 Air Conditioning 3
22 Auto flight 3
23 Communications 3
24 Electrical 3
25 Equipment/Furnishings 3
26 Fire 3
27 Flight Controls 3
28 Fuel 3
29 Hydraulics 3
30 Ice and Rain 3
31 Indicating/Recording Systems 3
32 Landing Gear 3
33 Lights 3
34 Navigation 3
35 Oxygen 3
36 Pneumatics 3
38 Water and Waste 3
ATA Description ATA 104 Level
46   Information Systems 3
47   Nitrogen Generation System 3
49 Auxiliary Power Unit 3
52 Doors 3
56 Windows 3
70-80 Engine 3
Daily Review and troubleshooting exercises 0.5 hours per day 3
Course review 3