A320 Maintenance Training device offers a wide range of functionalities throughout an ergonomic interface. Training is brought to students in an innovative and cost-effective way. Instructors can prepare their lessons efficiently, control the students and check their learning process through complete reports. Training is more interesting, more active and more efficient, although taking into account training centers return on investment constraints.

 


 

features

ECA Group Maintenance Training Devices feature numerous advantages in comparison to line maintenance training. It reduces the risk of injuries and damages while allowing mistakes with visible consequences, for a safer and more efficient training

 
  • Aircraft exploration through Virtual Aircraft
  • Component removal
  • Troubleshooting exercises
  • Lesson plan (reload any saved situation instantly)
  • Animated schematics
  • Simulation of Built-In Test Equipment

 

benefits

  • Part 147 training organizations delivering training in accordance with:
    • EASA Part 66 category B1 and B2 (Levels 2 & 3)
    • CCAR Part 66 Levels 1 to 3
  • Basic Maintenance Skill Training (For Mechanical and Avionics)
  • Aircraft Maintenance Basic Training (For Mechanical and Avionics)
  • Aircraft Type Training (For Mechanical and Avionics)
  • Initial and recurrent training

certifications

  • EASA approved - Applicable in Part 147 Training Centers for licensing purpose Part 66–Level B1-B2
  • CAAC approved - Applicable in Part 147 Training Centers for licensing purpose Part 66–Level B1-B2
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