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B1 B2 B757-200/300 RR RB211 differences from B767-200/300/400 (GE CF6 and/or PW4000) Theory Course

COST:€1,320
DURATION:11 Days
DATES:11th September – 25th September 2017
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Location

Shannon, Ireland

Target Group

B1 Licensed Engineers who wish to add Boeing 757 RR RB211 type rating to their Aircraft Maintenance License.

Recommended Minimum Requirements

  • B1 or B2 AML with B767 Type rating.
  • Have received the Theory and Practical B767 Training previously.

Exam

Multi-choice written examination.

Certificate

Easa Part 147 Approved Type Certificate of Recognition.

Course Content

Detailed differences training material on Boeing 757 Airframe and Engine system operation covering each ATA chapter applicable to the aircraft type. Discussion on service history and common maintenance issues on the type.

Price per Participant

€1,320

Instruction Method

Instructor led classroom presentation

Completion Standard

Per Easa Part 147 regulation.

How will this Course Benefit me?

This course with the B757 Differences Practical course will add the B757 RB211 type rating to your AML. This course is a differences course, therefore you must hold a B767 type rating on your AML or have previously received B767 theory training.

Is this Course Right for me?

Gives the attendee an all round knowledge and understanding of the airframe and engine systems. This course enables the attendee greater opportunities in attaining work on the type.

Related Courses for Competence Development

B1 B2 Boeing 757-200/300 RR RB211 Differences from Boeing 767-200/300/400 (GE CF6 and/or PW4000) Practical Course.

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