EASA PART 66 BASIC AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TRAINING by jfm16066

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									EASA PART-66
BASIC AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE TRAINING



CONTENT                                                   IMPLEMENTED STANDARDS
The System covers all Basic Training
Requirements according to Part 66 for                         AICC         ATA SPEC 104                     PART 66
Category A, B1 and B2 certifying staff.                                                see reverse side for detailed information




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BENEFITS OF THE LINK&LEARN                                CHARACTERISTICS OF THE CONCEPT
PART-66 BLENDED-LEARNING                                  •   The      courseware      is   enhanced    by
SYSTEM                                                        animations, interactivities and sound to
Easy Access to the content via web-based                      illustrate the teaching point.
training. Each learner can learn irrespective of          •   The program is designed to respond to the
time and place.                                               existing knowledge of the student.
Corresponding Training manuals and on-line                •   Information is constantly updated to conform
access to a designated Teletrainer are an                     with     regulatory   and    policy  change
integral part of the e-learning portion.                      whenever required.
                                                          •   It is designed to be used for self-paced or
Conventional classroom training complements                   instructor-led training.
the training during 5 seminars at our PART-
147 approved schools. Exams are held at the
end of each seminar.                                      GENERAL
                                                          In the past, maintenance training has generally
The lower overall cost of this type of training is        been given in traditional classroom situations.
achieved through a reduction of time away
from the job on one hand, and considerable                The constantly increasing pressure to adapt
less expenses for trips and accommodation                 information and services to changing require-
                                                          ments in technical standards and regulations
on the other .
                                                          brings new challenges to the training of em-
                                                          ployees.

                                                          The Link and Learn solution uniquely combines
                                                          web-based training and classroom training
                                                          together with the efficient use of up to date
                                                          information.




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            Austrian Airlines · AERO-Bildung · infoWERK
martinsbuehel 6 · A-6170 zirl · austria
phone: +43(0)5238/52099-0 · fax: +43(0)5238/52099-4
info@linkandlearn.net · http://www.linkandlearn.net
 AICC (Aviation Industry CBT Commitee)                            of certain data produced by aircraft-, engine- and compo-
 The AICC is an open forum of training professionals who          nent manufacturers, which is required to support their
 develop guidelines for interoperable learning technology,        respective products. The guidelines are intended as a basic
 to create the standard to provide interoperability between       requirement for hardware, software, and function of
 training content and enterprise online learning management       computer based learning materials for technical training.
 systems. The standard defines the tracking of data
 exchanged between management systems and interactive             Part 66 (EASA Regulation)
 lessons. It also defines an interchange format for course        Part 66 defines the knowledge requirements for certifying
 vstructures so entire courses can be exchanged among             staff employed in a Part 145 approved organization. A
 management systems made by different vendors.                    modular system is used in AMC 66.25 to specify the
                                                                  subjects and applicable knowledge levels according to the
 ATA SPECIFICATION 104                                            respective categories A, B1 and B2. These requirements
 This specification establishes guidelines for the presentation   form the basis of all Link & Learn courses.




SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS                                                  1024x768 screen resolution
  400 Mhz Pentium II Processor                                       Explorer 4.0/Netscape 4.7 or above
                                                                     Flash Player (Flash Plugin)
  64 MB RAM
                                                                     Network connection and/or modem 56K
  300 MB free hard disc space




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                                                                  Austrian Airlines · AERO-Bildung · infoWERK
                                                                                          martinsbuehel 6 · A-6170
                                                                                          zirl · austria
                                                                        phone: +43(0)5238/52099-0 · fax: +43(0)5238/52099-4
                                                                               info@linkandlearn.net · http://www.linkandlearn.net

								
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