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                                    Pratt & Whitney
                                    Customer Training
                                    Course Catalog




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Table of Contents
 2   MRO Leadership Program
 3   Training Program
     Consulting Services
 4   ATA Specification 104/
     Definitions for Training Levels
 4   European Aviation Safety
     Agency (EASA)                          Pratt & Whitney Customer Training Center
 6   General Courses
 7   Engineering Courses
 8   PW4000 Engine Series Courses
10   PW2000 Engine Series Courses
11   PW6000 Engine Series Courses
11   V2500 Engine Series Courses
12   JT8D-7/-17 and JT8D-200
     Engine Series Courses
14   JT9D Engine Series Courses
15   F117 Engine Series Courses
16   F100 Engine Series Courses
18   e-Learning
19   Web-Based Training
19   Computer-Based Training
20   Training Aids
22   Educational Resources
22   General/Engineering
     Training Guides
23   Performance/Engineering
     Training Guides
24   Maintenance Training Guides
26   How to Enroll in a Course
27   Order/Registration Form

                                       Pratt & Whitney China Customer Training Center
Pratt & Whitney Customer Training
Pratt & Whitney Customer Training delivers a focused learning experience to students from around the
world. Our curriculum blends classroom instruction with computer-based technologies and hands-on
engine practice. We provide comprehensive and effective training solutions at our state-of-the-art
training centers, one of our satellite network locations or on-site at a customer facility.
We support both commercial and military engine maintenance training, engineering and engine
performance courses, leadership program initiatives and educational resources. All of our courses
emphasize proactive safety, reliability, performance and quality. Self-paced online courses are available
to support your training needs.
For more information about Pratt & Whitney Customer Training services, please contact us directly at
860-565-8600 or speak with your local Pratt & Whitney representative. The 24-Hour Help Center is also
available to assist with any inquiries at 800-565-0140 (Domestic) or 860-565-0140 (International).




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    MRO Leadership Program
    Experienced maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) leadership     Key topics include:
    is key to the safety and reliability of the world fleet and the
                                                                      • Lean Operations
    evolving international supply chain.
                                                                      • Regulatory Environment
    The MRO Leadership Program shares knowledge, experience
    and best practices with participants from various industries to   • Logistics and Supply-Chain Management
    address maintenance, repair and overhaul talent in a rapidly      • Managing a Cross-Cultural Global Workforce
    changing business environment.
                                                                      • Leadership and Change Management
    This five-day program challenges participants to find new ways
    to improve the safety and reliability of the world fleet,         • MRO Cost Management
    drive lean operations across the enterprise, address the          • Human Factors Awareness
    complex supply chain and focus on people as key resources.
                                                                      • State-of-the-Industry and Market Considerations
    The MRO Leadership Program is offered by Pratt & Whitney
    in cooperation with university professors and industry experts    Content is tailored to program participants. Instructor activities
    and associations.                                                 and team projects focus on topics that are critical to the MRO
                                                                      industry and the role of leadership. Tours to a UTC engine
                                                                      overhaul facility or part repair operation may also be provided.




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Training Program Consulting Services
Customer Training provides consulting services on engine performance, engine maintenance, visual inspections
and field issues.
We also offer services that can be tailored to your organization, including train-the-trainer programs, cross-facility
utilization and regional training. Customer Training offers a total learning management approach, focusing on
human performance improvement and value-added services.




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    ATA Specification 104/                                             European Aviation Safety
    Definitions for Training Levels                                    Agency (EASA)
                                                                       Pratt & Whitney Customer Training is an approved European
    Level I: General Familiarization                                   Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 147 Maintenance Training
    Personnel must be familiar with current equipment and              Organization. Certification allows Pratt & Whitney Customer
    have a general knowledge of turbine-powered transport              Training to provide “type training” for European aircraft and
    aircraft. Level I provides a brief overview of the airframe,       power plant technicians as required by their respective EASA
    systems and power plant as outlined in the Systems                 Part 66 curricula.
    Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.
                                                                       Part 147 certification also ensures that Pratt & Whitney
                                                                       Customer Training’s facility, processes, records, personnel,
    Level II: Ramp and Transit                                         equipment and examinations continuously meet the highest
                                                                       standards. Experienced and qualified instructors undergo
    Personnel must be familiar with turbine-powered transport
                                                                       training every year to stay current with the latest technical
    aircraft digital electronic equipment and have experience in
                                                                       upgrades, training techniques and regulatory requirements. In
    ramp, transit and turnaround activity. Level II provides a
                                                                       addition, our EASA-qualified examiners provide hands-on
    basic system overview; a description of controls, indicators
    and principal components including their location; and             assessments and exams following each class.
    practical training on servicing and minor troubleshooting.         Part 66 Appendix III type-training levels are based upon ATA 104 (Air Transport
                                                                       Association) corresponding-type training levels.



    Level III: Line and Base Maintenance Training
    Personnel attending Level III training should, in addition to
    requirements for Levels I and II, possess the knowledge
    and experience required to maintain turbine-powered
    transport aircraft. Level III provides a detailed description of
    the operation, component location, removal/installation and
    troubleshooting procedures to maintenance manual level.


    Level IV: Specialized Training
    Entry level is defined by subject matter. Personnel must
    have considerable experience in the field in which training
    will be received. Level IV provides a detailed description,
    component location, in-depth troubleshooting, adjustment,
    test procedures, rigging, in-depth use of wiring diagrams,
    schematics and engineering data.


    Level V: Component Overhaul Training
    Entry level is defined by subject matter. Personnel must
    meet prerequisites established by the vendor. Specialized
    overhaul training is conducted by airframe/engine
    manufacturers and/or their suppliers to a component
    maintenance manual level.



                                                                                                                                           EASA Certificate

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    General Courses
    Jet Engine Introduction (2 Days)                                       Standard Practices Used in Maintenance of
    Class Size: 18 Course Code: 109                                        Pratt & Whitney Engines (2 Days)
                                                                           Class Size: 15 Course Code: 205
    Designed for personnel who need general knowledge of the gas
    turbine engine. The student will be able to identify the major gas     Designed for personnel responsible for performing or supervising
    turbine engine, nacelle and engine system components; name the         maintenance on Pratt & Whitney engines. Students will be able to
    different types of gas turbine engines; and state, in general terms,   reference proper resources and will be able to perform
    engine economics.                                                      recommended maintenance practices. A variety of hand tools,
                                                                           precision measuring equipment and shop engines provide hands-
    Effective Training and Presentation Techniques (3 Days)                on experience with Standard Practices. The human factor and its
    Class Size: 12 Course Code: 216                                        role in maintenance will be discussed.

    Provides knowledge and understanding of classroom management
    skills, speaking skills, use of audiovisual materials, giving and      CFM56® Engine Maintenance Training
    receiving instructor feedback and adult learning theory. Two days      Pratt & Whitney Customer Training is expanding its training
    of classroom instruction are followed by one full day of practice      capabilities to include ATA maintenance courses for the CFM56
    teaching scenarios where students apply what they have learned,        engine. Please contact us for more information on how we can
    then receive immediate feedback on their performance. The course       tailor your CFM56 engine training program.
    satisfies the requirements of FAR145 for instructor training.

    OJT: Teaching Job Knowledge and Skills (1 Day)
    Class Size: 12 Course Code: 501

    Designed for subject-matter experts who train new employees
    both in the classroom and on the shop floor. Provides knowledge
    and ability to apply the characteristics of an effective instructor,
    verbal and nonverbal communications and the coach-and-pupil
    learning strategy. This course consists of presentations and
    discussions combined with classroom activities designed to
    improve individual communications skills.                              CFM and CFM56 are trademarks of CFM International.
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Engineering Courses
Introduction to Engine Failure Analysis (5 Days)                         Engine Design and Repair (5 Days)
Class Size: 15 Course Code: 200                                          Class Size: 15 Course Code: 209

Teaches how to analyze jet engine system/part failures from in-flight    Provides a general overview of the structural design and performance
or test cell incidents to help determine root cause. Case studies from   features of Pratt & Whitney’s commercial gas turbine engines. The
course participants are used as examples in the classroom. This          course defines the relationship between these features and required
course is applicable to all Pratt & Whitney engine models and            inspection and repair procedures. Additional topics include a review of
includes classroom presentations, discussions and workshop               engine management using risk analysis and the application of the
sessions. Students will learn important information from listening to    failure analysis process. The experience is designed to enhance the
experiences shared by other participants and from hands-on               student’s skill level in the evaluation, repair and management process
exercises.                                                               for engine parts.


Introduction to Engine Fleet Management (5 Days)                         P&W EHM (Engine Health Monitoring) (5 Days )
Class Size: 15 Course Code: 201                                          Class Size: 12 Course Code: 210

Teaches procedures for evaluating and optimizing an airline’s engine     Designed for personnel responsible for conducting engine
fleet in the areas of engine performance, test cell operations, on-      performance analysis using in-flight data and Pratt & Whitney’s
wing health management, engine workscope and engine                      P&W EHM software program. Students will be able to perform
maintenance and removal planning.                                        engine health-monitoring procedures, analyze the engine health
                                                                         monitoring reports and apply the features of the P&W EHM
                                                                         computer program. Students are encouraged to bring a copy of their
Module Performance Analysis Using MAPNET (4 Days)
                                                                         P&W EHM database to class to gain experience applying the EHM
Class Size: 15 Course Code: 203
                                                                         program features to their own engine fleet. Students must be
Develops competency in implementing and using the Module                 employed by companies who have or are registered to receive
Analysis Program Network (MAPNET) program to accomplish                  P&W EHM software.
engine and module performance analysis and to plan corrective
action using engine test cell data.
                                                                         Engine Condition Monitoring II (ECM II)/ECM (5 Days)
                                                                         Class Size: 12 Course Code: 202
Advanced Diagnostic and Engine Management
(ADEM) (5 Days)                                                          Develops competency in implementing and using the Pratt &
Class Size: 12 Course Code: 222                                          Whitney engine condition monitoring program (ECM II) to
                                                                         accomplish on-wing engine performance analysis. This course is
Designed for personnel responsible for conducting on-wing engine         intended for users who do not have P&W EHM software.
performance and health monitoring or those who have a Fleet
Management Program (FMP) or Engine Management Program
(EMP) contract with Pratt & Whitney. The primary ADEM tools and
features are identified, discussed and used to determine the cause
of engine faults and document analyses. Students will have the
ability to access their own ADEM fleet data to immediately apply
the topics learned in class. The course also emphasizes the
benefits of preventive maintenance and early fault detection.




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    PW4000 Engine Series Courses
    System Familiarization – All Models
    ATA Level: I Class Size: 15
    Course Code: 4000 B747/767/PW4000 (4 Days)
                 4100 A300/PW4100 (5 Days)
                 4400 MD11/PW4400 (5 Days)
                 4130 A330/PW4100-100 inch (5 Days)
                 4030 B777/PW4000-112 inch (4 Days)

    Provides an introduction to engine design features and an overview of
    engine systems, performance and ground operations. Airbus PW4100
    and MD11/PW4400 classes also cover thrust-reverser systems.


    Line and Base Maintenance – All Models
    ATA Level: III Class Size: 12
    Course Code: 4003 B747/767/PW4000 (8 Days)
                   4103 A300/PW4100 (10 Days)
                   4403 MD11/PW4400 (10 Days)
                   4133 A330/PW4100-100 inch (10 Days)
                   4033 B777/PW4000-112 inch (10 Days)

    Designed for maintenance technicians and other personnel associated
    with line and base maintenance. This course provides a detailed
    description of system operation, component location, onboard
    reporting systems and fault isolation procedures to aircraft
    maintenance manual level.


    Borescope Inspection Procedures – All Models (2 Days)
    ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4
    Course Code: 4002 B747/767/PW4000
                  4102 A300/PW4100
                  4132 A330/PW4100-100 inch
                  4032 B777/PW4000-112 inch

    Designed for technicians responsible for performing borescope
    inspection of the engine gaspath condition. The course consists
    primarily of practical exercises using borescope equipment, training
    engine, mockups and worksheets to develop critical investigative
    and interpretive skills.


    Compressor Blade Blending – All Models
    ATA Level: IV Class Size: 2 to 3 (3 Days); 4 (4 Days)
    Course Code: 4004 B747/767/PW4000 (5th, 6th and 7th Stage)
                  4104 A300/PW4100 (5th through 15th Stage)
                  4404 MD11/PW4400
                  4134 A330/PW4100-100 inch (5th through 15th Stage)
                  4034 B777/PW4000-112 inch (5th through 15th Stage)

    Provides important hands-on experience required to develop
    necessary investigative and interpretative skills while using specialized
    equipment to detect, interpret, evaluate and repair damage in the
    compressor gaspath. Customer must supply blade-blending equipment
    required for this training. Requires Pratt & Whitney source approval.



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Post-Maintenance Test – All Models (5 Days)                          Maximum Heavy Maintenance (B3) – All Models
ATA Level: IV Class Size: 12                                         (See note for class duration.)
Course Code: 4005 B747/767/PW4000                                    ATA Level: V Class Size: 2 to 4
              4105 A300/PW4100                                       Course Code: 4006 B747/767/PW4000
              4405 MD11/PW4400                                                    4106 A300/PW4100
              4135 A330/PW4100-100 inch                                           4406 MD11/PW4400
              4035 B777/PW4000-112 inch                                           4136 A330/PW4100-100 inch
                                                                                  4036 B777/PW4000-112 inch
Designed for mechanics, technicians and propulsion engineers
responsible for engine testing and analysis. Students will develop   Designed for personnel who are responsible for performing and
the skills necessary to perform engine test procedures, monitor      supervising limited and major engine assembly and disassembly.
performance and evaluate the engine’s condition. Practical           The course provides practical hands-on training on the assembly
experience will be gained using test logs and data to monitor        and on the disassembly of major build groups, using special
performance and troubleshoot engines.                                tooling, equipment and appropriate technical manuals.
                                                                     This course is offered only at the customer’s facility using the
Heavy Maintenance (B1-B2) – All Models                               customer’s tooling and engine-build groups.
ATA Level: V Class Size: 6 to 8                                      Note: The number of build groups selected for training determines total course length.
Course Code: 4007 B747/767/PW4000 (10 Days)                                Training days = 3 to 35 days based on an eight-hour day.
             4107 A300/PW4100 (10 Days)
             4407 MD11/PW4400 (10 Days)
             4137 A330/PW4100-100 inch (10 Days)                     Engine Change – Bootstrap Method – All Models (2 Days)
             4037 B777/PW4000-112 inch (15 Days)                     ATA Level: V Class Size: 4 to 6
                                                                     Course Code: 4111 A300/PW4100
Designed for personnel who are responsible for performing and                     4411 MD11/PW4400
supervising limited and major engine assembly and disassembly.                    4141 A330/PW4100-100 inch
The course provides practical hands-on training on the assembly                   4041 B777/PW4000-112 inch
and on the disassembly of major build groups, using special          Gives engine-change team members the knowledge required to
tooling, equipment and appropriate technical manuals.                remove and install an engine using the bootstrap method. Engine
                                                                     bootstrap tooling installation and removal tasks will be performed.
                                                                     The course will cover the maintenance manual procedure for
                                                                     preparing the engine for removal and installation.



                                                                                                                                                              9
     PW2000 Engine Series Courses
     System Familiarization – All Models (2 Days)
     ATA Level: I Class Size: 15 Course Code: 2031 (B757)

     Provides an introduction to engine design features and an
     overview of engine systems, performance and ground operations.


     Line and Base Maintenance – All Models (8 Days)
     ATA Level: III Class Size: 12 Course Code: 2033 (B757)

     Designed for maintenance technicians and other personnel
     associated with line and base maintenance. This course provides a
     detailed description of system operation, component location,
     onboard reporting systems and fault isolation procedures to
     aircraft maintenance manual level.                                   Heavy Maintenance (B1-B2) – All Models (10 Days)
                                                                          ATA Level: V Class Size: 6 to 8 Course Code: 2007 (B757)

     Borescope Inspection Procedures – All Models (2 Days)                Designed for personnel responsible for performing and supervising
     ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4 Course Code: 2030 (B757)                 limited and major engine assembly and disassembly. The course
                                                                          provides practical hands-on training on the disassembly of major
     Designed for technicians responsible for performing borescope
                                                                          build groups and assembly using necessary special tooling,
     inspection of the engine gaspath condition. The course consists
                                                                          equipment and appropriate technical manuals.
     primarily of practical exercises using borescope equipment, a
     training engine, mockups and worksheets to develop critical
     investigative and interpretive skills.                               Maximum Heavy Maintenance (B3) – All Models
                                                                          (See note for class duration.)
                                                                          ATA Level: V Class Size: 2 to 4 Course Code: 2006 (B757)
     Compressor Blade Blending – All Models
     ATA Level: IV Class Size: 2 to 3 (3 Days); 4 (4 Days)                Designed for personnel responsible for performing and supervising
     Course Code: 2012 (6th through 9th Stage)                            limited and major engine assembly and disassembly. The course
     Provides important hands-on experience required to develop           provides practical hands-on training on the disassembly of major
     necessary investigative and interpretative skills while using        build groups and assembly using necessary special tooling,
     specialized equipment to detect, interpret, evaluate and repair      equipment and appropriate technical manuals.
     damage in the compressor gaspath. Customer must supply               This course is offered only at the customer’s facility using the
     blade-blending equipment required for this training. Requires        customer’s tooling and engine-build groups.
     Pratt & Whitney source approval.                                     Note: Training days = 3 to 35 days. The number of build groups selected for training
                                                                                determines total course length.

     Post-Maintenance Test – All Models (5 Days)
     ATA Level: IV Class Size: 12 Course Code: 2005 (B757)                Bootstrap Equipment Installation – All Models (2 Days)
                                                                          ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4 to 6 Course Code: 2011 (B757)
     Designed for mechanics, technicians and propulsion engineers
     responsible for engine testing and analysis. Students will develop   Teaches members how to remove and install an engine using
     the skills necessary to perform engine test procedures, monitor      the bootstrap method. Engine bootstrap tooling installation and
     engine performance and evaluate engine condition. Practical          removal tasks will be performed. The course will cover the
     experience will be gained using engine test logs and data to         maintenance manual procedure for preparing the engine for
     monitor performance and to troubleshoot engines.                     removal and installation.




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PW6000 Engine Series Courses
System Familiarization (2 Days)                                          Post-Maintenance Test (5 Days)
ATA Level: I Class Size: 15 Course Code: 6101                            ATA Level: IV Class Size: 12 Course Code: 6108

Provides an introduction to engine design features and an overview       Designed for mechanics, technicians and propulsion engineers
of systems, performance and ground operations.                           responsible for engine testing and analysis. Students will develop
                                                                         the skills necessary to perform engine test procedures, monitor
T1 PW6100 Engine Only for Airbus A318 (5 Days)                           performance and evaluate engine condition. Practical experience will
EASA Level: III Class Size: 12 Course Code: 6103                         be gained using test logs and data to monitor performance and to
                                                                         troubleshoot engines.
Designed for maintenance technicians and other personnel
associated with line and base maintenance. This course provides a
detailed description of system operation, component location,            Engine Change – Bootstrap Method – All Models (2 Days)
onboard reporting systems and fault isolation procedures to aircraft     ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4 to 6 Course Code: 6107
maintenance manual level.
                                                                         Gives engine-change team members the knowledge and hands-on
                                                                         experience needed to remove and replace an engine from the
Borescope Inspection Procedures – All Models (2 Days)                    on-wing position. A training engine installed on mockup pylon and
ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4 Course Code: 6100
                                                                         bootstrap equipment is used for the practical shop training. Team
Designed for technicians responsible for performing borescope            practice at task and safety procedures is emphasized.
inspection of the engine gaspath condition. The course consists
primarily of practical exercises using borescope equipment, a training
engine, mockups and worksheets to develop critical investigative
and interpretative skills.




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     JT8D-7/-17 and JT8D-200 Engine Series Courses
     General Familiarization                                              Compressor Blade Blending – All Models
     ATA Level: I Class Size: 15                                          ATA Level: IV Class Size: 2 to 3 (3 Days); 4 (4 Days)
     Course Code: 821 JT8D-Standard (2 Days)                              Course Code: 804 JT8D-Standard
                   850 JT8D-200 (3 Days)                                                854 JT8D-200

     Provides an introduction to engine design features and an            Provides important hands-on experience required to develop
     overview of systems, performance and ground operations.              necessary investigative and interpretative skills while using
                                                                          specialized equipment to detect, interpret, evaluate and repair
                                                                          damage in the compressor gaspath. Customer must supply
     Line and Base Maintenance (8 Days)
                                                                          blade-blending equipment required for the training.
     ATA Level: III Class Size: 12
     Course Code: 823 JT8D-Standard
                    873 JT8D-200
                                                                          Heavy Maintenance (B1-B2) (10 Days)
     Designed for maintenance technicians and other personnel             ATA Level: V Class Size: 6 to 8
                                                                          Course Code: 807 JT8D-Standard
     associated with line and base maintenance. This course provides
                                                                                       857 JT8D-200
     a detailed description of system operation, component location,
     onboard reporting systems and fault isolation procedures to          Designed for personnel who are responsible for performing and
     aircraft maintenance manual level.                                   supervising limited and major engine assembly and disassembly.
                                                                          The course provides practical hands-on training on the assembly
                                                                          and on the disassembly of major build groups, using special
     Borescope Inspection Procedures (2 Days)
                                                                          tooling, equipment and appropriate technical manuals.
     ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4
     Course Code: 820 JT8D-Standard
                   870 JT8D-200
                                                                          Troubleshooting (5 Days)
     Designed for technicians responsible for performing borescope        ATA Level: IV Class Size: 12
                                                                          Course Code: 824 JT8D-Standard
     inspection of the engine gaspath condition. The course consists
                                                                                        859 JT8D-200
     primarily of practical exercises using borescope equipment, a
     training engine, mockups and worksheets to develop critical          Designed for personnel involved in performing and supervising line
     investigative and interpretative skills to evaluate engine gaspath   and base engine troubleshooting and fault analysis. The course
     condition.                                                           provides practical hands-on training on engine features and
                                                                          systems characteristics.
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Maximum Heavy Maintenance (B3) – All Models                                            JT8D-7/-17 Combustion Chamber Borescope Inspection
(See note for class duration.)                                                         (ASB5639) (4 Days)1
ATA Level: V Class Size: 2 to 4                                                        ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4 Course Code: 100
Course Code: 806 JT8D-Standard
             856 JT8D-200                                                              Develops skills in using borescope equipment to detect,
                                                                                       interpret and evaluate deterioration and damage in the
Designed for personnel who are responsible for performing and                          combustion chamber of a JT8D-7/-17 engine per ASB5639.
supervising limited and major engine assembly and disassembly.
The course provides practical hands-on training on the assembly
and on the disassembly of major build groups, using special                            JT8D-200 Combustion Chamber Borescope Inspection
                                                                                       (SB5741) (4 Days)1
tooling, equipment and appropriate technical manuals.
                                                                                       ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4 Course Code: 101
This course is offered only at the customer’s facility using the
                                                                                       Develops skills in using borescope equipment to detect,
customer’s tooling and engine-build groups.
                                                                                       interpret and evaluate deterioration and damage in the
Note: Training days = 3 to 35 days. The number of build groups selected for training   combustion chamber of a JT8D-200 engine per SB5741.
      determines total course length.



Post-Maintenance Test (5 Days)                                                         JT8D-7/-17 and -200 Borescope Inspection Procedures
                                                                                       Gaspath Special (1 Day)
ATA Level: IV Class Size: 10
Course Code: 805 JT8D-Standard                                                         ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4 Course Code: 102
              855 JT8D-200
                                                                                       Develops skills in using borescope equipment to evaluate
Designed for mechanics, technicians and propulsion engineers                           deterioration and damage in the engine gaspath.
responsible for engine testing and analysis. Students will                             Note: Attendees must have attended and successfully completed the Combustion
develop the skills necessary to perform engine test procedures,                              Chamber Borescope Inspection course (no. 100 or 101).

monitor performance and evaluate the engine’s condition.
Practical experience will be gained using test logs and data to
monitor performance and to troubleshoot engines.


                                                                                       1   Including gaspath, course duration is 5 days.

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     JT9D Engine Series Courses
     System Familiarization – All Models
     ATA Level: I Class Size: 15
     Course Code: 900 -7A, F, J (2 Days)
                  910 59A (2 Days)
                  920 -70A (2 Days)
                  930 -7Q (2 Days)
                  940 7R4 Boeing (2 Days)
                  950 7R4 Airbus (3 Days)
                  960 7R4G2 Boeing (2 Days)

     Introduces engine design features with an overview of systems,
     performance and ground operations.


     Line and Base Maintenance – All Models
     ATA Level: III Class Size: 12
     Course Code: 903 -7A, F, J (8 Days)
                    913 59A (8 Days)
                    923 -70A (8 Days)
                    933 -7Q (8 Days)
                    943 7R4 Boeing (8 Days)
                    953 7R4 Airbus (10 Days)
                    963 7R4G2 Boeing (8 Days)

     Designed for maintenance technicians and other personnel
     associated with line and base maintenance. This course provides   Post-Maintenance Test (5 Days)
     a detailed description of system operation, component location,   ATA Level: IV Class Size: 12
     onboard reporting systems and fault isolation procedures to       Course Code: 905 -7A, F, J
     aircraft maintenance manual level.                                              915 59A
                                                                                     925 -70A
                                                                                     935 -7Q
                                                                                     945 7R4 Boeing
     Borescope Inspection Procedures – All Models (2 Days)
                                                                                     955 7R4 Airbus
     ATA Level: IV Class Size: 4
                                                                                     965 7R4G2 Boeing
     Course Code: 902 -7A, F, J
                   912 59A                                             Designed for mechanics, technicians and propulsion engineers
                   922 -70A
                   932 -7Q
                                                                       responsible for engine testing and analysis. Students will develop
                   942 7R4 Boeing                                      the skills necessary to perform test procedures, monitor
                   952 7R4 Airbus                                      performance and evaluate engine condition. Practical experience
                   962 7R4G2 Boeing                                    will be gained using test logs and data to monitor performance
     Designed for technicians responsible for performing borescope     and to troubleshoot engines.
     inspection of the engine gaspath condition. The course
     consists primarily of practical exercises using borescope         Compressor Blade Blending
     equipment, a training engine, mockups and worksheets to           ATA Level: IV Class Size: 2 to 3 (3 Days); 4 (4 Days)
     develop critical investigative and interpretive skills.           Course Code: 117 (5th through 15th stage)

                                                                       Provides important hands-on experience required to develop
                                                                       necessary investigative and interpretative skills while using
                                                                       specialized equipment to detect, interpret, evaluate and repair
                                                                       damage in the compressor gaspath. Customer must supply
                                                                       blade-blending equipment required for the training. Requires
                                                                       Pratt & Whitney source approval.



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F117 Engine Series Courses
Military training programs are restricted to audiences using and/or supporting the military product and meeting U.S.
Department of Defense export/licensing requirements. Attendance at military training programs requires the appropriate
sponsorship of the Pratt & Whitney customer Integrated Logistics Support (ILS) manager or the United States Air Force (USAF).
All training courses listed are based on six hours of actual instruction per day unless otherwise noted.

Systems Familiarization (2 days)                                      Borescope Inspection Procedures (3 Days)
Class Size: 15 Course Code: 7000                                      Class Size: 6 Course Code: 7002

Provides an introduction to engine design features and an             Designed for technicians responsible for performing borescope
overview of systems, performance and ground operations.               inspection of the engine gaspath condition. The course
                                                                      consists primarily of practical exercises using borescope
                                                                      equipment, a training engine, mockups and worksheets to
Line and Base Maintenance (5 days)
                                                                      develop critical investigative and interpretive skills.
Class Size: 12 Course Code: 7003

Designed for technicians responsible for performing line and
                                                                      Engine Blade Blending (1 day)
base maintenance. Provides knowledge and understanding of
                                                                      Class Size: 2 to 6 Course Code: 7004
engine design features, line replacement unit (LRU) identification,
engine operation, systems operation and rigging and inspection.       Provides general knowledge of inspections and blending
                                                                      techniques for Pratt & Whitney military engine blades. The course
                                                                      consists of support equipment identification, definition of blade
                                                                      damage and proper inspection and blending techniques.




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     F100 Engine Series Courses
     Engine Familiarization (3 Days)                                      F100 Borescope/Fiberscope Inspection (5 Days)
     Class Size: 4 to 12                                                  Class Size: 2 to 6
     Course Code: 1040 F100-PW-220                                        Course Code: 1036 F100-PW-220
                    1050 F100-PW-229                                                     1037 F100-PW-229

     This course enables the student to explain basic facts and state     Provides knowledge and experience to perform F100 engine
     general principles about military engine construction features and   borescope/fiberscope inspections. The course consists of
     systems design. This course will prepare the student for all         classroom presentations and practical hands-on experience.
     subsequent military engine training courses.
                                                                          F100 Engine Blade Blending (1 day)
     F100 Interactive Electronic Technical Manual System                  Class Size: 2 to 6 Course Code: 1015
     (IETMS) (1 day)
     Course Code: 1014                                                    Provides general knowledge of inspections and blending
                                                                          techniques for Pratt & Whitney military engine blades. The course
     Enables the student to navigate through the F100-PW-220/229          consists of support equipment identification, definition of blade
     Intermediate Maintenance Manual Set (IMMS) and use it within the     damage and proper inspection and blending techniques.
     maintenance environment. This course prepares the student for
     the Intermediate Maintenance and Intermediate Maintenance
     On-the-Job-Training (OJT) courses.                                   F100 Intermediate Maintenance (55 Days)1
                                                                          Class Size: 4 to 6
                                                                          Course Code: 1019 F100-PW-220
     F100 Engine Systems and Troubleshooting (10 Days)                                   1052 F100-PW-229
     Class Size: 4 to 12
                                                                          Working as team members, students will disassemble, inspect
     Course Code: 1041 F100-PW-220
                    1051 F100-PW-229                                      and reassemble the engine and/or associated modules using
                                                                          F100-unique special tooling, technical manuals and precision
     Provides comprehensive and in-depth training of F100 engine          measuring equipment.
     systems operation, diagnostic equipment operation, troubleshooting
     techniques and line replacement unit (LRU) maintenance.



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F100 Intermediate Maintenance OJT (59 Days)2                           F100 Depot Maintenance1, 2
Class Size: 4 to 6                                                     Class Size: 4 to 6
Course Code: 1020 F100-PW-220                                          Course Code:                                                   F100-PW-220     F100-PW-229
               1056 F100-PW-229                                        Engine (includes all courses below) (47 Days)                  1034            1057
                                                                       Fan Module (5 Days)                                            1023            1095
The course is designed to enhance the knowledge and experience         Core Module (15 Days)                                          1022            1038
gained in the Intermediate Maintenance course by providing further     Rear Compressor Drive Turbine (3 Days)                         1027            1039
knowledge and experience performing those tasks most frequently        Fan Drive Turbine Module (5 Days)                              1025            1064
                                                                       Gearbox (3 Days)                                               1048            1100
encountered in an actual maintenance environment. Students work        Augmentor (4 Days)                                             1045            1103
as a team, making necessary decisions about the requirements and
procedures for a given situation. The instructor(s) serves in an       Working as a team, students will disassemble, inspect
advisory/observer capacity during the training period. Students        and reassemble the engine and/or associated modules
will be evaluated on the proficiency level attained during training.   using F100-unique tooling, technical manual and precision
                                                                       measuring equipment.

F100 Intermediate Test Operator (5 Days)1
Class Size: 4 to 6                                                     F100 Depot Maintenance OJT 1, 2
Course Code: 1042 F100-PW-220                                          Class Size: 4 to 6
               1053 F100-PW-229                                        Course Code:                                                   F100-PW-220     F100-PW-229
                                                                       Engine (includes all courses below) (67 Days)                  1035            1059
Designed for customers already operating the engine.                   Fan Module (8 Days)                                            1024            1088
Enables the student to install and remove an F100 engine on            Core Module (20 Days)                                          1079            1089
the test stand, conduct a run of the engine and perform pre- and       Rear Compressor Drive Turbine (5 Days)                         1029            1102
                                                                       Fan Drive Turbine Module (8 Days)                              1026            1090
post-run inspections of the engine and test stand.                     Gearbox (5 Days)                                               1049            1101
                                                                       Augmentor (6 Days)                                             1047            1104
F100 Intermediate Test Operator (10 Days)                              This course enhances the Depot Maintenance course with the
Class Size: 4 to 6                                                     opportunity to gain further knowledge and experience performing
Course Code: 1043 F100-PW-220
               1054 F100-PW-229                                        those tasks most frequently encountered in an actual maintenance
                                                                       environment. The students work as a team, making necessary
Enables the student to install and remove an F100 engine on            decisions about the requirements and procedures for a given
the test stand, conduct a run of the engine and perform pre- and       situation. The instructor(s) serves in an advisory/observer capacity
post-run inspections of the engine and test stand.                     during the training period. Students will be evaluated on the
                                                                       proficiency level attained during this training period.
F100 Engine Monitoring System Component Intermediate
Maintenance Repair (10 Days)                                           F100 Depot Test Operator (5 Days)1
Class Size: 2 to 4
                                                                       Class Size: 4 to 6
Course Code: 1070
                                                                       Course Code: 1028 F100-PW-220
                                                                                      1058 F100-PW-229
Provides a basic knowledge and the practical experience required
to perform intermediate-level maintenance repair of F100 engine-       Designed for customers already operating the engine. Enables the
monitoring-system components.                                          student to install and remove an F100 engine on the test stand,
                                                                       conduct a run of the engine and perform pre- and post-run
                                                                       inspections of the engine and test stand.


                                                                       F100 Depot Test Operator (10 Days)1
                                                                       Class Size: 4 to 6
                                                                       Course Code: 1033 F100-PW-220
                                                                                      1060 F100-PW-229

                                                                       Enables the student to install and remove an F100 engine on the
                                                                       test stand, perform an operational performance run of the engine
                                                                       and perform pre- and post-run inspections of the engine and
                                                                       test stand.


                                                                       1   Class conducted at customer location.
                                                                       2   Designed for the entire engine or for modules specified by the customer.



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     e-Learning

     e-Learning Products and Services
     Customer Training has developed a range of e-Learning solutions in response to customer demand,
     providing students convenient, cost-effective methods for acquiring knowledge and skills.
     Web-Based Training courses are ideal for students who do not have the opportunity to attend
     classes at one of our training locations, and allows students to learn at their own pace in a format
     that is delivered at their convenience. A range of courses are being made available at
     www.pwcustomertraining.com on topics ranging from human factors awareness to jet engine
     introduction to engine familiarization.
     Computer-Based Training courses are available in CD format and on-site at our training centers
     for specific engine models and topics. For a complete listing, please visit the shopping cart on
     www.pwcustomertraining.com.
     Interactive Distance Learning is available through a variety of formats and technologies, offering
     interaction between Customer Training instructors and students in different locations.
     Rapid-Electronic Performance Support (R-EPS) job refreshment aids have been created in
     cooperation with Customer Technical Support to help customers familiarize themselves with the
     important details of a service procedure before performing a specific maintenance task.
     R-EPS are not intended to replace or supercede any official Pratt & Whitney technical publication, and are available on the
     Pratt & Whitney Online Services portal.




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Web-Based Training
Jet Engine Introduction
This e-Learning familiarization course introduces the fundamentals
of jet engine design, including the concepts of propulsion and
bypass ratio; the function of various gas turbine engine components;
the development of the dual spool engine, and the evolution of
gas turbine engines in response to marketplace demands.                PW4000 (112-inch Fan) Engine Operation and Construction
Course duration: one hour.                                             ATA Level: I

                                                                       Provides an overview of jet engine operation and details of the
Advanced Jet Engine Operation                                          internal construction of the PW4000 112-inch fan engine.
This companion to Jet Engine Introduction examines in detail
the operation of the fuel, oil, and air systems, and provides an       PW2000 Engine Operation and Construction (Student-Paced CBT)
overview of environmental, regulatory and cost issues.                 ATA Level: I
Course duration: one hour.
                                                                       Provides an overview of jet engine operation and details of the
                                                                       internal construction of the PW2000 engine.
Human Factors Awareness
Human Factors Awareness continues to gain importance as a
                                                                       JT8D (-7 through -17) On-Wing Maintenance
crucial means for ensuring aviation health and safety. This course
                                                                       ATA Level: I, II and III
explores the theory behind various human factors models; illustrates
everyday situations that invite error and mistakes; depicts serious,   Provides an overview of JT8D design specifications and features. It
real-life incidents involving “The Dirty Dozen,” and describes         also explains engine systems and components, aircraft interfaces,
methods to ensure continued training and awareness.                    engine performance and ground operations. And for the ATA Level III
Course duration: two hours.                                            student, it also introduces basic troubleshooting techniques. This is
                                                                       essentially three courses in one, providing access to course content
                                                                       in ATA Levels I, II and III commensurate with student needs.
Computer-Based Training
Introduction to Borescope Inspection of Gas Turbine Engines
ATA Level: IV

Provides knowledge and understanding of borescope inspection
fundamentals. It offers mastery of borescope equipment, techniques,
inspection practices and engine damage recognition.


PW4000 (100-inch Fan) Engine Operation and Construction
ATA Level: I

Provides an overview of jet engine operation and details of the
internal construction of the PW4000 100-inch fan engine.




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     Training Aids
     Commercial Engines
                                                                            Pratt & Whitney Engine Build Groups
     Pratt & Whitney Secondary Flow and Lubrication                         The build groups cross-section shows the engine assembly parts
     Systems Schematics
                                                                            and engine build groups identified by ATA chapter sections. Flange
     Each schematic illustrates in full color the secondary air sources
                                                                            locations are also identified.
     and uses of the various stages of air throughout the engine’s
     systems. Careful attention is given to the proper identification of    Order No:      Engine Build Groups Handouts
     all compressor and turbine stages, flanges and gaspath stations.                      (Handouts measure 11 inches x 17 inches)
     In addition, the engine lubrication system is depicted detailing       P135-H         PW4000 94-Inch Fan
     the pressure, scavenge and breather air subsystems. Schematics         P137-H         PW4000 100-Inch Fan
     are available in handout and wall chart sizes. See order
     numbers below.                                                                        Engine Build Groups Wall Chart
                                                                                           (Wall charts measure 36 inches x 51 inches)
     Order No:       Secondary Flow Handouts                                P135-W         PW4000 94-Inch Fan
                     (Handouts measure 11 inches x 17 inches)               P137-W         PW4000 100-Inch Fan
                     Sold in packages of 25.
     P090-H          PW2000
                                                                            Military Engines
     P092-H          PW4000 94-Inch Fan
     P093-H          PW4000 100-Inch Fan                                    Order No:      (Handouts measure 11 inches x 17 inches)
     P094-H          PW4000 112-Inch Fan                                                   Sold in packages of 25.
     P099-H          PW6124                                                 P091-H         F117 Secondary Flow and Lubrication Schematic
     P132-H          JT8D-217C/-219                                         P113-H         F119-PW-100 Cross Section
                                                                            P111-H         F100-PW-220 Cross Section
     The schematics are printed on high-quality white laser paper and
                                                                            P139-H         F100-PW-220 Lubrication Systems Schematic
     are ideally sized for handouts, insertion into training guides, or
                                                                            P142-H         F100-PW-220 Engine Modules
     display in an office area.
                                                                            P110-H         F100-PW-229 Cross Section
     Order No:       Secondary Flow Wall Charts                             P119-H         F100-PW-229 Access Ports
                     (Wall charts measure 36 inches x 51 inches)            P140-H         F100-PW-229 Lubrication Systems Schematic
     P090-W          PW2000                                                 P141-H         F100-PW-229 Engine Modules
     P092-W          PW4000 94-Inch Fan                                     P112-H         F135-PW-100 CTOL/CV Cross Section
     P093-W          PW4000 100-Inch Fan                                    P114-H         F135 CTOL/CV Airflow Map
     P094-W          PW4000 112-Inch Fan                                    P115-H         F135 STOVL Airflow Map
     P099-W          PW6124
                                                                            Order No:      (Wall chart sizes vary. See legend below.)
     P132-W          JT8D-217C/219
                     Note: This wall chart measures 26 inches x 50 inches   P091-W         F117 Secondary Flow and Lubrication Schematic1
                                                                            P113-W         F119-PW-100 Cross Section2
     The wall charts are laminated with a clear dry-erase material for      P111-W         F100-PW-220 Cross Section2
     use in a classroom or shop setting.                                    P139-W         F100-PW-220 Lubrication Systems Schematic4
                                                                            P142-W         F100-PW-220 Engine Modules4
                                                                            P110-W         F100-PW-229 Cross Section2
                                                                            P119-W         F100-PW-229 Access Ports1
                                                                            P140-W         F100-PW-229 Lubrication Systems Schematic4
                                                                            P141-W         F100-PW-229 Engine Modules4
                                                                            P112-W         F135-PW-100 CTOL/CV Cross Section2
                                                                            P114-W         F135 CTOL/CV Airflow Map3
                                                                            P115-W         F135 STOVL Airflow Map3
                                                                            Wall chart sizes:
                                                                            1 36 inches x 51 inches
                                                                            2 28 inches x 68 inches
                                                                            3 30 inches x 68 inches
                                                                            4 36 inches x 68 inches


     Sample of Secondary Flow and Lubrication Systems Schematic
                                                                            Please visit Pratt & Whitney’s Online Services to place an
                                                                            order and complete a purchase at https://portal.pw.utc.com
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     Educational Resources
     Books/References
     Name                        Description                                               Book Code

     Aeronautical Vestpocket    Offers a detailed engineering technical reference. It      P&W 79500
     Handbook                   contains compressible flow functions, standard altitude
                                data and properties of gases, materials and elements.
                                In addition, the book covers a range of aircraft, engine
                                and general aviation topics. Shipping charges are
                                included in the price for this book.

     The Aircraft Gas Turbine   Provides a complete engine familiarization handbook.       P&W 182408
     Engine and Its Operation   It describes the general aero-thermodynamic principles
                                underlining operation and performance, different
                                types of engines and a detailed component description.
                                The book also discusses the various internal and
                                external systems, such as the secondary flow and
                                lubrication systems, as well as operational performance
                                and the many factors that affect it. Shipping charges
                                are included in the price.

     Engine Nomenclature        Provides definitions of commonly used technical            P098
                                and engineering terms oriented toward commercial
                                turbofan engines.




     General/Engineering Training Guides
     Certified Training         Contains illustrations and related text about              P060
     Instructor                 instructor skills, communications, audiovisual
                                materials and their use in the classroom, evaluating
                                other instructors and the use and creation of
                                instructor guides.

     On-the-Job-Training –      Contains illustrations and related text addressing         P066
     Teaching Job               communications, providing feedback to students,
     Knowledge and Skills       safety, managing students and teaching
                                physical skills.

     Standard Practices         Contains text, tables, line charts and photographs         P016
     Used in Maintenance        used to instill knowledge about torquing practices,
                                the use of locking devices, O-ring, lubricant,
                                precision measuring, clamping of tubes and
                                harnesses, applying markings to parts and handling
                                bearings. Resources for Standard Practices are
                                also included.

     Engine Design              Contains text, tables, line charts and photographs         463
     and Repair                 used to instill knowledge about the design and
                                performance features of Pratt & Whitney’s commercial
                                gas turbine engines and the required inspection and
                                repair procedures. Additional topics include a review
                                of engine management using risk analysis and the
                                application of the failure analysis process.


     To order training materials, please visit Pratt & Whitney’s Online Services at https://portal.pw.utc.com
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Performance/Engineering Training Guides

Name                        Description                                               Book Code

Engine Condition           Covers application of gas generator baseline curves,       440
Monitoring II (ECM II)     the ECM II computer program, data acquisition by
                           the flight crew and the characteristics of monitored
                           parameters. Contains charts and tables commonly
                           used in solving engine-condition-monitoring
                           problems. Applicable to both the mainframe and
                           personal computer versions of the ECM II program.



Module Performance         Contains text, tables and line charts used to analyze      450
Analysis Using MAPNET      engine component deficiencies, program capabilities,
                           data requirements, output interpretation and
                           workscope simulation features. Basic gas turbine
                           performance including component characteristics
                           and their deterioration impacts is also included.



P&W EHM (Engine Health Contains illustrations, trend-monitoring-report                437
Monitoring)            examples and explanations for the application of
                       P&W EHM software. The content is divided into
                       several areas: fleet configuration management, data
                       collection requirements, cruise and takeoff data
                       processing, analysis and management. Also included
                       are report layouts and options, trend analysis,
                       UNIGRAPH plotting workshop and EHM student
                       assessment.



Introduction to Engine     Contains illustrations and related text about the          462
Failure Analysis (EFA)     basic knowledge of how to investigate engine
                           system or part failures to help find the root cause.
                           Also described are the procedures used to write a
                           failure analysis report.



Engine Fleet               Contains illustrations and related text about              456
Management                 evaluation and optimization of the engine fleet
                           management program. Areas of discussion include
                           engine and module performance, fleet ranking, fleet
                           analysis and maintenance scheduling.




To order training materials, please visit Pratt & Whitney’s Online Services at https://portal.pw.utc.com
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     Maintenance Training Guides
     Name                       Description                                  Engine Model             Book Code

     Engine System              Contains illustrations and related text      PW4000 94-inch Fan       601
     Familiarization            about the basic features and principles of   PW4000 112-inch Fan      675
     Level I                    engine construction and systems.             PW4100 94-inch Fan       622
                                                                             PW4100 100-inch Fan      643
                                                                             PW4400 94-inch Fan       651
                                                                             PW2000                   411B
                                                                             PW6000                   B6101
                                                                             V2500                    542
                                                                             JT8D-7/-17               027
                                                                             JT8D-200                 094



     Line and Base              Contains illustrations and related text      PW4000 94-inch Fan       600
     Maintenance                about engine construction features,          PW4084 112-inch Fan      663
     Level III                  performance and rating characteristics,      PW4090 112-inch Fan      670
                                engine systems and system components,        PW4100 100-inch Fan      623
                                purpose, location, operation, operational    PW4100 94-inch Fan       B4163
                                tests and troubleshooting.                   PW4400 94-inch Fan       651
                                                                             PW2000                   410B
                                                                             JT8D-7/-17               B0823
                                                                             JT8D-200                 090
                                                                             JT9D-7Q                  180
                                                                             JT9D-7A, F, J            210
                                                                             JT9D-59A, -70A           230
                                                                             JT9D-7R4, E, F           280
                                                                             JT9D-7R4D1               330
                                                                             JT9D-7R4G2               390



     Engine Heavy               Contains text, schematics, cross-sectional   PW4000 94-inch Fan       635
     Maintenance (B1-B2)        drawings and system diagrams covering        PW4100 100-inch Fan      648
     Level IV                   various steps in engine disassembly and      PW4000 112-inch Fan      665
                                assembly and use of tooling.                 PW2000                   420
                                                                             JT8D-7/-17               032
                                                                             JT8D-200                 100
                                                                             JT9D-7, 7Q, 7A, F        200



     Intermediate and           Contains text, schematics, cross-sectional   F100-PW-220
     Depot Level                drawings and system diagrams covering        Intermediate             1007
     Maintenance (Military)     various steps in engine disassembly and      Depot                    1034
                                assembly and use of tooling.                 F100-PW-229
                                                                             Intermediate             1022
                                                                             Depot                    1023




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Maintenance Training Guides
Name                       Description                                   Engine Model            Book Code

Borescope Inspection       Contains basic information of borescope       PW4000 94-inch Fan      645
                           terminology, equipment and types of           PW4000 112-inch Fan     669
                           compressor, combustor and turbine             PW4100 100-inch Fan     649
                           distress. Also shown are borescope            PW2000                  423
                           access port locations, specific airfoil       PW6000                  B6100
                           dimensions and combustion chamber             JT8D-7/-17 and -200     031
                           liner inspection maps.                        V2500                   541

Post-Maintenance Test      Contains illustrations and text of the        PW4000 94-inch Fan      640
                           test facility, support equipment, engine      PW4000 112-inch Fan     666
                           test parameters, test cell connections,       PW4100 100-inch Fan     644
                           test profiles and operating limits.           PW2000                  421
                                                                         JT8D-7/-17              048
                                                                         JT8D-200                089
                                                                         F100-PW-220             1040
                                                                         F100-PW-229             1008

Compressor Blade           Contains illustrations and related text of PW4400 94-inch Fan         680
Blending, 5th- to          the procedures, equipment and practice
15th-Stage                 skills necessary to do on-wing compressor
                           blade blending.

Engine Heavy               Contains text, schematics, cross-sectional    PW4000 94-inch Fan      635
Maintenance (B3)           drawings and system diagrams of various       JT8D-7/-17              035
                           steps in engine module disassembly and        JT8D-200                099
                           assembly and use of tooling.

Compressor Blade           Contains illustrations and related text of PW2000/PW2300              413
Blending, 6th- to 9th-,    the procedures, equipment and practice
11th- to 13th-, 15th-      skills necessary to do on-wing compressor
to 17th-Stage              blade blending.

F100 Engine Blade          Contains illustrations and related text of    F100-PW-220/229         1038
Inspection and Blend       the procedures, equipment and practice
Repair                     necessary to inspect and blend repair the
                           F100 engine compressor blades.

Interactive Electronic     Contains illustrations and related text of    V2500                   543
Technical Manual           IETM navigation, front matter, publications   F100                    1060
(IETM)                     and features.

PW2000/B757                Contains illustrations and related text       PW2000/B757             695
Open-Cowl Inspection       to conduct an open-cowl inspection.

JT8D, JT8D-200             Contains illustrations and related text of    JT8D-7/-17              028
Troubleshooting            engine external features, performance         JT8D-200                095
                           and rating characteristics, systems           F100-PW-220             Vol I 1014
                           operation, operational tests, and                                     Vol II 1015
                           troubleshooting.                              F100-PW-229             Vol I 1011
                                                                                                 Vol II 1012

Hot-Section Inspection     Contains text and cross-sectional drawings    JT8D-7/-17              041
                           of various steps in performing a              JT8D-200                092
                           hot-section inspection and use of tooling.

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     How to Enroll in a Course

             1   Our Website
                 Open your Internet browser and go to http://www.pwcustomertraining.com




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             2   Course Catalog
                 You can browse our dynamic Course Catalog to view current offerings and availability. Select the
                 Courses & Registration tab and the button for the desired course category.
                 Note: This feature is available with public access, but it is necessary to Log On to register for courses. After Log On, the Register Now button will
                 appear for each class/course.


             3   New User
                 For full access to system features, including course registration, please submit a New User Request Form.
                 Requests will be processed within one business day and login information, including User Name and
                 Password, will follow by E-mail.
                 Note: If you registered/completed training with Pratt & Whitney Customer Training after January 2008, your profile already exists. Contact us for
                 login assistance as necessary.




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Order/Registration Form

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Address                                                                                      Address



City, State, Postal Code                                                                     City, State, Postal Code

Country                                                                                      Country



Phone Number                                                                                 Send Orders To
                                                                                             Pratt & Whitney                             Fax: 860-755-6131
                                                                                             Customer Training Center                    E-mail: customertraining@pw.utc.com
                                                                                             Mail Stop 122-18
                                                                                             400 Main Street                             Class registration also available online
                                                                                             East Hartford, CT 06108                     at www.pwcustomertraining.com

Classes are conducted in English unless otherwise specified. Upon request, a class can be conducted in another language using a customer supplied interpreter. Use of interpretive
services may extend the length of the class.

Training Courses
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Names of Students




Training Aids/Educational Resources

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All orders and registrations for training are contingent upon entering into a training agreement with Pratt & Whitney and are subject to the terms and conditions of such agreement.




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East Hartford, CT                        Beijing, China                                 To view class schedules and register
Pratt & Whitney                          Pratt & Whitney                                for training, please visit Customer
Customer Training Center                 China Customer Training Center                 Training’s web site at:
M/S 122-18                               8A Tianzhu Road, Tianzhu Airport               http://www.pwcustomertraining.com
400 Main Street                          Industrial Zone, Shunyi District,
East Hartford, CT 06108 USA              Beijing, China, 101312                         To order training materials, please visit
                                                                                        Pratt & Whitney’s Online Services at
Registrar: +1-860-565-5221               Registrar: +(86)10-8048-6677 Ext.1111          https://portal.pw.utc.com
Student Services: +1-860-565-5221        Student Services: +(86)10-8048-6677 Ext.1100
Reception/Main Number: +1-860-565-8600   Reception/Main Number: +(86)10-8048-6677
Fax: +1-860-755-6131                     Fax: +(86)10-8048-6329
E-mail: customertraining@pw.utc.com      E-mail: chinacustomertraining@pwap.utc.com
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