1 Proposal for apprentice training in South Africa A cut above the rest, cause we train you best
2 Why invest in ITC? ITC was founded in We have provided training for major airlines in Africa such as TAAG Angolan Airlines, LAM, LAM startech, Zambesi Airlines, Global Aviation and Aeroservice Togo. We are SACAA, TETA and INAVIC approved. Our instructors experience is the main reason for our success and popularity. Combined, we have more than 450 years aviation experience under the belt. 250 of these years were spent in training. The instructors are approved on the following aircrafts: Airbus 319,20,21, Airbus A330, 340 Boeing 707, 727, 737, 747, 767, 777 DC9 / MD80 DC3 DC4 And all relevant power plants This makes us capable in most of the fascists in the Aviation industry.
3 Marthinus Potgieter started as a mechanical apprentice with SAA and qualified as a maintenance engineer in 1980, obtained licenses on B SP & Combi, B Advanced, did travelling technician duties and completed the Airbus A300 course before being promoted to a mechanical Aviation instructor in Presented all the modules in the basic training school as well as compiling and presenting courses on the Douglas DC 3, DC 4, Junkers JU 52, Harvard and Piper Pa28R-200, holding maintenance release on the JU 52, Harvard and Piper. Compiled the maintenance schedule for the Piper PA 28. Compiled and presented technical courses for the SAA Cadet Pilot training program. Functioned as the "on the job" (OJT) Training Instructor for all SAA apprentices in the workshops and Hangers during their final year of training with SAA. While with SAA trained apprentices from Mauritius, Seychelles, Swaziland and Angola. Completed a certificate in Training with RAU and is an assessor registered with the TETA. Managed the Basic training school for the last 2 years before resigning from SAA to start my own training facility. Operating as Intelek Training and Consultation. He presented Lubricant Training for Shell SA and training for TAAG. LAM, LAM startech, GAM, Zambesi and Aeroservices Togo
4 Training in South Africa at our premises The duration of the phase 1 training will be over 12 months, including 3 weeks holiday during December Phase 1 will consist of: Induction - Company rules Occupational health and safety Basic first aid Aviation legislation - regulatory framework, certifying, AMO s, Aircraft certification, SACAA regulations Module 1: Mathematics (Theory)- Here we cover the basic mathematic day-to-day calculations and mathematics Module 2: Physics (Theory) - The nature of matter, atoms, elements, chemical definitions and bonding Module 3: Electrical fundamentals - Electron theory, conduction, DC and AC sources, resistors, magnetism, transformers, generators and motors. The practical training will be on motors and the available aircraft electrical systems.
5 Module 4: Electronic fundamentals - semi-conductors, diodes, transistors, circuit and circuit board and servo mechanisms. The practical training will be on available aircraft. Module 5: Digital techniques - Flight instruments, fibre optics, optical detectors and receivers. The practical training will be on available aircraft instruments. Module 6: Material and Hardware (Theory) - Properties of materials, testing for tensile, compression, hardness and impact, fatigue, iron production, steel making, heat treatments, alloy, identification test and corrosion, fasteners, pipes and unions, springs, bearings, transmit ions, control cables, electrical cables Module 7: Safety precautions in the workshop - workshop practises, tools, engineering drawings, avionic test equipment, fits and clearances, electrical cables and connectors, riveting, welding and brazing. The practical training will be engineering practises(filing) and safety wiring. Module 8: Weight and balance, aircraft handling and storage, disassembly inspection repair and assembly techniques, abnormal events, and maintenance procedures. The practical training will be on available aircraft.
6 Module 9: Aerodynamics (Theory) - Physics of the atmosphere, aerodynamics, theory of flight, flight stability and dynamics. Practical students will have to build a wind tunnel. Module 10: Human factors (Theory) - Human performance and limitations, social psychology, factors affecting performance, tasks communication, human error and hazards in the work place. Module 11: Theory of flight - aerodynamics and structures. Practical will be using structures tools to manufacture a postbox/toolbox. Module 12: Aircraft avionic systems, aircraft instruments and onboard maintenance systems. The practical training will be on available aircraft systems and workshop equipment. Module 13: Aircraft electrical - Electrical systems and lights, fire protection. The practical training will be on available aircraft systems and workshop equipment. Module 14: Aircraft pneumatic, air conditioning and pressurization systems - We cover the engine pneumatic systems and the aircraft air conditioning systems. The practical training will be on available aircraft systems and workshop equipment. Module 15: Landing gear - Theoretical part of landing gear, installation and operation as well as wheels, brakes and antiskid systems. The practical training will be on available aircraft.
7 Module 16: Flight controls - What makes an airplane fly, how do we control the airplane and the rigging processes. The practical training will be rigging of aircraft flight controls. Module 17: Fuel systems - Fuel tanks, fuel feed, cross feed, fuelling and de-fuelling, fuel quantity, fuel jettison, fuel contamination, fuel tank entry. The practical training will be on available aircraft. Module 18: Hydraulic power -theory of operation and circuits, systems, hydraulic fluids, pumps, auxiliary pressure generation, system components, indication and warning and maintenance. The practical training will be on available aircraft hydraulics systems which includes the removal and installation of components. Module 19: Miscellaneous systems (Theory) - ice and rain (ice formation, detection, anti-icing, de-icing, engine anti-icing, windshield ice protection, probes and drains eating, potable water and waste heating system), Oxygen (need for oxygen, crew oxygen, passenger oxygen, safety and maintenance) Water and Waste (potable water systems, waste water systems and toilet systems). Module 20: Gas turbine engines - Fundamentals, performance, inlet, compressors, combustion section, turbine section, bearing and seals, lubrication, lubrication systems, fuel systems, air systems, starting and ignition systems, engine indicating, power augmentation systems, turbo prop systems, turbo shaft, auxiliary power units, power plant installations, fire protection services, engine monitoring and engine storage. The practical training will be on available gas turbines or auxiliary power units
8 .Module 21: Piston engines - fundamentals, performance, construction, fuel feed, starting and ignition, induction and exhaust, supercharge, lubricating and fuels, lubrication systems, engine indicating, power plant installation, engine monitoring. The practical training will be on Volkswagen air cooled engines; stripping, reassembly en measuring of engines. Module 22: Propellers - fundamentals, construction, pitch control, synchronising of propeller Ice protection, storage and preservation. The practical training will be on available propellers which includes static balancing of the propellers. Phase 2: The students who have successfully completed Phase 1, will advance to Phase 2 where they will spend approximately 18 months at Aircraft Maintenance Organisations. Here they will enhance their practical skills and knowledge. ITC will arrange this practical to be done at Global Aircraft Maintenance, Springbok Flying Services and Jetworx. Before entering the practical environment, we will present and Induction course on the SACAA regulations, as well as the company s rules and regulations. They will also undergo a theoretical general familiarization course on one of the types of aircraft they will be working on. During this practical period the student will have to keep a log book indicating all the tasks that he has successfully completed. This will also force him to work on all the systems of the aircraft and ITC will conducting frequent evaluations on the students.
9 Phase 3: Final competency test The students will have to complete a 2 week trade revision course where all their knowledge will be enhanced to ensure that they are prepared for the trade test. The duration of this test is 2 days. If found to be competent at the end of this test, the student will qualify as a Aircraft Technician, without a type rating. Qualified technician The student must complete at least 2 years of experience on a specific type of aircraft and successfully completed a maintenance course to apply for a license on that aircraft.
10 2014 Prices Application & Uniform fee: R2 400 First year tuition: R3 000 per month for 12 months Second year tuition: R3 000 per month for 12 months Toolbox: R4 500 Discount available for once-off payments
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