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1 AFI KLM E&M 2015 COURSE CATALOG

2 TYPE TRAINING (PART 66 AND PART 145): A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT A (10 day course)... 5 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT A (5 day course)... 6 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT B A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT B A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT C... 9 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT A (ENGINE & INTERFACES) A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT B1B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT C (ENGINE & INTERFACES) A330 ENGINE TEST RUN INITIAL (GE CF6/PW4000/RR Trent 700) A330 GEN FAM (GE CF6/PW4000/RR Trent 700) BOEING /400/500 (CFM56) ENGINE TEST RUN INITIAL BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) CAT A (10 day course) BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) CAT A (5 day course) BOEING /400/500 (CFM56) to /700/800/900 to CAT A BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM 56) CAT B BOEING /400/500 (CFM 56) TO 600/700/800/900 CAT B BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) CAT B BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) CAT C BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) ENGINE TEST RUN INITIAL BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT A (10 day course) BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT A (5 day course) BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT B BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT B BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT C BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT A (ENGINE & INTERFACES) BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT B1/B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT C (ENGINE & INTERFACES) BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000) ENGINE TEST RUN INITIAL BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) GENERAL FAMILIARISATION BOEING /300ER (GE90/PW4000/RR TRENT) CAT A (10 day course) BOEING /300ER (GE90/PW4000/RR TRENT) CAT A (5 day course) BOEING /300ER (GE90/PW4000/RR TRENT) CAT B BOEING /300ER (GE90/PW4000/RR TRENT) CAT B BOEING /300ER (GE90/PW4000/RR TRENT) CAT C BOEING /300 (GE90/PW4000/RR TRENT 800) CAT A (ENGINE & INTERFACES) BOEING /300 (GE90/PW4000/RR TRENT 800) CAT B1/B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES).. 42 BOEING /300 (GE90/PW4000/RR TRENT 800) CAT B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) BOEING /300 (GE90/PW4000/RR TRENT 800) CAT C (ENGINE & INTERFACES) BOEING /300ER (GE90) ENGINE TEST RUN INITIAL KLM Engineering & Maintenance 1

3 BOEING (GE GEnx/RR TRENT 1000) CAT A (10 day course) BOEING (GE GEnx/RR TRENT 1000) CAT A (5 day course) BOEING (GE GEnx/RR TRENT 1000) CAT B1/B2 48 BOEING (GE GEnx/RR TRENT 1000) CAT C BOEING (GE GEnx/RR TRENT 1000) CAT A (ENGINE & INTERFACES) BOEING (GE GEnx/RR TRENT 1000) CAT B1/B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES).. 51 BOEING (GE GEnx/RR TRENT 1000) CAT C (ENGINE & INTERFACES) BOEING (GE GEnx) ENGINE TEST RUN INITIAL 53 BOEING (GE GEnx/RR TRENT) GENERAL FAMILIARISATION (3 day course). 54 BOEING (GE GEnx/RR TRENT 1000) EXECUTIVE FAMILIARISATION (1 day course) MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) CAT A (10 day course) MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) CAT A (5 day course) MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) CAT B MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) CAT B MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) CAT C MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) CAT A (ENGINE & INTERFACES) MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) CAT B1B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) CAT B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) CAT C (ENGINE & INTERFACES) MD11 (GE CF6/PW4000) ENGINE TEST RUN INITIAL MD11 (GE CF6) GENERAL FAMILIARISATION KLM Engineering & Maintenance 2

4 NON-TYPE TRAINING: ETOPS GENERAL AWARENESS ETOPS BRIEFING ETOPS COURSE e-atl FOR MAINTENANCE CREW FLIGHT DECK CLEANING ENGINE FAMILIARISATION BASIC ENGINES ENGINE OVERHAUL INITIAL TRAINING CF680C2/D1F ENGINE OVERHAUL INITIAL TRAINING CFM56-7B BORESCOPE GENERAL BASIC BORESCOPING BORESCOPING WITH EVEREST/OLYMPUS EQUIPMENT FUEL TANK SAFETY PHASE EWIS BOEING AIRCRAFT (TARGET GROUPS 1 AND 2) EWIS BOEING AIRCRAFT (TARGET GROUPS 3 THROUGH 8) EWIS AIRBUS AIRCRAFT (TARGET GROUPS 1 AND 2) EWIS AIRBUS AIRCRAFT (TARGET GROUPS 3 THROUGH 8) BE AEROSPACE MINIPOD BUSINESS CLASS SEAT FAULT ISOLATION BE AEROSPACE DIAMOND BUSINESS CLASS SEAT FAULT ISOLATION SICMA ECONOMY SEAT ROTO PEENING INITIAL TRAINING THEORY/PRACTICAL AIRBUS STRUCTURAL REPAIR MANUAL COMPOSITE COMPONENTS AIRBUS STRUCTURAL REPAIR MANUAL METAL COMPONENTS BOEING STRUCTURAL REPAIR MANUAL COMPOSITE COMPONENTS BOEING STRUCTURAL REPAIR MANUAL METAL COMPONENTS BOEING STRUCTURAL REPAIR MANUAL ADVANCED COMPOSITES BASIC COURSE KLM Engineering & Maintenance 3

5 INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK KLM Engineering & Maintenance 4

6 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT A (10 day course) ID: Theory: GK1A33407 (CF6) / GK1A33408 (PW4000) / GK1A33409 (Trent 700) Practical: GK1A33457 (CF6) / GK1A33458 (PW4000) / GK1A33459 (Trent 700) Competent Authority of the Netherlands (Inspectie Leefomgeving en Transport /ILT) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Duration training days: 10 days (6 days theory, 4 days practical) Total number of training hours: 68 hours (36 hours theory, 32 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification, as specified in Part 145.A.30 (g). EASA Part 66 category A Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders. Participants Recommended maximum: 6 Recall the safety precautions. Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft. Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources. Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature. Perform the procedures for flight servicing. Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting). Locate procedures for the replacement of components.. Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 5

7 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT A (5 day course) ID: Theory: GK1A33407 (CF6) / GK1A33408 (PW4000) / GK1A33409 (Trent 700) Practical: GK1A33457 (CF6) / GK1A33458 (PW4000) / GK1A33459 (Trent 700) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Duration training days: 5 days (3 days theory, 2 days practical) Total number of training hours: 34 hours (18 hours theory, 16 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification, as specified in Part 145.A.30 (g). EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders. Participants Recommended maximum: 6 Recall the safety precautions. Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft. Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources. Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature. Perform the procedures for flight servicing. Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting). Locate procedures for the replacement of components.. Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 6

8 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT B1 ID: Theory: GK1A33207 (GE CF6)/ GK1A33208 (PW4000) / GK1A33209 (Trent 700) Practical: GK1A33307 (GE CF6)/ GK1A33308 (PW4000) / GK1A33309 (Trent 700) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Duration training days: 40 days (30 days theory, 10 days practical) Total number of training hours: 240 hours (180 hours theory, 80 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following line maintenance, including aircraft structure, power plant and mechanical and electrical systems. Also included is the replacement of avionic line replaceable units, requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability. EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions. Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft. Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources. Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature. Perform the procedures for flight servicing. Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting). Locate procedures for the replacement of components. Identify and use of appropriate documentation. Perform system, engine, component and functional checks as specified in the AMM. Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level. Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the aircraft type.. Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 7

9 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT B2 ID: Theory: GK1A33257 (GE CF6) /GK1A33258 (PW4000) / GK1A33259 (Trent 700) Practical: GK1A33357 (GE CF6) /GK1A33358 (PW4000) / GK1A33359 (Trent 700) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Duration training days: 35 days (25 days theory, 10 days practical) Total number of training hours: 230 hours (150 hours theory, 80 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following line maintenance on avionic and electric systems. EASA Part 66 category B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions. Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft. Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources. Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature. Perform the procedures for flight servicing. Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting). Locate procedures for the replacement of components. Identify and use of appropriate documentation. Perform system, engine, component and functional checks as specified in the AMM. Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level. Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the aircraft type.. Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 8

10 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT C ID: GK1A33507 (GE CF6) / GK1A33508 (PW4000) / GK1A33509 (Trent 700) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Duration training days: 5 days Total number of training hours: 30 hours This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following base maintenance. EASA Part 66 category B1 and B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders, or: holding an academic degree in a technical discipline with experience in a civil aircraft maintenance environment. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Identify safety precautions. Identify maintenance practices. Define the general layout of major systems. Locate information on engine specifications. Identify special tooling and test equipment.. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 9

11 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT A (ENGINE & INTERFACES) ID: Theory: GK1TD407 (GE CF6) /GK1TD408 (PW4000) / GK1TD409 (Trent 700) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Duration training days: 0.5 days Total number of training hours: 3 hours This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the knowledge necessary to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification, as specified in Part 145.A.30 (g). EASA Part 66 category A Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders with type rating on specific airframe. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions. Demonstrate knowledge of the engine through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and engine handling; particular access, power availability and sources. Locate the main engine components. Explain the normal function of the engine systems, including terminology and nomenclature. Perform the procedures for flight servicing. Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting). Locate procedures for the replacement of components, identifying and using the appropriate documentation.. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 10

12 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT B1/B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) ID: Theory: GK1TD607 (GE CF6) /GK1TD608 (PW4000) / GK1TD609 (Trent 700) Practical: GK1TD707 (GE CF6) /GK1TD708 (PW4000) / GK1TD709 (Trent 700) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Duration training days: 5 days (4 days theory, 1 day practical) Total number of training hours: 32 hours (24 hours theory, 8 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following line maintenance, including aircraft structure, power plant and mechanical and electrical systems. Also included is the replacement of avionic line replaceable units, requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability. EASA Part 66 category B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence / Part 145 licence holders with type rating on specific airframe. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions. Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature. Perform the procedures for flight servicing. Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting). Locate procedures for the replacement of components, identifying and using the appropriate documentation. Perform engine functional checks as specified in the AMM. Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level. Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the engine.. Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 11

13 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) ID: Theory: GK1TD607 (GE CF6) /GK1TD608 (PW4000) / GK1TD609 (Trent 700) Practical: GK1TD707 (GE CF6) /GK1TD708 (PW4000) / GK1TD709 (Trent 700) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). Duration training days: 5 days (4 days theory, 1 day practical) Total number of training hours: 32 hours (24 hours theory, 8 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff category B2. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal / installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level. EASA Part 66 category B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence / Part 145 licence holders with type rating on specific airframe. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions. Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature. Perform the procedures for flight servicing. Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting). Locate procedures for the replacement of components, identifying and using the appropriate documentation. Perform engine functional checks as specified in the AMM. Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level. Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the engine.. Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as "passed" or "not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 12

14 A330 (GE CF6/PW4000/RR TRENT 700) CAT C (ENGINE & INTERFACES) ID: Theory: GK1TD507 (GE CF6) /GK1TD508 (PW4000) / GK1TD509 (Trent 700) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 0.5 days Total number of training hours: 3 hours This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following base maintenance. EASA Part 66 category B1 and B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders, or: Holders of an academic degree in a technical discipline with experience in a civil aircraft maintenance environment. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Identify safety precautions. Identify maintenance practices. Define the general layout of major systems. Locate information on engine specifications. Identify special tooling and test equipment.. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 13

15 Engine Test Run Training EASA Part 145 A330 ENGINE TEST RUN INITIAL (GE CF6/PW4000/RR Trent 700) ID: Theory: GK1A33515 (CF6) / GK1A33500 (PW4000) / GK1A33501 (Trent 700) Practical: GK1A33615 (CF6) / GK1A33600 (PW4000) / GK1A33601 (Trent 700) Examination: GK1A33715 (CF6) / GK1A33700 (PW4000) / GK1A33701 (Trent 700) Duration training days: 3 days (1 day theory, 2 days practical) Total number of training hours: 13 hours (6 hours theory, 7 hours practical) The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to perform engine test run in accordance with the applicable procedures. Practical training will be performed in 2 flight simulator sessions. EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders. Participants Recommended maximum: 2 Perform operational tests on engines and aircraft systems. Troubleshoot engine faults. Apply normal and abnormal procedures. Complete engine calculations as required by the applicable tests. Comply with standard procedures for VHF communication with airport authorities. Apply emergency procedures. Examination Participants are assessed individually in either a Flight Simulator, or a Flight Deck Procedure Trainer environment. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 14

16 General Familiarisation Training EASA Part 145 A330 GEN FAM (GE CF6/PW4000/RR Trent 700) ID: GK1A33542 (CF6) / PW4000 and Trent 700 on request Duration training days: 3 days theory Total number of training hours: 18 hours theory The participant will acquire a general knowledge of the layout of major aircraft systems and their components. Aircraft maintenance personnel. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Define the general layout of the aircraft s major systems. Identify the location of principle components. Explain the normal functioning of systems.. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 15

17 Engine Test Run Training EASA Part 145 BOEING /400/500 (CFM56) ENGINE TEST RUN ID: Theory: GK1B35501 Practical: GK1B35601 Examination: GK1B35701 Duration training days: 3 days (1 day theory, 2 days practical) Total number of training hours: 13 hours (6 hours theory, 7 hours practical) The participant will acquire the knowledge necessary to perform engine test run in accordance with applicable procedures. Practical training will be performed in 2 flight simulator sessions. EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders. Participants Recommended maximum: 2 Perform operational tests on engines and aircraft systems. Troubleshoot engine faults. Apply normal and abnormal procedures. Complete engine calculations as required by the applicable tests. Comply with standard procedures for VHF communication with airport authorities. Apply emergency procedures. Examination Participants are assessed individually in either a Flight Simulator, or a Flight Deck Procedure Trainer environment. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request. KLM Engineering & Maintenance 16

18 BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) CAT A (10 day course) ID: GK1B39413 for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 10 days (6 days theory, 4 days practical) Total number of training hours: 62 hours (30 hours theory, 32 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification, as specified in Part 145.A.30 (g). EASA Part 66 category A Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders Participants Recommended maximum: 6 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources Identify the location of the main components Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 17

19 BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) CAT A (5 day course) ID: GK1B39463 for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 5 days (3 days theory, 2 days practical) Total number of training hours: 34 hours (18 hours theory, 16 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification, as specified in Part 145.A.30 (g). EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders Participants Recommended maximum: 6 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources Identify the location of the main components Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 18

20 Aircraft Maintenance Difference Type Training EASA Part 66 From BOEING /400/500 (CFM56) to /700/800/900 to CAT A ID: GK1B39110 for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 3 days (1 day theory, 2 days practical) Total number of training hours: 24 hours (6 hours theory, 18 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification, as specified in Part 145.A.30 (g). EASA Part 66 category A Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders with Boeing /400/500 Type Rating Participants Recommended maximum: 6 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources. Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 19

21 BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM 56) CAT B1 ID: Theory: GK1B39213 Practical: GK1B39313 for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 40 days (30 days theory, 10 days practical) Total number of training hours: 260 hours (180 hours theory, 80 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following line maintenance, including aircraft structure, power plant and mechanical and electrical systems. Also included is the replacement of avionic line replaceable units, requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability. EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components Identify and use of appropriate documentation Perform system, engine, component and functional checks as specified in the AMM Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the aircraft type Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 20

22 Aircraft Maintenance Difference Type Training EASA Part 66 From BOEING /400/500 (CFM 56) TO 600/700/800/900 CAT B1 ID: Theory: GK1B39112 Practical: GK1B39113 for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 22 days (15 days theory, 7 days practical) Total number of training hours: 146 hours (90 hours theory, 56 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix II "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following line maintenance, including aircraft structure, power plant and mechanical and electrical systems. Also included is the replacement of avionic line replaceable units, requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability. EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders with Boeing /400/500 type rating Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components Identify and use of appropriate documentation Perform system, engine, component and functional checks as specified in the AMM Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the aircraft type Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 21

23 BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) CAT B2 ID: Theory: GK1B39263 Practical: GK1B39363 for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 36 days (26 days theory, 10 days practical) Total number of training hours: 236 hours (156 hours theory, 80 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following line maintenance on avionic and electric systems. EASA Part 66 category B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing. Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components Identify and use of appropriate documentation Perform system, engine, component and functional checks as specified in the AMM Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the aircraft type Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 22

24 BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) CAT C ID: GK1B39513 for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 5 days Total number of training hours: 30 hours This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following base maintenance. EASA Part 66 category B1 and B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders, or: holding an academic degree in a technical discipline with experience in a civil aircraft maintenance environment. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Identify safety precautions. Identify maintenance practices. Define the general layout of major systems. Locate information on engine specifications Identify special tooling and test equipment Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 23

25 Engine Test Run Training EASA Part 145 BOEING /700/800/900 (CFM56) ENGINE TEST RUN ID: Theory: GK1B39502 Practical: GK1B39602 Examination: GK1B39702 Duration training days: 3 days (1 day theory, 2 days practical) Total number of training hours: 13 hours (6 hours theory, 7 hours practical) The participant will acquire the knowledge necessary to perform engine test run in accordance with applicable procedures. Practical training will be performed in 2 flight simulator sessions. EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders Participants Recommended maximum: 2 Perform operational tests on engines and aircraft systems Trouble shoot engine faults Apply normal and abnormal procedures Complete engine calculations as required by the applicable tests Comply with standard procedures for VHF communication with airport authorities Apply emergency procedures Examination Participants are assessed individually in either a Flight Simulator, or a Flight Deck Procedure Trainer environment. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 24

26 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT A (10 day course) ID: GK1B44424 (CF6) / GK1B44422 (PW4000) / GK1B44423 (RB211) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 10 days (6 days theory, 4 days practical) Total number of training hours: 68 hours (36 hours theory, 32 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification, as specified in Part 145.A.30 (g). EASA Part 66 category A Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders Participants Recommended maximum: 6 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources Identify the location of the main components Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 25

27 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT A (5 day course) ID: GK1B44474 (CF6) / GK1B44472 (PW4000) / GK1B44473 (RB211) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 5 days (3 days theory, 2 days practical) Total number of training hours: 34 hours (18 hours theory, 16 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification, as specified in Part 145.A.30 (g). EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders Participants Recommended maximum: 6 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources Identify the location of the main components Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 26

28 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT B1 ID: Theory: GK1B44224 (GE CF6) / GK4B44222 (PW4000) / GK1B44223 (RB211) Practical: GK1B44324 (GE CF6) / GK1B44322 (PW4000) / GK1B44323 (RB211) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 40 days (30 days theory, 10 days practical) Total number of training hours: 260 hours (180 hours theory, 80 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to release to service following line maintenance, including aircraft structure, power plant and mechanical and electrical systems. Also included is the replacement of avionic line replaceable units, requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability. EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources. Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components. Identify and use of appropriate documentation. Perform system, engine, component and functional checks as specified in the AMM. Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level. Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the aircraft type Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 27

29 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT B2 ID: Theory: GK1B44274 (GE CF6) / GK1B44272 (PW4000) / GK1B44273 (RB211) Practical: GK1B44374 (GE CF6) / GK1B44372 (PW4000) / GK1B44373 (RB211) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 35 days (25 days theory, 10 days practical) Total number of training hours: 230 hours (150 hours theory, 80 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following line maintenance on avionic and electric systems. EASA Part 66 category B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the main systems through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and aircraft handling; particular access, power availability and sources Identify the location of the main components. Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing. Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components Identify and use of appropriate documentation Perform system, engine, component and functional checks as specified in the AMM Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the aircraft type Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as passed or not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 28

30 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT C ID: GK1B44524 (GE CF6) / GK1B44522 (PW4000) / GK1B44523 (RB211) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 5 days Total number of training hours: 30 hours This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following base maintenance. EASA Part 66 category B1 and B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders, or: Holders of an academic degree in a technical discipline with experience in a civil aircraft maintenance environment. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Identify safety precautions. Identify maintenance practices. Define the general layout of major systems. Locate information on engine specifications Identify special tooling and test equipment Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 29

31 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT A (ENGINE & INTERFACES) ID: Theory: GK1TD424 (GE CF6) /GK1TD422 (PW4000) / GK1TD423 (RB211) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 0.5 days Total number of training hours: 3 hours This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the knowledge necessary to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification, as specified in Part 145.A.30 (g). EASA Part 66 category A Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders with type rating on specific airframe Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions Demonstrate knowledge of the engine through flight activities of the aircraft Describe system and engine handling; particular access, power availability and sources Locate the main engine components Explain the normal function of the engine systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components, identifying and using the appropriate documentation. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 30

32 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT B1/B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) ID: Theory: GK1TD624 (CF6) / GK1TD622 (PW4000) / GK1TD623 (RB211) Practical: GK1TD724 (CF6) / GK1TD722 (PW4000) / GK1TD723 (RB211) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 5 days (4 days theory, 1 day practical) Total number of training hours: 32 hours (24 hours theory, 8 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following line maintenance, including aircraft structure, power plant and mechanical and electrical systems. Also included is the replacement of avionic line replaceable units, requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability. EASA Part 66 category B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence / Part 145 licence holders with type rating on specific airframe Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions Identify the location of the main components Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components, identifying and using the appropriate documentation. Perform engine functional checks as specified in the AMM Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the engine Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as "passed" or "not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 31

33 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT B2 (ENGINE & INTERFACES) ID: Theory: GK1TD624 (CF6) / GK1TD622 (PW4000) / GK1TD623 (RB211) Practical: GK1TD724 (CF6) / GK1TD722 (PW4000) / GK1TD723 (RB211) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 5 days (4 days theory, 1 day practical) Total number of training hours: 32 hours (24 hours theory, 8 hours practical) This course is in compliance with EASA Part-66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire knowledge necessary to perform and certify maintenance tasks permitted to be carried out as certifying staff category B2. It provides detailed description, operation, component location, removal / installation, bite and troubleshooting procedures to a maintenance manual level. EASA Part 66 category B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence / Part 145 licence holders with type rating on specific airframe Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Recall the safety precautions Identify the location of the main components Explain the normal function of major systems, including terminology and nomenclature Perform the procedures for flight servicing Determine aircraft airworthiness per (M)MEL, using crew report and/or on-board reporting systems Demonstrate proficiency in the use of on-board reporting systems (minor trouble shooting) Locate procedures for the replacement of components, identifying and using the appropriate documentation. Perform engine functional checks as specified in the AMM Correlate information for the purpose of decision making, for fault diagnosis and rectification to AMM level Describe procedures for the replacement of components unique to the engine Practical assessment will be conducted and assigned as "passed" or "not passed". Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 32

34 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) CAT C (ENGINE & INTERFACES) ID: Theory: GK1TD524 (GE CF6) /GK1TD522 (PW4000) / GK1TD523 (RB211) for European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Duration training days: 0.5 days Total number of training hours: 3 hours This course is in compliance with EASA Part 66, Appendix III "Type Training and Examination Standard". The participant will acquire the necessary knowledge to issue certificates of release to service following base maintenance. EASA Part 66 category B1 and B2 Aircraft Maintenance Licence Holders, or: Holders of an academic degree in a technical discipline with experience in a civil aircraft maintenance environment. Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Identify safety precautions Identify maintenance practices Define the general layout of major systems Locate information on engine specifications Identify special tooling and test equipment Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 33

35 Engine Test Run Training EASA Part 145 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000) ENGINE TEST RUN INITIAL ID: Theory: GK1B44507 (CF6) / GK1B44508 (PW4000) Practical: GK1B44607 (CF6) / GK1B44608 (PW4000) Examination: GK1B44707 (CF6) / GK1B44708 (PW4000) Duration training days: 3 days (1 day theory, 2 days practical) Total number of training hours: 13 hours (6 hours theory, 7 hours practical) The participant will acquire the knowledge necessary to perform engine test run in accordance with applicable procedures. Practical training will be performed in 2 flight simulator sessions. EASA Part 66 category B1 Aircraft Maintenance Licence holders Participants Recommended maximum: 2 Perform operational tests on engines and aircraft systems Trouble shoot engine faults Apply normal and abnormal procedures Complete engine calculations as required by the applicable tests Comply with standard procedures for VHF communication with airport authorities Apply emergency procedures Examination Participants are assessed individually in either a Flight Simulator, or a Flight Deck Procedure Trainer environment. Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 34

36 Aircraft Maintenance Type Training EASA Part 145 BOEING (GE CF6/PW4000/RR RB211) GENERAL FAMILIARISATION ID: GK1B4461 (CF6) / PW4000 and RR RB211 on request Duration training days: 5 days theory Total number of training hours: 30 hours theory The participant will acquire a general knowledge of the layout of major aircraft systems and their components. Aircraft Maintenance personnel Participants Recommended maximum: 16 Define the general layout of systems Identify the location of principle components Explain the normal functioning of systems Amsterdam Schiphol Airport or customer location on request KLM Engineering & Maintenance 35

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