December – Part-147 | ALL4JETS

Maintenance Staff Training (MTO)

ALL4JETS Maintenance Training Organisation (MTO) is approved by the Polish Civil Aviation Authority for compliance with the requirements of EASA Part-147 – aircraft type training.

Under the current approval, we provide training (theoretical and practical) for the following types of aircraft:

2022 / December

General Familiarization course on aircraft type

Embraer 135/145 (Embraer Legacy 600, 650)

for category C

Theoretical training in the scope of familiarization with Embraer EMB 145 Series (Rolls-Royce AE3007A) equipment and construction, at the level required for aircraft type entry in category C to Part-66 licence, according to Part-66 Appendix III.

General Familiarization course on aircraft type

Airbus A318, A319, A320, A321

for category C

Theoretical training in the scope of familiarization with Airbus A318, A319, A320, A321 (CFM56-5, IAE V2500) equipment and construction, at the level required for aircraft type entry in category C to Part-66 licence, according to Part-66 Appendix III.

Theoretical training course on aircraft type

Embraer ERJ 170 vs 190 (differences between)

for category B1.1 & B2

Theoretical training (as a distance learning) in the scope of differences in equipment and construction of Embraer ERJ 170 (CF34-8) vs Embraer ERJ 190 (CF34-10) at the level required for aircraft type entry in category B1.1 & B2 to Part-66 licence, according to Part-66 Appendix III.

Theoretical training course on aircraft type

ATR 72-100/200 to ATR 42-400/500/72-212A (differences between)

for category B1.1 & B2

Theoretical training (as a distance learning) in the scope of of differences in equipment and construction of ATR 72-100/200 series vs ATR 42-400/500/72-212A (PWC PW120) at the level required for aircraft type entry in category B1.1 & B2 to Part-66 licence, according to Part-66 Appendix III.

Theoretical training course on aircraft type

Boeing 737 NG to Boeing 737 CL (differences between)

for category B1.1 & B2

Theoretical training (as a distance learning) in the scope of differences in equipment and construction of Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 (GE CFM56-7) vs Boeing737-300/400/500 (GE CFM56) at the level required for aircraft type entry in category B1.1 & B2 to Part-66 licence, according to Part-66 Appendix III.

E-learning

We also provide initial and refresher training courses for aircraft mechanics, technicians, other maintenance and CAMO personnel – in the current offer we have the following training available:

These training courses are available in the refresher (recurrent) version:

Selected courses are available through our Internet platform (see e-learning tab).

On customer request, we develop dedicated training courses (also on e-learning platform), complying with the requirements and needs of the particular organisation.

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