Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems (EWIS)   

Our Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS) fulfills the requirements laid down in AMC 20-22 EWIS Training Programme. This course is separated into different target groups and has utilised information, images, processes, sequences and procedures from differing aircraft types. Listed below are the available target groups:

Target Groups 1 and 2:

This course is for qualified staff performing EWIS maintenance. These staff members are personnel who perform wiring systems maintenance, and their training is based on their job description and the work being done by them.

Target Groups 4 and 5:

This course is for Category B1 engineers with limitations 1 & 9 NOT authorised to carry out EWIS inspections, Category A engineers, unlicensed Mechanics and those authorised to design structural/mechanical & system installations and plan maintenance tasks.

Target Group 6:

This course is for Support Staff who would  be likely to come into contact/view with aircraft electrical systems. For example aircraft cleaners, cargo loaders, etc.

Target Groups 7 and 8:

This course is for Flight and Cabin crew. It is also applicable for Flight Engineers.

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Fuel Tank Safety (Phase 2)

EASA Decisions 2009/006/R and 2009/007/R issued in March 2009 amended existing Acceptable Means of Compliance material of Part 145 to account for Fuel System Safety Issues. This course is designed to familiarise students with the elements of fuel system safety issues including its language, history and practical considerations, and to equip students in their everyday tasks to account for the challenges posed by the Fuel Tank System Safety issues, thereby ensuring the continued airworthiness of affected aircraft.

This Phase 2 course is aimed at those who are required to plan, perform, supervise, inspect and certify the maintenance of aircraft and its fuel system components.

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Human Factors (Initial Continuation)

This course will give students an introduction to Human Factors and is a mandatory requirement for all EASA Part 145 approved organisations. The course deals with the way human factors affect aircraft maintenance and flight safety. Human performance factors such as: vision, hearing, information processing and memory are discussed. Social psychology factors such as: working in teams, motivation, and peer pressure are considered. Other topics include: factors that affect one performance; the physical environment in which you are working; the tasks that have to be completed, communication and human error. The course concludes with a brief look at safety management: how to solve maintenance related problems, the management of errors in maintenance tasks, and how to recognise hazards in the workplace.

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