Embraer 170 or 190 B1/B2 Theory & Practical
This course is designed for individuals with at least a Part 66 B1 and/or B2 license. The content of this course complies with the relevant EASA Part 147 provisions. The practical training extends to individual components, assembled units, MDS and avionics BIT procedures, and will take place within an EASA Part 145 environment.
The theoretical part of this course takes 22 training days, the practical part of this course takes 10 training days.
Location & On-Site Training
Unless otherwise specified, the course is provided at the facilities of Horizon Swiss Flight Academy in Kloten, Switzerland for the theoretical part. The practical part will be conducted at the maintenance facility of Helvetic Airways at Zürich International Airport.
Upon request, a course can be provided as well at the customers location. Acceptable training rooms and infrastructure must be provided by the customer for the theoretical part, and access to aircraft, maintenance facilities and tooling for the instructor and all trainees for the practical part of the course.
We offer complete courses for organizations or individual enrolments on existing courses. We also offer customized courses for organizations tailored to your needs. Course locations and customizations can have an influence on the course prices. Please contact us directly for your specific course offer.
After completion of the Maintenance Type Training Course Embraer 170 or 190 B1/B2 Theory & Practical, the participants will be able to conduct the following tasks in an independent manner:
recall the safety precautions
provide detailed description of the system, structure, powerplant and their interrelationship
use, interpret and apply the appropriate documentation incl. SRM, TSM etc.
identify special tooling and test equipment
identify the location of principal components
correlate information from various sources for troubleshooting to maintenance manual level
describe the procedures for servicing
describe typical functional checks per AMM (practical training)
describe removal/installation procedures unique to aircraft type
This requires understanding and access to valid technical documentation, such as the Maintenance Manual, System Schematics Manual, Wiring Manual, Illustrated Parts Catalogue and the necessary tool and equipment. Examinations will be administered throughout the course. Passing grade is 75%. After successful completion a Certificate of Recognition will be issued.
Additional Course Information
A maximum of 18 participants for the theoretical part of this course will be allowed. The practical modules will be limited to 6 participants per module.
- Training Material
The manuals and training materials will be provided in electronic format only. The candidates are required to bring suitable computer hardware in order to access the training material. The computer hardware should ideally be a laptop, or tablet computer, with USB ports for access and wifi capable. We recommend a minimum screen size of 15”.
Examinations will be administered throughout the course. Passing grade is 75%. After successful completion a Certificate of Recognition will be issued.
- Course Language
The course and all training material is in English language.