AMT School
Aviation Maintenance Training School
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WOW! $100 COURSE DISCOUNT A&P COURSE WOW!
FREE / FAA WRITTEN EXAMS TO ALL STUDENTS SCORING 100% / FREE
(OFFERED ONLY AT AMT SCHOOL FOR AMT SCHOOL STUDENTS)

Telephone Numbers: (305) 871-1233 OR (305) 439-4666
(US Military Discount Rates Available)

Located in Sunny Miami, Florida with two (2) locations
Miami International Airport (MIA) and Kendall Tamiami Airport (KTMB)

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ALL AMT SCHOOL COURSES ARE CONDUCTED AT
THE MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LOCATION
5600 N.W. 36th Street Miami, Florida 33166
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Aircraft & Engine Familiarization (FAM) Courses
General 40 Hour FAM & Systems 80 Hour FAM

(COURSE DATES AND PRICING PLEASE CALL (305) 871-1233 or (305) 439-4666)

These courses meet the Aircraft Specific Familiarization Course Requirements ATA 104. These courses are of tremendous value to all AMT's that need to add qualifications to their credentials. This course is appropriate for A&P Mechanics, Maintenance Directors, MRO's, Contractors etc. Aircraft Familiarization Courses are offered on an on-going basis. Courses are available for groups and individuals. 

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                General Familiarization Course Aircraft & Engine - ATA Level I - 40 Hours

Description:
This course will train the Aircraft Maintenance Technician in the specific systems of the aircraft, their functions and the normal operation with an initial understanding of the overall aircraft and engine.

Training Objective:
This course is designed to train the student with the overall knowledge to perform MRO Base Maintenance Tasks along with line maintenance transit and overnight checks.

Course Objective:
This course satisfies ATA 104 Level I objectives. Upon completion of the course the students will be familiarized and understand the following aircraft specific subjects (additional subjects may be added at the customers request):

Safety precautions when near and around the aircraft
FAA Airworthiness Requirements for the specific aircraft and / or engine type
Locations of principal systems and principal components for the following ATA Chapter   
  Codes:
- ATA 06 Dimensions & Areas
- ATA 21 Air Conditioning & Pressurization Systems
- ATA 24 Electrical Power
- ATA 26 Fire Protection / Detection / Extinguishing Systems
- ATA 27 Flight Controls
- ATA 28 Fuel Systems
- ATA 29 Hydraulic Systems
- ATA 30 Ice & Rain
- ATA 32 Landing Gear
- ATA 35 Crew & Cabin Oxygen Systems
- ATA 36 Pneumatic Systems
- ATA 38 Water & Waste Systems
- ATA 49 Auxiliary Power Systems
- ATA 52 Passenger & Cargo Doors
- ATA 71 Powerplant Familiarization
- ATA 72 Powerplant Sections
- ATA 73 Engine Fuel Systems
- ATA 74 Ignition Systems
- ATA 75 Engine Air Systems
- ATA 76 Engine Control Systems
- ATA 77 Engine Indicating Systems
- ATA 78 Exhaust
- ATA 79 Oil Lubrication Systems
- ATA 80 Engine Starting Systems

             General Familiarization Course Aircraft & Engine - ATA Level II - 80 Hours

Description:
This system course has been designed to train the Aircraft Maintenance Technician to achieve a complete understanding and in depth knowledge of the major aircraft systems.
The technician will identify the normal functions, recognize the abnormal indications and distinguish the faults and defects in the associated systems. Specific information and tools are utilized such as: Present Leg Fault, Existing Faults, Maintenance Messages, Snapshots and Synopsis Displays are used to troubleshoot and repair aircraft and engine defects and faults.

Training Objective:
This systems training course is designed to specifically provide an in-depth and total look at the aircraft systems in relation to their respective core components, computers, interface systems, system redundancy, sensors for flight deck indication and other aircrafts user systems for valid signals. The goal of this course if to thoroughly troubleshoot aircraft and engine system defects and faults.

Course Objective:
This Course satisfies ATA 104 Level II objectives. Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to be familiar and understand the following course objectives: 
- Observe safety precautions when near and around the aircraft and engine.
- Obtain an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the aircraft and engine system components, 
  functions, the interface with other systems, redundancy and flight deck indications.
- Location and access of the components in the systems.
- Servicing of the system core components.
- Identify normal and non normal fault indications provided by aircraft instruments and flight deck  
  displays.
- Aircraft system troubleshooting with reference to the FIm/ FRM, application of the MEL and CDL.