Small and large aircraft maintenance training standard

Theoretical Curriculum Requirements of STD 566 - Appendix C

This guidance material is designed to provide an overview of the theoretical training objectives required by STD 566 - Appendix C; and may be used when reviewing documentation in support of the basic training requirements of 566.03(4)(b) and 566.07(2). Personnel reviewing basic training documentation may indicate the number of hours associated with each training area in the column provided (HOURS).

Applicant Name: File No: 5802-
Item STD 566 - Appendix C Part 2 Curriculum area Hours STD 566 - Appendix C, Part 2 - examples of Theoretical Training Objectives
1.0 General
  • Identify the different classes of fires and suitable extinguishers
2.0 Hand Tools and Precision Instruments
  • Tasks utilizing the proper selection and use of hand and power tools.
3.0 Metallurgy
  • corrosion, NDT; inspection processes
4.0 Aircraft servicing
  • Servicing systems; ground support equipment; storage/grooming
5.0 Approved parts
  • hardware; MIL, NAS standards; traceability, requisitioning, quarantine and bonded stores.
6.0 Aerodynamics
Fixed wing aircraft Aerodynamics
  • theory of flight, speed of sound, aerodynamic loads, and high speed flight
Rotary wing aircraft
  • theory of flight, coriolis effect, auto-rotational characteristics
Fixed wing controls and rigging
  • Mechanical/servo powered flight control system/components; Cables, fittings, Incidence, symmetry checks and adjustments
Rotary wing controls and rigging
  • drive train; gear installation, bearings and seals; flight control systems/rigging; Vibration; Landing gear systems; Rotor tracking/balancing; Inspection requirements;
7.0 Sheet metal
  • structural/non-structural repair; special fasteners; scratch inspection; sealant.
8.0 Aircraft Structures
  • Structural members; floats, hulls, skis, stabilizers, wings, engine mounts, cowlings and fuselages; sheet metal, composite, fabric, wood; inspection, repairs
9.0 Plastics & Composites
  • Reinforcement fibers, matrix materials, core materials, composite safety, Inspection, damage assessment and repair
10.0 Windows & Lenses
  • inspection, repair, servicing and installation, damage assessment, handling and storage
11.0 Piston Engines
Basics
  • energy, work and horsepower; two stroke & Otto cycle
Cooling & Lubrication of Engines
  • engine cooling; lubricating oil; Lubrication systems
Component parts of a Reciprocating Engine Assembly
  • crankshaft, connecting rods, bearings, pistons, cylinders, accessory/ propeller gearing, valves and valve train, crankcase
Carburetion Principles
  • fuel and fuel/air metering systems; Carburetion, Induction system; turbocharger control systems.
Ignition Systems
  • engine ignition systems.
Installing, Testing, Troubleshooting Engines
  • Run-in procedures; testing and troubleshooting; engine inhibiting.
12.0 Turbine Engines
Basics
  • operation; thrust/torque; noise suppression; turboshaft/prop/jet/fan engines; engine systems (fuel, lubrication, ignition, air, exhaust)
Fuel & Control
  • electronic & hydro-mechanical control, pneumatic control, governors, manifolds and nozzles, heaters, filters, system indication, flow pressure and temperature
Ignition
  • low tension (glow plugs), high tension (capacitive discharge), auto re-light.
Starting
  • components; air turbine/electrical starters (motor and starter-generator); Inspection, servicing
Engine Controls
  • Rigging; Adjustments of fuel controls; FADEC systems
Lubrication
  • sump/scavenge/pressure pumps, oil filters, bearings, seals, pressure regulator, separators, coolers, jets; Contamination monitoring system; chip detectors, filters
Exhaust
  • thrust reverse,/vectoring systems
Air
  • anti-ice/de-ice, bleed valves/air, case cooling/heating, control air, temperature and pressure regulation, filters
Engine Indicating Systems
  • speed/temperature/pressure indication, flow metering, fault detection, oil quantity/power/engine pressure ratio/torque/vibration indication/built in test equipment (BITE) systems
Gear Box
  • accessories; accessory drives, gear reduction systems, fault detection, chip detectors, filter attachment, torque measurement system, gear types
Engine Water Injection
  • water methanol injection systems.
Inspection/Servicing
  • Handling/safety precautions; trend monitoring, power checks; vibration analysis; engine start and shut down procedure; compressor wash; ground running
13.0 Propellers & Systems
  • fixed/controllable pitch, constant speed; governors, synchronizers, feathering/ unfeathering/auto feather; reversing, indication: speed/torque sensing, blade angle; installation, maintenance, disassembly/reassembly
14.0 Hydraulic & Pneumatic Power
  • Safety precautions; high pressure bottles/accumulators; fluid and system components; multiple and integrated systems; maintenance.
15.0 Pneumatics
  • operation, components, maintenance and servicing: temperature regulation, pressure control, flow control, sources and common applications
16.0 Aircraft Plumbing
  • standard fittings and hardware identification systems.
17.0 Landing Gear
  • assemblies;retracion/anti-retraction; hydraulic/mechanical, emergency extension systems; Anti-skid systems; automatic/emergency braking systems; indicating systems; Mechanical and powered steering systems; air ground sensing systems.
18.0 Environmental Control Systems
  • cabin pressure, pressurization, satey percautions, functional testing; heating, cooling, ventilation systems, oxygen systems
19.0 Fuel
  • types, properties and additives; system configurations and component functions
20.0 Ice and Rain Protection
  • ice detection systems; Anti-ice and de-ice systems; Rain repellent systems.
21.0 Emergency Systems
  • emergency lighting systems; ELTs - Underwater Locating Devices (ULDs); inspecting, installing, testing; Flotation device types, inspection and servicing; Emergency breathing apparatus.
21.1 Fire Protection
  • fire detection, suppression, extinguishing systems and safety precautions including installed and portable.
22.0 Electricity & Electrical/ Electronic Systems
Basic Electricity DC
  • Magnetism/electromagnetism, induction, voltage, current, resistance; circuits, switches, relays, fuses, circuit breakers; capacitors, capacitance, diodes, transistors; DC motors and generators
Basic Electricity AC
  • current, capacitors, alternators; multimeters and oscilloscopes; inductors, inductance; transformers, capacitance; reactance, impedance, Resonant circuits; Voltage regulation, Inverters; Power conversion methods
Electrical Systems
  • symbols; circuits (control/protection): indication, monitoring, lighting; batteries; generators; alternators; constant speed drives, inverters; motors; synchros; test equipment, Wiring practices; Light & large electrical power distribution systems (single/multi engine).
Aircraft Instrumentation
  • VSI; vacuum pump system; Electrical flight, indicating instruments; installation/ marking, Testing; pitot/static instruments; Altimeters, Airspeed indicators, Air data computers (ADC); gyro instruments; navigation
Avionics
  • antennas; transmitters, receivers; Digital, HF, VHF; Selcal, Interphone systems (flight / service / passenger entertainment); ELTs; Satellite communication; Flight Management, internal/radio navigation; DF, VOR, ILS, GPS, DME, ATC transponder, WX radar, radio altimeters, TCAS, GPWS; Video displays, EFIS, EICAS, FDR, CVR; installation practices, maintenance inspections, troubleshooting
Data Bus & Logic
  • analog/digital systems; digital data display; computer operations/functions; Aircraft digital, Air Data Computer, Flight Management, Thrust Management Systems; Systems testing and troubleshooting, Safety procedures.
Auto Flight Systems
  • single and multiaxis autopilot, yaw damper, flight director systems; speed command, stability augmentation systems, auto throttle, thrust management, VNAV
23.0 Maintenance Procedures
  • Inspection and maintenance requirements - private and commercial aircraft
  • inspections: periodic, annual, progressive, approved maintenance schedules,
  • Weight and balance: jacking, leveling, weighing, installed equipment list
Transport Canada review results:
Acceptable for structured training.
Additional training required - for example .
TC CASI/Officer (name / stamp) _______ Office: _______ Date:______

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