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Maintenance Updates

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Maintenance Updates

Rolls-Royce BR725 Line and Base Course Offered

BR725_Rolls_Royce_engineFlightSafety International is pleased to announce the Rolls-Royce BR725 engine line and base maintenance course. The BR725 is the sole engine powering the flagship Gulfstream G650 aircraft.

The line and base course provides maintenance technicians with a comprehensive description of the BR725 engine, systems and line-replaceable units. This five-day course provides an introduction to basic engine troubleshooting and includes hands-on practical training with the actual BR725 engine. The next BR725 engine course will be offered at the Savannah Learning Center beginning June 13. Additional courses will be held Aug. 22 and Dec. 5.

Gulfstream PlaneView Avionics Advanced Troubleshooting Available
The PlaneView avionics advanced troubleshooting course is now available at the Savannah Learning Center. Technicians can view system malfunctions in a real-time cockpit environment based on real-world scenarios. The simulation includes all cockpit indications, diagnostic tools and maintenance publications that would normally be available if the technician were troubleshooting the actual aircraft.

Functional application includes a practical element that requires the technician to repair certain components in the avionics lab.

This course represents the final step in attaining the PlaneView Avionics Master Tech. Once you’ve earned a Master Technician certificate, you can continue to expand both your skill set and career possibilities with additional Master Technician certificates. Additional certificates typically require fewer courses then the initial certificate, acknowledging the training you’ve already completed.

Schedule your next course beginning Aug. 8. An additional course begins Oct. 10.

For more information or to schedule a class, please contact Jennifer Manning at the Savannah Learning Center. Call 912.790.6828 or email Jennifer.Manning@flightsafety.com.

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