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EWIS - ELECTRICAL WIRING INTERCONNECTION SYSTEM INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR

EDITIONS
  • Edition - E-LEARNING:   
  • Regulation on the Aircraft Maintenance establishes that all personnel must be aware that aircraft EWIS affected by the regulation must be maintained with the same level of rigour than any other system on the plane.
  • The objective of this training program is to ensure that EWIS affected personnel using the procedures, techniques and methods appropriate, when performing preventive maintenance, inspection, alteration, or cleaning the electrical wiring system of an aircraft (EWIS).
  • Our training is a web-based solution for maintenance personnel aimed to meet the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and other Authorities. Its content is based on EASA AMC 20-22 and FAA AC 120-94.
  • The course is available in several levels, depending on the persons to whom it is addressed, as stated in AMC 20-22. This program can be used to establish the minimum requirements for initial training and recurrent training (see training matrix).

EWIS target groups 1 & 2 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 1 : Qualified staff performing EWIS maintenance
  • GROUP 2: Qualified staff performing EWIS maintenance inspections.

EWIS target groups 1 & 2 Refresher VIEW COURSE .

EWIS target group 3 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 3 : Qualified staff performing electrical/avionics engineering on in-service aircraft.

EWIS target group 4 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 4: Qualified staff performing general maintenance and/or inspections not involving wire maintenance (an LRU change is not considered wire maintenance

EWIS target group 5 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 5: Qualified staff performing other engineering or planning work on in-service aircraft.

EWIS target group 6 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 6: Other service staff with duties in proximity to EWIS i.e 'staff members' are personnel whose duties would bring them into contact / view of aircraft wiring systems. This would include but not be limited to: aircraft cleaners, cargo loaders, fuelers, lavatory servicing personnel, de-icing personnel, and push back personnel.

EWIS target groups 7 & 8

  • GROUPS 7 & 8 Flight deck crew e.g. pilots and flight engineers.

Regulación aplicable:

  • EASA Regulation Applicable Sections (OPS-1, Part M, Part 145)
  • Applicable Guide Material (AMC 20-22 and AMC 20-23)
  • Regulation on the Aircraft Maintenance establishes that all personnel must be aware that aircraft EWIS affected by the regulation must be maintained with the same level of rigour than any other system on the plane.
  • The objective of this training program is to ensure that EWIS affected personnel using the procedures, techniques and methods appropriate, when performing preventive maintenance, inspection, alteration, or cleaning the electrical wiring system of an aircraft (EWIS).
  • Our training is a web-based solution for maintenance personnel aimed to meet the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and other Authorities. Its content is based on EASA AMC 20-22 and FAA AC 120-94.
  • The course is available in several levels, depending on the persons to whom it is addressed, as stated in AMC 20-22. This program can be used to establish the minimum requirements for initial training and recurrent training (see training matrix).

EWIS target groups 1 & 2 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 1 : Qualified staff performing EWIS maintenance
  • GROUP 2: Qualified staff performing EWIS maintenance inspections.

EWIS target groups 1 & 2 Refresher VIEW COURSE .

EWIS target group 3 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 3 : Qualified staff performing electrical/avionics engineering on in-service aircraft.

EWIS target group 4 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 4: Qualified staff performing general maintenance and/or inspections not involving wire maintenance (an LRU change is not considered wire maintenance

EWIS target group 5 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 5: Qualified staff performing other engineering or planning work on in-service aircraft.

EWIS target group 6 VIEW COURSE .

  • GROUP 6: Other service staff with duties in proximity to EWIS i.e 'staff members' are personnel whose duties would bring them into contact / view of aircraft wiring systems. This would include but not be limited to: aircraft cleaners, cargo loaders, fuelers, lavatory servicing personnel, de-icing personnel, and push back personnel.

EWIS target groups 7 & 8

  • GROUPS 7 & 8 Flight deck crew e.g. pilots and flight engineers.

Regulación aplicable:

  • EASA Regulation Applicable Sections (OPS-1, Part M, Part 145)
  • Applicable Guide Material (AMC 20-22 and AMC 20-23)
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