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Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. Consideration of aircraft operations, including inspection, maintenance, and repair procedures is crucial in the development and application of new materials and structures. This part of the committee's report focuses on the operation and monitoring of materials and structures in a service environment. Chapter 7 , "Aircraft Maintenance and Repair," describes the issues related to maintenance of commercial transport aircraft.
The skills and knowledge covered by the units of competency listed in the Aeroskills Training Package for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Avionics or Mechanical as applicable at Certificate IV are pre-requisite to the attainment of the elements of competency specified in this unit. Elements describe the essential outcomes of a unit of competency. Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element. Where bold italicised text is used, further information is detailed in the required skills and knowledge section and the range statement.
Assessment of performance is to be consistent with the evidence guide. Available information from flight crew, such as flight phase, aircraft configuration, and so on, maintenance documentation both current and previous history, is used as necessary, to assist in fault determination.
Information gained from Central Maintenance Systems is verified against physical integrity and correct operation, where applicable. Logical processes including the application of basic principles and system knowledge and known facts are used to augment maintenance manual fault diagnosis guides to ensure efficient and accurate troubleshooting. Faults are located and the causes of the defects are clearly identified and correctly recorded in maintenance documentation including any other systems disturbed, where required.
Defect rectification requirements are determined and the necessary repair action initiated once verification and isolation of the defect are confirmed. Defect is rectified in accordance with approved maintenance data. All systems disturbed or accessed during troubleshooting are restored as applicable using maintenance manuals, repair schemes or approved maintenance data.
All check s required by approved maintenance data to ensure correct operation of all disturbed systems are performed. Required skills. Required knowledge. The Evidence Guide provides advice on assessment and must be read in conjunction with the performance criteria, required skills and knowledge, range statement and the Assessment Guidelines for the Training Package.
Overview of assessment. A person who demonstrates competency in this unit must be able to diagnose a range of system faults that are beyond the bounds of maintenance manual fault diagnosis guides while observing all relevant safety precautions. Critical aspects for assessment and evidence required to demonstrate competency in this unit.
It is essential that system testing procedures, cleanliness requirements and safety precautions applicable to the system being maintained are fully observed, understood and complied with. Ability to interpret inspection procedures and specifications allowable limits and apply them in practice is critical, as is the demonstrated ability to apply fundamental system theory in the logical diagnosis of complex faults. Evidence of transferability of skills and knowledge related to performance and supervision of inspection, testing and troubleshooting is essential.
The fault rectification work plan should take account of applicable safety including safe handling of heavy components and quality requirements in accordance with the industry and regulatory standards. A person cannot be assessed as competent until it can be demonstrated to the satisfaction of the workplace assessor that the relevant elements of the Unit of Competency are being achieved under supervision without intervention and the ability has been demonstrated to identify the causes of defects not covered fully by maintenance manual fault diagnosis guides.
Competency shall be assessed via simulated activities at the CASR Part Maintenance Training Organisation and through performance during observed workplace activities. Context of and specific resources for assessment. Competency is assessed in the workplace or simulated workplace and shall involve successfully dealing with a number of maintenance and fault scenarios across a range of avionic systems listed as Groups 1 to 5 in the Range Statement and related system components.
Method of assessment. Guidance information for assessment. The range statement relates to the unit of competency as a whole. It allows for different work environments and situations that may affect performance.
Bold italicised wording, if used in the performance criteria, is detailed below. Essential operating conditions that may be present with training and assessment depending on the work situation, needs of the candidate, accessibility of the item, and local industry and regional contexts may also be included.
Range statements listed below are numbered to facilitate specification of the assessment requirements included in the Evidence Guide. Systems and related components. Troubleshooting must be demonstrated across a range of typical systems and system components that includes, but is not limited to:.
Procedures and requirements. Refer to industry standard procedures specified by manufacturers, regulatory authorities or the enterprise. Applications include fixed and rotary wing aircraft.
This unit contains employability skills. Verify the defect. Available information from flight crew, such as flight phase, aircraft configuration, and so on, maintenance documentation both current and previous history, is used as necessary, to assist in fault determination 1.
Information gained from Central Maintenance Systems is verified against physical integrity and correct operation, where applicable 1. Isolate the defect. Determine defect rectification requirements. Verify defect rectification. Defect is rectified in accordance with approved maintenance data 4.
All systems disturbed or accessed during troubleshooting are restored as applicable using maintenance manuals, repair schemes or approved maintenance data 4. Systems and related components to be covered include: 1. Electrical systems 2. Electronic systems 3. Instrument systems 4. Radio communication and navigation systems 5. Autoflight systems. Troubleshooting, for the purpose of this unit, is defined as: the troubleshooting from first principles, of defects beyond available maintenance data in the systems of fixed or rotary wing aircraft types Troubleshooting must be demonstrated across a range of typical systems and system components that includes, but is not limited to: airframes, engine s and other systems and parts thereof operated by inherently electrical, electronic, instrument or radio principles or means.
Coverage is not required of specific type systems that are included in type training and PCT activities leading to a specific type licence rating. Application of this unit may relate to: scheduled or unscheduled maintenance activities individual activities or troubleshooting tasks performed during the supervision of other personnel.
Headline : Focused, versatile, and dependable professional transitioning service member with over of experience. Effectively providing customer support and training to challenging and diverse teams. Summary : Results-oriented, military professional seeking a civilian position with demonstrated success in telecommunication support, electronics troubleshooting and repair, and equipment maintenance. Headline : Operations Manager and Military Veteran with an active Secret Security Clearance and 11 years of proven experience in development and managing teams and outcomes. Summary : Implementations of both aircraft and subsystem programs.
Summary : More than 8 years military experience testing, troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair of computer controlled avionics systems. Thorough knowledge of schematics, technical manuals, logistics, and parts procurement. Experience encompassing electronics from assembly to component level. Summary : Maintenance Technician with nine years of experience in the troubleshooting, repair, and operation of highly complex electronics equipment. Comfortable in fast-paced, high-stress environments requiring attention to detail, ability to meet stringent deadlines, and quick adaptation to constantly changing priorities. Objective : Military professional experienced in calibration and repair of aviation electronics, team management, administrative accountability, and supply management. Continuously commended on superb customer service skills and desire to achieve goals.
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The skills and knowledge covered by the units of competency listed in the Aeroskills Training Package for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Avionics or Mechanical as applicable at Certificate IV are pre-requisite to the attainment of the elements of competency specified in this unit. Elements describe the essential outcomes of a unit of competency. Performance criteria describe the performance needed to demonstrate achievement of the element.
Avionics Training : Systems, Installation, and Troubleshooting. Len Buckwalter. As electronics spread through every type of aircraft, there is a rising need for technicians who understand "systems," not circuits. Such knowledge is required to identify faulty units aboard the airplane, often during a quick turn time on the ramp. The book explains systems in simple terms, with over full-color photos and drawings. The book assumes no knowledge of electronics, containing neither formulas nor schematics.
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