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ROTO 119 - Bell 204/205 Series Airframes

This field maintenance course is intended to meet industry's needs for qualified helicopter maintenance engineers to maintain and certify the Bell 204/205 Airframe. Most government and industry requirements for recurrent training are also met when attending this course.

 

Hours: 60 (Lecture Hours: 36; Shop/Teaching Kitchen: 24)

 

Total Weeks: 2

 

Prerequisites:

An Aircraft Maintenance Engineering license or graduation from an acceptable Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course.

 

Non-Course Prerequisites:

None

 

Co-Requisites:

None

 

Course Content:
- Locate and interpret the information and instructions found in the various maintenance and repair manuals published by the manufacturer and manufactures vendors;
- Select and adapt methods of effective maintenance management;
- Identify and recognize routine maintenance and inspection requirements of this helicopter;
- Repair and maintain the airframe and various airframe systems of this helicopter i.e. Fuel system, rotor system, etc.;
- Maintain and repair the power plants and their related systems (Lycoming T53 engine);
- Use the Chadwick Helmunt Strobex equipment for vibration analysis and rectification;
- Organize and use effective trouble shooting procedures;
- Promote safety by re-enforcing professional attitudes;

- Develop an overall sense of confidence in the students, with respect to their ability to maintain this type of helicopter

 

Learning Outcomes:
- To locate and interpret the information and instructions found in the various maintenance and repair manuals published by the manufacturer and manufacturer's vendors;
-To select and adapt methods of effective maintenance management;
- To identify and recognize routine maintenance and inspection requirements of this helicopter;
- To maintain and repair the airframe and various airframe systems of this helicopter e.g. fuel system, rotor systems, etc.;
- To install and rig the various power plants and their related systems (the Arriel 1, Allison 250, and Lycoming engines);
- To use the Chadwick Helmuth Strobex equipment for vibration analysis and rectification;
- To organize and use effective trouble shooting procedures;
- To promote safety by re-enforcing professional attitudes;
Goal is to:

- develop an overall sense of confidence in the students, with respect to their ability to maintain this type of helicopter

 

Grading System: Percentage

 

Passing Grade: 70%

 

Percentage of Individual Work: 100

 

Text Books:
Textbooks are subject to change.  Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.
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