ROTO 120 - Allison 250 C20 Series Engines

This is an intensive five day (30 hour) course in field maintenance of Allison 250 C20 type engines. It is intended to bring the learners up to a level of knowledge and skill which will enable them to maintain this type of engine to the standards required for safe operation. Most government and industry requirements for recurrent training are also met when attending this course.


Hours: 30 (Lecture Hours: 21;  Shop/Teaching Kitchen: 9)


Total Weeks: 1




Non-Course Prerequisites:
An Aircraft Maintenance Engineering license or graduation from an acceptable Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course.





Course Content:
- Engine installation and rigging
- Engine assembly
- Lubrication system
- Air system
- Fuel
- Engine operation
- Trouble-shooting procedures
- Inspection



Learning Outcomes:
- Interpret basic turbine engine theory and its application to the Allison 250 C20 series engine;
- Locate and interpret the information and instructions found in maintenance manuals published by the Manufacturer;
- Select and adopt methods of effective maintenance;
- Identify and recognize routine servicing and inspection requirements of this engine;
- Maintain and repair the various systems of this engine e.g. fuel and oil systems;
- Organize and use effective troubleshooting procedures;
- Promote safety by reinforcing professional attitudes;
- Develop an overall sense of confidence in the students with respect to their ability to maintain this type of engine


Grading System: Percentage


Passing Grade: 70% (In order to receive a certificate for this course you must complete all of the exams with 70% or higher)


Percentage of Individual Work: 100


Textbooks are subject to change.  Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current books lists.