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AVIONICS ESSENTIALS
Avionics Essentials
Avionics Essentials for A&Ps - Part I

FAA-accepted 40-hour course of instruction on fundamental, core principles of avionics. This course covers analog and digital avionics systems included in ATA 23 (Communications) and ATA 34 (Navigation).

The Avionics Essentials Training Part I course is highly recommended for all Line Maintenance Technicians and any aircraft personnel requiring a general but thorough understanding of avionics systems.

The instructor uses Logic Flow Diagrams to simplify understanding of every system. On completion of this course, a technician will be able to communicate effectively with pilots and avionics shops, troubleshoot a problem to the component level with a high level of confidence, and restore standard aircraft integrated systems to airworthiness.

This highly interactive course allows students to team solve operational and functional exercises. This teaching technique ensures a higher level of understanding and information retention. It is an ATA Level III course.

Avionics Essentials for A&Ps - Part II

This 40-hour course in avionics is the second of a two-part series covering the core principles of avionics and beyond.

The Avionics Essentials Training Part II course builds upon the material covered in our Part I course. The Line Maintenance Technicians and related personnel further supplement their understanding with more complex avionics systems topics and knowledge. The course covers analog and digital avionics systems included in ATA 22 AFCS, ATA 31 Indicating/Recording and ATA 45 Maintenance Diagnostic.

Through the use of Logic Flow Diagrams, the technician will gain a better understanding of every system. Upon completion of both parts of this course, a technician will be able to effectively communicate with pilots and avionics shops, troubleshoot a problem to the component level with a high level of confidence, and restore standard aircraft integrated systems to airworthiness.

As this course series is very interactive, students will use a team-solve approach to operational and functional exercises to ensure a higher level of understanding and information retention. As with Part I, this is an ATA Level III course.