GLOBALJET’s E-Learning consists of self-paced courses. Unlike our instructor-led virtual education (L.I.V.E.) or our popular On-Location training programs, E-learning allows you to determine the speed and time that your training will be accomplished. To learn more about L.I.V.E. training, click (HERE) or to learn more about On-Location training, click (HERE). To continue with E-Learning, make a selection below.



    Available courses

    Course enrollment is no longer available for this course.
    Course Details:
    Cost: $100.00 (USD)
    Estimated Course Length: 2 hour(s)
    IA Credit Hours: 2

    NOTE: 
    • Upon enrollment you will have 8 days to complete the course.
    • Windows or Mac Operating System with Google Chrome or Safari Browser is supported.
    • Now works with iPad 9.7 inch or above with Google Chrome Browser is supported. Limited support in Safari Browser.
    • This course will expire on January 4th, 2021. It will be replaced by MMEL 2021 on January 5th, 2021.

    The MMEL course provides the participant with the skills necessary to read and interpret a Master Minimum Equipment list, accurately identifying and interpreting basic MMEL symbols and category labels, so that you can make determinations regarding the airworthiness of an aircraft with nonfunctional equipment. This course offers the opportunity to explore an MMEL document through hands-on examples and real-life scenarios. Participants will learn how to determine the appropriate actions to take in order to prepare an aircraft for flight with permissible inoperative equipment.

    • The course consists of 3 lessons and a final exam.
    • In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exam must be passed with a score of at least 75%.
    Objectives:
    • Identify, define, and describe Master Minimum Equipment List terms
    • Describe how MMELs are created and formatted, as well as where to obtain them
    • Identify the relationship between an MMEL and an MEL
    • Establish the repair timeframe for non-functioning equipment listed within an MMEL
    • Cross-reference sections of an MMEL document to find appropriate procedure-determining information
    • Identify the types of equipment not listed in an MMEL
    Course enrollment is no longer available for this course.  Please refer to AE1, AE2, or AE3.

    Course Details:
    Cost: $150.00 (USD)
    Estimated Course Length: 4 hour(s)
    IA Credit Hours: 4

    NOTE: 
    • Upon enrollment you will have 16 days to complete the course.
    • Windows or Mac Operating System with Google Chrome or Safari Browser is supported.
    • Now works with iPad 9.7 inch or above with Google Chrome Browser is supported. Limited support in Safari Browser.
    • This course will expire on January 4th, 2021. It will be replaced by FAR 91.411/91.413 (RVSM) 2021 on January 5th, 2021.

    The FAR 91.411/91.413 (RVSM) course provides the participant with the knowledge necessary to understand RVSM by identifying and describing what RVSM is, and why we use it. Participants will also gain familiarity with the aircraft requirements and the effect RVSM has on the aircraft type certificate, as well as testing and training requirements. Emphasis is placed on the flight deck, air data and air traffic control systems, and regulations, including Chapter 5 and MMEL. The course also covers maintenance training requirements and practices.

    • The course consists of 5 lessons and a final exam.
    • In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exam must be passed with a score of at least 75%.
    Objectives:
    • Describe FAR 91.411/91.413 (RVSM), including the effect it has on the aircraft's type certificate
    • Understand the regulations, training requirements, and maintenance practices related to FAR 91.411/91.413 (RVSM)
    • Identify the components and system requirements required for an aircraft to be FAR 91.411/91.413 (RVSM) approved
    • Locate information in an MMEL, 91.411, and Appendix E and apply the information found there to the system and testing requirements for FAR 91.411/91.413 (RVSM)
    • Apply his/her knowledge of the FAR 91.411/91.413 (RVSM) requirements to complete the maintenance manual/log and other required forms
    Course Details:
    Cost: $150.00 (USD)
    Estimated Course Length: 4 hour(s)
    IA Credit Hours: 4

    NOTE: 
    • Upon enrollment you will have 16 days to complete the course.
    • Windows Operating System with Google Chrome, Firefox, or Edge Browsers are supported.
    • Mac Operating System with Google Chrome or Firefox Browsers are supported.
    • This course will expire on January 4th, 2021. It will be replaced by Human Factors 2021 on January 5th, 2021. 

    The Human Factors course focuses on the human side of human-machine or human-system interactions in aircraft maintenance in order to develop ways to prevent or reduce the occurrence and consequences of human error in aviation. Participants will gain familiarity with the “Dirty Dozen” – twelve contributing factors that influence effective and safe job performance – as well as strategies to combat their effects. A combination of video and narration guide participants through four lessons based on real-life scenarios and including practical exercises that offer tools for preventing maintenance errors.

    • The course consists of 4 lessons and a final exam.
    • In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exam must be passed with a score of at least 75%.
    Objectives:
    • Identify the human aspects of aircraft maintenance
    • Describe the human factors known as the “Dirty Dozen” and their effect on job performance and safety
    • Understand how personal performance can affect the entire aviation system
    • Develop strategies for preventing maintenance errors.