Course Details:
Cost: $800.00 (USD)
Estimated Length: 8 hour(s)

NOTE: 
  • Upon enrollment you will have 32 days to complete the course.
  • Only Windows Operating System with Google Chrome Browser, is supported.
  • This course will expire on December 27th, 2019. It will be replaced by Challenger 604/605 Engine & APU Run 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

Has the cost of aircraft fuel, reduction in simulator time, or just the fact that the aircraft is not available made it difficult for you to practice a normal engine run? This on-line training program combines interactive graphics of system panels and narration to guide you step by step through twelve lessons based on the Challenger 604/605 Engine & APU Run checklist. Scenarios allow you to do a normal start and shut down of the Challenger 604/605 Engine & APU. Operational checks serve as a means of keeping current on system component locations. Challenging practical exercises introduce you to three common emergency procedures that could help contribute to safe job performance. Not only does the study and practice of a normal engine run on-line save you from incidences, or serious accidents, it saves you money! So enroll today and practice an Engine Run at your own pace.

  • The course consists of 12 lessons and 3 exercises.
  • In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exercises must be passed.

NOTE:

A printable checklist for this Engine Run course is located below in Course Materials. This (PDF) file is for your convenience, but it is not required to complete the Engine & APU Run course.


Objectives:
  • Perform a Walk Around
  • Perform safety hazards check and aircraft preparation for an engine run.
  • Cockpit preparation and identification of key components
  • Pre APU/Engine Start
  • APU operations
  • APU/Engine Shut down
  • Emergency Procedure
Course Details:
Cost: $800.00 (USD)
Estimated Length: 6 hour(s)

NOTE: 
  • Upon enrollment you will have 24 days to complete the course.
  • Only Windows Operating System with Google Chrome Browser, is supported.
  • This course will expire on December 27th, 2019. It will be replaced by Citation 560 XLS Engine & APU Run 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

Has the cost of aircraft fuel, reduction in simulator time, or just the fact that the aircraft is not available made it difficult for you to practice a normal engine run? This on-line training program combines interactive graphics of system panels and narration to guide you step by step through eleven lessons based on the Citation 560 XLS Engine Run checklist. Scenarios allow you to do a normal start and shut down of the 560 XLS Engine & APU. Operational checks serve as a means of keeping current on system component locations. Challenging practical exercises introduce you to three common emergency procedures that could help contribute to safe job performance. Not only does the study and practice of a normal engine run on-line save you from incidences, or serious accidents, it saves you money! So enroll today and practice an Engine Run at your own pace.

  • The course consists of 11 lessons and 3 exercises.
  • In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exercises must be passed.

NOTE:

A printable checklist for this Engine Run course is located below in Course Materials. This (PDF) file is for your convenience, but it is not required to complete the Engine & APU Run course.

Objectives:
  • Perform a Walk Around
  • Perform safety hazards check and aircraft preparation for an engine run
  • Cockpit preparation and identification of key components
  • Pre APU/Engine Start
  • APU operations
  • APU/Engine Shut down
  • Emergency Procedures
Course Details:
Cost: $800.00 (USD)
Estimated Length: 8 hour(s)

NOTE: 
  • Upon enrollment you will have 32 days to complete the course.
  • Only Windows Operating System with Google Chrome Browser, is supported.
  • This course will expire on December 27th, 2019. It will be replaced by Gulfstream G550 Engine & APU Run 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

Has the cost of aircraft fuel, reduction in simulator time, or just the fact that the aircraft is not available made it difficult for you to practice a normal engine run? This on-line training program combines interactive graphics of system panels and narration to guide you step by step through fifteen lessons based on the Gulfstream G550 Engine & APU Run checklist. Scenarios allow you to do a normal start and shut down of the G550 Engine & APU. Operational checks serve as a means of keeping current on system component locations. Challenging practical exercises introduce you to three common emergency procedures that could help contribute to safe job performance. Not only does the study and practice of a normal engine run on-line save you from incidences, or serious accidents, it saves you money! So enroll today and practice an Engine Run at your own pace.

  • The course consists of 15 lessons and 3 exercises.
  • In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exercises must be passed.

NOTE:

A printable checklist for this Engine Run course is located below in Course Materials. This (PDF) file is for your convenience, but it is not required to complete the Engine & APU Run course.

Objectives:
  • Perform a Walk Around
  • Perform safety hazards check and aircraft preparation for an engine run
  • Cockpit preparation and identification of key components
  • Pre APU/Engine Start
  • APU operations
  • APU/Engine Shut down
  • Emergency Procedures


Course Details:
Cost: $800.00 (USD)
Estimated Length: 8 hour(s)

NOTE: 
  • Upon enrollment you will have 32 days to complete the course.
  • Only Windows Operating System with Google Chrome Browser, is supported.
  • This course will expire on December 27th, 2019. It will be replaced by Hawker Pro Line 21 Engine & APU Run 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

Has the cost of aircraft fuel, reduction in simulator time, or just the fact that the aircraft is not available made it difficult for you to practice a normal engine run? This on-line training program combines interactive graphics of system panels and narration to guide you step by step through thirteen lessons based on the Hawker Pro Line 21 Engine & APU Run checklist. Scenarios allow you to do a normal start and shut down of the Pro Line 21 Engine & APU. Operational checks serve as a means of keeping current on system component locations. Challenging practical exercises introduce you to three common emergency procedures that could help contribute to safe job performance. Not only does the study and practice of a normal engine run on-line save you from incidences, or serious accidents, it saves you money! So enroll today and practice an Engine Run at your own pace.

  • The course consists of 13 lessons and 3 exercises.
  • In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exercises must be passed.
NOTE:

A printable checklist for this Engine Run course is located below in Course Materials. This (PDF) file is for your convenience, but it is not required to complete the Engine & APU Run course.

Objectives:
  • Perform a Walk Around
  • Perform safety hazards check and aircraft preparation for an engine run. 
  • Cockpit preparation and identification of key components
  • Pre APU/Engine Start
  • APU operations
  • APU/Engine Shut down
  • Emergency Procedures
Course Details:
Cost: $100.00 (USD)
Estimated Length: 2 hour(s)

NOTE: 
  • Upon enrollment you will have 8 days to complete the course.
  • Only Windows Operating System with Google Chrome Browser, is supported.
  • This course will expire on December 27th, 2019. It will be replaced by MMEL 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

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