**Course Details:**

Cost: $300.00 (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 Avionics Electronic 1 Basic 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

The Avionics Electronic Basic training course provides participants with the knowledge necessary to accurately identify basic AC and DC terms, as you obtain a thorough understanding of circuit theory calculations, troubleshooting, measurement, and the function of resistors. Throughout the course, participants will have the opportunity to perform circuit calculations, troubleshoot, and measure basic circuits. Equipping participants with both essential knowledge and practical skills, this course prepares technicians to determine the appropriate meter to use for measurement with specific applications, and familiarizes you with the proper use and storage of meters, as well as practices for safe operation.

- The course consists of 6 lessons, each with its own quiz, and a final exam.
- You must pass the quizzes with a score of at least 70% to progress though the course.
- In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exam must be passed with a score of at least 75%.

*This course is excellent preparation for the Aircraft Electronics Technician (AET) test and certification offered by NCATT.*

**Objectives:**

- Identify and define basic AC and DC current terms, and describe the relationships between them
- Understand and articulate the key facts and general principles of basic circuit theory
- Apply general principles of Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Laws to AC/DC circuits, and perform calculations
- Diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair defective DC circuits
- Describe the procedures for calculating AC/DC measurement, and specify the problems associated with the improper use and storage of AC/DC meters
- Choose and safely use the most appropriate meter for a particular measurement application
- Identify types and calculate values of resistors, as well as troubleshoot and isolate faulty resistors in a circuit

**Course Details:**

Cost: $300.00 (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 Avionics Electronic 2 Intermediate 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

Building on the essential skills and knowledge offered in the Basic course, the Avionics Electronic Intermediate training course provides participants with the skills necessary to accurately identify and understand how capacitors, inductors, and transformers work, along with recognizing the effects these components have on a circuit. While gaining familiarity with analog circuits, solid state components, frequency sensitive filters, and voltage regulators, participants will have the opportunity to perform circuit calculations and troubleshoot.

- The course consists of 8 lessons, each with its own quiz, and a final exam.
- You must pass the quizzes with a score of at least 70% to progress though the course.
- In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exam must be passed with a score of at least 75%.

*This course is excellent preparation for the Aircraft Electronics Technician (AET) test and certification offered by NCATT.*

**Objectives:**

- Identify, define, and describe theories of operation, isolate faulty components, and utilize troubleshooting techniques for inductors, capacitors, transformers, and solid state components
- Demonstrate the use and operation of analog circuit devices and power supply circuits
- Differentiate between the various types of voltage regulators and explain how they operate
- Analyze and perform AC calculations for resistance, impedance and capacitance.
- Identify types of, calculate values for, troubleshoot, and isolate faulty inductors, capacitors, transformers, frequency sensitive filters, and voltage regulators in a circuit

**Course Details:**

Cost: $300.00 (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 Avionics Electronic 3 Advanced 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

Our most advanced Avionics course enables participants to distinguish between various types of oscillator features. You will use and perform conversions with digital numbering systems, gaining specific expertise in binary, octal, and hexadecimal systems. This exceptional course also provides the knowledge technicians need to understand the relationships, general principles, and theories of operation for wave generation, wave shaping circuits, and digital logic functions.

- The course consists of 6 lessons, each with its own quiz, and a final exam.
- You must pass the quizzes with a score of at least 70% to progress though the course.
- In order to receive a certificate upon completion of the course, the exam must be passed with a score of at least 75%.

*This course is excellent preparation for the Aircraft Electronics Technician (AET) test and certification offered by NCATT.*

**Objectives:**

- Identify and compare the features of the Armstrong, Hartley, Colpitts, Pierce, Clapp, Phase-shift, and RC oscillators including Wein Bridge and Twin-T.
- Demonstrate the use and conversion of binary, octal, and hexadecimal digital numbering systems
- Analyze and explain the relationships, general principles, and theory of operation for wave shaping generation and wave shaping circuits
- Differentiate between the types of digital logic functions and explain their use

**Course Details:**

Cost: $800.00 (USD)

Estimated Length: 22 hour(s)

**NOTE:**

- Upon enrollment you will have 88 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 Avionics Electronic Bundle 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

The Avionics Electronic Bundle provides participants with the knowledge necessary to accurately identify basic AC and DC terms, while obtaining a thorough understanding of circuit theory calculations, troubleshooting, measurement, and the function of resistors. Throughout the course, participants will have the opportunity to perform circuit calculations, troubleshoot, and measure basic circuits. Equipping participants with both essential knowledge and practical skills, this course prepares technicians to determine the appropriate meter to use for measurement with specific applications, and familiarizes you with the proper use and storage of meters, as well as practices for safe operation. The course continues with a focus on developing the skills necessary to accurately identify and understand how capacitors, inductors, and transformers work, along with recognizing the effects these components have on a circuit. While gaining familiarity with analog circuits, solid state components, frequency sensitive filters, and voltage regulators, participants will have the opportunity to perform circuit calculations and troubleshoot. The course concludes by enabling enables participants to distinguish between various types of oscillator features. You will use and perform conversions with digital numbering systems, gaining specific expertise in binary, octal, and hexadecimal systems. This exceptional course also provides the knowledge technicians need to understand the relationships, general principles, and theories of operation for wave generation, wave shaping circuits, and digital logic functions.

- The course consists of 20 lessons, each with its own quiz, and three exams.
- You must pass the quizzes with a score of at least 70% to progress though the course.

**Objectives:**

- Identify and define basic AC and DC current terms, and describe the relationships between them
- Apply general principles of Ohm’s and Kirchhoff’s Laws to AC/DC circuits, and perform calculations
- Diagnose, troubleshoot, and repair defective DC circuits
- Describe the procedures for calculating AC/DC measurement, and specify the problems associated with the improper use and storage of AC/DC meters
- Choose and safely use the most appropriate meter for a particular measurement application
- Identify types and calculate values of resistors, as well as troubleshoot and isolate faulty resistors in a circuit
- Identify, define, and describe theories of operation, isolate faulty components, and utilize troubleshooting techniques for inductors, capacitors, transformers, and solid state components
- Demonstrate the use and operation of analog circuit devices and power supply circuits
- Differentiate between the various types of voltage regulators and explain how they operate
- Analyze and perform AC calculations for resistance, impedance and capacitance.
- Identify types of, calculate values for, troubleshoot, and isolate faulty inductors, capacitors, transformers, frequency sensitive filters, and voltage regulators in a circuit
- Identify and compare the features of the Armstrong, Hartley, Colpitts, Pierce, Clapp, Phase-shift, and RC oscillators including Wein Bridge and Twin-T.
- Demonstrate the use and conversion of binary, octal, and hexadecimal digital numbering systems

**Course Details:**

Cost: $150.00 (USD)

Estimated Length: 4 hour(s)

**NOTE:**

- Upon enrollment you will have 16 days to complete the course.
__Windows or Mac Operating System__with__Google Chrome or Safari__is supported.__Browser____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 December 27th, 2019. It will be replaced by FAR 91.411/91.413 (RVSM) 2020 on January 6th, 2020.

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.

**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