Phenom 300

Our training system combines a comprehensive ground school curriculum utilizing instructor-led courses with animated multimedia, delivered by a team of highly trained instructors, and incorporates the use of Flight Training Devices (FTD) and Advanced Technology Simulators, designed, built, and certified to FAA Level C and D standards.

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Phenom 300 Initial

Phenom 300 pilot initial training is a 14-day program for FAA and ANAC (16-day for EASA) and is offered in our Amsterdam, Dallas East, Dallas West and São Paulo Guarulhos facilities — days off vary by location and regulatory agency. To ensure that we meet customer needs andprovide a training experience true to the aircraft, we tailor training to your schedule and your operational requirements. So work with the people who work with you.

Duration: 14 or 16 days
Available Locations: Amsterdam, Dallas West, São Paulo Guarulhos, Dallas East

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Phenom 300 Recurrent

Phenom 300 recurrent training is a 2,4 or 5 day program for FAA, 5 day program for ANAC and a 2,3,4 or 5 day program for EASA and is offered at our Amsterdam, Dallas East, Dallas West and São Paulo Guarulhos facilities. To ensure that we meet customer needs and provide a training experience true to the aircraft, we tailor training to your schedule and your operational requirements. Work with the team who works with you.

Duration: 2-5 days
Available Locations: Amsterdam, Dallas West, São Paulo Guarulhos, Dallas East

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Phenom 300 Upgrade

Our training system combines a comprehensive ground school curriculum utilizing instructor-led courses with animated multimedia, delivered by a team of highly trained instructors, and incorporates the use of Flight Training Devices (FTD) and Advanced Technology Simulators, designed, built, and certified to FAA Level D standards.

Duration: 6 days
Available Locations: Amsterdam, Dallas West, São Paulo Guarulhos, Dallas East

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Phenom 300 Maintenance Engine Run &Taxi Initial Course Overview

The 2 day course trains the experienced technician to operate the aircraft for maintenance purposes. Includes in-depth classroom instruction on safe aircraft and airport operations as well as specific aircraft operating procedure. Normal and emergency procedures are discussed in detail in the classroom and then demonstrated in the simulator. Initial training in type, or equivalent, is required as a prerequisite.

Theoretical Classroom - Ground School Instruction

  • Engines system reviews and operational procedures Student Interest
  • Engines emergency procedures
  • Fire Protection System review
  • Nose Wheel Steering / Braking system review
  • Other system reviews as applicable/required
  • Airport runway and taxiway markings / signage
  • Airport Radio Communications & Protocols

Practical Training – Simulator &/or IPT

  • Aircraft Operations (taxiing) and Ground-handling
  • Engines / emergency procedures

 

COURSE SEGMENTS

HOURS

Classroom

6

Simulator

6

 

 

Duration: 2 days
Available Locations: Dallas West

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Phenom 300 Maintenance Initial Course Overview

The 10 day course gives the technician a practical working knowledge of avionics and addresses basic principles of operation. Review sub-system operation, functional testing, fault analysis and current avionics changes. Upon completion, the technician is able to perform routine functional checks, system troubleshooting and fault analysis to the line replaceable unit (LRU) level.

Introduction Module

  • General Aircraft 
  • Time Limits/Maintenance Checks 
  • Dimensions and Areas 
  • Lifting and Shoring 
  • Leveling and Weighing 
  • Towing and Taxiing 
  • Parking/Mooring, Storing and Return to Service 
  • Placards and Markings 
  • Servicing 

Turbine Engines 

  • Engine Performance 
  • Powerplant 
  • Engine Fuel and Control 
  • FADEC 
  • Ignition 
  • Air 
  • Engine
  • Exhaust 
  • Oil 
  • Starting 
  • Indication

Airframe Structures 

  • Cargo and Accessory Compartments 
  • Airframe Structure 
  • Doors 
  • Fuselage 
  • Nacelles/Pylons 
  • Stabilizers 
  • Windows 
  • Wings 

Airframe Systems 

  • Air Conditioning System
  • Auto Flight System
  • Communications 
  • Electrical Power 
  • Equipment and Furnishings 
  • Fire Protection System
  • Flight Controls 
  • Fuel Systems 
  • Hydraulic Power 
  • Ice and Rain Protection 
  • Indicating/Recording Systems 
  • Instrument Systems 
  • Landing Gear 
  • Lights 
  • Navigation 
  • Oxygen 
  • Pneumatic System
  • Water and Waste 
  • Cabin Systems 
  • Onboard Maintenance System 

Differences Training

  • Garmin 1000 to Garmin 3000 Prodigy ‘Touch’ Differences

Regulatory Approvals

  • FAA
  • EASA
  • CASA
  • GCAA

COURSE SEGMENTS

HOURS

General Aircraft

3.6

Structures

1.7

Airframe Systems

46.6

Powerplant

6.1

 

Duration: 10 days
Available Locations: Dallas West

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Phenom 300 Maintenance Familiarization Course Overview

This 4 day course gives the technician an overview of all of aircraft systems and their operation. It addresses basic principles of operation.

Introduction Module

  • General Aircraft 
  • Time Limits/Maintenance Checks 
  • Dimensions and Areas 
  • Lifting and Shoring 
  • Leveling and Weighing 
  • Towing and Taxiing 
  • Parking/Mooring, Storing and Return to Service 
  • Placards and Markings 
  • Servicing 

Turbine Engines 

  • Engine Performance 
  • Powerplant 
  • Engine Fuel and Control 
  • FADEC 
  • Ignition 
  • Air 
  • Engine
  • Exhaust 
  • Oil 
  • Starting 
  • Indication

Airframe Structures 

  • Cargo and Accessory Compartments 
  • Airframe Structure 
  • Doors 
  • Fuselage 
  • Nacelles/Pylons 
  • Stabilizers 
  • Windows 
  • Wings 

Airframe Systems 

  • Air Conditioning System
  • Auto Flight System
  • Communications 
  • Electrical Power 
  • Equipment and Furnishings 
  • Fire Protection System
  • Flight Controls 
  • Fuel Systems 
  • Hydraulic Power 
  • Ice and Rain Protection 
  • Indicating/Recording Systems 
  • Instrument Systems 
  • Landing Gear 
  • Lights 
  • Navigation 
  • Oxygen 
  • Pneumatic System
  • Water and Waste 
  • Cabin Systems 
  • Onboard Maintenance System 

Differences Training

  • Garmin 1000 to Garmin 3000 Prodigy ‘Touch’ Differences

Regulatory Approvals

  • FAA
  • EASA
  • GCAA

COURSE SEGMENTS

HOURS

General Aircraft

3.6

Structures

1.7

Airframe Systems

13.2

Powerplant

3.5

 

Duration: 4 days
Available Locations: Dallas West

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Phenom 300 Maintenance Initial & Avionics Course Overview

The 13 day Phenom 300 Maintenance Initial & Avionics course provides the professional maintenance technician with a detail description of operation, component location, maintenance and troubleshooting of aircraft systems. Reviews sub-system operation, functional testing, fault analysis and current avionics changes. Upon completion, the technician is able to perform routine functional checks, system troubleshooting and fault analysis to the line replaceable unit (LRU) level.

Introduction Module

  • General Aircraft 
  • Time Limits/Maintenance Checks 
  • Dimensions and Areas 
  • Lifting and Shoring 
  • Leveling and Weighing 
  • Towing and Taxiing 
  • Parking/Mooring, Storing and Return to Service 
  • Placards and Markings 
  • Servicing 

Turbine Engines 

  • Engine Performance 
  • Powerplant 
  • Engine Fuel and Control 
  • FADEC 
  • Ignition 
  • Air 
  • Engine
  • Exhaust 
  • Oil 
  • Starting 
  • Indication

Airframe Structures 

  • Cargo and Accessory Compartments 
  • Airframe Structure 
  • Doors 
  • Fuselage 
  • Nacelles/Pylons 
  • Stabilizers 
  • Windows 
  • Wings 

Airframe Systems 

  • Air Conditioning System
  • Auto Flight System
  • Communications 
  • Electrical Power 
  • Equipment and Furnishings 
  • Fire Protection System
  • Flight Controls 
  • Fuel Systems 
  • Hydraulic Power 
  • Ice and Rain Protection 
  • Indicating/Recording Systems 
  • Instrument Systems 
  • Landing Gear 
  • Lights 
  • Navigation 
  • Oxygen 
  • Pneumatic System
  • Water and Waste 
  • Cabin Systems 
  • Onboard Maintenance System 

Differences Training

  • Garmin 1000 to Garmin 3000 Prodigy ‘Touch’ Differences

Regulatory Approvals

  • FAA
  • EASA
  • CASA
  • GCAA
  • CAAC*

*More hours required

COURSE SEGMENTS

HOURS

General Aircraft

3.6

Structures

4.2

Airframe Systems

54.3

Powerplant

8.9

 

Duration: 13 days
Available Locations: Dallas West

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Phenom 300 Maintenance Engine Run &Taxi Refresher Course Overview

The 1 day course trains the experienced technician to operate the aircraft for maintenance purposes. Includes classroom instruction on safe aircraft and airport operations as well as specific aircraft operating procedure. Normal and emergency procedures are discussed in detail in the classroom and then demonstrated in the simulator. Initial training in type, or equivalent, is required as a prerequisite.

Theoretical Classroom - Ground School Instruction

  • Engines system reviews and operational procedures Student Interest
  • Engines emergency procedures
  • Fire Protection System review
  • Nose Wheel Steering / Braking system review
  • Other system reviews as applicable/required
  • Airport runway and taxiway markings / signage
  • Airport Radio Communications & Protocols

Practical Training – Simulator &/or IPT

  • Aircraft Operations (taxiing) and Ground-handling
  • Engines / emergency procedures

 

COURSE SEGMENTS

HOURS

Classroom

3

Simulator

3

 

Duration: 1 day
Available Locations: Dallas West

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Phenom 300 Maintenance Realcase Update Course Overview

The 5 day Phenom 300 Maintenance Realcase Update course is a systems update for technicians who have completed Maintenance Training or equivalent, in type. Includes a review if aircraft and systems information from Embraer and includes Field Service Advisories, Service Bulletins and Airworthiness Directives applicable to the aircraft. The focus is on real life maintenance issues affecting the fleet.

Realcase/Updates

  • Updates / Scenarios
  • Student Interest
  • Turbine Engines 
  • Engines 

Airframe Systems 

  • Air Conditioning System
  • Electrical Power 
  • Fire Protection System
  • Flight Controls 
  • Fuel Systems 
  • Hydraulic Power 
  • Ice and Rain Protection 
  • Indicating/Recording Systems 
  • Landing Gear 
  • Pneumatic System

COURSE SEGMENTS

HOURS

Updates

15

Airframe Systems

13

Powerplant

2

 

 

Duration: 5 days
Available Locations: Dallas West

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