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  E-learning: IR-Part66 modules

Each Self-placed learning package contains all the necessary information identified on the syllabus and is available online or in traditional textbook style.

 
       
 
1.  Mathematics

1.  Mathematics

Covers three chapters on Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry and is required for all licences.

2.  Physics

2.  Physics

Covers five chapters on matter, mechanics, thermodynamics, light and sound and is required for all licences.

3.  Electrical fundamentals

3.  Electrical fundamentals

Eighteen chapters cover all aspects of basic electrical theory and is required for all licences.

4.  (B2) Electronic fundamentals

4.  (B2) Electronic fundamentals

Covers three chapters on, semiconductors, PCB and servomechanisms and is required for the B1 and B2 licences.

4.  (B1) Electronic fundamentals

4.  (B1) Electronic fundamentals

This extract from the full module covers the same chapters, but only to the level required for the B1 licence.

5.  Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems

5.  Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems

This module covers fifteen chapters related to the theory behind aircraft instruments and is required for all licences.

6.  Materials & hardware

6.  Materials & hardware

Covers materials used in aircraft and the hardware that is encountered in maintaining aircraft and is required for all licences.

7.  Maintenance practices

7.  Maintenance practices

Covers twenty chapters of topics related to the practice of maintaining aircraft and is required for all licences.

8.  Basic aerodynamics

8.  Basic aerodynamics

Covers four chapters on the atmosphere, aerodynamics, theory of flight and stability and is required for all licences.

9.  Human factors

9.  Human factors

Nine chapters cover the factors affecting the ability of humans to carry out maintenance effectively and is required for all licences.

10.  Aviation legislation (2<sup>nd</sup> Ed.)

10.  Aviation legislation (2nd Ed.)

Seven chapters cover all aspects of maintenance regulations and is required for all licences.

11a.  Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems

11a.  Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems

Eighteen chapters cover structures and systems found on turbine aircraft. Required for the A1 and B1.1 licences.

11b.  Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems

11b.  Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures and systems

Seventeen chapters cover structures and systems found on piston aeroplanes. Required for the A2 and B1.2 licences.

12.  Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems

12.  Helicopter aerodynamics, structures and systems

Sixteen chapters cover structures and systems found on helicopters. Required for the A3, A4, B1.3 and B1.4 licences.

13.  Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems

13.  Aircraft aerodynamics, structures and systems

Ten chapters cover systems knowledge required by avionic engineers and is required for the B2 licence.

14.  Propulsion

14.  Propulsion

Covers two chapters, turbine engines and engine indicating systems and is required for the B2 licence.

15.  Gas turbine engine

15.  Gas turbine engine

Twenty-two chapters cover all aspects of turbine engine operation and is required for A1, A3, B1.1 and B1.3 licences.

16.  Piston engine

16.  Piston engine

Thirteen chapters cover all aspects of piston engines operation and is required for A2, A4, B1.2 and B1.4 licences.

17.  Propeller

17.  Propeller

Covers seven chapters including construction and maintenance and is required for A1, A2, B1.1 and B1.2 licences

 
       
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