CPaT’s Maintenance Training Suites Includes the Following Courses

B737 NG Maintenance Training Course

Course Description:

This new advanced maintenance course is designed to meet various regulatory standards and includes 80 hours of academic instruction specifically designed to exceed the requirements for ATA specification 104-Level 2. Course content includes a complete description of all systems for the Boeing 737-NG including avionics, airframe, and powerplant systems.


BOEING 737-NG BASIC SYSTEMS COURSE

Course Description:

This Boeing 737 Training Interactive Course is designed as a Systems Knowledge CBT for both Initial and Recurrent Training for B737-NG Aircraft. This course provides complete systems training by use of text, audio, graphic animations, and interactive training, providing the highest level of learning. Each module has its own knowledge assessment for evaluating the understanding of the B737 type rating lesson. As with all our Boeing CBT courses, this class includes 24/7 technical support and customer service.


Boeing 737-NG Interactive Aircraft Systems Diagrams

Course Description:

CPaT’s Interactive Aircraft Systems Diagrams allows students and instructors to manipulate cockpit controls and see how the systems diagram react. This allows learning in a real-time, scenario-based environment. The aircraft systems are experienced with an interactive display and allows students to be more involved with hands on interaction. Instructors will no longer have to teach complex three-dimensional systems using two-dimensional tools such as posters or confusing chalkboard drawings. This allows the student to learn, practice and operate aircraft systems in a way that provides an actual experience.


Platforms and Use:

This Boeing CBT Course is delivered on the CPaT Learning Management System and the CPaT Mobile Application and will operate on PC, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Android computers, tablets and devices. This course can be used both On-Line and Off-Line and will synchronize when connectivity is re-established.