E-Learning E-learning Classroom &Virtual Classroom Types Of Courses E-learning – These are the greatest thing since PowerPoint delivered us from using overhead transparencies. Interactive E-learning courses are developed in Adobe Captivate® and deployed on the internet via a Learning Management System. Learners view training content via a web browser. All training records and test results are tracked automatically by the Learning Management System (LMS). Jet Maintenance Consulting Corp.can develop E-learning courses of any type for you. We can take your existing classroom training and turn it into an E-learning Module or build a course from scratch. JMCC courses are authored to be SCORM or AICC compliant . We can host your E-learning content on our LMS, or deliver it to your existing LMS. Click Here to view sample E-learning Content. Available “On the Shelf” E-learning Courses Human Factors Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems Course A (8 hours) Course B (4 hours) Airport Markings and Communications DPS 350/450 Pitot Static Tester Operation Aeroflex IFR 4000 Test Set Operation Aeroflex IFR 6000 Test Set Operation Avionica RSU II Test Set Operation JMCC Fuel Tank Safety Training Boeing 767 Air Data Systems Overview Boeing 767 Air Data Systems Troubleshooting See JMCC Learning Management System for pricing Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance – Jet Maintenance Consulting Corp. offers Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance as a 8 part E-learning curriculum. The “practical tools” that technicians acquire during the Jet Maintenance Consulting Corp. Human Factors learning modules include: An increased understanding of the role of Human Factors and the positive actions that professional aviation maintenance personnel can take to have a lasting effect beyond the end of the Human Factors training. Improved communications. Increased assertiveness Methods to cope with pressure and stress How to recognize the onset of fatigue and how deal with it An overall increased awareness of the importance of Human Factors in maintenance personnel and the safety nets they can personally use to reduce maintenance errors (perhaps the largest benefit). A work force with a much sharper focus on preventing minor errors which, if left unchecked or uncorrected, can lead to a significant incident or even catastrophic events. An improved quality, a safer environment, and a more involved and responsible work force. The reduction of even minor errors that can provide measurable benefits including cost reductions, fewer missed deadlines, reduction in work related injuries, reduction of warranty claims and reduction in more significant events which can be traced back to maintenance error. Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems (EWIS) – This course was developed to comply with required training for Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems (EWIS) as covered in Advisory Circular 120-94. It is an E-learning curriculum consisting of 8 modules and a final project. Subjects included in the curriculum include; Module A-General EWIS Practices Module B-Wiring Practices Documentation Module C-Wiring Inspection Module D-Housekeeping Module E-Wire and Wire Types Module F-Connective Devices Module G-Connective Devices Repair Procedures Module H Final Project Airport Markings and Communications – Airport Communications and Markings is an E-learning curriculum consisting of two modules. Module A covers communications, aircraft marshalling, and ATC light gun signals. Module B covers Airport signs, lighting, and markings. Airport Communications and Markings is intended to be a prerequisite to undergoing aircraft engine run and taxi training. It can also be used as a standalone course to provide training to persons involved in aircraft ground handling. Upon Completion of this course the learner will; Be able to use and properly respond to aircraft marshalling hand signals. Understand the difference between a controlled and a non controlled airport. Understand proper radio use skills for ATC communication. Understand the Aviation Phonetic Alphabet Understand how and what to communicate to ATC in the event of an emergency situation. Understand ATC Light Gun signals and their meanings. Be familiar with Airport Runway, Taxiway and Apron/Ramp markings. Be able to interpret airport signs, and know their meanings. Be familiar with various types of airport lighting. Understand the importance of and the procedures for hold positions at the airport. Barfield DPS 350 and DPS 450 Pitot Static Tester Operation – The DPS 350 and DPS 450 Pitot Static Tester Operation courses are E-learning courses designed to instruct the learner in using the DPS 350 or DPS 450 Pitot Static Test sets to accomplish leak checks and accuracy checks on aircraft. The courses are not aircraft specific in nature, but rather apply to all aircraft types. Upon Completion of each course, the learner will; Understand the DPS 350/450 Air Data Test Set controls and display. Be able to navigate through the DPS 350/450 menu items. Know how to leak check the DPS 350/450 prior to use. Be able to perform a pitot leak check using the DPS 350/450. Be able to perform a static leak check using the DPS 350/450. Be able to perform combined altitude and airspeed tests using the DPS 350/450. Know where to find information about performing EPR, manifold pressure, and machmeter tests. Aeroflex IFR 4000 Test Set Operation – The Aeroflex IFR 4000 Test Set Operation curriculum is a course consisting of 5 modules created. It is hosted on an adobe connect server or other LMS. Its purpose is to teach the learner to use the Aeroflex IFR 4000 to test aircraft VOR, ILS, Marker Beacon, Communications, and ELT aircraft systems. The course is not aircraft specific in nature, but rather apply to all aircraft types. Upon Completion of this course, the learner will; Know the capabilities of the IFR 4000 test set. Be able to use the IFR 4000 keys and screens to set up the unit for use. Understand how to accomplish aircraft VOR and Marker Beacon system tests. Be able to accomplish aircraft Localizer, Glide slope, and combined ILS system testing. Know how to test aircraft VHF, HF, and SELCAL communication systems using the IFR 4000. Understand how to use the test set for accomplishing aircraft ELT and SWR checks. Aeroflex IFR 6000 Test Set Operation – The Aeroflex IFR 6000 Test Set Operation is an E-learning course consisting of two modules. The course is intended to teach the learner how to use the Aeroflex IFR 6000 test set to conduct aircraft DME, Transponder, and TCAS system tests. The course is not aircraft specific and may be used for all aircraft types. Upon Completion of this course, the learner will; Be able to identify the components of the IFR 6000 test set and their purpose. Know the functions of the keys on the IFR 6000. Understand how to complete a user initiated self test of the test set. Be able to navigate and change parameters on the IFR 6000 General Setup Screen. Be able to navigate and change parameters on the DME Setup Screen. Understand how to use and manipulate the parameters on the DME test screen. Know how to complete a DME system test on an aircraft using the test set. Understand how to set up the IFR 6000 test set to accomplish a transponder test. Be able to accomplish a system Auto Test of a Mode S or ATCRBS transponder using the IFR 6000. Know how to execute a single transponder test from the IFR 6000 Transponder Auto Test menu. Understand how to accomplish the IFR 6000 TCAS test setup. Avionica RSU II Test Set Operation – RSU II Operation is an E-learning course consisting of three modules. The course is intended to teach the learner how to use the Avionica RSU II to conduct aircraft Flight Recorder Downloads, Real Time Flight Recorder Monitoring, Mini QAR downloads and monitoring, as well as using the RSU II 615 data loader. The course is not aircraft specific and may be used for all aircraft types. Upon Completion of this course, the learner will; Be able to identify and understand the RSU II Controls and Indicators. Know how to download flight recorder data using the RSU II. Be familiar with using the RSU II to monitor Flight Recorder and Flight Data Acquisition Unit Information in real time. Understand how to use the Avionica Mark II QAR utility. Be able to utilize the RSU II communications menu to transfer and downloaded files. Know how to use the 615 data loader function of the RSU II. Jet Maintenance Consulting Corp. Fuel Tank Safety Training – The Jet Maintenance Consulting Corp. Fuel Tank Safety course is designed to educate the learner about changes to commercial aircraft fuel tank requirements arising from the 2001 Fuel Tank Safety Rule and the 2008 Fuel Tank Flammability Reduction rule. It is divided into two modules. The first module looks at the history of aircraft fuel tank explosions. It examines specific hazards involved in fuel tank explosions as well as previous and newly developed prevention tactics. The second module focuses on the effects the new regulations have had on the Manufacturers, the Operators, and the Maintenance Organizations. Specific examples of mandatory maintenance requirements, found in various maintenance documents, are used to familiarize the individual with these new FAR requirements. Upon Completion of this course, the learner will; Understand Acronyms and Terms Associated with Fuel Tank Safety. Have an Understanding of the History and the Need for Fuel Tank Safety. Understand the Hazard and Prevention Methods. Understand Regulatory Changes Made Regarding Fuel Tank Safety. Be able to Identify Airworthiness Limitation Instructions and Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations in Maintenance Documents. Understand the Importance of Complying with ALL Airworthiness Limitation Instructions and Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations Procedures. B767 Air Data Systems Overview – B767 Air Data System Overview is a two part E-learning course. The course is intended to provide a general overview of the Boeing 767 Pitot Static, Probe Heat, and Air Data Computing Systems to the learner. Upon Completion of this course, the learner will; Understand the 767 Pitot Static System Be able to locate all of the components of the 767 Pitot Static System and the 767 Air Data Computing System. Know how to distinguish normal Air Data System operation from abnormal operation and failures. Be able to perform a self test of the Pitot Heat System. Be able to perform a self test of the Air Data computing system. B767 Air Data Systems Troubleshooting – B767 Air Data System Troubleshooting is a two part E-learning course intended to teach the learner basic troubleshooting techniques to aid in diagnosing and repairing Boeing 767 Air Data System failures. Upon Completion of this Course the Student will; Know how to troubleshoot OFF and INOP flags in Air Data displays. Understand How to use the Air Data Source Select switch for troubleshooting air data problems. Be able to perform a self test of the Air Data System. Know how to interpret failure indications shown on an ADC. Be able to troubleshoot Altimeter and Airspeed splits. Know how to inspect pitot static probes for damage. Understand pitot and static leak checks. Be able to drain and flush the aircraft system.