Course description This course is delivered in a blended format with classroom lecture, computer-aided instruction, and task-driven laboratory sessions to provide students with 'hands-on' experience on the engine. In short order the students will develop the foundation of knowledge and skills necessary to inspect, maintain and determine serviceability of the engine at the line maintenance level. Topics include safety, warnings, and precautions, engine and engine system servicing, routine maintenance & inspection, principle component replacement and introductory-level trouble-shooting.
Course objectives Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to…
•Recall the safety precautions observed working on or near the engine and Identify locations of principle components,
•Describe the normal function of the engine sections and of each major system,
•Recall procedures for carrying out significant tasks associated with routine servicing of the engine and its systems,
•Recall and perform procedures for replacement of principle components using approved technical data.
Target population Maintainers, Supervisors, Quality Assurance, Field Service, and Service Engineering personnel maintaining the engine following procedures outlined in the Operation & Maintenance manual.
Duration Five (5) days
Training methods Instructor led training in classroom
Daily schedule 0800-1600 (EST)
Contact InformationRolls-Royce Corporation
Registrar – Customer Training
7715 North Perimeter Road
Indianapolis, Indiana 46241 USA
+1 (317) 230-7282
+ (877) 253-7282