airberlin technical training is approved by the Federal Office of Civil Aeronautics Germany under the approval no. DE.147.0006 in agreement with the EC 2042/2003 appendix IV (Part-147). In this regulation the requirements for approved maintenance training organizations are defined. Our certificates are recognized by all members of the EASA, which guarantees us international recognition of our type training.
airberlin technical training is an approved training organization. Hence, we conduct type training courses conforming to EC 2042/2003 appendix III (Part-66).
As part of an airline we maintain a mixed fleet of aircraft with a variety of corresponding engine models. The technical expertise as a MRO that we have gained in the course of the past few decades enables us to train our own staff to the highest level. Therefore, we can also convey our experiences durring our training sessions.
Our assessors are very experienced certifying staff with valid EASA Part-66 CAT B1 and/or B2 licenses. Our instructors are well trained and experienced technicians or engineers who have been working on the various aircraft types for several years.
Our training centers are well furnished with high level equipment. Due to the unlimited access to our aircrafts and shops we teach in a very professional and realistic environment.
At our training centres in Dusseldorf, Munich and Berlin we use the cockpit simulation program called "Airbus Competence Training for Maintenance" (ACT) for the A320 family.
This “ACT” tool enables us to use a realistic simulator within the classroom during theoretical training. It is a powerful desktop simulation training tool specifically designed for Airbus maintenance technician training programs. It integrates
The combination of a fully simulated cockpit and a virtual aircraft that provides access to almost any aircraft components stands for a unique training environment.The real-time animated schematics of the aircraft systems contribute to a vivid learning environment.
This comprehensive tool is ideal for system familiarization, maintenance procedure training and troubleshooting. The system is connected to two powerful projectors in order to guarantee clear and visible simulator sessions.
airberlin technical training is a member of the European Airline Maintenance Training Conference (EAMTC). We have committed ourselves to pedagogical aspects of technical training in the working group ‘Learning methods and structures’. We focus on subjects as ‘assessment’ and the analysis of the need for continuing training. EAMTC acts as an advisory council to EASA.
Within these premises we work very closely with the Federal Office of Civil Aeronautics Germany (Luftfahrtbundesamt) and the EASA. We also support different authorities and companies in implementing the EASA regulations.