B747 CBT

B747 CBT - LANDING GEAR

This Boeing 747 Landing Gear system course discusses the components and operations of the landing gear system with excellent graphics of the system. The program meets or exceeds the requirements for the initial introduction to the aircraft systems and additionally as an excellent review of B-747 landing gear component operations. This course covers the following components and operations of the landing gear system: A description of the main and nose gear components to include the doors. The normal and alternate landing gear extension and retraction procedures and components. A review of the aircraft steering system components and operation. The brake system is reviewed to include normal, alternate braking, the antiskid system, the brake accumulator, the brake torque limiter, autobrake system, parking brake system, the tire and brake temperature systems. A discussion of the air/ground sensing system and a review of the landing gear controls and indications. Excellent review of the components of the landing gear systems with outstanding animation of their operation. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

B747 CBT - HYDRAULIC

This course provides an excellent coverage of the Boeing 747 Hydraulics Systems, which meets or exceeds the requirements for initial or recurrent system review by civil aviation authorities. The program includes the following information on the aircraft’s hydraulic systems: An outstanding description of the hydraulic components and their operations for the multiple systems available. A review of the hydraulic panel to include the controls, and the normal/abnormal system indications. A graphic depiction of the hydraulic loads and load controls and finally, a review of the system controls, operations and indications. Superb animations of system component, operations and indications. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

B747 CBT - FUEL SYSTEM

This course meets or exceeds the requirements of the civil aviation authorities for an initial or recurrent course for the Boeing 747 Fuel Systems. An excellent use of animations to depict the components, operation, and indications of the fuel systems are presented in this course. Included in this program are the following items of the fuel systems: First the fuel storage systems are discussed which review the location of fuel tanks within the aircraft. An in depth discussion of the fuel feed system components, their operation in a normal or abnormal condition to include fuel pumps, the jettison system, the horizontal stabilizer pumps, the fuel scavenge system, the cross feed system, the transfer system, and the APU fuel system and a review of the fuel quantity and temperature indications for normal and abnormal conditions. An outstanding presentation of the B747 fuel system. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

B747 CBT - FIRE PROTECTION

This superior program reviews the B747 fire protection systems. The course meets or exceeds the requirements of the States’ of Registry. The program contains the following information; a discussion of the fire and overheat detection and protections system components and operations. The components and operations of the fire extinguishing systems and additional information on the smoke/ fire detection and extinguishing systems for the APU, Cargo Compartment and the wheel well fire protections systems. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

B747 CBT - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

This course is an in-depth and well animated course on the electrical systems components and the normal/abnormal operations of the systems. The program contains the following data; A general discussion of electrical current, AC/DC current, and some basic definitions of terms such as voltage, frequency, phase and conversion of electricity. AC power generation, distribution, and control. DC power generation, distribution and control. A discussion of different buses, AC/DC, battery, standby and a review of the electrical systems control and indications for normal/abnormal conditions. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

B747 CBT - COMMUNICATIONS

The B747 communication systems are described in detail in this program. This course includes the following information; a review of the audio control panel switches and functions. A discussion of the VHF communications systems components and operations. A review of the HF communication systems and operations and the components and operation of the interphone systems and PA systems. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

B747 CBT - AUTOMATIC FLIGHT

This course covers the components and operations of the B747 Automatic Flight Systems. The information in this program covers the following information; a description of the parts and operations of the Autopilot Flight Director System (AFDS) to include the Flight Control Computer (FCC). The functions and operations of the autopilot and the flight director. A discussion of the Mode Control Panel and the Flight Mode Annunciator. The engagement and disengagement process and indications of the Autopilot and the Flight Director. A review of the Autothrottle systems to include the modes of operation and the Thrust Reference Mode Annunciation. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

B747 CBT - ANTI ICE

Superior review of the B747 Anti-icing and Rain systems are provided in this course. The program contains the following discussions; information on the aircraft ice detections systems and indications. A review of the engine and wing anti-ice system components and operation. The window heating and windshield, wipers and washers components are covered. A review of the anti-icing and rain controls and indications for normal/abnormal operations. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.

B747 CBT - PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM

B747 CBT - AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM

This course has a detailed description of the components and operation of the B747 Air Conditioning systems, and includes the following; a discussion of the components and normal operations of the air conditioning packs. Non-normal air conditioning scenarios, indications and recommended actions for the pilots. A review of the air conditioning distribution system and a description of temperature controls and indications. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.