Boeing offers comprehensive and flexible maintenance training products and services to our customers. We focus on enabling our customers to train themselves by licensing them our assembled and content-rich training materials.
The training materials package provides assembled media for General Familiarization (Level 1 Systems), Ramp and Transit (Level 2 Systems), and Line and Base (Level 3 Systems) courses including:
- Airframe, Powerplant, Electrical, Avionics
- Part 66 B1, B2, B1/B2
Key airplane-maintenance courses*
- 101 — General Familiarization
- 201 — Ramp & Transit
- 301 — Line and Base Maintenance (L&B)
- 380/390 Differences Course
- Engine Differences
- Passenger to Freighter Differences
- 817 — EASA (Europe) B1 Mechanical Course
- 818 — EASA B2 Avionics Course
- 821 — EASA B1/B2 Mechanical/Avionics Combined
- 837 — CASA (Australia) B1 Mechanical Course
- 838 — CASA B2 Avionics Course
- 839 — CASA B1/B2 Mechanical/Avionics Combined
*Not all courses are available for all models.
Our training packages include the maintenance training manual, instructor presentation, student materials, and embedded enhanced media* (i.e., eLearning, synoptics, active synoptics, videos) and a 360° virtual tour accessed through an interactive HTML curriculum.
* Not available for 767-200/-300
To enable customers to conduct training at their own locations, providing a cost-effective regulatory approved training solution. This training may be submitted for local regulatory approval.
- OEM material created by Boeing: content was designed by Boeing subject-matter experts with ultimate knowledge of the aircraft and its systems.
- Courseware changes: yearly updates to the material (Tier 1) help keep the customer staff up to date on the latest OEM changes.
- The power to edit: courses can be easily edited and modified for other uses to significantly reduce development time and increase training flexibility.
- Enhanced multi-media presentations created by Boeing, including the newest versions of our 360° Airplane Virtual Tour, which brings the airplane into the classroom. This has tremendous value for customers who don’t have ready access to a “live” aircraft.
- Training time/travel burden: customers can deliver training at their own location. Reduces time away from the job (301/821 course = ~33+ days) and increases staff availability.
- Additional staff: allows for training staff who would never otherwise have access to training.
- Boeing support: customer receives Boeing support and technical consultation to help an organization implement the training into their program.