Aviation Technician Factory Training Course |
Continental Motors has developed the Aviation Technician
Advanced Training Program for certified aviation technicians. The course includes the following:
The course is designed as a refresher for the certified technicians on Continental Motors current production piston engines and covers the following subject areas:
- General engine theory of operation.
- Crankcase Threading
- Crankshaft component R & R.
- Cylinder R & R.
- Fuel Injection System fuel pump adjustment.
- A tour of the TCM factory.
- 100-hour/annual inspection topics
- Cylinder borescope inspections.
- TCM ignition systems hands-on to include tear down and setting internal timing.
- Service bulletin exercises to really get you into using our manuals.
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Quality and Accuracy are the watchwords we live by and our instructional staff has years of experience in the aviation and instructional arenas. The training course is held right at our factory in Mobile, Alabama. So the entire factory is at your disposal to insure you get the best classroom instructional learning experience.
Tuition for the course is just $750.00 and includes
Training materials: a student workbook and reference CD. Also included is one year enrollment in information services.
|Schedule of Classes|
June 17 - 21 2013
August 19 - 23 2013
October 14 - 18 2013
December 9 - 13 2013
Students are responsible for their own transportation and lodging costs-including rental car if desired.
|TCM Factory Training Dress Code |
|Closed toe shoes, dressy sport or athletic shoes**
(For safety's sake, open toe/heel shoes are not allowed in production work areas; steel toe shoes are required)
||Beach shoes and athletic shoes
|Jeans**, slacks, pants, skirts, pant suits
||Shorts, cut-offs, sweatpants
|T-shirts, Skirts, blouses, sweaters, shirts with collars
||Tank tops, halter tops, midriff, plunging necklines, backless tops/dresses
|**Denim jeans (no rips, holes, or exposed undergarments) and well kept athletic shoes as acceptable attire. |