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WSQ Maintain Aircraft Fuel & Engine Systems (WSQ EU2) (AR-AMM-202E-1)

Course Duration
Duration: 14 Days (104 Hours)
Time: 9.00am to 5.00pm

Course Commencement is subjected to the minimum number of participants

Course Fee
Local Students: SGD327 after SSG funding

International Students: SGD3,270

ALL FEES QUOTED ABOVE EXCLUDE GST

Introduction
This is a competency elective unit, which looks at the process of maintaining aircraft fuel and engine systems.

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Course Title

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ATTC is an approved training organisation by SkillsFuture Singapore for WSQ courses.

Industry Need
Those who want a career switch to aviation industry and newly recruited personnel, who wish to seek recognition as trained technicians in the aviation industry.

Course Objectives
On completion of this unit, learner will have the knowledge and application skills for this competency unit using appropriate tools, equipment, materials and methods.

Course Synopsis
The competency elements covered in this competency unit are:
1) Maintain Fire Protection System for Aircraft Engine
2) Maintain Aircraft Fuel System
3) Maintain Engine and APU
4) Assist in Rigging and Trimming of Engine System
5) Prepare for Engine Ground Run

Primarily, people who require such competencies are technicians who perform aircraft maintenance (mechanical).

In relation to the Higher Certificate in Aerospace Maintenance (Aircraft Maintenance – Mechanical), this is the specialisation/elective competency unit that is required for the said qualification.

Course Structure
There are five competency elements for WSQ Maintain Aircraft Fuel and Engine Systems. They are:

1) Maintain Fire Protection System for Aircraft Engine:

  • Workplace, Safety & Health guidelines relating to performing fire protection for aircraft engine system
  • Importance of performing fire protection for aircraft engine system
  • Procedures for performing fire protection for aircraft engine system
  • How to check and verify proper operation of an engine fire detection and/or extinguishing system
  • Inspection requirements for an engine fire extinguisher squib and safety practices/precautions (covered in PC1.2)
  • Prevention procedures for fire and/or smoke detection system(s) or system components
  • Fire extinguishing system(s) and/or system components
  • Fire and/or smoke detection system operating characteristics
  • Fire extinguishing system operating characteristics
  • How to perform check on engine fire and overheat detection system
  • How to perform check on smoke detection system
  • Purposes and processes of fuel system servicing
  • Tools, equipment and materials required for maintenance of aircraft fuel system
  • Various hazards associated with fuel system maintenance
  • Various types of fuel contamination hazards
  • How to perform fuel tank maintenance
  • How to identify aircraft fuel pump, its location and inspection for leaks and security
  • Types and operation of fuel systems and components
  • Process of reporting to supervisor if system has defects

2) Maintain Aircraft Fuel System:

  • Workplace, Safety & Health guidelines relating to performing fire protection for aircraft engine system
  • Importance of performing fire protection for aircraft engine system
  • Procedures for performing fire protection for aircraft engine system
  • How to check and verify proper operation of an engine fire detection and/or extinguishing system
  • Inspection requirements for an engine fire extinguisher squib and safety practices/precautions (covered in PC1.2)
  • Prevention procedures for fire and/or smoke detection system(s) or system components
  • Fire extinguishing system(s) and/or system components
  • Fire and/or smoke detection system operating characteristics
  • Fire extinguishing system operating characteristics
  • How to perform check on engine fire and overheat detection system
  • How to perform check on smoke detection system
  • Purposes and processes of fuel system servicing
  • Tools, equipment and materials required for maintenance of aircraft fuel system
  • Various hazards associated with fuel system maintenance
  • Various types of fuel contamination hazards
  • How to perform fuel tank maintenance
  • How to identify aircraft fuel pump, its location and inspection for leaks and security
  • Types and operation of fuel systems and components
  • Process of reporting to supervisor if system has defects

3) Maintain Engine and APU:

  • Aircraft engine and APU
  • Process of performing maintenance of engine and APU
  • Tools, equipment and materials required for maintaining engine and APU
  • Process of oil servicing

4) Assist in Rigging and Trimming of Engine System:

  • Tools and equipment required for rigging and trimming of engine system
  • Role in the rigging process
  • Role in the trimming process
  • Basic cable connection
  • Standard rigging procedures

5) Prepare for Engine Ground Run:

  • Types of tools and equipment required
  • Types of fire extinguisher equipment for engine fire incidents
  • How to maintain specific safety distances of engine inlet and exhaust
  • Local airport regulations and requirements for engine ground run
  • Hazards associated with starting and ground operation and procedures for preventing and minimizing maintenance accidents

Student – Lecturer Ratio
Theory:
Lecturer to Students is 1:32

Practical:
Lecturer to Students is 1:16

Learning And Teaching Methods
All classes will be a mix of lectures and practical skills training

Student Assessment
WSQ courses are assessed by practical assessments

Admission Requirement
WSQ Employability Skills WPLN Proficiency Level 4 equivalent to Lower Secondary

Graduation Requirement
Successful completion of this course will lead to the award of WSQ SOA in Maintain Aircraft Fuel and Engine Systems category under Aircraft Maintenance – Mechanical framework

Attendance Requirement
Students must achieve a minimum of 75% attendance for all individual modules

SSG Funding

 SkillsFuture Singapore

Only Singapore residents and Singapore PR (Permanent Residents) taking this course can apply for 90% subsidy on course fees.

The general eligibility criteria for company sponsored applicants are listed as follows: –
1. Company are registered or incorporated in Singapore
2. Supported cost components (such as Course fees) are fully sponsored by company
3. Trainees are employees who are either Singapore Citizen or Singapore Permanent Resident only
4. Trainee have achieved attendance requirement

Eventual funding amount can vary according to applicant’s age and qualification level. For details on Training Grant, please refer to the SkillsFuture Singapore.

Disclaimer
The information provided are the most current at the point of publishing and may be subject to changes. ATTC has the right to make changes to course fees, course syllabus, duration and admission requirements without notice.