The need for a definitive series of textbooks dedicated to Aircraft Engineering maintenance has never been greater. Employers are increasingly looking at FE qualifications to provide future engineers. The internationally recognised standard, Joint Aviation Requirement Part 66, Maintenance Personnel Licensing (JAR 66) sets a new standard for licenses, with specific focus on quality at source, human factors awareness and clear accountability for safety. Aircraft Engineering Maintenance Practice will cover modules 6, 7, 9 and 10 of the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAR) syllabi, to a depth and level appropriate for Aircraft Maintenance Certifying Technicians. Also, coverage will include the appropriate Units/Modules from the City and Guilds Certificate and EDEXCEL National and Higher National. The book will also contain information which will be of direct benefit to those practising as aircraft maintenance technicians within HM Forces. Since the book is concerned with maintenance practice, it will cover all of Section 3, Aircraft Hardware and Engineering Practice using a CD ROM. The book develops from first principles and progresses to the standards required by practicing aircraft maintenance technicians and engineers. Multiple choice questions will be provided at the end of each major section, and will be sub-divided to reflect the examination subject matter for the JAR modules. Short answer, long answer and essay type questions will also be provided.Since the book is concerned with maintenance practice, it will cover all of Section 3, Aircraft Hardware and Engineering Practice using a CD ROM.
|Title||:||Aircraft Engineering Maintenance Practice|
|Author||:||Lloyd Dingle, Mike Tooley|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2007-05-07|