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Embraer 145 (ERJ) General Familiarization

Embraer 145 (ERJ) General Familiarization

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  • ISBN: 9781951275501
  • Publisher: infoWERK
  • Time: self paced; +/- 40 hours

ERJ 145 General Familiarization
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This in-depth General Familiarization / Type training course covers structures, systems, and avionics for the Embraer 145 (ERJ) with Allison AE3007A turbofan engines. It provides a detailed description of the aircraft and powerplants, including component location, operation, maintenance needs and cockpit interface of each system. This is an interactive state of the art self-paced web based training and is designed to develop skills, knowledge, and performance among maintenance personnel for this particular aircraft. The course is designed to AICC and SCORM standards. Click the “Detailed Course Contents” button below for a list of each structure and system covered.

About the Course:
This course is online self-paced study produced by InfoWERK of Innsbruck Austria. It is based on EASA regulations as derived from ICAO standards and thus equally applicable to FAA and all other major national authorities.

This course is built into short 1-2 minute segments including animations, video and complete narration. Stage exams provide a refresher and confirmation of the key points. A menu bar provides easy navigation between topics. The average time spent to complete this course is 40 hours. However this may vary depending your experience and study habits. The course ends with a final exam which when passed, provides a printable certificate of completion in your name.

Your enrollment in the course lasts for 1 year from the date of purchase. There is no limit to the number of times during that year that you can return to complete and refresh the course.

IA Renewal Credit
This course (FAA ALC-1146) qualifies for 8 hours of IA Renewal Credit. If you hold Inspection Authorization (IA), this course serves as the entirety of your annual continued training requirements. Upon your successful completion, ATB will authorize this credit through FAA and a printable IA certificate of accomplishment will be made available at www.FAAsafety.gov.

FAAST AMT Award Points:
In addition, this course qualifies for 40 FAA FAAST AMT Award Points, which will be issued upon your successful completion. To receive this award, you must have an account with FAAST. If you are not yet a FAAST member, your free registration can be found at www.faasafety.gov/login/reg/register.aspx

For Training Managers:
Self paced training is a great option for your continued and recurrent needs. It is economical, efficient, and allows your team to proceed on their own or during their “down times”, thus without the need to pull them away from the job. Contact us to discuss ways to integrate this method into your training programs.

Airplane Description
  • Design and measurements
  • Fuselage characteristics
  • Cockpit and cabin basics
  • Powerplant & performance basics
Equipment And Furnishings
  • Pilot seats
  • Direct vision windows
  • Observer seat
  • Cabin and attendant seats and stations
  • Galleys
  • Lavatory
  • Water and waste
  • Main door
  • Service door
  • Baggage door
  • Compartment hatches
  • Door indication
Emergency Equipment
  • Emergency equipment location
  • Cockpit evacuation
  • Emergency exit operation
  • Emergency locator transmitter
Crew Awareness
  • Cockpit general
  • Avionics general
  • Primary flight display
  • Multi function display
  • Aural warnings
  • Stall protection system
  • Windshear detection and escape
  • Traffic and collision avoidance system
Electrical Power
  • DC system general
  • DC main generation
  • DC APU generation
  • Main battery system
  • Backup battery system
  • DC bus load distribution
  • External power source
  • AC system
  • Cockpit lighting
  • Passenger cabin lighting
  • External lighting
  • Service compartments lighting
  • Emergency lighting
Fire Protection
  • Engine and APU fire/overheat detection
  • Engine and APU fire extinguishing
  • Lavatory fire protection
  • Baggage compartment smoke protection
  • Fuel distribution
  • Indication
  • Refueling and defueling
Auxiliary Power Unit
  • APU starting and operation
  • APU indicating
  • Engine fuel system
  • Lubrication system
  • Ignition system
  • Pneumatic starting system
  • Controls and indicators
  • General and system description
  • Controls and indicators
Landing Gear And Brakes
  • Air/ground positioning system
  • Landing gear operation
  • Controls and indicators
  • Brakes
  • Nose wheel steering system
Flight Controls
  • Pitch control
  • Roll control
  • Yaw control
  • Gust lock system
  • Flap system
  • Spoiler system
Pneumatics, Air Conditioning And Pressurization
  • Pneumatic system
  • Air conditioning system
  • Pressurization system
  • Electronic bay cooling system
Ice And Rain Protection
  • Bleed air thermal anti-icing system
  • Windshield heating system
  • Windshield wiper system
  • Sensor heating system
  • Ice detection system
  • Flight crew oxygen
  • Passenger oxygen
  • Portable oxygen cylinder
  • Protective breathing equipment
Flight Instruments
  • Air data system
  • Radio altimeter system
  • Standby instruments
  • Clock
  • Flight data recorder system
Navigation And Communication
  • Radio management system
  • Tuning backup control head
  • Passenger address system
  • Communication controls and indicators
  • Cockpit voice recorder
  • Inertial reference system
  • VHF navigation system
  • Weather radar system
  • DME system
  • Transponder system
  • ADF system
  • GPS
  • Flight management system
  • Flight guidance system
  • Flight director lateral modes
  • Flight director vertical modes
  • Flight director go around mode
  • Controls and indicators

This course is an interactive multimedia presentation developed by infoWERK. You are purchasing a license to use this course for a period of (1) one year. During this time you may use and review the course from any internet-connected device by logging in with the username and password which will be auto-generated when you complete your purchase.

After your purchase of this infoWERK multimedia course, you will receive (3) three emails. The first will be your order receipt with the subject line "Thank you for your order" which contains your order details. The second (2) two emails will be from infoWERK; one with your username and a link to the course, the second with your password (these are sent separately for security). Each of these emails will occur within moments of completing your order, if you do not find these email messages, first check your spam folder. Please keep these emails in a safe place for your future reference.

When you first open the course you will notice a menu icon on the bottom left of the browser screen. This menu will allow you to quickly navigate to any chapter of the presentation at any time. However, we strongly recommend proceeding with each topic in the order presented.

A certificate of accomplishment becomes available to download upon completion of the course and passing the final exam. The course becomes complete upon completing all content and passing each chapter exam.

Sample InfoWERKs Certificate

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