SYSTEMS TRAINING

The Advanced Aircraft Systems program at NAA was designed with industry input and is the first NCATT approved curriculum. The program continues to develop new cutting edge opportunities for prospects. NAA is one of the first schools in North America and only the third in the nation to offer an advanced Airbus course for their specific aircraft, as provided by Airbus, and conducted by NAA. The A320 Base Maintenance Systems Training course covers airframe, engine and electrical elements in detail to ATA specification 104 Level 2 and Advanced Aircraft Systems Level 1. This additional material is included in the 7-month program. Students will learn a description of control and indicators, principal system components and servicing and minor troubleshooting procedures. Upon completion of the Airbus Systems Training Course students get another accolade on their résumé making them appealing to industry recruiters.

TRAINING COVERS:

  • Airframe
  • Engine
  • Advanced Aircraft Systems
  • Control and indicators
  • Principal system components and servicing
  • Minor troubleshooting procedures

ABOUT AIRBUS A320

  • Founding member of the Airbus single-aisle family
  • Seats 150 passengers in a two-class cabin
  • Easier troubleshooting and lower maintenance costs, along with Airbus’ fly-by-wire flight controls

A320 FACTS

  • Overall length – 123.261 ft.
  • Wing span – 111.87 ft.
  • Range – 3,790.36 mi.

AIRBUS TECHNOLOGY

The A320’s advanced technology includes the extensive use of weight-saving composites, an optimized wing that is 20 percent more efficient than previous designs, a centralized fault display for easier troubleshooting and lower maintenance costs, along with Airbus’ fly-by-wire flight controls.