From Nov. 20 to Nov. 30, save $67 on Fundamentals of Aircraft Electronics I and $40 on Fundamentals of Aircraft Electronics II. These online courses are the essential guide to aircraft electronics associated with AET certification, for the student with little or no background in this field. These courses have been produced as a way to present the material covered in the companion textbook and workbook and provide a complete learning experience at home, at work, or in a school setting.
Aircraft fuel systems started with gravity systems that had only four parts. Now we have complex turbine engine systems with three types of pumps, several types of filters, a crossfeed system, pressure return lines, bottom pressure refueling with digital readouts, and all going into, or out of, several tanks at the same time.
Need an introduction to the basics of aircraft fuels, fuel system types, the components in the fuel system, and the basics of maintenance and inspection of the aircraft fuel systems? Get it with Avotek-Online’s newest course, Aircraft Fuel Systems.
With a total run time of 48 minutes, this program is presented in three lessons; Aircraft Fuel Basics, System Types and Components, and Inspection and Maintenance. Purchase Aircraft Fuel Systems on the here.
Avotek-Online has released Airframe Fire Protection Systems, an online course that introduces students to the systems responsible for small and large aircraft fire protection and extinguishing.
Because fire is one of the most dangerous threats to an aircraft, the potential fire zones of larger aircraft may be protected by fire protection and extinguishing systems. This program introduces the student to these systems as they may appear on both large and small aircraft. It examines several types of detection systems, the extinguishing agents commonly used, and the various delivery systems for these agents.
Airframe Fire Protection Systems runs for 44 minutes and is presented in two lessons:
- Fire Detection Systems
- Fire Extinguishing Systems
Airframe Fire Protection Systems is your next step toward state-of-the-art aviation maintenance training technology. Enroll in the course today!
Ice and rain present some of the most difficult conditions for aircraft to operate in. Ice and Rain Control Systems explores some of the most common systems in use to handle these weather phenomena. This program looks at the most popular methods used to prevent icing, remove accumulated ice and systems used to allow flight crews to better see what is ahead when operating in rainy conditions.
Condensed into twenty-five minutes, Ice and Rain Control Systems is the latest release in Avotek-Online’s Aircraft System Maintenance category. This category is designed to meet the FAA standard released in 2022. The material covers the curriculum requirements for the new Airman Certification Standards (ACS) and relates well to either the Avotek textbooks or the Federal Aviation Administration’s 8083 maintenance series.
Avotek-Online announces another addition to our Aircraft System Maintenance Category of aviation maintenance training programs. Cabin Environmental Systems provides an overview of the systems that are installed to provide passenger safety and comfort. These include Oxygen, Pressurization, Heating and Air Conditioning. With a total run time of 60 minutes, this program is divided into three easy-to-process lessons.
The Aircraft Systems Maintenance Category is designed to meet the requirements of the recently released Airman Certification Standards (ACS) for Mechanics, this material can be used to support a Part 147 curriculum, or any other aircraft maintenance education program.
Enroll in the Cabin Environmental Systems course today!
For a complete listing of available courses, go to www.avotek-online.com.