AERO-Bildung Aviation Training Centre
From its origin as a provider for vocational training in all branches of aircraft / engine production and maintenance, AERO Bildung has expanded to take on an international and important roll in Aviation Maintenance Training.
AERO Bildung now includes the Aviation Training Center, formerly the Dornier Training Center, which has been providing aircraft maintenance training for more than 40 years. As a PART 147 Maintenance Training Organisation, the Aviation Training Center offers PART 66 Basic Training for all categories, as well as type taining for various aircraft.
AERO Bildung is located near Munich with a staff of around 40 technical instructors capable of performing the offered courses in house or at the customer’s facilities.
A part of our training is also available via internet as ‘blended learning’.
PART 66 Basic Training
The Aviation Training Center is the holder of a JAR 147 Maintenance Training Organisation Approval since 1999 that has been converted to a PART 147 Maintenance Training Organisation Approval as of 2004. This approval includes the following PART 66 categories for certifying staff:
- PART 66 Category A1, A2, A3, A4
- PART 66 Category B1.1, B1.2, B1.3, B1.4
- PART 66 Category B2
- PART 66 Category B3
For all categories AERO-Bidlung provides full courses, as well as reduced training with full examinations for general approval.
Modular training for single modules or license restrictions can be offered to satisfy individual requirements.
It is also possible to take PART 66 Full Examinations only (also at our Asian Training Centers).
PART 66 Type Training
Together with its partners the Aviation Training Center provides approved type training in theory and practice for the following aircraft:
- Boeing 737 Classic/NG
- Airbus A 319/320/321
- Dornier 328
- Dornier 228
- Dash 8 – 400
- EC 145 (T2)
- EC 135
For all types AERO-Bidlung offer approved training for both the mechanical (B1) and avionic (B2) Categories.
PART 66 Internet Training
PART 66 Category A and B1 is also available as PART 66 Web-Based-Training (WBT) via the Internet. These courses are provided as a modular combination of home based internet training and seminars at a PART 147 Maintenance Training Organisation.
Additional Training for (PART 145/M) Maintenance/Repair Organisation is also EASA approved and available via internet:
- Fuel Tank Safety
- Aviation Legislation
- Human Factors
- PART 21
- Composite Repair
All courses can also be conducted in classroom.
Avionic Simulators for Maintenance Training
The training of Avionic System Maintenance (e.g. PART 66 Cat B1/2) for classes with sizes up to 28 students (PART147) will become impossible if working on Aircraft. To overcome these problems Aero Bildung developed Training Simulators to be used in classrooms.
These simulators are based on real avionic systems and state-of-the-art test equipment whereas the aircraft environment is simulated. Up to 32 possible failures can be activated by the instructor and the students have access to signal measurement on line-, base and workshop level.
Each simulator has full stand-alone capability but can also be connected with the other simulators to form a full aircraft avionic scenario. All simulators are fail safe with no risk of destroying avionic systems (not like on aircraft).
The following simulators are available:
- Communication Systems Trainer
- Navigation Systems Trainer
- Pulse Systems Trainer
- Weather Radar System Trainer
- TCAS / Mode S Transponder System Trainer
- EFIS System Trainer
- AFCS System Trainer
- Instrument System Trainer
- Integrated Systems / Indication Trainer
Under the Dornier area AERO Bildung provided helicopter training mainly on the UH-1D ‘Huey’ Helicopter and the BO-105.
Both of these aircraft have meanwhile been decommissioned from the German Forces.
Today AERO Bildung provides more than 40% of all training on the CH-53 medium load helicopter. For this training the instructors are deployed to the German Airforce Technical School in Faßberg. Training and personal are integrated into the standard military program.
In the Future AERO Bildung looks forward to expanding their program to encompass back to the civilian market concentrating on modern helicopter. Soon we will be certified to work with the EC135 and EC145 C2 and D2 models.
Products and Services
AERO-Bildung Company Brochure
Aero Bildung was founded in 2002 and combines apprenticeship-based and qualification training departments with the Aviation Training Centre.
AERO-Bildung: Aviation Training Center, Oberpfaffenhofen
The Dornier Training Division, forerunner of Aero Bildung Training Center, was founded some 40 years ago, when increasingly sophisticated systems called for in-depth training for operators / pilots, maintenance technicians, and logistic personnel. The main training activities were based upon type training for the aircraft and products being produced by Dornier.
In February 2017 Aero Bildungs GmbH took over the ownership of Link & Learn GmbH, an internet company that provides aviation training.Read more