Bell 212/412 Training

Undertake Bell 212/412 type training approved under Part 147.

Why choose us for your Bell 212/412 Series training?
  • Attain a dual Bell 212/412 type rating in a single course
  • Instruction from experienced Bell 212/412 engineers
  • Practical experience on working aircraft
  • Training scenarios direct from the field
  • CASA and EASA approved


B1.3 Engine/Airframe

This engine/airframe type course runs for five weeks, with three weeks of theory and two weeks of practical on course training. Throughout the course, our experienced instructors take you through detailed real-world scenarios, ensuring you are competent with the unique maintenance requirements of the Bell 212/412 Series and PT6T-3, -6 and -9 Series engines. By the end of training, you will understand the evolution of this aircraft series and the similarities and differences between the serial numbers in the fleet. 

B2 Avionics

The B2 avionics type course runs for four weeks, with ten days of theory and ten days of practical on-course training. The Bell 212/412 Series has a number of unique avionics systems, including the HUMS, and we take the time in both theory and practical training to ensure you are competent in maintaining these systems. By the end of this course, you will understand the evolution of the Bell 212/412 Series and the similarities and differences between the serial numbers in the fleet.

B1.3 Exclusion Removal (E1, E4, E5)

This exclusion removal course is designed to allow you to remove the E1, E4 and E5 exclusions applied to the Bell 212 or Bell 412 type rating on your CASA B1.3 licence. In eight days, you will complete the subjects you need to lift these restrictions from your type rating.

Note: If it has been more than three years since you have completed a Bell 212 or Bell 412 type course, CASA will not remove the E1, E4 and E5 exclusions from the type rating on your licence unless you sit a full type course again or complete an exclusion removal course.

Refresher Training

Five or three-day courses for engineers who need to keep their licence current. The introduction of Part 145 regulations requires maintenance engineers to undertake refresher training every two years.

To ensure your training is more than a regulatory checkbox, we design our Bell 212/412 Series refresher courses to focus on current issues operators have been experiencing, revisit complex systems and review the latest SBs.


“Great course material with original, easy to read schematics and wiring diagrams that really benefit students understanding of systems. They go out of their way to make sure you have a clear understanding of the aircraft.

HeliTSA also provide a great social training atmosphere and always encourage asking questions. You would be hard pressed to find a better classroom environment or hands on practical type course anywhere else.”